Google Creative Lab, the development team behind the Photowall for Chromecast application, has just released three new experimental apps to the Google Play Store for free. None of these apps are extremely functional, though they still provide a fun look at what’s possible with some of Google’s technologies.
First on the list is an app called Landmarker, which aims to turn your orientation into an interface by showing you major destinations around you. Once you start spinning your device around, the app will show you where key landmarks and destinations are located, and you can open any location in Google Maps if you’d like to get a better view. Take a look at the screenshots above to get a brief look at the app’s interface.
Next up is an app called Tunnel Vision that lets you heavily distort video by using different filters. Each filter can be pinched or panned to alter your perception, which actually looks pretty neat in some cases.
Last up is Lip Swap, which is probably the most fun of the bunch. This app lets you take any photo, scribble out the area that you’d like to remove, and swap out other peoples’ mouths, eyes, or any other features and replace them with your own. You can also record a video of your movements and share it with whomever you’d like.