Pixel is Data 4+

Escape. Make art‪.‬

Matthieu Savary

Conçue pour iPhone

    • 4,4 • 24 notes
    • Gratuit

Captures d’écran d’iPhone


Reality is probably overrated. Art is not. Discover the Pixel is Data creative apps series for the iPhone and the Mac and make unexpected pixel art based on your photos.

What if pixels weren't necessarily supposed to look like little squares and sit in the so-called "right order"? What if what we call "real", "true", "figurative" images were not the only way our World can be represented? What if photographic data was just... data? What if it could be reinterpreted?

Select a preset and/or set your own parameters, give the app a photo to process and bang, you've got art. Find out more on Instagram at @pixelisdata and by searching for #pixelisdata.

Discover the other iOS and Mac apps at http://pixelisdata.org.

Pixel is Data was featured on Fast Company: "Create Amazing Pixel Art With This Free iPhone App" > http://www.fastcodesign.com/1672576/create-amazing-pixel-art-with-this-free-iphone-app

And featured on CreativeApplications.net: "‘Pixel is Data’ by Matthieu Savary reorders pixels in your photos" > http://www.creativeapplications.net/cinder/pixel-is-data-by-matthieu-savary-reorders-pixels-in-your-photos/

And in Andrew Richardson's "Data-driven graphic design" book > http://www.bloomsbury.com/cw/data-driven-graphic-design/

Also discover a lot of nice comments on the App Store, such as:

"Love it
This app is pretty awesome. If you like creating glitch art type stuff then get this app, it's a lot of fun to mess around with. Great job."
by BinaryxSunset - Version 2.24 - 03/06/2016

"Unique like mini pieces of art […] Very unique photography idea!"
by Katherine717 - Version 2.24 - Sep 8, 2015

"It's Simple, Random Fun […] This is what I consider a novelty app"
by Deeashley - Version 2.2 - Aug 19, 2015

"Surprisingly impressive!"
by MadameBerry - Version 2.0 - Feb 16, 2015

"I want to give it six stars"
by Long words - Version 2.0 - Dec 10, 2014

"Very impressed"
by 4637bob - Version 2.0 - Dec 2, 2014

#PixelArt #RealityIsOverrated #GoMakeArt #PixelisData


Version 3.2.2

• fixed major bug with the high resolution rendering that happened when changing pixel density (oops)
• fixed some UI glitches on iPhone X
• better wording here and there
• still completely free!

Notes et avis

4,4 sur 5
24 notes

24 notes

BakerBrite ,

A+ BUT doesnt save as hi-res WUT??

It continues to blow my mind that some devs *still* neglect to see (the what should be obvious) dire need for a high resolution final export.

It's the first functionality I check for when testing photo & video editing applications. Because, if the final image isn't hi-res, I have ZERO use for the app or service. Which then of course is immediately removed from my device.

It's an easy integration & tbh, you could even charge a one time fee for it and people would pay. I know I would.

C'mon, git it.

Synthsncats ,

Lots of potential

This a nice pixel rendering app I’ve used off and on when my creativity flame itches, but I think the recent updates have broken my saved preferences. Photos render skewed to the right when it shouldn’t. Another improvement I’d like to see is more rendering parameters. Maybe adjusting the parameters could render the image in real time? Overall a good app to spend some time with and getting creative.

Réponse du développeur ,

Hi, thanks for your feedback! Would you be so kind to send us an example of the issue you’re experiencing at hello@pixelisdata.org, as well as the precise versions of your iPhone and iOS install?

Deeashley ,

It's Simple, Random Fun

Yes, it's another glitch app, but the results are unique from the others, and I like the simple-yet-adjustable nature of the effects. It does take quite a while to process if you adjust certain sliders in certain ways (6 plus). This is what I consider a novelty app - one of those just-for-fun apps I can go to when I'm sick of editing photos and just want the app to do all the work and to make cool stuff with my photos for me. It's worth a buck or two.

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