As a consultant for Bontouch (http://www.bontouch.com), I've been part of helping credit card provider Eurocard (http://www.eurocard.se) with their new iOS app.
The large corner radiuses of the app is inspired from the credit card that this app will accompany. When you hit the login button, the main screen is flipped around to reveal the login page.
The login page itself resembles the physical credit card (platinum variant) and has a shine effect that is controlled by the accelerometer, giving the screen a subtle glimmer.
Props to Bontouch for a great implementation of the feature – I'd like to call it accelerometer controlled material simulation at its best. It's best seen live, so I recommend you download the app and try it out.
I uploaded a movie of the effect, but it's subtle and hard to capture on camera, however it might give you and idea of what it looks like.
Eurocard on the App Store:
10 months ago
I really want to see the glimmer and accelerometer working together in my hand — that should look amazing. The vid looks nice and natural.
@Jack Bingham It was really hard to capture the effect. Even in the hand it's subtle, but it gives a slight material feel to it.
Love the glimmer idea, will be sure to try it out.
Apple uses something similar for their music controls (on lock screen and in-app), it would be nice to have API's in the SDK for some way for developers to easily take advantage of accelerometer-based GUI modifications. Lots of nifty subtle possibilities.
I love little details like that. Great work, Max!
amazing metal effects~
@Newar Yeah, the sliders were the inspiration for the effect.
I can't download it in my country :(. Any chance at a screen recording of it? I'm really in love with these effects.
Very clever. Adds a touch of class to an otherwise plain page. Subtle effects make the biggest impact, imo.
@Max Rudberg @Newar I've open-sourced a recreation of the slider you guys are talking about. I recommend taking a look at it and see if it'll help inspire more of these controls https://github.com/mdznr/MTZTiltReflectionSlider
@Max Rudberg Oh, that glimmer effect is clever. Beautiful work.
Freaking cool Max!
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