Sunseeker is a comprehensive solar tracking & compass app. It shows the sun’s hourly direction intervals, its equinox, winter & summer solstice paths, sunrise sunset times, twilight times, sun shadow, the golden hour & more. The app allows you to add sun-event notifications & has a widget showing the day’s solar data & position on an arc. The surveyor view shows the solar direction for each sunlight hour. Sunseeker has both a flat compass view & a 3D Augmented Reality (AR) view to show the solar position & path. The app is useful for - ▶ Photographers- to plan according to the golden hour or blue hour & optimal sunlight conditions, sunrise & sunset times & directions. ▶ Cinematographers- this sun tracker & sun surveyor enables you to find the sun exposure, directions, sun shadow & sunrise sunset times for any location. ▶ Real Estate Buyers- can use the app before buying a property to check the sun path & to find the sun exposure of properties. ▶ Drivers - Sunseeker lets you track the sun path & movement during the days & helps drivers know the sun position to find how long the car will remain in the shade at any given parking spot. ▶ Campers & Picnickers- for anyone planning a day out, Sunseeker app will help in finding where to camp, sit or pitch an umbrella depending on the sunlight & sun direction. ▶ Gardeners- Sun Seeker can also help with finding optimal planting locations & seasonal sunlight hours as a sun rise calendar ▶ Architects & Surveyors- for visualising the spatial variability of the solar angle throughout the year & using the compass app as a sun surveyor & calendar to determine the sunlight directions. Main Features * Sunseeker is a sun locator which uses GPS, magnetometer & gyroscope to find the correct solar position & sun path for your current location. * Flat compass view shows current solar position, diurnal solar angle & elevation (separated into day & night segments), sun shadow length ratio, atmospheric path thickness. * 3D augmented reality (AR) camera overlay view shows the sun's current position, its path with hour points marked. Check golden hour using this feature! * Camera view has an optional pointer to guide you towards the current location of the sun & help you with sun direction. * Map view shows solar direction arrows, sun path & elevations for each hour of the day. * Choose any date to view sun position & path on that day. You can view sunset & sunrise times for each day as well. * Choose any location on earth (includes 40,000+ cities or custom locations available offline, as well as a comprehensive online map search capability) * Get additional details including sun rise, sunset & culmination times, maximum elevation, civil, nautical & astronomical twilight times of the sun. * Optional device notifications for all manner of sun-related periods & events, such as golden hour or blue hour, various twilight & shadow periods, or sun at a given compass heading or above a given elevation. * This sun rise calendar app allows the user to include equinox, summer & winter solstice paths on both flat compass view & camera view. Sun Seeker app has been featured in numerous high-profile blogs, websites & publications, including Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Sydney Morning Herald etc. "Truly amazing", "Incredible", "Brilliant" - the most genuinely useful application of augmented reality - ever! Check out our YouTube video here: https://bit.ly/2Rf0CkO Simply search YouTube for "Sun Seeker app" to find many videos, websites & blogs created by our enthusiastic users FAQs * See https://bit.ly/2FIPJq2 - also easily accessible from the app's info screen Note * The compass accuracy depends on having an undistorted magnetic field around your device. If you use it close to metallic objects or electrical equipment, directional accuracy may be impaired. The device’s compass accuracy can be optimised by calibrating it prior to use. See app’s FAQs for more help.
Well thought out interface, works perfectly.
I just showed this app to my real estate buddy, and he says he will point the app at the window, and the app tells him what time of day to bring the client — because the sun will be coming through at that very time. And he says, he knows what time to come back to take pictures of the home for a real-estate listing, because he knows what time of day the sun will come through which window, absolutely amazing.
I have been using this app for years. It has save me days worth of work, trying to figure out when and where the sun will be.. the real world of you along with the sun charts allows you to know what time and where to be to put the sun behind a tree a building whatever your environment. Specifically for things like sunrise that you can’t see the trajectory of the sun until it’s already up, knowing the precise place where it will be coming from is an invaluable tool. I have recommended this app to anybody who is an environmental photographer even if it is not your main thing having access to this information, will save you an immense amount of time, just get it, seriously.
I love this ap. It lets me ‘scout’ a location virtually. I can tell immediately if the sun will be in the right direction for a shoot. I can also plan my photo shoot timing using the sun rise/set info along with the angles. I use this all the time and recommend it to others.
Can’t tell you how many times I’ve used for where to plant vegetables, gardening, when to safely allow gates for farm animals outside, etc…
Video recording of the screen allows a user to see the entire sun path without having to wonder where a single photo might have been taken from. By panning the camera in real time, it is easy to orient oneself and video recording offers this.
I find this app useful and fascinating.
Very handy for many things but I use it for photography. And just general “where is the sun going to come up” kinda situations
I use this all the time! It’s incredible!
This is a standard tool on the phone of every cinematographer and photographer in the country. if it’s not on your phone, you don’t work professionally.