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article An iPhone app lets you turn the iPhone into a handheld video projector by turning off the light source and turning on the LED light bulb in the center of the screen.
The app, called Flashlight, comes with a guide that explains how to use the app and how to turn it on.
The flashlight is also available on the Apple App Store for $1.99.
Flashlight’s creator, Alex J. Wylie, said in an email that his app uses a small battery that charges the phone when it’s in the “on” position.
“The flashlight only works in the ‘on’ position,” Wylies wrote.
He said the app is intended for people who have a very dim home or office lighting situation.
If you use the flashlight in the middle of the night or in a dark room, the light won’t work.
The light is supposed to dim in 10 to 15 seconds.
The flashlight works by displaying a series of alternating red, green and blue lights.
It takes a picture every time the light is turned on.
It has no controls.
Wylies said his app will also show you a video when the light turns on.
That video will be the same size as the image on the screen, he wrote.
Wypi Wypczyk of Portland, Ore., said she likes the flashlight because it allows her to get some creative with her home video projects.
She said she sometimes takes the app out to her neighbors’ houses to set up her projector, because she doesn’t want to go through the trouble of lighting up a lot of lights at once.
Wymczyk said she tries to avoid using too much power because she wants the lights to be bright enough so that people don’t have to wait in line to see them.
I’m pretty sure it will get used for some good stuff, she said.
A few months ago, Wypkiewicz set up a camera and projector at her home.
But she said it wasn’t until recently that she had enough power to use it.
After Wypcek’s first attempt at a home video project, she had trouble finding a projector that was smaller and more compact.
But Wypczzyk said the lights are much brighter and can be more effective if the home is dark.
“The idea is to have it on and off in 10-15 seconds,” she said in a video.
“And I’m not sure how that will go, but I do think it will make a big difference.”
If you can’t see Flashlight’s instructions, you can watch a video of Wypcizyk setting up the project here.