ORKImageCaptureStep Class Reference
|Inherits from||ORKStep : NSObject|
ORKImageCaptureStep class represents a step that captures an image through the device
camera. A template image can optionally be laid over the camera preview to assist in properly
capturing the image.
If implementing an image capture task like this one, remember that people will take your instructions literally. So be cautious. Make sure your template image is high contrast and very visible against a variety of backgrounds.
An image to be displayed over the camera preview.
@property (nonatomic, strong) UIImage *templateImage
The image is stretched to fit the available space while retaining its aspect ratio. When choosing a size for this asset, be sure to take into account the variations in device form factors.
Insets to be used in positioning and sizing the
@property (nonatomic) UIEdgeInsets templateImageInsets
The insets are interpreted as percentages relative to the preview frame size. The left and right insets are relative to the width of the preview frame. The top and bottom insets are relative to the height of the preview frame.
An accessibility hint of the capture preview.
@property (nonatomic, copy) NSString *accessibilityInstructions
This property can be used to specify accessible instructions for capturing the image. The
use of this property can assist when the
templateImage may not be visible
to the user.
For example, if you want to capture an image of the user’s right hand, you may use a template image that displays the outline of the right hand. You may also want to set this property to a string such as @“Extend your right hand, palm side down, one foot from your device. Tap the Capture Image button, or two finger tap on the preview, to capture an image of your extended right hand.”
An accessibility hint of the capture button.
@property (nonatomic, copy) NSString *accessibilityHint