dharatri urbanas project is a group of developers who have built an app that converts photos from an iPhone camera into video.
The app uses an iPhone’s camera and a smartphone camera to take pictures.
The photos are then used to render 3D objects on the iPhone’s screen, which can then be edited.
dharati urbans team also built an interactive app, called Photo-Mate, that converts photo images into video clips.
Photo-mate lets you watch video clips while you listen to audio from your iPhone, which is then converted into 3D audio files and played on a large display.
darish tahir said the app, which uses the new app, is already generating a lot of buzz, with over 1,000 downloads in its first 24 hours.
“We’ve been working on this project for a long time and it has been an absolute pleasure,” he said.
darth tahirs app is based on a technique called “deep neural network,” which is based off the idea that neural networks are able to recognize patterns in the real world, rather than just patterns in an image.
The idea behind neural networks is that they can learn from past data, and can do so by learning from past events.
The technique can also be used to identify patterns in objects.
daryush tahira, dharathi urbani, darika uma, darth urbanyan, dasun mahal, dhanum prabhu, krishnath uma and dharan murugan are all part of the dharatis team.
The team is currently in the process of making their app available to the public.
The project has also attracted attention from other developers, who have also created apps using dharats method.
This week, the team released a video about their project, called dharatan urbanya, which has over one million views on YouTube.
The video also features video clips from the app.
daran saheb, the project’s creator, told Quartz that the app was created with a single aim: to create an iPhone and iPad app.
He added that the idea for the app came from his personal experience of spending two months with an iPhone.
darshan sahebh said he hopes that the project will attract developers to the project.
“It’s not that the concept was invented by a few people,” he told Quartz.
“It was a very clear idea and it was created by us.”