Posts Categorized: Interaction

Slidebox brings its photo management app to Android

April 11, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Community, Interaction, Social Media, Technology

A new application called Slidebox aims to help Android users clean up their photo library by swiping to delete unwanted photos, as well as use other tools to more easily organize photos into albums. It’s sort of like a “Tinder for Photos” with a few extra features, in fact. The app is now one of many utilities arriving to address a longtime… Read more »

Facebook adds video search to combat original content sharing decline

April 8, 2016   |   filed under Community, Interaction, Social Media, Technology

Facebook is desperate to get you to watch original videos. They’re all over the feed – yesterday it launched a dedicated video browsing hub, and now it’s announcing a video search engine. It’s also baking Live videos into its Trends in search, and will show when there’s a Live video broadcasting related to one of its Trending… Read more »

Rapchat Makes Me The Rapper I Always Knew I Was

April 7, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Conversation, Culture, Interaction, Music, Social Media, Technology, Video

  Rapchat, an app that allows the user to pick a beat, rap, and easily share, is taking over.  Once the rap is created,  others may comment, and  “like”, which has the potential to send the Rapchat artist to trend on the charts.  The raps can be shared internally on Rapchat, or on other social platforms including… Read more »

This New App Lets You Express Your Feelings With Video Memes, Not GIFs

April 6, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Community, Conversation, Culture, Interaction, Participation, Social Media, Technology, Video

  “A Video Meme App”, allows the user to select a short video clip from over 5,000 clips, and add their own caption, making for more fun, interactive conversation. They can then share their video clips to iMessage, Messenger, Facebook, Twitter, Slack, GroupMe, among many more.  It is available (for free) in the app store…. Read more »

VR as a Social Tool – Not just an Escape

April 4, 2016   |   filed under Community, Conversation, Culture, Interaction, Participation, Technology

The world of VR is moving closer to integration into our own everyday, and although it may seem scary to a good deal of us, it’s not necessarily something to be afraid of. VR’s immersive potential is, of course, its most compelling feature. However, total immersion can also be isolating—not just for the person in the headset,… Read more »

Mission 360 is a VOD platform for Yoga, Meditation, Fitness Classes

March 31, 2016   |   filed under Community, Conversation, Culture, Interaction, Participation, Technology, Video

Mission 360 is a fitness platform, offering video workouts which include fitness courses, yoga, meditation, and pilates.  Additionally, users can set up workouts with virtual, trained coaches/ professionals. The cost varies between $30 – $250, depending on the length of the session and the professional experience of one’s coach.  The professionals include crystal healers, nutritionists,… Read more »

A Rant About Why Snapchat 2.0 Is No Disappearing Teen Fad

March 30, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Community, Conversation, Culture, Interaction, Participation, Social Media, Technology, Video

Though Snapchat began as temporary pictures/messages (risqué or not), it has blossomed into an entirely new platform of communication with it’s new update.  The new update now includes auto-advance (the user selects one story, and the succeeding stories will play automatically), Stickers which adjust to conversation (After typing, applicable stickers to what the user just typed… Read more »

The future of Interactive Music is Here, Courtesy of Jeff Buckley

March 29, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Community, Conversation, Culture, Interaction, Music, Participation, Social Media, Technology, Video

Jeff Buckley’s new video allows the listener to change up the animation on the fly.  As exciting as that is, there is more.  About 15 seconds into Buckley’s new music video, it is possible for the viewer to create a remix as the video plays.  Additionally, the viewer can strip the song down to Buckley’s… Read more »

Netflix Party lets long distance friends watch together

March 28, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Community, Conversation, Interaction, Participation, Technology, Video

Say goodbye to the countless hours of the night binge-watching your favorite shows alone, that wonderful experience can now be shared with friends. Netflix Party, a chrome extension that lets viewers sync their Netflix viewing session across time and space, and adds a group chat sidebar for good measure has entered the market. Remember Xbox Live’s… Read more »

This new Star Wars virtual reality experiment looks beautiful and insane

March 25, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Community, Interaction, Participation, Technology, Video

Late last year, Industrial Light and Magic, Skywalker Sound declared they were working together to create the ILM Experience Lab.  The duo’s focus would be bringing the magic of Star Wars to virtual reality.  Very little has been released regarding the project, except that it is built for the HTC VIVE.  The Vive has extremely… Read more »