Posts Tagged: Animation

Adobe reveals video collaboration, VR and animation updates for Creative Cloud

September 6, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Participation, Technology, Video

Adobe has a host of new features for its Creative Cloud video tools it’s debuting at IBC 2016 this week. The improvements include new team collaboration features, as well as new improvements to its VR video workflow, as well as updates to its beta Character Animator software. There are also performance improvements throughout, hopefully helping speed up your… Read more »

Apple’s live photos meet Google’s new app to make your photos less shaky and more awesome

June 8, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Participation, Social Media, Technology, Video

Apple’s Live Photos are, by design, something most people don’t really think about. You just take your still photos as you always would, and iOS automatically captures a bit of footage from before and after the photo was taken and turns it into a little animation. Sometimes these animations are amazing – little coincidental gems that you… Read more »

Google Brings Its Interactive, 360-Degree “Spotlight Stories” To YouTube

December 22, 2015   |   filed under Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Audio, Branding, Broadcast, Cellphone, Community, Cross-Platform, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Filmmaking, Game, Google, Instagram, Interaction, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Movie, New Media, Press Release, Remix Culture, Reviews, Short Film, Social Media, Social Video, Streaming, Technology, Tumblr, Twitter, Video, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, YouTube

Source: TechCrunch Google is bringing its Spotlight Stories – immersive, 360-degree animated videos meant to introduce a new form of storytelling – to YouTube. The first story to arrive is a holiday film called “Special Delivery,” from Wallace and Gromit, creators from Aardman Animations. Via the YouTube app, you can experience the interactive movie by moving your phone around… Read more »

Fans ‘Occupy Conan’ In Late Night Crowdsourcing Experiment

February 5, 2013   |   filed under Comedy, Crowdsourcing, Disruption, Participation, Television

Hundreds of ‘Team Coco’ fans submitted videos in a crowdsourced attempt to recreate an episode of the TBS late night talk show ‘Conan.’ Participants chose scenes from the previously aired original episode and acted them out using a variety of techniques. Entires included low and high end produced video, animations, puppetry and other creative forms…. Read more »