Posts Tagged: photos

Tumblr brings Apple’s Live Photos to the web

September 20, 2016   |   filed under Uncategorized

Tumblr today is bringing Live Photos to the web version of its service, while also rolling out tools that will allow other web developers to do the same. The company has released an open source JavaScript library it calls “Laphs” – or Live Anywhere Photos – which lets you support Live Photos on any website. To activate a Live… Read more »

Facebook unlocks tilt-viewing of your panoramas with “360 Photos”

June 10, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Community, Culture, Interaction, Participation, Social Media, Technology

No more frustrating zoom-in/zoom-out. Facebook finally made a modern way to view panoramas and VR photos with your phone. Its new feature “360 Photos” rolls out tomorrow on iOS, Android, web, and Gear VR, and it will democratize creation of 360 and VR content. You can see Mark Zuckerberg’s example here from the top of One World Trade Center…. 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 »

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 »

Face2Face instantly edits videos to make it look like you’re saying something you’re not

March 21, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Community, Interaction, Technology, Video

The era of photoshop has just become a little scarier. In recent years, assuming a photo is doctored has become the norm – the default unless proven otherwise. We only had to worry about seeing the mistakes in photos, but now with the work of students on the project, Face2Face, videos are coming under fire as… Read more »