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  • YouTurn Is Like Hyperlapse With Benefits

    YouTurn Is Like Hyperlapse With Benefits

    YouTurn is probably wincing that I compare their app to the extremely popular Hyperlapse. In my defense, there are similarities that simply must be noted — primarily that the app creates super-fast videos of events. However, YouTurn, who is showing their concept on the floor at TechCrunch Disrupt, has a slightly different angle and it revolves around taking road trips in your car and… Read More

  • GoPro Fetch Review: You Will Envy Your Dog’s Work/Life Balance

    GoPro Fetch Review: You Will Envy Your Dog’s Work/Life Balance

    For you today, we have a video a little over six minutes long of a dog experiencing a happiness more pure than you or I will ever know. Please enjoy. Seriously, though, this footage caught using the new GoPro Fetch mount for canines during a holiday weekend cottage trip was only one small part of a much longer series that kept me and my family entertained for far, far too long. I’ve… Read More

  • Instagram Pulls Back The Curtain On The Engineering Magic Behind Hyperlapse

    Instagram Pulls Back The Curtain On The Engineering Magic Behind Hyperlapse

    Instagram has posted a new update to its Engineering blog, revealing some of the neat tricks and tech advances employed to make its new Hyperlapse app work as well as it does. For those unfamiliar with the new app, which came out yesterday, it’s an iOS-only (for now) title that allows users to shoot high-quality timelapse video, with advanced image stabilization that makes clips… Read More

  • Bublcam 360 Degree Spherical Camera

    Hands-On With Bublcam’s Spherical Video Camera

    We had Bublcam CEO Sean Ramsay stop by the office to show off the current version of the device, which is available for preorder for $579. In our demo, we used the Bublcam to stream a live video, take a selfie, and record footage from around the office. Operating the camera with one button is easy once you know how long you need to press it for each function, and the color-changing LEDs let… Read More

  • Instagram’s New Hyperlapse App Makes Mobile Timelapse And Steady Video Capture Easy

    Instagram’s New Hyperlapse App Makes Mobile Timelapse And Steady Video Capture Easy

    Instagram is building new apps that aim to do more with mobile photography, and today they’re launching Hyperlapse (via Wired), which allows you to make timelapse videos using standard video captured with your smartphone camera on the fly. The Hyperlapse app launch closely follows the international launch of Bolt, Instagram’s Snapchat-style photo sharing app, but this one looks like… Read More

  • Wibbitz Update Brings A Natural Voice To Its Video News Summaries

    Wibbitz Update Brings A Natural Voice To Its Video News Summaries

    Version 3.0 of Wibbitz’s mobile app launches today, and after a few days of use I can say that the company is doing a good job of steadily moving its app towards what I would consider the ideal version of its concept. Read More

  • New Microsoft Project Turns Boring First-Person Videos Into Awesome Hyperlapses

    New Microsoft Project Turns Boring First-Person Videos Into Awesome Hyperlapses

    There’s barely a mountain biker, climber, skydiver or skier left who doesn’t have a GoPro camera attached to his helmet. Nobody really wants to sit through an hour of video of you heading up and down the slopes, however. You could just speed these videos up, but then they become completely unwatchable. Thanks to a new Microsoft Research project, however, you may soon be able to… Read More

  • Vine Competitor Groopie Lets Vloggers Create TV-Style Shows Together

    Vine Competitor Groopie Lets Vloggers Create TV-Style Shows Together

    YouTube stars are more popular among today’s U.S. teens than Hollywood celebs, a recent study found. Hoping to capitalize on this trend, a new social video network called Groopie has just launched on iPhone, allowing the next generation of vloggers to record video shows with friends, which may include both scripted and unscripted content. The L.A. and San Francisco-based startup… Read More

  • Remote Control Your Friends With Video App Sup

    Remote Control Your Friends With Video App Sup

    “It makes what’s on Snapchat look old”. That’s the glowing review one teen gave Sup, a new app that lets you video stream your life to a friend 10-seconds at a time. But the hook is that they tell you what direction to turn or walk, morphing you into a video game they’re playing. Built by the fled founders of Yahoo acquisitions Stamped and Milewise, and backed… Read More

  • Squishy, Lego-Like Blocks Could Build The Robots Of The Future

    Squishy, Lego-Like Blocks Could Build The Robots Of The Future

    Imagine a biomimetic robot that can inflate itself, bend at odd angles, and channel liquids through itself in any direction. That’s what scientists at Harvard University have created. By using squishy little Lego blocks with channels built-in, a team at Harvard has created robots can move like slugs or snakes. For example, when you close the channels the robots expand and move and when… Read More