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Vyclone – friends, cameras, action

Vyclone – friends, cameras, action
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Google Traduction • Text translation: Translate between 108 languages by typing• Tap to Translate: Copy text in any app and tap the Google Translate icon to translate (all languages)• Offline: Translate with no internet connection (59 languages)• Instant camera translation: Translate text in images instantly by just pointing your camera (94 languages)• Photos: Take or import photos for higher quality translations (90 languages)• Conversations: Translate bilingual conversations on the fly (70 languages)• Handwriting: Draw text characters instead of typing (96 languages)• Phrasebook: Star and save translated words and phrases for future reference (all languages)• Cross-device syncing: Login to sync phrasebook between app and desktop• Transcribe: Continuously translate someone speaking a different language in near real-time (8 languages) *Note: The app may be used even if optional permissions are not granted.

Documenta GoPro Hero 3 Black Super One Button Mode for GoPro Hero 3 Black cameras For use with the Controllers The Time Lapse Controller, Programmable Scheduler and Motion Detector products for the GoPro Hero 3 Black cameras are designed to turn on the camera automatically for time lapse photography or under the control of an external trigger. When the camera turns on, Super One Button Mode scripts can be executed to carry out one or more functions. The free Super One Button Mode scripts identified H3B only work with the Hero 3 Black camera and requires firmware version HD3.03.03.00, released July 29, 2013. There is a real possibility that a future GoPro firmware release will cause the scripts available on this page to not work. The scripts noted H3+B for the Hero 3+ Black have been tested with the Hero 3+ Black firmware HD3.11.01.00, released with cameras manufactured in August and September, 2013, HD3.11.01.04, as shipped in November, 2013, and HD3.11.02.00, as shipped in March, 2014. Check camera firmware version

Escort Berlin / Frankfurt - Private Models, Escortgirls - 7 funcionalidades nuevas que has pasado por alto en YouTube Desde el momento que Google adquirió YouTube, la empresa no ha parado de introducir nuevas funcionalidades para la edición y producción de vídeos que ayudan incluso al usuario más amateur a crear vídeos profesionales. Desarrollar competencias digitales para la creación de vídeos es cada vez más importante para facilitar un aprendizaje visual, dinámico e interactivo. Gracias al uso extendido de los dispositivos móviles ahora es técnicamente fácil y relativamente económico la grabación de vídeos por parte del profesor. La creación de vídeos permite dejar de repetir oralmente los mismos contenidos año tras año en el aula. El profesor puede invertir tiempo para narrar y diseñar la mejor explicación de un tema, aprovechando y combinando recursos multimedia propios o que se encuentran en Internet con licencia de Creative Commons, y guardarlo en vídeo. 1. El editor te permite adicionalmente recortar fragmentos del vídeo y añadir transiciones y texto. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Entradas Relacionadas:

Aussie photographers make bullet-time light-painting video You may have seen plenty of examples of The Matrix-style bullet-time videos, which can provide a unique photographic view of the passing of time. Splice Boys is an Australian collective made up of photographers and film-makers Tom Brandon and Richard Kendall. Together, they have created this stunning example of bullet time, but involving light painting and a rig consisting of 96 digital SLRs. Painting with light and strobe bullet time from Richard Kendall on Vimeo. The whole kit has a custom-made rigging and triggering system. According to Splice Boys, the exposure time was just long enough to allow them to illustrate with their light sources, including torches, sparklers, laptop screens and LEDs. Splice Boys first came together in January 2012 to work on a Land Rover campaign with Black and Cameron Productions, where they took the rig around China, shooting everything from stills, film, time lapse and lenticular 3D photography. (Credit: Jaemin Kim) (Credit: Splice Boys)

Ohlala, le Uber du sexe tarifé, débarque à Berlin Pas encore remis du leak d’Ashley Madison, le site d’adultère dont les données d’utilisateurs ont été hackées ? Pourtant, un nouveau site consacré au sexe va probablement créer la controverse à son tour. Il s’agit d’Ohlala, la “première app de rencontres payantes”. A première vue, Ohlala arbore une interface minimaliste qui rappelle fortement celle de Tinder, Happn et consorts. Mas ici, pas d’ambiguïté : il n’est pas question de fonder une famille, mais purement et simplement de sexe. Pour Pia Poppenreiter, à la tête de cette startup, citée par la RTBF,“l’idée est de laisser le choix aux femmes de monnayer leurs charmes tout en éliminant les intermédiaires potentiels, les obligations d’agenda et tous les autres risques et contraintes avec lesquels une escort doit compter”. Peppr, la vraie première appli de prostitution D’ailleurs, la femme d’affaires berlinoise n’en est pas à son premier projet d’appli de rencontres tarifées. On efface tout et on recommence “Au revoir Peppr.

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Land Rover in 360-degree bullet time This seamless 360-degree bullet-time video for Land Rover shows the technique at its best. (Screenshot by CBSi) Last year, we were wowed by this demonstration of light-painting captured in bullet-time photography. The Australian duo behind the creation, Splice Boys, have just unveiled their latest work. A bullet-time rig consists of a number of SLRs hooked up together to simultaneously capture the same photo from different perspectives. Unlike other 360-degree rigs, which show the other cameras in the finished sequence, the Splice Boys were able to come up with a clever way of getting around this technicality. You can read more about the Splice Boys' technique in our interview. Splice Boys Directed - Land Rover TVC + Making Of from Richard Kendall on Vimeo.

1 Second Everyday on the App Store PowToon, free business presentation software animated video maker and PowerPoint alternative Check Out the Snapdragon Booth: A 130-Smartphone Matrix-Style Bullet Time Rig In an attempt to show off just how powerful its Snapdragon 600 processors are, Qualcomm decided to go all Matrix on the people of Venice, CA and New York City. They did this by putting together an impressive 130-smartphone 540° bullet time photo booth using only HTC One smartphones. They call it the Snapdragon Booth, and like any photo booth, after it was set up it was just a matter of time before volunteers started using it. The video at the top shows some of the shenanigans the Qualcomm folks got up to in Venice, CA. And much of what didn’t make the video did make it onto the Snapdragon Booth website where the 540-degree bullet-time footage was turned into GIFs for your viewing pleasure. Admittedly, the results are a tiny bit shakier than what we’re used to seeing from, say, a GoPro or DSLR rig. To find out more about the booth, see more pictures, and browse all of those animated GIFs we told you about, head over to the Snapdragon Booth website by clicking here. (via PopPhoto)