It works like an automatic shutter button, snapping a picture whenever you hold still. Google seems to understand the need for revolutionary apps to come onboard and make our experience better.
All three applications are free to download, and you can find them on Apple Store and Play Store.
The Google Phone app for Android devices has a new update that will be very useful to global travelers.
These new apps will be relying on various technologies which Google is now working on, including person and object recognition, stylization algorithms, and advanced image encoding/decoding solutions.
What do experimental technologies denote, you may ask?
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Google is testing these technologies to cater to the upcoming phones that will feature powerful hardware and computer vision algorithms.
Selfissimo! is an "appsperiment" that relies on technologies under active research at Google, so its performance may vary depending on your device.
Storyboard makes video clips and automatically generates six frames which it assembles out in a comic book-style template. Simply shoot a video and load it in Storyboard.
Google says there are 1.6 trillion possible layouts.
Selfissimo is an iOS and Android offering that is basically and automated selfie photographer that takes a black-and-white image each time you pose. The app will take a photo each time you change poses or move the phone slightly to trigger the next photo. Once you are done with the photo shoot, you can tap the screen to end the session and save an individual photo or the entire shoot.
Scrubbies is an iOS only app that lets you play around with the speed and direction of video playback by literally scrubbing at your screen, to create video loops from videos shot using the app. One can shoot a video and then remix it by scratching it like a DJ. You could summarize an event just by recording one video, rather than remembering to take gobs of photos.