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18 January 2015 17:00

Be My Eyes ~ Lend Your Eyes to the Blind

by gregg
Be My Eyes is an app that connects blind people with volunteer helpers from around the world via live video chat. Download now and start helping blind people see.

16 January 2015 13:30

Hello, Resolven Apps

by sbrothier (via)
GIF Brewery is a Mac OS X application that lets you convert brief clips from your video files into GIFs. No longer must you extract frames from your movies and fiddle with layers in Adobe® Photoshop®. Instead, let GIF Brewery do all the tedious work for you. In addition, GIF Brewery contains plenty of other features to express your creativity.

15 January 2015 14:45

Be My Eyes ~ Lend Your Eyes to the Blind

by Krome
Be My Eyes is an app that connects blind people with volunteer helpers from around the world via live video chat.

13 January 2015 21:30

13 January 2015 13:00

Media Mogul (HTML5 Audio/Video) | Drupal.org

by 84GHz
Media Mogul serves to be a front end HTML 5 media feature package. Allowing you to get up and running with audio, video and itunes podcasting with click or two.

13 January 2015 11:00

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26 November 2014 18:30

A History of Ideas: Animated Videos Explain Theories of Simone de Beauvoir, Edmund Burke & Other Philosophers | Open Culture

by sbrothier
The UK’s Open University has become a dependable source of very short, online video introductions to all sorts of things, from weighty subjects like religion, economics, and literary theory to lighter, but no less interesting fare like the art and science of bike design. With breezy tone and serious intent, their animated “60-Second Adventures” make seemingly arcane academic ideas accessible to laypeople with no prior background. Now they’ve teamed up with writer and BBC broadcaster Melvyn Bragg of In Our Time fame for a series of video shorts that run just a little over 60 seconds each, with animations by Andrew Park of Cogni+ive, and narration by comedic actor Harry Shearer from Spinal Tap, The Simpsons, and, most recently, Nixon’s the One.

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