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2010

Clixtr - The Ultimate Social Camera

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Create your event and add photos from iPhone or Web. Invite friends to share photos and collaborate. Event photos from everyone, all in one place.

Clixtr, red social para compartir tus fotos a cada momento

Clixtr, red social para compartir tus fotos a cada momento * Un vistazo a lo más personal de las disputas entre Google y Apple * Portada 0 comentarios Salva Castro 14 de marzo de 2010 ClixtrClixtr permite subir tus fotografías a la nube directamente, conviertiendo tu móvil en lo que según sus desarrolladores podría considerarse “una cámara social”. La idea tras Clixtr es simple, compartir imágenes basadas en el lugar en el que fueron tomadas usando las posibilidades de geolocalización de su aplicación para móviles, que de momento sólo cuenta con versión para iPhone. Así las fotos quedan organizadas en albumes y eventos que conviven en un mismo lugar y que podemos ver y consultar a través de la misma aplicación o bien en el sitio web de Clixtr. Lo interesante es que otros usuarios que estén en ese mismo lugar pueden contribuir y subir más fotografías y comentar en las que ya se han publicado. Además cada vez que subamos una foto al servicio ésta quedará compartida con las personas que en ese momento estén cerca del evento en cuestión. La clave para que un servicio de este tipo triunfe es sin duda el número de usuarios que lo usen, así que de momento Clixtr permanece como aplicación y servicio web gratuitos, así que si tenéis un iPhone y queréis probarlo, podéis hacerlo sin problema. Esperamos que más adelante lancen otras aplicaciones para Android, Blackberry o Symbian para abrir un poco más el target de usuarios al servicio. Vía | AppAdvice Sitio Oficial | Clixtr

Tabblo

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Welcome to Tabblo A place to create stories with your photos Tabblo is a community of people passionate about rich content-creation tools for turning their photos and words into shareable online stories. Come in and browse Tabblos that will amaze, amuse and delight you. Or, make one of your own. What's your story?

2009

Imotion Imagens

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Freevo Media Centre | Home Theatre Platform HTPC & PVR

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About Freevo Imagine a world where the tv guide is liquid, where the time slots are organised to suit your schedule. Imagine a place you can store all of your music, movies and photos for you and your family to enjoy. Imagine having access to all your games, podcasts, upto the minute weather and news reports. Imagine doing all of this for free. What a wonderful world that would be... Freevo is an open source HTPC media centre software integrating PVR / DVR funtionality along with music, video, gaming, home automation and more. It is written in python and uses existing popular software such as mplayer, xine and vlc. Primarily aimed at the Linux platform it is also possible to run on OSX and for the determined on Windows. It is the main mythtv alternative.

Cooliris | Discover More

The Cooliris 3D Wall Your infinite and interactive wall provides a lightning fast and visually stunning way to view photos and videos across the Web and your desktop Linux Support Cooliris now works on Linux! There's never been an easier and more stunning way to browse photos and videos on Linux..

2008

Cheese - Tour

Cheese is an program for the Gnome Desktop which allows you to take photos, videos, and anything else you can think of with your webcam. Just start it up and shoot! Gather all of your friends around, have some fun! Share your taken photos and videos with 'em!

Cheese

What is Cheese? Cheese uses your webcam to take photos and videos, applies fancy special effects and lets you share the fun with others. It was written as part of Google's 2007 Summer of Code lead by daniel g. siegel and mentored by Raphaël Slinckx, and has most of the classical photo booth features after a bare couple of months of development. Under the hood, Cheese uses GStreamer to apply fancy effects to photos and videos. After a success of the Summer of Code, the development continued and we still are looking for people with nice ideas and patches ;