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How To Make Online TV and Broadcast Video with an iPad and Switcher Software

January 15, 2016

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There is a lot of talk about video opportunities for mobile and websites, particularly when it comes to product demonstrations or ‘how to’ videos. Surprisingly, one of the best ways to achieve great results is to use an iPad and a broadcast app. Anyone can teach themselves how to create stunning product videos or ‘how […]

Meerkat Takes SXSW by Storm, Openshot for Linux and Intel’s Education Hub

March 24, 2015

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This year’s hottest new mobile app is called Meerkat and it promises to turn live broadcast video on its head. South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas was taken by storm this year by a video live streaming app Meerkat looking to turn the world of mobile video and live broadcast on its head. Viral […]

Sarajevo Stories: We Are Bosnia

November 11, 2014

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Haris Pamuk, 26, is a tour guide and hostel owner in Sarajevo. Having experienced the excesses of the Bosnian war for independence from Yugoslavia he knows the struggle for freedom and right of expression in the country is far from over. Bosnia and Herzegovina is suffering industrially and economically from a lack of investment and […]

Blu: epic stop motion animation and street canvases

September 13, 2014

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Stop motion animation is the driving force behind the career of British animator Nick Park and his Oscar-winning Aardman Animations. It is also one of the easiest forms of animation to learn and an excellent way to teach people about the craft. Aardman used ‘claymation’ and modelling clay to tell its stories about Wallace and […]

Cinehacking with CultureLab and exploring space

May 19, 2014

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Maker Faire 2014 shed some light on the world of cinehacking: building your own equipment to create cinematic video. University of Newcastle’s CultureLab team talked about their Cinehack movement and WeLove Digital catalogued some incredible photography and film-making techniques. Maker Faire is an annual event to celebrate maker culture at Newcastle’s Centre For Life. This […]

Google ATAP drives for sleek eco-modular phones with Project Ara

April 9, 2014

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Google¬†has been working on a modular phone concept called Project Ara since October 2013. Ara is modular phone hardware and the idea is to begin with a structural frame that the user plugs different smart modules into, such as display, keyboard or extra batteries. Users will then be able to replace broken modules or upgrade […]

Choice in the optical wearable technology market: Google Glass alternatives

March 5, 2014

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Wearable technology will be the next big mobile gadget explosion but many people may not be aware of the competitors to Google Glass. There are a multitude of companies producing headsets for the tech savvy professional, not all with video recording capability, but some of the options available in interactive eyewear are intriguing. Eyewear Epiphany […]