Both on iOS and Android, text in the Text tool can now be easily centered vertically and horizontally. Also, we’ve refreshed the presets of the Face filter, giving more options for fast and easy enhancements.
On Android, the Perspective tool brings back the old horizontal and vertical adjustment modes that many users asked for. With this addition, Perspective lets you apply any kind of transformation and perspective adjustment you can think of.
Also on Android, you can now choose the target folder for exporting a photo, allowing you to store it on an SD card or elsewhere. To enable it, just go to the settings menu for exports.
“Envision a blimp flying over the country, and then we’re laying the cable from the blimp.”
I really enjoyed the latest piece from Google’s Nat & Lo, showing how networks are physically connected (interactive map) among continents.
The internet allows us to see videos, photos, and news from anywhere in the world almost instantaneously. But how?! In this video we learn about the hundreds of underwater fiber optic cables that connect continents, cities, and data centers all over the world –– and investigate how these cables are made, how they’re installed, and more.
You know Photoshop’s in my blood (and vice versa), but wow, it looks like they’ve got some solid competition on their hands. Check out the new features in Affinity Photo 1.5 (including 32-bit HDR creation and editing, spherical photo editing (which has actually been in Photoshop for 8 years—though I guarantee that no one knows that), focus stacking (ditto), and more.
I love the idea of easily placing photo objects in space, getting a feel for what’s possible:
From the designers at Artefact, Storyboard VR is a prototyping and visualization tool that helps content creators, artists and designers use their existing skills to imagine and visualize VR experiences, no development tools or skills required.
This documentary looks super fun and interesting—and not just for Afrika Bambaataa’s tremendous eye furniture.
808, the heart of the beat that changed music. The acclaimed documentary that chronicles the incredible legacy of the TR808 drum machine will be exclusively available on Apple Music December 9th 2016. Discover the iconic records, artists and producers influenced by the 808’s unique beats and find out the secret behind its sudden discontinuation.
Hmm—this Frankenhelmet is, well, aesthetically questionable, but I’d love to take it for a spin:
Bridge is a VR & Mixed Reality headset made specifically for iPhone. It brings positional tracking and obstacle avoidance to VR with a Unity plugin, and full mixed reality, where characters blend into the real world around you
Check out the latest from all-time great Robert Hodgin (anybody here old enough to remember Flight 404?):
Taxi, Taxi! is 1 of 4 different pieces we created exclusively for the towering video wall. It uses NYC Open Data taxi data plotted against routes created with Open Street Map which is displayed within a 3D model of New York City. It is designed to run in realtime and was created with the Cinder C++ coding framework.