Bing launches three experimental image apps for Android, iOS
Bing on Monday established three experimental photography applications for iOS and Android os to evaluate experimental technology like object recognition, individual segmentation, stylization formulas, efficient picture encoding, and decoding technologies.
Google is calling the three applications, Storyboard, Selfissimo!, and Scrubbies, element of “appsperiments” impressed by Bing’s Motion Stills app.
Initial app Storyboard for Android os transforms videos into single-page comic designs. The application permits users to shoot movie, and it’ll instantly pick what it feels are interesting structures, lays all of them out, and applies artistic results.
Selfissimo! for Android and iOS is an automated selfie photographer that snaps a black and white photo any time you pose. Once you touch the display to start a photoshoot, the app promotes one to strike a post and catches a photo when you stop going.
Finally, Scrubbies for iOS allows users to govern the speed and course of video playback to make video clip loops that highlight activities, capture funny faces, and replay moments. Scrubbing with one finger plays the video clip. Scrubbing with two hands captures the playback to help you save or share it.
The new image functions could presumably allow it to be into Bing’s future steady customer application releases as time goes on. Google’s other experimental software, movement Stills for Android and iOS, allow users to make Live pictures into smooth GIFs for revealing on the net.
On Monday, Google additionally introduced AR stickers for Pixel 2 owners that allow people to drop enhanced truth figures onto pictures and video. This new function was released included in Android 8.1.
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Posted at Mon, 11 Dec 2017 21:24:00 +0000