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Google releases experimental photo apps for iOS

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Google releases experimental photo apps for iOS

After the popularity of its Motion Stills app exploded, Google has released a couple more experimental photo apps for use on iOS. Where Motion Stills turned short videos into stylized cinemagraphs and time lapses “using experimental stabilization and rendering technologies,” the new apps explore how object recognition, person segmentation, stylization algorithms, and efficient image encoding and decoding technologies can be used to make inventive new images. Selfissimo takes selfies to a more automated, photo booth-like experience, encouraging users to pose once the button is tapped and shooting black and white photos every time the subject stops moving. Scrubbies allows users to manipulate the speed and direction of video playback, making it easy to produce video loops that highlight moments and replay them. Both apps are free to download on the App Store.

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