Snapchat just launched a brand new feature with a little help from Avicii! The camera app is now allowing users to do some pretty cool things with their bitmoji, by bringing the custom avatar to life through 3D world lenses. Users simply click the rear-facing Snapchat camera, tap to place their bitmoji and can create [...]
Snapchat’s latest update brings three-dimensional Bitmojis to the apps World Lenses feature. Bitmoji World Lenses will work the same way as Snapchat’s popular dancing hotdog, which Evan Spiegel, chief executive officer and co-founder...Show More Summary
Snapchat is adding 3D Bitmoji to its World Lenses feature, allowing you to introduce animated avatars to your locale as you see fit. Snapchat Bitmoji The 3D Bitmoji animations are based directly on models you’ve already created using the Snapchat app. Show More Summary
Snapchat Thursday announced the launch of 3-D Bitmoji World Lenses. The messaging application rolled out 3-D graphics for lenses in April, with advertisers including Warner Bros., Netflix and Dunkin' Donuts beginning to use the feature in Sponsored World Lenses the following month. The feature will launch Friday for iOS and Android users who have created...
Snapchat is bringing your Bitmoji characters to life thanks to the latest round of World Lenses arriving today. The new feature combines the customizable characters you create to look like you with impressive augmented reality so you can interact with your Bitmoji in the real world. more…
Last year, Snapchat bought Bitstrips, the company behind those now-ubiquitous Bitmoji you see everywhere. And Snapchat has also been working on World Lenses, which use AR to apply filters and emoji to the world around you. Now, Snapchat has combined the two: Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to use Bitmoji with Snapchat's World Lens on iOS and Android.
Snapchat's latest Bitmoji update is about much more than dancing animations. Snapchat is updating its Bitmoji-enabled "World Lenses," the feature that lets you overlay your Bitmoji characters onto your surroundings, to make the animations...Show More Summary
Snapchat’s World Lens feature applies filters intelligently to the world around you using augmented reality and your smarpthone’s camera, and now you the app is adding support for Bitmoji to the feature. This means you can take those animated avatars of yourself and drop them into your surroundings. It’s a smart use of both Bitmoji and World Lens tech – you can do… Read More
Video. Because they use wide-angle lenses, home security cameras are able to capture much more of the scene than a conventional camera can. This is the kind of info you might wanna know before you try to secretly turn off one your dad has set up in the living room, as one YouTube user's son recently tried -- and utterly failed -- to do. More »
If you listen to the wider DSLR & mirrorless owning community online, cleaning your own sensor is the scariest thing in the world. We’re talking Pennywise, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Voorhees all rolled into one kinds of scary. So, we...Show More Summary
Graphene - the strongest material known to science - is used to create everything from condoms to night-vision contact lenses. Now, thanks to the ingenuity of The Graphene Company, paint containing the world’s “thinnest, strongest and most conductive” substance is hitting shelves in the UK. Show More Summary
The Microsoft Research Team revealed a new pair of augmented reality glasses today that offer an exciting form factor, even if their performance isn’t up to snuff. The new lenses were made known to the world in a research paper, “Holographic...Show More Summary
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Summary: Snapchat has advanced beyond selfie filters and overlays – a feature that rivals are pouncing upon – to roll out Sponsored World Lenses that allow brands to augment the world with specially designed 3D cameras using the rear camera of devices. Traditionally, Snapchat’s offering has been served...
After placing ads on the faces of its users, Snapchat is bringing more ads to the world around them. Snapchat announced on Monday that it will sell sponsored World Lenses, which are virtual effects that can be displayed in the real world...Show More Summary
In its ongoing quest to stay ahead of Facebook, Snap is bringing ads to the real world. Last month, Snapchat launched a feature called world lenses that extends the app's face-swapping filters to objects in the real world. Now, Warner Bros., Netflix and Dunkin' Donuts are turning those floating 3-D graphics into ads. According to...
Snapchat found more friends and made some money — but far far fewer than analysts had hoped. It's not good. SEE ALSO: Snapchat's new world lenses are its biggest push into augmented reality How bad? Really bad. Snapchat shares dropped 20 percent just minutes after the earnings were first released. Snapchat is now at 166 million daily active users. Show More Summary
In a scene from Laura Poitras’ documentary “Risk,” Julian Assange ? already bereft of his signature white hairdo ? is attempting a disguise. The camera follows the WikiLeaks founder as he inserts colored contact lenses, fits a hat over...Show More Summary
It’s been a while since Sigma announced their entrance into the world of cinema. After releasing the two announced zoom lenses, now their full-frame cinema primes are also available for preorders. There will be five lenses in the FF High-Speed Prime line: 20mm, 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 85mm. Show More Summary
It's been a busy week: Samsung and Google partnered on special version of Google Play Music and White House staffers' favorite secure messaging app might not be that secure. Oh, and Facebook wants you to talk and listen your skin. Luckily, we've kept up for you. Show More Summary