Monday, August 8, 2011

GLMPS brings Harry Potter-esque move Photos to the iPhone

There is no shortage of choice when it comes to photography apps for the iPhone. One of the most popular, Instagram, comes to save its 150 millionth photo. As a result, developers must produce something special to differentiate their applications to the competition.

GLMPS (pronounced "Overview") is an application of photography free iPhone, with a touch. Photo traditional apps take a photo when the button "capture" is enabled. GLMPS is different. Once launched, the app saves continually video so that when a photo is taken, GLMPS automatically saves the five seconds of video procedure it.

Co-founder Nick Long said of all the things that the original idea is to capture short videos loop, similar to the way in which photographs are working in the Harry Potter universe. Click on the thumbnail at the bottom right of the image above to see how it works.

Because the app was constantly video and gets the final image of the flow, photographs are not nearly as high quality as the use of more traditional applications of photography. The final snap is added to the film of the users, but the only way to share the GLMPSes is via the Web site. This site is slightly limited too, with no "private" option, so that users who need to keep in mind the potentially embarrassing images download.

The team behind GLMPS note that this is a work in progress, and there are a lot of features they plan to bring to the APP GLMPS launched today, for free on the App store.

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