Event: ReVu App Launch Party, 10 March

Event: ReVu App Launch Party, 10 March

Our client Software Optics will soon launch the ReVu video editor app, to help you make awesome videos with your iPhone, iPad and GoPro. The app will go live in the Apple App Store in March. To celebrate, we are planning a fantastic app launch party, on 10th March at Campus London, a Google place. Are you in London? Please come along.

Please book your tickets via Eventbrite, here.

ReVu will help you Zoom, pan, trim to make a new, better, video with your iPhone or iPad. It also fixes fisheye distortion of GoPro footage. You can watch the demo video of the ReVu app on YouTube here.

What does the event have in store? Amazing speakers, drinks, and a performance!

There will be a short introduction from Software Optics founders, the makers of ReVu: Adam Hoyle, JP Altier, Simon Kentish.

You’ll also be treated to seeing:

Scanner (Robin Rimbaud)

Scanner (Robin Rimbaud)

Scanner (British artist Robin Rimbaud) traverses the experimental terrain between

sound and space connecting a bewilderingly diverse array of genres. Since 1991 he has been intensely active in sonic art, producing concerts, installations and recordings, the albums Mass Observation (1994), Delivery (1997), and The Garden is Full of Metal (1998) hailed by critics as innovative and inspirational works of contemporary electronic music. He scored the hit musical comedy Kirikou & Karaba (2007), designed the sound for the new Philips Wake-Up Light (2009), and campaigns for Nike (2011), Chanel (2012), and The Financial Times (2014). More recently Scanner designed the campaign for Sprint phones in cinemas across America, reaching 2.5 billion spectators, scored The Big Dance in Trafalgar Square for 1000 dancers and the re-opening of the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Committed to working with cutting edge practitioners he collaborated with Bryan Ferry, Wayne MacGregor, Mike Kelley, Michael Nyman, Steve McQueen, Laurie Anderson and Hussein Chalayan, amongst others.

Ghislaine Boddington, Co-founder and Creative Director of body>data>space and

Ghislaine Boddington

Ghislaine Boddington

Women Shift Digital, is an artist, dramaturg, curator and thought leader specialising in body responsive technologies, Ghislaine is recognised as an international pioneer advocating the use of the entire body as a digital interaction canvas for over 25 years. She has created live telepresence links between thousands of participants/audiences across the world for educational, performing arts and creative industries usage using her work to examine the representation of our physical selves and our identities in virtual environments. A co-creator and director of many art works exploring the hyper enhancement of our human senses through the digital and a lead director of international multi-partner projects, she co-curates Nesta’s FutureFest and is a Reader at University of Greenwich.

Elliot Grove, Founding Director, Raindance & Raindance Film Festival and the British

Elliot Grove

Elliot Grove

Independent Film Awards, who despite being unable to watch TV or films until his late teens due to the constraints of his Amish background, was curious about art and film. He worked first as a scenic artist (painting backgrounds) and started Raindance as a thought experiment: Could you make a movie with no training, no experience or no money. When British filmmakers like Christopher Nolan started making zero budget films, Elliot started Raindance Film Festival, as well as the British Independent Film Awards to showcase their work.

Russell Dalgleish, Serial entrepreneur and investor, Founder Exolta Capital Partners,

Russell Dalgeish

Russell Dalgeish

one of the UKs leading advisory firms, and is Chairman of WeAreTheFuture, the international entrepreneurship movement aimed at inspiring and connecting young business leaders.

 

Any questions?

Please contact: [email protected]

You can also find the ReVu app on social media. Here:

Twitter: @ReVuVideo

Facebook: facebook.com/revuvideo

Instagram: @ReVuVideo

Hai Beta Test: ReVu Video Editor App for iOS and GoPro

That moment when you accidentally film your thumb, or forget to film in landscape mode, or when the subject is too far away.

Yeah that! All these oops! situations you captured while filming with your iOS device (iPhone & iPad) or GoPro™ camera can be remedied with the soon-to-launch ReVu video editor app.

We want you to help us beta test ReVu, and give your feedback before official launch in March 2016 to the Apple App Store. For your participation, you just might win a GoPro HERO4 in a prize draw.

Let us tell you more. Our client ReVu comes from the makers at Software Optics, a video technology company based in London, England, specialising in immersive, interactive video. ReVu offers features that Apple does not, including:

  • Picture-in-picture zoom preview
  • GoPro decurving
  • Landscape video from portrait video with zoom

ReVu specifically works by allowing you to:

  • Adjust the crop “on the fly” as the video plays, using pinch to zoom and motion/touch to pan
  • Trim video, record, replay and edit all interactions
  • Export zoom, pan and trim interactions to a new landscape 1080p HD video
  • Import GoPro video with iTunes file sharing or the Camera Connection Kit to remove fisheye lens distortion
  • Convert awkward vertical videos to landscape
  • ReVu is compatible with rectilinear videos such as iOS videos and also GoPro™ videos

To be part of the beta testing phase participants are invited to sign up at: http://www.softwareoptics.com/revu OR email [email protected] with the subject Hai Beta Test: ReVu

ReVu Makes Headlines!

You can see ReVu in the news, where it has been listed as being one of the top video editor apps for 2016 with Appcessories and showcased on HelloTesla.com.

It has also been featured on betabound.com.

And the press release about the debut of the ReVu beta test has been featured with more than 200 news outlets around the world.

If you are in London, please come along to the ReVu launch party being held at Google Campus London on Thursday, March 10th. Book your free place to join us in the celebration here.

Startup Spotlight: Muzivo

Startup Spotlight: Muzivo

Muzivo MUZIVOis a powerful new music social-network that puts you in touch with music apps you may have not heard of.

In essence, it’s like a music app directory allowing you to discover music apps that exist to play music of a specific genre.

Once you create an account, Muzivo enables you to build personalised news and events feeds, stream music, create playlists and save your favourites.

What’s more, this app lets you to create your own app, customizing it to suit your taste.

When it’s ready, you can start sharing whatever you want on it. Yes, that’s right – you’ll be able to upload your music, photos, videos, bio, shows or even access your Facebook and Twitter feeds.

 

By: Miamii Mansour

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