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Brave new world for photo sharing

Uploaded: Apr 27, 2012
Photo sharing and viewing is undergoing a revolution. Facebook's plan to buy Instagram developer Burbn for $1 billion in stock and cash underscores how valuable sharing has become. Simplicity and speed are what make Instagram attractive to users, with 30 million downloads for iPhones at the time of Facebook's announcement, followed by an Android version that garnered another 5-10 million downloads from Google's Play Store in 10 days.

Read the full story here http://www.mv-voice.com/story.php?story_id=7741 posted Friday, April 27, 2012, 12:00 AM
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You can play with Lytro pictures [Web Link here]. If you want to read more about the technology, read founder and CEO Ren Ng's [Web Link dissertation].
Another feature of the camera is 3D. If you have a 3D display or 3D glasses, [Web Link check out this demonstration].


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