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Watermarker app ready!

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Watermarker app icon2 days ago our latest App Store iteration saw day of light on the App Store. It’s a video watermarker app which makes it pretty easy to imprint your logo or for that matter a small text into your video. When we created this we had journalists, bloggers in mind who create and deliver video content to a website or third party and are always using more or less the same watermark. Now its possible to create a fully montaged production in the field just using your phone. Shoot with our other app CamLock, brand the video with a text or image of choice (mail a transparent png to yourself save it to the photoroll and select it in the app) with the Watermarker app and you could use an app like iMovie to do some basic video montage. So there you go, just in time video delivery is finally there!

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The story of a single picture

Sunday, January 24th, 2010

It’s funny, almost one year ago in january 2009 I created an image of a device that I thought to be the perfect “couch hanging, while websurfing” device. It was of course an apple device and completely inspired on the iPhone. My iPhone to be  more specific, it’s a 2G model (I prefer it’s looks over the new ones)  and what I like so much about it is the way that it when you decide to go browse, you draw it from your pocket, push the home btn and launch safari, 20 seconds later you’re browsing the web. No booting, no crippled way of selecting hyperlinks, the in/out zooming by double tapping works perfect in my opinion. It would only be better if this device was slightly bigger, not to much though, not like a 10 inch if you ask me. Just 3/4  iPhones wide would be nice, and then a little higher, say a touch screen with a res of 1280 x 800 would be perfect. So when I was considering this I decided to draw something in 3dsMax, render it with vray, and drop it on That’s what i did and then nothing happened, it had like 12 views and like 2 comments from apple fans. I called this rendering the iNetbook because some people were indicating that apple should release one too, so I thought ok this should be it then.