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Cinemagram Apps Animate your Photos

Cinemagram Apps Animate your Photos

Cinemagram is a brand new apps in iOS Device. This apps looks like Instagram but It can shows a moving image with an Instagram Style. Such as Instagram this apps also works as a social networking application. Well, different from Instagram, this application does not require you to take photos to start the apps but you have to add a short video clip with 2 or 3 seconds duration. Cinemagram will give you a fun way to animate your Pictures.

This video will be edited by selecting the part where you want to be seen to move, and you can also select what part should be a static images. To add more artistic value, you can add the effects of Instagram retro-style photo. After all of the pass, the moving image stored in the format. GIF will appear on Cinemagram Social Networking Pages.

Unfortunately until now Cinemagram Apps only available for IOS devices and can be downloaded for free on the App Store, But don't worry in the near future Cinemagram will also available for Android Yaayy. Like what we could do on Instagram you can also share your works to various social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.

Here's some of the Example of Cool Artistic Moving Pictures made by Cinemagram Apps

Wind Powered Car by Tang Zhengping

Wind Powered Car by Tang Zhengping

This Chinese guy has made a cool wind powered car which can reach speeds of nearly 90mph. this car measures 3m Long, stands just 1m tall and took just 3 months to design and build. wow it's pretty fast. The inventor also said that his Wind Powered Car batteries could last longer than any other electric car. Wow It's really amazing!!.

This Cool Wind Powered Car was build by Chinese farmer Tang Zhengping out of his love for electronic gadgets. Mr Zhengping Creates this efficient but quirky blue vehicle on his house.

The car is powered by a combination of batteries and electric generators, supplying power to the wheels via an electric motor. The large spinning fan at the front rotates when the car is in motion - due to air hitting the blades - providing energy to charge the batteries or support electricity generation. In addition to the front fan, the car also uses 'solar energy wings' to store up power.

The car's twin generators and batteries charge in turn, while the other is powering the vehicle. According to Zhengping, the car's maximum speed is 140kph - that's 87mph.

How far the wind-powered vehicle would actually travel at those speeds without needing a recharge - and how long it would take to get there - is open to debate, however. Zhengping reckons his electric creation 'lasts longer than a normal electric car, which usually doesn't have generators.'

With the car's fan and wings providing extra electricity when in motion, the vehicle's batteries only need charging every two to three days, according to the Chinese farmer.

There's no 'official' measured range yet, but even driving moderate distances, a recharge only every two to three days is pretty impressive. Its range might be better than a Nissan LEAF then (don't take our word for it though), but it certainly isn't as practical as the Japanese EV.

The wind-powered car is only a single seater, and with no roof and a decidedly home-built feel, we're not sure Mr Zhengping's creation would be the safest of vehicles on the chaotic roads of Beijing.

With potential for high-voltage electricity to be coursing through the chassis if Zhengping hasn't got his wiring right, we think we'd probably stick to more conventional electric, range-extending and hybrid vehicles.

Via : MSN

Zipper Inventor Gideon Sundback on Google Logo

Zipper Inventor Gideon Sundback on Google Logo

Have you noticed there's something special on Google logo today? There's giant zipper running down the center of the search engine's homepage, Google made an awesome zipper doodle to celebrate Gideon Sundback birthday. Gideon Sundback was well known as the inventor of Zipper, He's a Swedish-American electrical engineer most commonly associated with the development of the fastening device that revolutionized the clothing industry.

His innovation was to place a dimple on the underside of each tooth and a nib on the top that would sit securely within the dimple of the tooth above it.

As a result, the join between two rows of teeth was then strong because no single tooth has enough room to move up or down and come apart. He also created the manufacturing machine for the new zipper.

Well the word's Zipper isn't originally coined by him. It came from B.F. Goodrich who decided to use it in their new boots.

Read further biography of Gideon Sundback the Inventor of Zipper on Wikipedia.


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