Killer photo sharing: Vuvox

Wow, Vuvox is on stage. Totally freaking cool way to use your photos. This is another one that I just can’t find the words to explain. It’s something you have to see.

Author: Robert Scoble

Scoble gives you a front-row seat on the future. Especially on platforms that use the fourth user interface, spatial computing, like virtual reality or mixed reality that will come soon thanks to his own front-row seat as entrepreneur in residence at UploadVR.com and his past experience as futurist at Rackspace. Best place to find Scoble? On his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scobletechnology/

Comments

  1. Vuvox homepage says:
    In a few short weeks, your visual voice can be heard.

    Marketing speak says:
    Easy to Use Online Service Redefines User Generated Content… VUVOX can enable you to create personal, collaborative & emotive expressions

    When will we see this thing?

  2. Vuvox homepage says:
    In a few short weeks, your visual voice can be heard.

    Marketing speak says:
    Easy to Use Online Service Redefines User Generated Content… VUVOX can enable you to create personal, collaborative & emotive expressions

    When will we see this thing?

  3. Pierre: If I told you “a tree can be placed on your screen and photos pop out of it” would that help? I seriously don’t know how to explain this one. I’d rather just film it, and put the video up in a week or so.

  4. Pierre: If I told you “a tree can be placed on your screen and photos pop out of it” would that help? I seriously don’t know how to explain this one. I’d rather just film it, and put the video up in a week or so.

  5. Hopefully the screencast or whatever (haven’t had a chance to watch them yet) will explain, because their website needs some serious help in de-abstracting whatever it is they are trying to say from marketing-speak/hype into actual words or content, or at least to sell me on how it’s different than flickr or any other photosharing site 🙂

    Definitely will dig deeper when I get to work though!

  6. Hopefully the screencast or whatever (haven’t had a chance to watch them yet) will explain, because their website needs some serious help in de-abstracting whatever it is they are trying to say from marketing-speak/hype into actual words or content, or at least to sell me on how it’s different than flickr or any other photosharing site 🙂

    Definitely will dig deeper when I get to work though!