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Better than a still photo, different than a GIF, Fyuse creates spatial photography that moves when you move your phone.
Fyuse is a unique app that uses spatial photography to create interactive photos that move as you tilt or rotate your phone. The effect is really neat, and more engaging than a simple still photo, yet more personal than a video.
To create your own Fyuse, start by opening the camera and pressing and holding to begin recording.
The app guides you with arrows. For the best results, move your camera in only one direction by either moving your phone in space or tilting it.
The app has several scene modes for different shots. Not pictured are the 360-degree mode and panorama.
When you're done recording, the app will render your image and you can trim it down for length.
Fyuse has several filters you can apply.
You can also adjust the brightness, contrast, exposure and other aspects of the Fyuse. If you want to save a particular part of the entire Fyuse, you can do that here.
Finally, you'll give your Fyuse a description and publish it to the app. Or if you prefer, you can keep it private.
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