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Capture the movement with Fyuse (pictures)

Better than a still photo, different than a GIF, Fyuse creates spatial photography that moves when you move your phone.

Sarah Mitroff
Sarah Mitroff is a Managing Editor for CNET, overseeing our health, fitness and wellness section. Throughout her career, she's written about mobile tech, consumer tech, business and startups for Wired, MacWorld, PCWorld, and VentureBeat.
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Fyuse captures the moving world

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.

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Press and shoot

To create your own Fyuse, start by opening the camera and pressing and holding to begin recording.

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Follow the arrows

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.

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Scene modes

The app has several scene modes for different shots. Not pictured are the 360-degree mode and panorama.

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Trim it down

When you're done recording, the app will render your image and you can trim it down for length.

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Filters

Fyuse has several filters you can apply.

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Other editing tools

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.

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Share your Fyuse

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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