Google releases applications not so often, but this time it decided not to waste time on trifles and presented three programs at once, and even similar thematically. All three marked the start of the Appsperiments campaign, in which Google will release small experimental applications with unusual functionality.
The first program, Storyboard (for now only for Android), analyzes the video in the smartphone's memory, automatically selects six random frames and creates a collage from them that resembles a comic book page. This page can be manually updated, and each time the program will select different frames and apply different filters, so that the total number of available combinations exceeds one and a half trillion.
Storyboard © play.google.com
The second app is called Selfissimo! (both iOS and Android) and it simulates the operation of photo booths that can now be found, for example, in shopping centers. You tap the screen and the app automatically takes a picture every time you change your pose. The result is a black and white selfie collage.
The strangest is the third novelty, Scrubbies (iOS only). It allows you to “remix” your video in a DJ style. The videos need to be scrolled back and forth with your finger - the program will remember the sequence and nature of the gestures and create a looped animation based on them.
All three apps are available for free on the App Store and Google Play.>