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20 MUVI X-Lapse 360-Degree Photography and Timelapse Accessory

20 MUVI X-Lapse 360-Degree Photography and Timelapse Accessory | Douglas E. Welch Gift Guide 2017

I picked one of these up on sale a few months ago and have found a variety of uses for it. It only plans right to left, since it is based on a mechanical timer, but it is a great way to start integrating movement into you time-lapse movies without spending hundreds of dollars on more complex motorized camera sliders. It is cheap enough to just have fun with it.

  • Create 90° degree (15 minutes), 180° degree (30 minutes), 270° degree (45 minutes), 360° degree (60 minutes) sweeping time-lapse films.
  • Create 90° degree, 180° degree, 270° degree, 360° degree panoramic pictures
  • Mount cameras up to 750 grams on the standard 1/4 -20 UNC male tripod screw thread. Perfect for the MUVI HD or other actions cameras with continuous photo mode
  • Standard 1/4 -20 UNC female tripod screw thread for mounting on Veho DuoPod tripod or other tripod systems and integral fold out feet to stabilize and support larger cameras
  • Ships with iPhone/Smartphone holder to enable panoramic time lapse photography using your smartphone with apps such as Time Lapse Pro, Glimpse Pro, Osnap

 

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Recently Liked YouTube Videos – October 4, 2017

A playlist of videos I recently watched and liked on YouTube. From here you can get an idea of my wide viewing preferences on YouTube and how I use it to replace much of my traditional television viewing — Douglas

Recently Liked YouTube Videos – October 4, 2017

Click the Playlist button in the upper-left corner to see a scrollable list of all videos.

Recently Liked YouTube Videos - October 4, 2017

Three History Podcasts That Aren’t “Hardcore History” via Lifehacker

Three great podcasts to add to my already crowded playlist. I am a history geek and have several shows that give interesting, insightful looks into history we might not know well. These will be a great addition — Douglas

Three History Podcasts That Aren’t “Hardcore History” via Lifehacker

Three History Podcasts That Aren’t “Hardcore History” via Lifehacker

Nothing against Dan Carlin’s “Hardcore History,” but it seems to eat up all the publicity for history podcasts. That’s a shame, because the podcast format is a fantastic way to dive into a thirty-hour history of the French Revolution, or snack on a 12-minute account of how Warren G. Harding, betrayed by his corrupt Cabinet, publicly projected all his feelings onto his dog Laddie Boy.

Read Three History Podcasts That Aren’t “Hardcore History” via Lifehacker

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26 of My Favorite New Media Things for January 2014 – Douglas E. Welch

My Favorite Things

As always, let me know what types of interesting items you would like to see and I will keep an eye out for them especially. — Douglas

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25 of My Favorite New Media Things for December 2013 – Douglas E. Welch

My Favorite Things 

As always, let me know what types of interesting items you would like to see and I will keep an eye out for them especially. — Douglas

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  1. New Media / 6 Reasons You Must Shoot Video Every Day
  2. Technology / Screen to Gif – record any part of you screen and save it to an animated GIF file [Freeware]
  3. Technology / Chromecast update brings more minimalism to your TV screen
  4. New Media / Insert Coin: capture 360-degree video with DLSRs and GoPros, viewable on an Oculus Rift
  5. New Media / Keep a Light Studio in Your Pocket with Kick [Deals Hub]
  6. New Media / MediaCrush – superb free open sourced hosting for video, images and audio
  7. New Media / Google Chromecast adds ten new apps to its streaming arsenal
  8. New Media / Book Review: The Book of Audacity
  9. New Media / The Best Headphones You Can Buy Under $20
  10. New Media The Ox | Documentary
  11. New Media / Autographer – makes photography spontaneous and hands-free
  12. Technology / Mirror app for Android can record your screen or stream it to Apple TV (video)
  13. New Media / YouTube expands live streaming to all channels, adds option to directly launch a Google+ Hangout On Air (Emil Protalinski/The Next Web)
  14. New Media / Chromecast in 2014: an open SDK, big international plans and maybe even new devices
  15. Technology / As Google slowly preps the Chromecast ecosystem, waves of new apps are on the way
  16. Technology / Awesome Stuff: Lenses For Your Phone
  17. New Media / Digital Bolex D16: fantastic indie-friendly digital film camera
  18. New Media / Where there’s a Spark Digital (Microphone) , there’s Lightning
  19. New Media / Ten tips to get the most out of your new Chromecast
  20. New Media / The 8 Best Video Game Scripts of All Time
  21. New Media / Samson’s Go Mic: A capable and compact microphone for podcasting
  22. New Media / YouTube Announces Live Streaming Video for All Users
  23. Technology / Seven Clever Ways to Use Your Phone’s Camera for More Than Just Photos
  24. New Media / Social media is not a zero-sum game and Facebook isn’t going anywhere so get used to it (Leo Mirani/Quartz)
  25. New Media / The 3Pod P5CRH Tripod – A Review

23 of My Favorite New Media Things for November 2013 – Douglas E. Welch

My Favorite Things 

As always, let me know what types of interesting items you would like to see and I will keep an eye out for them especially. — Douglas

My Favorite New Media Things for August 2013 – Douglas E. Welch

My Favorite Things

As always, let me know what types of interesting items you would like to see and I will keep an eye out for them especially. — Douglas

My Favorite New Media Things for June/July 2013 – Douglas E. Welch

My Favorite Things

As always, let me know what types of interesting items you would like to see and I will keep an eye out for them especially. — Douglas

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My Favorite New Media Things for April 2013 – Douglas E. Welch

My Favorite Things

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My Favorite New Media Things for March 2013

My Favorite Things

As always, let me know what types of interesting items you would like to see and I will keep an eye out for them especially. — Douglas

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My Favorite New Media Things for January 2013

My Favorite Things

It looks like I shared lots of Food and Gardening items in the past month. It is interesting to watch how my interests rise and fall over the course of the months.

As always, let me know what types of interesting items you would like to see and I will keep an eye out for them especially. — Douglas

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