A new smartphone application is looking to strike the perfect balance between photo sharing and video sharing apps. From Moju Labs, the Moju app adds motion to static images by turning a phone from left to right. Users can shoot and share their posts as well.
Based out of Palo Alto, California, Moju Labs is debuting their first app. The iPhone app lets users shoot up to 24 individual frames of one thing, then turns it into a single animated picture that moves when you twist your mobile device, similar to a hologram. A cross between Instagram and Vine, Mojus are not your standard video sharing apps.
To create a Moju, the user simply launches the app and takes up to 24 photos. They can also be spaced out over time to create a time lapse effect.
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