L'astronauta Rick Wiseman ha pubblicato il primo video creato con Vine nello spazio, riprendendo il Sole attraverso i pannelli solari della ISS.
Quei nove secondi in più 24.06.13
La guerra dei mini video tra Facebook e Twitter si consuma in nove secondi. TechCrunch ha messo a confronto le potenzialità di Instagram Video e Vine.
Instagram just launched video functionality. Glorious, 15-second, editable video functionality. Complete with image stabilization.
So what does this mean for Vine? In the end, the competition should give users plenty to be excited about, whether you're a Vine loyalist or an Instagrammaholic. And both apps will likely continue to thrive, as I've stated a few times already. Where Instagram's user base is mostly made up of people documenting their feet, coffees, and pets, Vine has attracted a group of users who are pleased by the challenges set forth in the app.
Instagram's filters, longer video length, stability technology and already-ingrained user behavior will keep its video offering very similar to its photo offering. People will now just post videos of their feet, coffees, and pets. At the same time, Vine's growing community of creatives and tinkering designers will likely continue to blossom, as well.
6 secondi di video su Twitter 24.01.13
Today, we're introducing Vine: a mobile service that lets you capture and share short looping videos. Like Tweets, the brevity of videos on Vine (6 seconds or less) inspires creativity. Now that you can easily capture motion and sound, we look forward to seeing what you create.