“simplicam impresses and in some ways even surpasses pricier models…With its lower monthly fees and the addition of face recognition alerts for cloud subscribers, ArcSoft’s Simplicam is poised to take on our highest rated Wi-Fi security cameras…It’s a fantastic option for someone wanting a cloud subscription and all of its related benefits without spending $10+ a month.”
“I confidently and emphatically choose Simplicam…Solidly built, Simplicam just flat-out performs. Night mode was great, and the movement detection controls save you from smartphone notification hell. The Closeli app is easy to use, and the subscription model is both affordable and feature-rich.”
Now that we’re soaring out of pre-launch craziness and forging ahead into an exciting new phase for our just-released home monitoring camera, we’re amazed and thrilled by the flood of great press coverage and sales that simplicam powered by Closeli continues to garner.
The smart home is about to get a lot smarter, thanks to a brand new, cutting-edge solution that can actually tell you if someone’s home.
Don’t miss what you’re missing at home with simplicam powered by Closeli.
We’re excited to announce that simplicam powered® by Closeli®, the first and only home monitoring Wi-Fi video solution with state-of-the-art Face Detection technology, is officially available for purchase. Now, users can receive notifications when someone is actually in their home – rather than getting motion and sound alerts every time the dog barks at the UPS man, or a tree branch moves near the window.
Creating new makeup templates for Perfect365 is truly a team effort. It involves research, engineering, revisions, collaboration, intelligent imaging technology and lots of time falling down the Pinterest rabbit hole while looking for inspiration.
If you love using the free Perfect365 app to play with new makeup styles – from natural and fresh, to bold and breathtaking, to glamorous and classy – you’re probably well acquainted with the bottom line of this digital makeup miracle worker: It’s easy. It’s accurate. It’s like a magic makeup wand in the palm of your hand – for photos. Abracadabra! You’re welcome.
But have you ever wondered about the inspiration behind the looks, and where it comes from?
We’re in the throes of wedding season, with summer in full swing and fall just around the corner.
Give your makeup artist a leg up by coming to your wedding day makeup trial prepared. Experiment with Perfect365 to find out what look you want to rock on the big day.
If you’re a bride, you’re likely slogging through the trenches of table seating arrangements, fielding phone calls from distant relatives about which hotel they should stay at, or maneuvering around piles of DIY burlap napkins and paper flower garlands that have proliferated like gremlins to take over every inch of available counter space in your already cramped apartment.
DIY wedding crafting is great and all, but it can be stressful, too. Let Perfect365 give you one less thing to worry about. No matter what, know that your wedding photos can always look perfect with this easy-to-use app.
This is why – amid a backdrop of exciting (but often stressful) pre-nuptial chaos – having one less thing to worry about can work wonders for your sanity. Feeling indecisive about what kind of makeup palette you’re going to rock on the big day? Getting a little anxious about looking picture-perfect from dawn til dusk, starting with pre-ceremony portraits, to the “I dos,’” to the garter toss?
Enter Perfect365, an awesome free makeup app featuring state-of-the-art face detection technology that automatically maps your key facial features for accurate, easy and super-fast virtual photo touch-ups. Not only does it let you play around with a plethora of makeup styles so you can find your best look, it also lets you enhance photos in just one tap – transforming the average candid snapped by a wedding guest into a professional-looking, yet natural shot. So say “yes” to less stress, great wedding photos and see what Perfect365 can do for you. We even brought in a real bride-to-be to demonstrate!
Get ready to take some awesome Fourth of July photos. It’ll be a blast.
Independence Day weekend is just around the corner, which means three days of heat, hot dogs and hometown pageantry. Photo ops abound on this patriotic holiday, but when you throw in ketchup stains, sweat and combustible entertainment, things can get messy. In this article, you’ll find a roundup of tips, gadgets and apps to not only capture great fireworks images, but also also snap stellar portraits of you and your friends during those festive block parties and beach barbecues. So go forth, seize your photographic freedom and liberate your Fourth of July photos from oppressive mediocrity! Continue reading →
A Scandinavian research team is currently working on a headset that translates your dog’s thoughts into human language. Maybe one day, dogs will create their own mind-reading devices…
The wearable electronics business is expected to grow from more than $14 billion this year to a predicted $70 billion in 2024, which means a growing number of tech firms are barking up the wearables tree by rolling out a new generation of smart gadgetry – for pets!
Memorial Day Weekend is almost upon us, which means you and your smartphone are going places and doing cool things. Whether you’re a mobile camera wunderkind who can turn a desert tumbleweed into photography magic, or a shutter-happy tourist who doesn’t discriminate between the Grand Canyon and the sketchiest roadside diner Sloppy Joe you’ve ever seen, there’s picture-worthy gold in them thar hills. Take a cue from professional photographer Matt Coch, an avid Instagrammer with 27,674 followers as of May 22. Coch recently went on an 8,000-mile cross country road trip and spells out the benefits of mingling with locals, getting lost, backing up your images, public transportation, and – most importantly – remembering to take everything in. Happy trails!
Heard of the connected home? That’s the big category for connected appliances, ranging from smoke detectors to refrigerators, and even coffee makers to dishwashers, that our homes will soon be outfitted with.
With household automation on the rise, marked by a steady uptick from 1.5 million installations in 2012 to a predicted eight million or more by 2017, according to ABI research, it seems we’re looking at more smart devices than we can shake a stick at.
Creating standout images is a matter of presence for Matt Coch. Whether it’s pausing to notice the Empire State Building reflected in a puddle, marinating in the soft glow of museum exhibits, snapping pedestrians illuminated in a momentary geometric sliver of light, or catching a tourist playfully accosting a scantily clad mannequin outside a Long Island clothing boutique, observational outings are a discipline for the 42-year-old streetscape photographer who meanders and shoots for at least an hour a day, every day – smartphone in hand and shutter finger at the ready. We first came across Coch as a contributing author to the mobile photography enthusiast group, We Are Juxt, and are excited to share some of his experiences, tips and memorable encounters in the following Q&A. Coch, who has 27,674 followers on Instagram as of May 22, shoots his mobile photos using the iPhone 5s and Nokia Lumia 1020.