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bill nye the science guy explains how green screen grandma became a snapchat filter sensation : your daily're welcome

bill nye the science guy explains how green screen grandma became a snapchat filter sensation : your daily're welcome
By Truly Social Inc. • Issue #33 • View online

Facebook Launches AR Camera Effects Developer Program
Today at Facebook’s F8 2017 Conference they announced the launch of their new Camera Effects platform for developers. Facebook will rely on an army of outside developers to contribute augmented reality image filters and interactive experiences to its new platform. The first effects will become available inside Facebook’s Camera feature on smartphones later today. TechCrunch
If you’re a developer and want to apply for the closed beta click here. If you are not a developer but would love to create your own simple static image filters then check out the Frame Studio.
Bill Nye The Science Guy Returns To The Small Screen With His New Netflix Show
Bill is back! On Friday April 21st you can catch his brand new show “Bill Nye Saves The World” out on Netflix. The original run of his show ended in 1998 but thanks to his enduring popularity amongst Millennials he managed to get the streaming giant to back his latest tv venture, a science show for his grown-up fans. We can’t wait to see what Bill has in store for us! Mashable
L'Oréal's Digital Transtition
Consumer experiences on digital—and more specifically mobile—are becoming much more personalized and assistive. Marie Gulin-Merle, the CMO of L'Oréal USA, shares how her company is reinventing its marketing to keep up with these accelerating trends. Check out her top 3 digital transformation tips on think with Google.
Reimagining storytelling in 6 seconds
Reimagining storytelling in 6 seconds
Indian Hackers 'Release Details Of 1.7 Million Snapchat Users' After App's CEO Is Accused Of Calling India A Poor Country
The latest company this month to be hit with an online boycott is Snapchat after the company’s CEO, Evan Spiegel, allegedly made comments about how his app was “only for rich people” and not for “poor countries like India and Spain”. Following the comments, Anonymous Indian hackers claim to have posted the personal details of 1.7 million Snapchat users on the deep web. Snapchat however denies that any hack has taken place, and also denies that CEO Evan Spiegel ever made those comments. But that hasn’t stopped angry Indian consumers from dragging the app’s rating from five stars down to one on the Apple store, launching #UninstallSnapchat and #BoycottSnapchat campaigns on Twitter. The Independent 
This "Grandma" Has Become A YouTube Star After She Learned To Use Green Screen
A 62-year-old woman from Saint Petersburg, Russia, went viral on YouTube after she learned how to use a green screen. Tatiana Subbotina started making normal videos of herself in 2013 but over the years has taught herself how to make her own homemade green screen visual effects. You can check out her YouTube channel here. You go Grandma! BuzzFeed
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