Dumbstruck, an Albany, NY based startup from Michael Tanski and Peter Allegretti, has a different take on video messaging. The app allows you to capture moments in video and send them to specific contacts. When that contact opens your message, it shows the clip and records their reaction on the front facing camera.
NSFW. I'm not going to spoil it, but there's a point where our narrator is offered a very specific and apparently common service. His reaction: "why?!" Sums up my reaction to most of this. Oh Japan. :P
Hey what's going on guys my name is Bradley Adreno, I'm
an avid android gamer!
I'll try and make this post as short as possible,
I actually started a Youtube channel for android gaming, but its
loosely Reaction style videos to android gaming instead of the
mainstream PC scary game reaction videos you know?
Hi everyone! This is a cry for help. My phone would not turn on.
1. charging it - no reaction to the charger, no light showing the charger's plugged in, nothing at all (by taste battery seems charged)
2. took the battery out for a few minutes then put it back in and plugged the phone - no reaction whatsoever
IT reaction to the NSW Government budget has been muted. Given the lack of much in the way of new investment programmes in ICT, it’s being a dubbed a business-as-usual budget in the run up to the State election.
I want to do reaction videos that have video of me and the music video as an insert. There are thousands of them for "Gangnam Style" and even little kids are doing it, but I don't have any idea how to get in.