Just released my second Android app to the Google Play market. It’s called Gym Hero. You can get it here.
I’m finally getting around to uploading some of the videos I took from my 3 week trip to Europe last May. I was planning on editing them all together into one mega-trip-video, but I soon figured out that my lowly Macbook Pro was not going to manage.
This is was from the Inter vs AC Milan match that Meghan and I went to at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy. We were sitting pretty far up although closer than the video makes it out to be. The fans in Italy were pretty crazy compared to the fans in London. They were setting off flares and fireworks for most the game. You can see some of it in the first video below.
This is from the NPower Championship Playoff Final at Wembley Stadium in London. It was sold out, but I managed to scalp a ticket. The match was Blackpool vs West Ham with the winner being promoted to the Premier League. I sat in the West Ham section. West Ham won with a late goal in the 87’ minute. This is after the match.
If you have any spare 3D glasses lying around, you can change the quality to HD and click the 3D link that shows up. Google can apparently make video’s that you upload to youtube 3D. They also give you the option to fix shakiness if they detect it. It works, but in order to do it, they have to crop frames in the picture which can make your picture look a little distorted at times. This video is a good example:
This is a time lapse I took from Lake Thun, Switzerland. We took a boat from Interlaken to Thun and spent the day in Thun. This was taken with a GoPro Hero 2.