Remember when Steve Jobs introduced the iPod and said, “This amazing thing holds 1000 songs, and goes right in my pocket”?
What Steve Jobs didn’t tell you is that you would be exchanging quality for quantity.
We have seen an explosion of mobile technology in the past few years. We can fit more data into smaller spaces, but somehow we can’t seem to get enough. Smartphone cameras are coming out with more megapixels to achieve better quality photos and videos, but with more megapixels, come bigger files.
We document our lives and experiences using our phones; and we love to share those experiences… a lot. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could send smaller files, faster but still maintain the quality effort you put into your photos and videos?
Quality always seems to be linked to size. If you want to send and store quality content on your phone, get ready sacrifice some space.
That is until now. There is actually a solution for your sharing and storing needs. Instead of sending and storing megabytes, send and store kilobytes and experience even better quality than the original…. No, no, no! I’m not joking! Let me prove it to you!
This is a 32 kilobyte file and it’s being viewed on a 2560×1444 screen. We can use illumin8 to view photos and videos and see them at the highest quality on any of your devices. Plus you can zoom in and you will never see pixelation, that’s because illumin8 doesn’t render pixels it renders objects.
So now that you can reduce the file size of images to kilobytes in size instead of megabytes, you can have more room for… selfies!
illumin8 – Go Beyond the Pixels!
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