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Radar mobile service to share camera phone pictures
Ilse Jurriƫn : February 24th 2006 - 06:50 CET
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Tiny PicturesRadar mobile service to share camera phone pictures : Today at DEMO 2006, Tiny Pictures announces Radar, a new mobile service that enables fast and simple sharing of camera phone pictures among friends. The service is available for most mobile phones and computer browsers, and allows invited friends to share and comment on each other's pictures instantly. By dramatically improving the ease with which consumers can share pictures, and ensuring users know exactly who can see their pictures, Radar ushers in a entirely new kind of photography not just photo sharing, but stream-of-consciousness experience sharing, said Tiny Pictures founder and CEO John Poisson, former head of mobile media research and design groups for Sony in Tokyo.
Radar mobile service to share camera phone picturesRadar - Share pictures
Radar allows users to share pictures with friends on any mobile network and nearly any type of device. The handset client is free and downloadable over mobile networks, and a mobile browser version is available for phones that don't support the use of third-party software applications. Even the most ordinary pictures of the small details of your life - what you ate for lunch, a traffic jam, a smile - become an entirely new way to stay in touch when shared instantly with the people you know, whether across the table or half a world away. This enables picture-based communication, not just photo sharing, engendering a completely new way that photography enriches our lives, said Poisson.

Camera phones - Successful consumer electronics device
Tiny Pictures estimates that by the end of the year more than 1.2 billion camera phones will be in circulation around the world. Mobile phones represent the single most successful consumer electronics device ever developed, with camera phones accounting for 80 percent of digital imaging devices sold in 2005.

Camera phone services - Picture sharing
But a majority of North American cameraphone owners have never sent a picture from their phone. Camera phones are still used mostly for talking and text messaging; the occasional novelty snapshots typically go unshared. Existing options for sharing with cameraphones are either too difficult to use or not broadly relevant to consumers camera phone services offered by carriers tend to focus on the one-to-one push model of photo messaging while at the opposite extreme, third-party services for photo blogging encourage users to share their pictures publicly on the Internet. Consumer response to both types of services has been underwhelming.

Radar mobile service
Radar complements these offerings, striking a balance between sharing pictures with one person and sharing them with the entire Internet. In the process, Radar transforms the way consumers use their camera phones. Radar is currently in a beta test phase. Camera phone users can visit our website to learn more.

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