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Game of Thrones – Landmarker Lens

by HBO

 

 

See the ice dragon landing on top of New York’s Flatiron Building and covering the whole thing in ice. This Lens is an example of Snapchat’s new “Landmarkers”— augmented reality effects tied to specific, well-known landmarks, like the Flatiron Building or the Eiffel Tower.

Read more: Snapchat’s new ‘Game of Thrones’ lens brings a massive ice dragon to New York

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Game of Thrones – Landmarker Lens

https://lenslist.co/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/f78HCUA2IZcgEkx-.mp4

by HBO

 

 

See the ice dragon landing on top of New York’s Flatiron Building and covering the whole thing in ice. This Lens is an example of Snapchat’s new “Landmarkers”— augmented reality effects tied to specific, well-known landmarks, like the Flatiron Building or the Eiffel Tower.

Read more: Snapchat’s new ‘Game of Thrones’ lens brings a massive ice dragon to New York

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Thugs of Hindostan

by YRF – Yash Raj Films

 

 

Action. Adventure. Drama. Watch it all on the big screen. But before you do that make sure to check out this Facebook Camera Effect Created for Thugs of Hindostan Movie 🎥🎬

 

 

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Thugs of Hindostan

https://lenslist.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/thugs-1.mp4

by YRF – Yash Raj Films

 

 

Action. Adventure. Drama. Watch it all on the big screen. But before you do that make sure to check out this Facebook Camera Effect Created for Thugs of Hindostan Movie 🎥🎬

 

 

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Jersey Shore

by MTV

 

 

Happy JERZDAY! Here’s your chance to walk into the OG shore house. Click the snapcode below to unlock an exclusive Snapchat lens.

 

 

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Jersey Shore

by MTV

 

 

Happy JERZDAY! Here’s your chance to walk into the OG shore house. Click the snapcode below to unlock an exclusive Snapchat lens.

 

 

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Maximum POP!

by Luke Hurd

 

“I made an effect based on the weird years of 1985 – 1995. Max Headroom, Seinfeld, War Games, The Simpsons, Terrible Sears Photography – it really had it all. This has sound effects, particles, facetracker, yadda, yadda, yadda. Tap on a screen to launch the TV. Tap on the top dial to change channels. Tap on the bottom dial to change the color of the TV set. Tap on the glasses to change lenses. Tap on your face to hide the glasses. Tap the screen anywhere else to hide it all.

..and in true War Games fashion, I’ve hidden an easter egg. I wont tell you how to activate it, but the video of what it does is in the comments. Fun one to build!” – Luke Hurd

 

 

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Maximum POP!

https://lenslist.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Maximum-pop.mp4

by Luke Hurd

 

“I made an effect based on the weird years of 1985 – 1995. Max Headroom, Seinfeld, War Games, The Simpsons, Terrible Sears Photography – it really had it all. This has sound effects, particles, facetracker, yadda, yadda, yadda. Tap on a screen to launch the TV. Tap on the top dial to change channels. Tap on the bottom dial to change the color of the TV set. Tap on the glasses to change lenses. Tap on your face to hide the glasses. Tap the screen anywhere else to hide it all.

..and in true War Games fashion, I’ve hidden an easter egg. I wont tell you how to activate it, but the video of what it does is in the comments. Fun one to build!” – Luke Hurd

 

 

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Live TV News

by Alex Anpilogov & Laurie Ainley

 

 

Comment from Alex:

“Laurie Ainley and I have been experimenting with pulling some external data into a filter. Here’s one demo – a live TV news feed, which we decided to ship – you can try it below. The aggregator API provides 4 channels with the ability to add more as needed. Each channel contains latest stories with thumbnails and channel-specific data like colours and channel names. The front camera is the ‘interview mode’ and the back camera is ‘studio mode’ with segmentation.

Worth noting that when using external video as a texture, there is a delay between the texture’s state being reported as downloaded and it actually rendering on the screen. We’re checking the state when switching channels and only hiding the “searching for channel” TV noise when all assets are loaded, but that doesn’t seem to be a reliable method with external video. Occasionally the filter doesn’t load at all when selected – this is possibly linked to the fact that it has many capabilities enabled. The user needs to reload the filter a few times to get it working. Also segmentation kills the fps but we left it on anyway for the studio mode.”

 

 

 

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Live TV News

by Alex Anpilogov & Laurie Ainley

 

 

Comment from Alex:

“Laurie Ainley and I have been experimenting with pulling some external data into a filter. Here’s one demo – a live TV news feed, which we decided to ship – you can try it below. The aggregator API provides 4 channels with the ability to add more as needed. Each channel contains latest stories with thumbnails and channel-specific data like colours and channel names. The front camera is the ‘interview mode’ and the back camera is ‘studio mode’ with segmentation.

Worth noting that when using external video as a texture, there is a delay between the texture’s state being reported as downloaded and it actually rendering on the screen. We’re checking the state when switching channels and only hiding the “searching for channel” TV noise when all assets are loaded, but that doesn’t seem to be a reliable method with external video. Occasionally the filter doesn’t load at all when selected – this is possibly linked to the fact that it has many capabilities enabled. The user needs to reload the filter a few times to get it working. Also segmentation kills the fps but we left it on anyway for the studio mode.”