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500 Startups debuts fifth batch of companies

Cloning Instagram For Video Will Not Revolutionize Mobile Video

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Editor’s note: Sandeep Casi is founder and CEO of Cinemacraft. Previously, he worked on Virtual Reality at General Motors, led the Systems Group at Industrial Light + Magic (a division of Lucasfilm), and was a research scientist at Fuji Xerox Palo Alto Lab. He currently lives on a plane traveling...
Cloning Instagram For Video Will Not Revolutionize Mobile Video

Cinemacraft lands new funding, led by 500 Startups, to ramp up its Videogram content platform

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Cinemacraft has capped a very busy past month by announcing that it has closed a new round of seed funding, led by existing investor 500 Startups. “The bridge round funding will be used to deploy pilots with publishers in US and Japan, hiring,  and to iterate on the product,” founder...
Cinemacraft lands new funding, led by 500 Startups, to ramp up its Videogram content platform

After taking on video embeds, Cinemacraft turns its attention to slideshows with Qixshr

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Tokyo-based Cinemacraft has already taken on the video embed with Videogram, which uses thumbnails to displays content scene-by-scene, and now the 500 Startups-backed firm is taking on the slideshow with new service Qixshr. The service, launched in full today, groups photos into a clickable collage that gives more depth than a...
After taking on video embeds, Cinemacraft turns its attention to slideshows with Qixshr

Interactive video platform Videogram launches Android version

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Android users who are avid video viewers now have cause for cheer – the interactive video platform Videogram, which even Jennifer Lopez took to releasing her new music video on earlier this week, has launched on Google Play. The startup behind Videogram, Tokyo-headquartered Cinemacraft, has introduced the Android version following closely...
Interactive video platform Videogram launches Android version

Japan's Cinemacraft moves to Silicon Valley, launching Videogram to breathe new life into thumbnails

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It’s not very often that you hear of Japanese startups breaking out of their insular home market to set up in the States, but Tokyo-based 500 Startups participant Cinemacraft is doing just that. It has announced that it is relocating to Silicon Valley and pivoting to offer a new service...
Japan's Cinemacraft moves to Silicon Valley, launching Videogram to breathe new life into thumbnails
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