GNOME's work on a revamped and repurposed 'Epiphany' web browser - which seeks to make the browser a core part of the GNOME experience - is coming along nicely. The redesign of Epiphany, which is relabelled 'Web' in the app itself, seeks to to offer GNOME users a 'simple, clean, beautiful view of the [internet].'
GNOME developer Raluca has been working on bringing the cool video effects from webcam app 'Cheese' over to Empathy's video chat window.
Take a peek at some crazy new video effects coming to the Cheese webcam tool in this video by Daniel Siegel & Andreas Nilsson.
Facial recognition software may be nothing new but did you know you can use your webcam to log in to your Ubuntu desktop? Logging in to Ubuntu with nothing more than a smile is possible using the pam-face-authentication utility which was specifically designed for regular everyday users to use.
Photostory is a small application for taking a daily snapshot of yourself using your webcam. The main draw over, say, simply reminding yourself to take a picture with Cheese is that Photostory is able collate […]
Pongo is a small, free screen recording utility that merges video of your desktop, your webcam and sound from your microphone together, out putting it into one single .ogv file ready to edit, adjust or […]
Ever wanted to live-cast your Ubuntu desktop, slide show or even your webcam with some snazzy effects to UStream and similar live-broadcast sites? WebCamStudio for Linux makes it a snap. The JAVA-based application allows you […]
There are some incredibly useful applications that don’t ship with Ubuntu one for reason or another. Below I list my 5 of the best applications you might be missing out on! Pitivi – Simple Video […]