There are cell phone applications for just about everything. And there is no shortage of apps that enable users to add UFOs and aliens to photos. One of these photo apps, Camera360, was responsible for several hoaxed photos that made headlines in 2013.
Mobile product company Picadelic released a new app titled FxGuru: Movie FX Director that enables users to add special effects to videos on their phones. The company describes that one of the app’s many features is the ability to “astound friends by filming a UFO invasion over your backyard.”
Although apps like this can be amusing, they also inevitably cause problems because there are always unscrupulous individuals trying to pass off these created photos and videos as legitimate evidence of UFOs and/or extraterrestrials. It is important for people to familiarize themselves with current technology, like these apps, so, hopefully, they will be better positioned to distinguish videos created with these apps from genuine videos that merit legitimate research.
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