The Bootymachine.net project was live on the internet the first of January 2007. Its proposition was to use new connected technologies to take, process and share pictures.
The Bootymachine camera is a light version of the Duall Dualphoto app. It only offers the 'booty' photo filters and local functionalities (without social portalplane photography mode) based on the Bootymachine.net artistic project.
If you want a simpler way to create single or dualphotos without all the fuss of Duall, this is the photography app you will love.
3 month after Facebook was available to the general public, 9 days before the revolutionary unveiling of the iPhone by Steve Jobs, 5 years before Instagram was sold for 1 billion dollars, this project was the first proof of concept of a networked phone-based photographic app that would distinctively confine the captured image to a square shape and automatically apply a specific set of digital filters to create the like of analog Polaroid or Kodak Instamatic images.
While today similar photographic tools provide billions of users with this creative facility, these 365+1 photographs are the result of the first documented photographic project using such an infrastucture. Using a high end feature-phone, a computer running a specific set of scripted image filters, and some in-house internet server software, the photographs were automatically published online (in low resolution and high compression) every day of 2007 for everyone's availability since.
This project paved the way to the all of today's creative social-network photographic apps, the same that fundamentally are changing the way we take pictures.
more info and photos on Arles Photofestival Photo Folio page https://www.flickr.com/photos/124044529@N05/sets/72157653808756739/
and on official Tristan Zand photography page
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.