Friday, December 6

Ryan Trihernawan, a third-year computer science student, released ShuutMe, a video-sharing app for iPhone and Android, last week. Inspired by film industry marketing strategies, each video in the app has a limited number of times it can be viewed before it becomes private, emphasizing exclusivity over mass consumption.
(Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin)

Student creates video-sharing app with limited view system ShuutMe

Over the course of six months, Ryan Trihernawan spent more than 1,000 hours sitting in front of his computer, his eyes straining, his fingers aching from typing ceaseless lines of code. Read more...

Photo: Ryan Trihernawan, a third-year computer science student, released ShuutMe, a video-sharing app for iPhone and Android, last week. Inspired by film industry marketing strategies, each video in the app has a limited number of times it can be viewed before it becomes private, emphasizing exclusivity over mass consumption. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin)

Ryan Trihernawan, a third-year computer science student, released ShuutMe, a video-sharing app for iPhone and Android, last week. Inspired by film industry marketing strategies, each video in the app has a limited number of times it can be viewed before it becomes private, emphasizing exclusivity over mass consumption.
(Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin)


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