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  1. About the first one.. That ridiculous rotating TV.. How about this:
    STOP RECORDING VIDEO INCORRECTLY!!! To quote Fafa from Glove And Boots, "Theater screens are horizontal. TV's are horizontal. Your eyes are horizontal! We weren't built to watch vertical video!
    video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dechvhb0Meo

    Hell, even the world and most things in it are horizontal from our perspective. (adding "from our perspective" so as not to encourage the flattards) We have a wide field of vision. Not a tall one.
    Instead of making pointless shit to turn a relatively tiny, yet expensive TV, How about ALL cellphone makers & carriers relase an update that locks the video function into horizontal.
    Oh you could still hold the phone wrong when recording.. It would just crop down to a 16:9 horizontal section of the sensor. To use the full resolution, you would hold it properly.

    Let me explain for the V.V.-ers.. Hold your phone in your right hand. But hold it with your palm forward. Thumb on the left side about an inch up from the bottom. middle ring and pinky on the right side with the pinky at the bottom. Now this is the really really hard part.. If you think you have the mental capacity and strength to do this part, please do… There is a seldom used joint at the base of your hand. Just tilt your hand to the left a little about 45 degrees or so. Now let your arm tilt a bit too. Stop when the phone rotates 90 degrees. (Level with the ground) WOW! The phone is in the correct orientation for video! SHOCKING! Now if you're left-handed just mirror what I told you, in your left hand. No big deal.

    V.V.: "But Cammi. If my thumb is holding the phone. how do I touch the record button? "
    Ah Yes. The next tricky part. Did you know, that your screen will indeed respond to your other fingers?
    V.V.: "WHAAAAT? B-b-but I only ever used my thumb to scroll and swipe! I-I can't…"
    Yes you can! Look, you see your index finger? Just bend it in toward your palm. Go on.. a little more. there ya go! Touch the button with it. I promise it will work! AMAZING right?! You can even swipe to zoom in/out like that. And if you cant quite reach the other side of the screen you DO have another whole hand to use! YEAH! Ain't that something?!
    You see. You CAN record video properly. Then it will fit not only your phone screen but also computer monitors, TV's and hell if your video is really good, they might even show clips of it at theaters! In FULL SCREEN! Hot shit, Huh?!

    You're welcome!

  2. I have had a Dell computer monitor that changes between portrait and landscape for, ooohhh… Abouy eight years now. That Samsung rotating TV is hardly a new idea brah!

  3. That TV… Bahahaha! We don't need to clutter our world with ridiculous crap like this… just film things the correct way!! Portrait mode looks lame AF!

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