Moju is a whole new way to capture and share life's moments. Simply point and shoot up to 24 frames and twist your device left and right to see your images move. Mojus are kinda like those 3D holographic stickers you used to collect as a kid. Use Moju to create selfies in motion or capture your favorite places as you walk down the street.
Moju has raised $1 million from Eugene Jhong, Eduardo Saverin, and Alex Saverin. According to TechCrunch, the funds will be used to build more personalization, automation, and relevance into the app.
“I think what we have is a new content type that is much more expressive than photos and much simpler than videos,” says founder Mok Oh, who graduated from MIT. He adds that photos are often too concise, while even a one-minute video is too long nowadays. Moju hits the sweet spot in between. For now, the free app is only compatible with iOS.