La Jolla company links with EvoNexus

EvoNexus, a business incubator of CommNexus, recently entered an agreement to support La Jolla-based NewBlue on expanding market availability of Vibop, its patent pending, cloud-based technology for video editing, refining and social sharing across mobile devices and smartphones, according to a press release.

La Jolla-based CommNexus is a nonprofit, high-tech organization created to help stimulate the growth of new San Diego companies. It provides office space, mentoring and expertise as well as connections to other businesses and venture capital companies.

An easy-to-use mobile video editing technology, Vibop allows users to share their experiences through instant distribution of video snippets from their mobile phones — with their own personal “brand” and creative style. They can then post on their favorite social networks.

Over time, Vibop users are able to create a moment-by-moment video picture of their world more simply than the could using current video editing option. Vibop is based on NewBlue’s extensive and proprietary library of NewBlueFX video filters.

Melissa Jordan Grey, co-founder and chief creative officer, and Todor Fay, co-founder and chief technology officer, are both La Jolla residents and active in the community. Last year, they dedicated more than 300 hours on a pro bono music and video production for a La Jolla elementary school.

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