Casey Neistat, one of the most influential youtubers on the Internet, now has his own social network: Beme.
It's a new place where you can share your moments on video, similar to Snapchat, but where you'll broadcast your own first-person view, in other words, what you're seeing and not your own image. Thus, it intends to show the true reality, without interferences or aesthetical modifications.
The social network without selfies.
Realism and naturalness arrive on this social network
In this case, you have to lay your iPhone against your chess. The proximity sensor will enable the camera to record everything that happens in front of you. Just like in Snapchat, the videos recorded are ephemeral and, once they are played by the recipient, they'll disappear forever.
Furthermore, Beme's developer wants it to be perceived as a natural social network, as it doesn't include filters or emoticons, and videos can't be edited whatsoever. If you manage to try it out, you won't come across the typical social network, but just a simple interface where you can see the reactions of the rest of users when they view what you're sharing.