Over 100 hackers, makers, designers, developers and visual artists came together for the 48-hour hackathon in London's Shoreditch.
At the end of the two-day event the various projects went before the judges, with Sharon winning Lionel and his team a prize of £500 as 'the most immersive and interactive visual experience'.
"Since using the very first iPhone, we have become accustomed to pinching our photos to zoom," says Lionel "However, interactivity through pinching videos, especially while it's playing, has never been a feature."
After proposing the idea to his team during the Hack The Visual hackathon, Lionel researched the concept and worked on the interface design and brand of the app.
"After a good rest from the hackathon, all of us are now brainstorming and evaluating the viability of taking it further, looking at possibilities of how we can turn this into an app or business." he says.
Find out more about Lionel and his team's build and development here���