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DJI has launched its Geospatial Environment Online (GEO) 2.0 system in 32 European countries, the company has announced. Under this expansion, DJI has brought its more advanced bow tie-shaped runway safety zones as a replacement for its previous circle-based geofences. The drone company has tapped Altitude Angel as its partner for geospatial data on airports, Temporary Flight Restrictions, and ot
The Weird Lens Museum seems not only to be interested in odd lenses, but also unusual light sources for still life set-ups. Curator Mathieu Stern has published a video showing experimental work with off-visible-spectrum specialist Pierre Luis Ferrer in which they use a handheld UV light to illuminate fruit and everyday objects, making for strange, ethereal patterns and colors.The inside of a kiwi
Prosthetic hands can currently be controlled by placing electrodes on the skin that register signals from muscles underneath. But this method has its limitations, allowing only for simple movements to be performed, such as opening and closing the hand, and the user doesn't get much in the way of feedback from the prosthetics. A collaboration working under the EU-funded DeTOP project has de
Many cities are filled with awkward little plots that aren't suitable for building a standard house on, but ISA (Interface Studio Architects) has designed an interesting compact home that could make good use of them. Named Tiny Tower, the 1,250 sq ft (116 sq m) dwelling fits into a 12 x 29 ft (3.6 x 8.8 m) inner-city space. .. Continue Reading Tiny Tower brings small living to the big c
Tesla has rounded out a rather eventful 2018 with another profit, its second in as many quarters, with revenue almost doubling year-on-year. But it's not all sunshine and rainbows heading into 2019, as the electric carmaker prepares to pay off considerable debts while funding big expansions into China and beyond... Continue Reading Tesla turns another profit, but 2019 brings new challenges
Sony has detailed its upcoming version 4.0 firmware for its VENICE motion picture camera system, adding optional High Frame Rate (HFR) license speeds for shooting at up to 120fps at 4K 2.39:1 and 60fps at 6K 3:2. When using anamorphic lenses, the VENICE cameras can also be used to shoot at 75fps at 4K 4:3 and 110fps at 4K 17:9. According to Sony, these new frame rate options are ideal for commerc
the cases are designed for the new XR, XS, and XS max iphones. The post RIMOWA brings iconic grooves to latest iphone cases appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
GoPro has announced a major beta firmware update for its Fusion 360-degree camera. With the new firmware the camera gets a resolution bump from 5.2 to 5.8 video (5.6K when stitched) and the new resolution also supports 24fps frame rates, making it easier to incorporate the Fusion into TV and film production processes.In addition the gets a new 5.6K/24fps time lapse video mode and RAW photo suppor
Camera gear company Vello has announced its new LW-500 Extendá Plus Wi-Fi Camera Controller for remote camera control. The new controller supports select Canon and Nikon, as well as most Sony cameras, making it possible to wirelessly control them using a Windows, Mac, Android or iOS device from as far away as 60m / 197ft.The Extendá Plus brings remote access to select cameras, enabling users to b
At CES this week, Nvidia has unveiled a new entry-level graphics card for its recently-released RTX 20 series. The RTX 2060 has the same focus on ray tracing techniques as the RTX 2070, 2080 and 2080 Ti, but strips away some of the higher-end features to bridge the gap between last generation and the new one... Continue Reading Nvidia's latest GPU brings ray-tracing down to entry-level Ca


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