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Cactus, a brand once used by a wide range of photographers thanks to its low cost yet high-quality products, has ceased operations and closed its photographic equipment business. Strangely, it doesn’t seem as though it notified all of its retail partners. While the company’s status was originally rumored in a story on DIY Photography in late March, the report cited a customer’s
Where will hydrogen fit in the clean transport mix? Not in trucking, says one of the world's largest heavy duty vehicle manufacturers, which is scaling back its fuel cell big-rig research and development operations in favor of battery-electric power.Continue ReadingCategory: Automotive, TransportTags: Scania, Truck, Transport, Hydrogen, Fuel Cell
both the mechanical and R&D teams at sunreef yachts worked on every aspect of the car to combine a knowledge of green tech with a passion for motorsports. The post yacht manufacturer designs fully-electric safari car with solar powered roof to support responsible tourism in africa appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies believes that Time of Flight, or ToF, sensors will become a standard in high-end smartphones. The company says the technology will overcome low-light focusing issues that currently plague the devices. In an interview with SemiconductorForYou, the Senior Vice President of Sensors at Infineon Philipp von Schierstaedt says that the company sees
its design references the veils worn by belly dancers. The post japanese kimono manufacturer is making ‘face veil’ masks for hospitality hostesses appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In 2015 a start-up called Light announced a product that appeared have the potential to revolutionize photography. The Light L16 was a portable camera that, according to the company, provided 'excellent low-light performance and DSLR-like image quality'. However, now it looks like Light has abandoned the consumer imaging market altogether and is instead focusing on the automotive sector.The L16 o
Australian accessories manufacturer Lucky has announced a new line of camera straps that feature new alloy clips that allow the strap to be taken off in a matter of seconds. A hoop of webbing is passed through a sprung clip and hooks on to the new clip and a safety latch is activated to ensure the clip doesn’t open by accident.The company says the idea was to produce a quick release system that d is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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