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the all-in-one camera crew to capture the skills of athletes and outdoor enthusiasts, whatever the terrain.The post autonomous selfie drone tracks users while freely navigating the environment appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As I wandered the show floor at CP+, I stumbled across a stand of what at first glance looked like fishing rods. However, I soon realized they were gigantic telescoping camera support poles. Though not new inventions in and of themselves, nor are they new products from BiRod at this year's CP+ show, but nevertheless, they struck me as a rather unique and pretty interesting camera accessory. I
China's Vivo introduced an interesting concept smartphone earlier this week. Not only does the Apex almost get rid of bezels from the front, but sounds belt out from the screen itself, users no longer have to fiddle with tiny fingerprint scanners to unlock the phone and the front camera pops up from inside the body when needed, and disappears when not...Continue Reading Vivo's Apex smartphone
tiny stories and satires by ruby silvious. The post rembrandts hold selfie sticks, on ruby silvious’ tea bags appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
HTC has launched a new variant of its U11 smartphone called the HTC U11 Eyes, and it's built specifically for selfie takers (cue eye roll). The name "Eyes" refers to the handset's chief feature: dual front-facing cameras, which resemble a pair of eyes and bring features like live bokeh and post-focusing to selfies.HTC packs some other premium features into the model, including an 18:9 ratio Full
Joining the GorillaPod Mobile Rig recently launched by JOBY comes another new product from the company: the GripTight PRO TelePod. This little telescoping tripod doubles as a lightweight extending pole and is designed primarily for professional video creators working with smartphones or small cameras, such as an action cam.The JOBY GripTight PRO TelePod supports both landscape and portrait modes,
What do selfies from the South Pole have to do with deep space missions? Quite a lot, actually. On November 20, NASA used a selfie taken outside Antarctica's McMurdo Station at the bottom of the world and sent to the International Space Station to show off a new technology called Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN). This communication technology will allow spacecraft far from Earth to commun
NASA's Webb Space Telescope has got into the selfie scene. As part of the telescope's extensive cryogenic testing, NASA engineers had the giant instrument snap an image of itself that was used to test the alignment of the individual primary mirror segments and how they interact with the spacecraft's intricate optical systems...Continue Reading Webb Space Telescope snaps a selfie for scienceCa
Wake up with IR! Here's today's cup of Caffeine Priority... The saga of the "monkey selfie" came to an end earlier this month. For those who are unfamiliar with the story, the gist of it is that an Indonesian macaque, Naruto, used photographer David Slater's camera to take a selfie. That selfie, which is the index image for this article, has been used by many media outlets since its c
Photo: David SlaterPETA has announced that it has settled its copyright lawsuit against photographer David Slater over his iconic "monkey selfie," a self-portrait allegedly taken by a macaque named Naruto. The image went viral a few years ago, ultimately catching the attention of PETA, who argued that Naruto—not Slater—was the image's legal copyright holder. This spurred a lawsuit that has dragge 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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