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Black-stained concrete forms the exterior of this home in the mountains of Córdoba by Argentinian studio AR Arquitectos. Read more
DxO has announced 1,693 new Optics Modules for its software, including DxO PhotoLab, PureRAW, FilmPack and ViewPoint. The new corrections bring the total number of supported camera and lens combinations within DxO's software to more than 80,000. DxO's corrections are among the best in the industry. Each camera and lens combination correction is individually crafted by DxO's engineer
revealed at CES 2023, the brow magic incorporates 2,400 tiny nozzles and printing technology with up to 1,200 dpi printing resolution. The post new l’oréal applicator uses AR to print up the perfect eyebrow look in seconds appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Worldwide shipments of virtual and augmented reality headsets dropped 12% to 9.6 million this year according to data from CCS Insight – a problem for Meta and other tech companies that […] The post ShinyShiny snippets: Sales of AR and VR headsets tumble, data shows appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Click here to read our Sony A7R V Hands-on Review The Sony A7R V is more evolution than revolution for the high-res Alpha "R" series, but that doesn't mean there's not a lot to like. While the 61-megapixel sensor remains unchanged, Sony has made many other changes to the A7R V, ranging from minor to significant. Among key new features is a new autofocus system with AI-pow
While technology is making major strides in absorbing our eyes and ears in virtual worlds, it’s harder to engage senses like touch. Engineers at the City University of Hong Kong have now developed WeTac, a thin, wearable electronic "skin" that provides tactile feedback to users in VR and AR.Continue ReadingCategory: Wearables, TechnologyTags: Haptic, Haptics, Tactile, Gloves, Hand, Touch, VR, Vir
Click here to view our Sony A7R V Gallery Joining our existing lab test shots for the Sony A7R V, we've now published our first real-world gallery images for Sony's latest high-resolution Alpha mirrorless camera. The Sony A7R V uses the same 61-megapixel sensor as the A7R IV, so we know the new camera will produce amazing image quality, especially at low ISO settings. W
Click here to see our Sony A7R V Sample Images After reviewing the Sony A7R IV a few years ago, we wondered if it was Sony's most versatile camera ever given its combination of a high-resolution sensor, excellent AF and overall nimble performance. But now, a much-anticipated successor is here, and while the new Sony A7R V keeps the same fantastic sensor as before, it packs in

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