No one wants to come home from along but awesome day to edit the footage of said awesome day into a jealousy inducing reel. Feeling the burn and recording the footage is the fun part, and Blast Motion lets you do to that; it's a fitness tracker and video…
Check out this fabulous hyperlapse of L.A. that took two years to make from the first frame to the final edit. Its creator, Vadim Tereshchenko, has been making hyperlapse videos since 2012, tells DT he loves the process despite early frustrations.
Depth-sensing 3D cameras like the Microsoft Kinect have issues seeing in bright light. A new technology developed at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Toronto helps cameras make out the 3D contours in any lighting condition.
Great for memories of your next 1980s-themed party or simply because you want to see just how bad home videos looked 30 years ago, the new VHS Camcorder app offers iPhone users suitably crap video quality without having to lug around a massive old camera.
Sony's A7 mirrorless full-frame cameras are an exercise in sophisticated engineering. The tear-down team at iFixit took apart the new A7R II and found that it is indeed a feat of engineering. It's also very difficult to repair, if you aren't Sony.
If you own a supercar, you really don't want anyone dragging bunch of keys down the side of it. However, if it does happen, a dash cam might help to provide clues as to who did it, as in the case of this Aston Martin V8 Vantage.
The Bublcam is a small 360-degree spherical camera that lets you capture panoramic photos and videos similar to Google Street View. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the company announced all pre-orders have been shipped to customers.