3D scans of your own face to try on makeup or create custom avatars could be easier to find this year if this new startup is successful. Bellus3D has the hardware to take scans from your smartphone -- now they just need software developers.
KitSplit, a peer-to-peer photography rental platform based in the East Coast, has just acquired the similar West-Coast-based CameraLends, making the company the largest camera rental platform in the U.S.
Try on makeup before you buy -- without a makeup counter? It could be possible soon with this new augmented reality mirror that lets you try on cosmetics in real time, along with sending personalized recommendations.
Ever flashed the peace sign in a selfie? You may want to think twice in the future if your phone has a fingerprint sensor securing it, because photo tech is now so advanced, only a picture is needed to steal your fingerprint data.
President Barack Obama’s farewell address will be live-streamed in 360 video on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube on Tuesday. The event is being captured using three Nokia OZO VR cameras strategically placed around the venue in Chicago.
2016 may have been the best year yet for drone sales -- but as prices fall, Parrot is cutting a third of its drone workforce. The company says it will be reducing the number of options and focusing on commercial drones.