Disney Research has come up with a new way to render high-quality visuals for its animation, according to Phys.org. This method was designed to salvage pixel inaccuracies while retaining graphical detail. It's an approach which will reportedly boost…
Editing footage can take an annoying amount of time. Max Burton's Matter Design studios created a smart camera to solve that problem, the Graava. It's a full-HD camera that uses a built-in accelerometer and GPS to automatically edit footage.
Want everyone in the room to see the picture you just took? Slide lets you share images with strangers via Bluetooth. There are no contacts in the app. You can just push photos to anyone you want who is within 200 feet of you.
Like all startups, Snapwire, the on-demand stock photo agency, needs to raise funds to grow. Its CEO, Chad Newell, is currently exploring the potential of a mini IPO, thanks to changes to securities regulations.
Nikon is adding three new pro/enthusiast FX-format lenses to its lineup, including an affordable super-telephoto and a fast prime lens. Two lenses also introduce a new electronic aperture control for high-speed photography.
Epson is bringing its EcoTank ink system stateside. EcoTank printers have a ink reservoir compartment that can be refilled using affordable ink bottles. The inks last up to two years, but the printers cost more to purchase.
We're really bad at picking photos that actually look like us. According to scientists from the University of New South Wales in Australia, "we are so poor a picking good likenesses of our face that strangers make better selections."
Fujifilm's new X-T1 IR mirrorless camera is designed not for photographers, but professionals in law enforcement, medical research, fine art restoration, and surveillance. The camera is able to "see" light invisible to human eye.