Look up, friends. This isn't your average drone. Meet the Flying Eye from 360 Designs, heralded as the world's first broadcast quality 6K VR drone. It's capable of streaming live, 6K, 360-degree video over a range of five miles.
As more photos are being taken but fewer photos are being printed, Nations Photo Lab CEO Ryan Millman discusses what's next for the industry. The key, he suggests, is innovation in products and software.
Neural networks are now capable of making a unique sketch, thanks to Google Research. The researchers intentionally made the computer forget the original sketch to see what it would generate on its own.
The latest update to Google Photos on Android allows users to stabilize video electronically. The feature isn't yet available on iOS but launched on Android earlier this week, along with a few other new edits.
A DSLR is no longer the second-best-selling full-frame interchangeable lens camera brand -- that title now belongs to Sony and its mirrorless A7-series. Record sales have propelled the company into the top slot.
The Samsung Gear 360 camera is now 46 percent off from Amazon, bringing the price down to just $189 for a limited time. The Gear 360 lets you create your own VR experiences and is the best 360-degree camera for Galaxy owners.
The number may be the same, but the DJI Phantom 4 Advanced sees significant camera upgrades with a larger sensor, higher frame rates, and mechanical shutter. The update also adds over a mile to the controller range.
Sure, you can rig six action cameras together as an underwater camera, or you can use three with bigger sensors for better performance. That's the idea behind the $15,000 Boxish 360 pro-level underwater camera.