Would you spend over $2,000 on a photograph you haven't seen yet? That's what buyers at a recent experimental auction hosted by Canon Australia did. After winning the bid, buyers watched their new image print on site.
The Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 spent a few laps this past weekend testing out a 360-degree camera as it whipped its car around the Yas Marina Circuit during the free practice sessions for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
OnePlus, which is no stranger to crazy marketing stunts, has shot an unboxing video for the new OnePlus 3T smartphone in an environment that suit's the new phone's extra speed. Where? The cockpit of a fighter jet flying at 700mph.
As part of its recent update, Instagram introduced a feature that notifies someone when you take a screenshot of their disappearing image or video. However, the Snapchat-style feature has some Instagrammers confused.
Drones are expected to sell in huge numbers this holiday season, with the choice of affordable options ever greater than last year. In a bid to promote safe flying, the FAA has just released a short video with some helpful advice…
The VLC media player has just added another trick to its bag – support for 360-degree video. The functionality is currently offered as a technical preview for desktop, and should also be coming to Android, iOS, and Xbox One, as well as VR…
Photographers are often drawn to the colors of film, so a software company used actual high-end film to train this artificially intelligent photo editor. RNI Colibri is the latest in a line of iOS apps to imitate film-quality media.
This updated plug-in serves as a Shazam for images, bringing up results from four different reverse image search engines in one click. PhotoTracker Lite can help make manual image tracking less time consuming.
Your photos deserve a home better than your smartphone. Here to give it to them is CanvasPop, which will turn your Instagram snaps, Prisma photos, or just about any other pictures you can find into works of art -- on canvas.
Didn't think OK Go could beat that amazing zero gravity music video? The band may have come close with this new video for The One Moment, where 4.2 seconds of footage is stretched out in slow motion to last the entire song.
Adobe demonstrated a sneak peek of Sky Replace at Adobe MAX this year. The simple tool can automatically replace a boring or overexposed sky in a photo, but the underlying technology is more complex than it sounds.