Want to take panoramic photos with a single click? How about a video of your surroundings without having to sweep your camera around like a fool? Soon that may be possible, and not because of a fancy new digital camera case.
After Darth Vader took some time off, it’s nice to see that his underlings also get to take a vacation too. Rebels? Nah, let the sandtroopers or scouttroopers take care of them while stormtroopers take a greatly deserved break.
If you’ve ever had a hankering to create photography that’s based on some sort of automatic trigger, have I got a cool gadget for you. The Triggertrap will let you use just about any electronic signal to make your camera snap a picture on cue.
I don’t know anything about photography other than I have to remember the SD card, I need a charged battery, and if in manual mode on my DSLR just turn knobs until the light meter says I have a decent exposure.
Back in 2003, a CEO that photographer Robbie Cooper was taking pictures of told Cooper about how he used EverQuest to spend quality time with his kids who were living with his ex-wife. This eventually led Cooper to embark on a journey to discover more about MMORPG gamers and their virtual selves.
Digital cameras are a commodity now and just about everyone has one. The smartphone is replacing Some digital cameras but there are still a lot of folks that want a smartphone with a good camera and a camera as well.
I have a DSLR camera that I bought mostly for the fast shutter speed, so I could actually get pictures of my kids rather than photos of elbows or ears thanks to the wait for the shutter to go off on a point and shoot.
These 35mm film canisters-turned flash drives are probably the closest we’re gonna get from that neat digital film concept. If you really miss lugging canisters around whenever you go out and take pictures, then these are the flash drives for you.
Any time a week before and a week after April Fools’ Day, when I see something cool that looks like it is too good to be true I always get cautious. There is nothing in the description of the RE35 that screams “I’m a Fake” but the product seems like it’s something that would be very hard, if not impossible to make.
We’ve certainly seen our share of Kinect hacks around here, but I have to say this is one I haven’t run across before. These dramatic photos were shot using the infrared 3D mapping dots that the Kinect projects, viewed through an infrared lens filter.
I mentioned a while back that Holocube had grown its hologram projector system so that it could show full-size people. The thing still creeps me out a bit with images of ghostly folks lurking about. The company has come back and announced a couple new products.
I have often complained that my iPhone has a camera that is crap. The images are always dark, blurry, and just don’t look good. The iPhone 4 is a bit better than my 3GS was, but I still can’t get decent shots.
If you are the geeky sort that likes to wear those silicone bracelets that support causes, we have a new one for you that supports your photography geek status. These stretchy wristbands are called – simply enough – Lens Bracelets.
When I was a kid, my brother and I would make tents out of a sheet and a box fan when our parents wouldn’t let us get out a real tent. All you had to do was put the sheet over the fan and you ended up with a ready-made inflatable tent.
I laughed out loud when I saw this image. Come on, isn’t it hilarious? Two stormtroopers giving you an eye exam, making sure you know exactly how they feel!
My most recent eye exam was pretty painless, but you better believe that I would have preferred to read out loud these letters instead of the regular E-P-F-T-O-Z, etc…