NVIDIA’s New AI ‘Face-Swap’ for Pets Might Just Be the Greatest Thing AI Has Ever Accomplished!
Ever wonder what your pet would look like as a completely different breed or even species? Well, now with NVidia’s new AI ‘face-swap’ for pets, you don’t have to let your dreams stay dreams.
Scientists Create Contact Lenses That Zoom Reacting To Your Eye Movements
Old science fiction has been the inspiration for a lot of new technology…
Wedding Photography Workflow Tips For Couples Who Shoot Together
Make working together great for your clients, efficient for your business, and fun for you both.
Photographer Removes Phones In Images To Demonstrate Our Addiction to Technology
North Carolina photographer Eric Pickersgill offers us a glimpse into just how dependent we are to our phones in his series, Removed.
Fascinating Video Shows You Inside Canon’s EF Lens Technology
This 12 minute video made by Canon takes you inside of Canon EF lens technology, how the lenses were created and takes you through various lenses, optics, and coatings.
Sony’s Rumored APCS Technology, Not All It Was Cracked Up To Be?
Today, we have some interesting new information regarding Sony’s APCS (Active Pixel Color Sampling) sensor, which we first told you about earlier this week. This information significantly changes, for now, the outlook of this new technology in my mind.
Latest 3D Tech: A Geodome That Captures Your Every Move with 480 Cameras
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are developing 3D constructing technology that tracks movement with 480 cameras in a dome.
No Longer Hiring: Flying Drones May Replace Human Lighting Assistants
Researchers at MIT and Cornell have developed a flying, robotic lighting assistant that automatically detects and adjusts according to the movements of both subject and photographer. They simply call it a UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle).
Lytro Illum | Is This The Camera For The Internet?
Lytro has made a camera which may truly open up new avenues in our field. It seems to be the camera for a time when we’re obsessed with viewing images on screen.
New Camera Sensor Mimics an Insect Eye, offers limitless depth of field
Researchers at the University of Illinois have just released information about a new camera sensor that they developed that mimics the eyes of Insects such as flies. The sensors gives us a 180 degree field of view with no distortion and almost limitless depth of field.
Panasonic Developing Groundbreaking High-Sensitivity Sensors Featuring Color Micro-Splitters Instead of Traditional Color Filters
A traditional camera sensor uses color filters to record color into its RGB array. Unfortunately, this absorbs light the same way a color gel for flash absorbs light. Panasonic’s groundbreaking micro color-splitters work like micro prisms in splitting colors without losing light intensity.