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Have you ever wondered how you would document the apocalypse after we've lost electricity? Since film cameras are relatively rare, it's an interesting question.
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As Mayor Bill de Blasio looks to increase security at public housing developments where crime is on the rise, one of the chief weapons in his arsenal is security cameras, but do they work? NY1's Courtney Gross looked at housing projects which have already received cameras and found that their record is mixed when it comes to making things safer.
Critics and rivals misunderstood the editor of 'Aperture' for years, but a new retrospective at the Getty reveals Minor White's quiet brilliance.
Cellphone chipmaker Qualcomm is buying the imaging operations of CSR plc, which are based in Israel, according to local reports.
Kopin Corporation , a leading developer of innovative wearable computing technologies and solutions, today announced the addition of the A914 Display Driver and CyberDisplay nHD display.
The free open-source MindRDR software has been developed by London firm This Place and lets users control the device using brainwaves alone.
While books printed in Braille have afforded blind and visually impaired people with the ability to "read, it has many limitations regarding what is readable in a world filled with forms and other important paperwork, which up until now had either had to be read to them by a sighted person, or first translated into the coded system of raised dots ... (more)
Check out this article! http://venturebeat.com/2014/07/09/googles-camera-app-will-let-you-take-photos-remotely-via-your-wearable-device/ Android Wear users will receive an update to Google's Camera app that lets them use their wearable device as a remote control to snap photos with their tablet or camera.
For over 20 years, Ron Wimmer of Wimmer Photography in Wauwatosa has been the industry leader in photography.
I KNOW I'm no longer myself when I see my own body standing beside me. What's more, when I look down, I see the body of a man.
Tablets and smart phones are a great way to carry and share photos; they have replaced those little photo albums called "brag books" that people used to carry in their purses or gear bags.
The Privacy Commissioner John Edwards has just released the 'Need to Know or Nice to Have' guideline, which will help developers understand obligations under the Privacy Act when collecting personal information.
Siblings Danyria Wilson, 11, and Daniel Wilson, 10, of Flint practice using their new cameras at The Shelter of Flint on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 in Flint.
Google has big hopes for its Glass head-mounted computer, chief among them a desire to make the unit smaller and more comfortable to wear.
MIRTEC, "The Global Leader in Inspection Technology," will exhibit in Booth #5444-1 at SEMICON West 2014, scheduled to take place July 8-10 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.
Share your summer snaps with the Lancaster Guardian for a chance to win a digital camera worth more than 250.
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