Category : Cameras

Google Readies New Street View Cameras to Boost Machine Learning

Google’s car-mounted Street View cameras have been traversing the globe for a decade, offering users the opportunity to stroll down a street from the comfort of their computer screen. However, the cameras used to gather this data haven’t improved in…

No Comments / 23 View / January 31, 2018

Hasselblad Soups Up Its 100MP H6D With 400MP Multi-Shot Version

Recently it seems like smartphones have been having all the fun when it comes to computational imaging tricks. Portrait mode, bokeh, and synthetic telephoto are all the rage. But high-end camera maker Hasselblad doesn’t want to be left out. Its…

No Comments / 10 View / January 30, 2018

RealSense D400-Series Depth Cameras Are For Devs, Not Consumers (Hands On)

Intel launched a new generation of RealSense depth cameras this week, and they feature stereo cameras, updated depth modules, and Intel RealSense D4 vision processors. Intel’s RealSense D400 Series Depth Cameras offer advanced computer vision capabilities in a convenient form…

No Comments / 18 View / January 23, 2018

Facebook’s Brexit probe unearths three Russian-bought “immigration” ads

Facebook has provided more details about the extent of Russian digital interference related to the UK’s Brexit vote last year. Last month the social media giant confirmed that Russian agents had used its platform to try to interfere in the UK’s…

No Comments / 6 View / December 14, 2017

Amazon’s AI division is a revolving door of talent for Microsoft and Google

A recently released report shows that Amazon, over the last five years, has been involved in an AI-developer ménage à trois with Google and Microsoft. It turns out all three companies have a penchant for poaching talent in the machine-learning field from each other…

Comments Off on Amazon’s AI division is a revolving door of talent for Microsoft and Google / 18 View / October 19, 2017

Github launches new tools to say when your project’s dependencies get pwned

Github today announced the introduction of more robust security features for its users, which will help developers identify vulnerable dependencies in their code. The announcement came at the company’s flagship Github Universe conference, taking place at Pier 70 in San Francisco….

Comments Off on Github launches new tools to say when your project’s dependencies get pwned / 5 View / October 14, 2017

Zuckerberg sets a giant goal for virtual reality, but without a timeline

That’s about 13 percent of the world’s population. Zuckerberg threw out that goal as he opened the Oculus developers conference on Wednesday. He talked about using virtual reality to create jobs for people who live in areas where there is…

Comments Off on Zuckerberg sets a giant goal for virtual reality, but without a timeline / 6 View / October 5, 2017

Reports suggest we could soon see an iPhone with a foldable screen

I’m still recovering from the excitement of the still unreleased iPhone X, but the rumour mill waits for no man. Apple is reportedly working on a foldable iPhone, making the current models look like relics before they’ve even bedded in….

No Comments / 11 View / October 1, 2017

SONY’S RX0 HAS DJI IN ITS SIGHTS AS WELL AS GOPRO

The action camera space might seem crowded right now, not to mention commoditized, but Sony believes it has something sufficiently different. That’s the promise of high-end optics in a segment more commonly associated with ruggedness and ease of use, with…

No Comments / 30 View / September 16, 2017

SanDisk’s newest microSD card offers 400GB of storage

Is 200GB of microSD storage not enough for your needs? Well, we’ve got some good news for you. SanDisk today took the wraps off of a 400GB microSD card. This Class 10 card offers transfer speeds up to 100MB/sec and meets the…

No Comments / 12 View / September 11, 2017