Japanese Scientists Developed World’s Fastest Camera That Shoots 4.4 Trillion Frames Per Second

Japanese Scientists Developed World’s Fastest Camera That Shoots 4.4 Trillion Frames Per Second

A high-speed camera is a device used for recording fast-moving objects as a photographic image(s) onto a storage medium. After recording, the images stored on the medium can be played back in slow-motion. However, Japanese scientists now claim that they have created world’s fastest camera that can shoot a whooping 4.4 trillion frames per second.

By On August 15, 2014 Respond
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NASA Placing A Tiny 3D Printed Space Camera Into CubeSats

NASA Placing A Tiny 3D Printed Space Camera Into CubeSats

NASA is experimenting with small space cameras made almost entirely of 3D printed parts. The technology the agency is using is a bit different from the 3D printing you might be familiar with if you’ve used consumer printers. Like 3D printing with exuded plastic, the pieces are built layer by layer, from the bottom up.

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Blink: An Upcoming Wireless Smart HD Home Monitoring And Alert System

Blink: An Upcoming Wireless Smart HD Home Monitoring And Alert System

For those who want to keep a closer eye on their home or apartment while they’re away, there’s yet another product called Blink. Blink is an upcoming wire-free smart HD home monitoring and alert system that can be placed anywhere inside house.

By On July 27, 2014 Respond
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Polaroid XS100i: A Budget-friendly Waterproof Wi-Fi Video Camera For Families And Kids

Polaroid XS100i: A Budget-friendly Waterproof Wi-Fi Video Camera For Families And Kids

Looking for a budget-friendly waterproof Wi-Fi equipped video camera? Then you may think about Polaroid XS100i. It is a budget-friendly waterproof Wi-Fi camera for families and kids.

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Google Considers The Acquisition Of Home Security Firm Dropcam

Google Considers The Acquisition Of Home Security Firm Dropcam

Google seems to have a keen interest in home automation systems, something that perhaps fits in with its Internet-of-Things vision. The company is reportedly considering acquiring Dropcam, a home security firm that creates affordable and connected security cameras.

By On May 27, 2014 Respond
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Hacker Takes Over Baby Monitor, Shouts At The Baby

Hacker Takes Over Baby Monitor, Shouts At The Baby

Typically, hackers are lucid individuals with definite goals in their minds. But there are some hackers who screw with others’ lives for the sheer fun of it. Such a hacker recently took over a baby monitor in Ohio and started shouting at the baby.

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Google Releases Stock Android Camera App On Play Store

Google Releases Stock Android Camera App On Play Store

Google has released a Google Play version of its stock Android camera app. The app comes after a lot of anticipation and with a whole plethora of brilliant features. Here’s a quick rundown of the app’s features and functionality.

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Thieves Using Tiny Cameras To Steal Credit-Card Info From NYC Subway

Thieves Using Tiny Cameras To Steal Credit-Card Info From NYC Subway

At present, thieves have become smart too. Lately, it’s been reported that some clever thieves are now using tiny cameras to steal credit card info from NYC subway.

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[Video] Helmet Camera Captures Erratic Free-fall And Rescue Of Unconscious Skydiver

[Video] Helmet Camera Captures Erratic Free-fall And Rescue Of Unconscious Skydiver

Few days ago, 25-year-old British skydiver James Lee jumped out of a flying plane for a skydive. But he collided with a fellow skydiver and became unconscious. His helmet camera captured the erratic free-fall and rescue of his.

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[Video] Bird Steals Camera, Films Gorgeous Aerial Footage Of Penguin Colony

[Video] Bird Steals Camera, Films Gorgeous Aerial Footage Of Penguin Colony

Who said that birds can’t capture amazing photos or video? Striated Caracara has proved that it can also capture amazing photos. This bird stole a camera and filmed gorgeous aerial footage of Penguin colony!

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Gemini Planet Imager Lets Scientists Take Image Of Exoplanets Directly

Gemini Planet Imager Lets Scientists Take Image Of Exoplanets Directly

Until now, astronomers have detected nearly 1,000 planets outside of our own solar system, but they came to know very little about the composition of those planets. But, the Gemini Observatory’s Gemini Planet Imager (GPI) enables scientists to image exoplanets directly.

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Make A Non-functional Leica Camera Through Assembling A Single Flat Plastic Poster

Make A Non-functional Leica Camera Through Assembling A Single Flat Plastic Poster

German optics company Leica Camera AG manufactures Leica cameras. The first Leica prototypes were built in 1913. However, for Leica’s 100th anniversary, ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi in Brazil, has made a non-functional Leica camera through assembling a single flat plastic poster.

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Olympus Hopes To Return To Profit In 2014, Thanks To Mirrorless Cameras

Olympus Hopes To Return To Profit In 2014, Thanks To Mirrorless Cameras

The camera industry hasn’t exactly been doing great, with giants such as Olympus reporting annual losses for a while now. But the company hopes to return to profitability in 2014, thanks to growing sales of mirrorless cameras.

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Instagram Brings Private Messaging Via Instagram Direct

Instagram Brings Private Messaging Via Instagram Direct

Instagram has updated with private message via Instagram Direct which brings a new way to sent photo message, video message and comment. It also added new camera interface that introduced photo straightening and simplified some video settings.

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Taking Frequent Photographs To Remember Things Can Make Your Memory Sloppy

Taking Frequent Photographs To Remember Things Can Make Your Memory Sloppy

Today, every other person has a camera by virtue of owning a smartphone. And these cameras are turning us into mindless zombies. A study suggests that taking too many photographs to remember things impairs our memories.

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