About 60 miles (97 km) east of Seoul, South Korea, you will find a gigantic two-story building in the shape of a Rolleiflex, a popular line of medium format twin lens reflex (TLR) cameras.
BlackBerry has released this amazing video of their new photography technology for the new BlackBerry 10. Vivek Bhardwaj explains that the BlackBerry 10 detects faces and can even turn back frames to get the exact right shot. It’s like going back in digital photography time. Read more on TechCrunch, Time, and PetaPixel.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/05/02/new-blackberry-camera-can-go-back-in-time/
Meet the most confident nose picker in the world! He was caught picking his nose during Thursday night’s Knicks and Trail Blazers game and decided to follow it up with a cocky wink directly at the camera. Deja vu?
Video via Youtube. H/T: SB Nation
Video can capture priceless moments — but not if you miss the shot.
meMINI is a wearable Wi-Fi-enabled camera with recall, which helps users save film-worthy moments in high-definition video after they’ve already come and gone.
Looping footage is captured every five seconds to five minutes. To permanently store the last recorded moment, users can press the recall button to transfer a file to cloud-based storage or the camera’s internal memory. The meMINI can loop video for three continuous hours on a full charge.
What’s more, users can attach the camera to their clothing via its magnetic back plates; this allows them to easily take it on the go.
An app compatible with iOS and Android can control the camera, the footage and how video is stored. It also lets users share moments they’ve recorded via email, social media or with the meMINI community.
meMINI co-developers Ben Bodley and Sam Lee are raising money for the device on Kickstarter. At press time, the device has already surpassed its original funding goal of $50,000.
“Technology changes—our memories should last forever,” the camera’s Kickstarter video explains. “Imagine if there was a device that captured our favorite moments that would otherwise be lost.”
Read more: http://mashable.com/2014/01/16/memini-wearable-camera/