Tag Archives: Digital Camera

FridgeCam Is On A Mission To Reduce Food Waste, From Inside The Fridge

Don’t have money to drop for a truly smart refrigerator (if there’s even any at this point)? No worries, a London-based tech company Smarter is here to help. Its FridgeCam is on a mission to reduce food waste, starting from within the fridge. According to the folks over at Smarter, 7 million tonnes of food and drink from homes were thrown away due to factor like expiration. It is the world’s first wireless camera designed to be used inside the chilling environment of a refrigerator, allowing you to see the contacts from anywhere in the world. Continue reading FridgeCam Is On A Mission To Reduce Food Waste, From Inside The Fridge

Evo GoCam: A Wireless Camera That Slips Onto The Back Of Your Phone

Selfie drone has kind of made selfie stick a thing of the past. We said ‘kind of’ because, firstly, not everyone can afford a selfie drone and secondly, not every place welcomes the presence of a drone. The solution? Back to the good’ol selfie stick, or tripod, or you could consider this: Evo GoCam. I am surprised Evo GoCam hasn’t got more attention. I think it might very well be the ultimate selfie tool. It is a camera that measures an astounding 6 mm (0.24”) thin and the best part is, it is part of a smartphone case which means it slips right onto the back of your phone. Continue reading Evo GoCam: A Wireless Camera That Slips Onto The Back Of Your Phone

Someone Made A Camera That Turns Captured Images Into Doodles

Camera, be it analog or digital, is gadget that is intended to capture what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG). Well, at least that’s the norm, but one tinkerer by the name of Dan Macnish decides to challenge this convention in the name of curiosity and fun. The camera he created is Raspberry Pi-powered shooter called Draw This. It is an instant camera that capture images into doodles you would find in some grade school students’ textbook. “Look ma, I drew our entire family!” “Well, Sonny, it was a good try, but son, are our family made of sticks?” Continue reading Someone Made A Camera That Turns Captured Images Into Doodles

Soundcam Will Turn You Into A Superhuman That Sees Sound

Do you know that there are human beings who can see sound? So, it is absolutely nothing wrong to say “did you see that sound?” True story. While some folks actually see sounds as colors, chances are “these folks” are not you and me. But with the Soundcam Handheld Acoustic Camera, both you and I can be superhuman with the ability to see sound. Soundcam is the first handheld sound camera that lets you experience seeing sound. Soundcam is, well, like a camera that capture sound and present it in visual form on a display, thus it literally lets you see sound. Continue reading Soundcam Will Turn You Into A Superhuman That Sees Sound

Redlight Dash Cam That Alerts Phone-Using Drivers When Lights Turn Green Is A Very, Very BAD Idea

Lets set the record straight here: using your phone for any purpose when driving is never good. No one should be doing that, ever. Not even when you are at the traffic light. However, for some reasons, some folks think some people don’t care anyways, so they have came up with hardware and software solution that will enable these folks not get honked at when they are fixated with their devices at the lights. The product in question is called Redlight Greenlight camera. It is essentially a wide FoV camera with high sensitivity sensor that recognizes stoplight and faces. Continue reading Redlight Dash Cam That Alerts Phone-Using Drivers When Lights Turn Green Is A Very, Very BAD Idea

Hasselblad’s Newest Shooter Captures 400 MP, Cost As Much As A Porsche

How businesses convince us we need to buy their products? I know. One of the many ways is to make their products more attractive via impressive prints with mind-boggling resolution, and these businesses have companies like Hasselblad to thank. The high-end camera maker has yet again pushes the boundary of what is possible in terms of resolution with the H6D-400c, a multi-shot camera that packs a cool 400 MP. That’s four-hundred-freaking-megapixel! Holy cow! The H6D-400c combines six exposures into one single image via sensor-shift technology to result in an image resolution of, wait for it… 23,200 x 17,400 pixels. What!?? Mind absolutely torn into bits and if your mind aren’t (blown), allow us to put it in perspective for you: with 23,200 by 17,400 pixels, you’d be getting a print of size measuring 77 by 58 inches (195.58 by 147.cm) at 300dpi. Continue reading Hasselblad’s Newest Shooter Captures 400 MP, Cost As Much As A Porsche

Top New Gadgets For Content Creators

Everyone can be a content creator today. Thanks to social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter, it is easy to advertise your work and attract a large audience. The same can be said for video sharing platforms such as YouTube. The tools you use to produce great content should never impose limitation to your creative process. A great content creator can produce appealing and engaging content using most gadgets available today; some YouTubers even rely on nothing but their iPhone to produce great videos. That said, there are some interesting new gadgets that make producing great content easier. Continue reading Top New Gadgets For Content Creators

This Trendy Bracelet Is Actually A 13MP Camera That Also Records In 1080p

Even with capable cameras on our smartphone some folks do not take photos or video as much as we should. Perhaps, it was the normalization of this simple task that we find it to be a chore to do so – just like walking. If you felt the same way, then perhaps, Cleep could be the best to happen since slice bread. Why? Because, Cleep is a waterproof wearable camera that lets you capture precious moments without wasting time to draw your smartphone, unlocking it and firing up the camera app. And no, it does not require you to stick it to the head. Continue reading This Trendy Bracelet Is Actually A 13MP Camera That Also Records In 1080p

Sony Brings The Imaging Prowess of RX Series To Action Camera

Clearly, when it comes to action cam, Sony didn’t think today’s offerings, possibly even it’s very own, do not have what it takes to cut it. We are talking about cinematic level kind of sporting actions here. Not just GoPro kind of footage. To this, the Japanese electronic maker has bring about imaging prowess of the company’s RX series to the world of action cameras. Designated DSC-RX0, this tiny imaging device promised to deliver high-quality imaging in a compact and tough construction that is waterproof, shockproof and crush-proof. Continue reading Sony Brings The Imaging Prowess of RX Series To Action Camera

I’m Back Wants To Turn Your Old Film Cameras Into Digital Cameras

While Yashica is back in business with a camera with faux film, an Italy company wants to turn actual analog film cameras into digital cameras. The product called I’m Back, is an add-on device that goes into where the film would normally go into, thereby taking over the job of capturing images. Instead of film, the attachment supposedly enables the camera original optic to shoot and capture images onto a 16-megapixel sensor which are then save onto a SD card and images are then viewable on an LCD display or on your smartphone attached to the camera as part of the setup. Continue reading I’m Back Wants To Turn Your Old Film Cameras Into Digital Cameras