Image Cache: When you capture Australia at just the right angle, it can look more than foreign — it can look properly alien. That's the end result of these photos from Canon's 'Down Under From Above' aerial photography project, which turn Shark Bay on the WA coast into an orange and teal masterpiece that looks like something out of The Martian.
Unsurprisingly, the latest AI advancement in body camera technology comes no closer to increasing police accountability or officer transparency. As the public's push for body cameras has died down, tech companies are now making their own appeal for body cameras to the police departments that buy them: Offering sharper, smarter surveillance.
It's been a rough few years for photographer David Slater, the disputed owner of those monkey selfies from 2011. Slater found himself in an interesting legal quandary after his ownership of the famous photos was disputed by the likes of PETA and even Wikipedia. Now, Slater is apparently struggling financially, the costs of the ongoing court battles all but draining his coffers.
Nest's Wi-Fi home security cameras have just launched in Australia, but their cloud recording has answered a lot of tricky questions in the past. Like: how did this car end up in this pool? Well...
Nest, the ecosystem of connected home cameras and gadgets backed by Google and Alphabet, is launching into Australia. It's not talking about speeds and feeds, though, so much as it is peace of mind — about the security of knowing that your house is being monitored when you go on holiday, about the safety of knowing your smoke alarm is working when you switch off the light late at night. With the philosophy that its simple approach to two serious topics — home security and fire safety — are backed by some impressive user-friendly tech, it's set to shake things up.
A smartphone can get toasty playing graphics-heavy games in warm weather. An overclocked CPU will complain if insufficiently cooled. But an overheating digital camera? Turns out that while unusual, it can happen, as was the case for Eric Strebel and his Lumix GF7. Rather than do something normal like replacing it, Strebel decided to stick a giant heatsink to it instead.
Nokia's smartphones have long been known for having great cameras. Classic devices such as the N95 (2007), 808 PureView (2012) or Lumia 1020 (2013) all had industry-leading camera tech on board. But will Nokia's upcoming Android smartphones be just as great now that HMD Global is manufacturing them?
In a time when your average smartphone can capture immersive 360-degree photos using a clever app, how can consumers justify spending $800 on a spherical camera that does the same thing? It turns out they can't, which is why the creators of the Panono have filed for bankruptcy, and are in the process of selling off the company's assets.
If you've ever tried to be your own handyperson, you probably know the pain — and frustration — that comes with working in tight spaces. Whether you're unclogging a drain or cleaning behind the fridge, being able to peer into those nooks and crannies makes the job significantly easier, which is why the WiFi HD Waterproof Endoscopic Camera is an essential addition to any DIY arsenal.
Dear Giz, I'm interested in getting a camera that has a remote control to take self-portraits. What do you recommend? I don’t mind something easy to be used, it doesn’t need to be super high-tech, and I don’t like bulky cameras. Also is there some sort of mini tripod that goes with the camera? One I can put on a desk. Or do I need a regular tripod? I'm on a budget, I can spend maybe up to $2k all up? Eek, is that impossible?
Year after year, drones are becoming more popular with the public and the industry is expected to grow for the foreseeable future. This, coupled with an antsy commercial drone industry, has created a lot of regulatory headaches for the FAA. The latest proposal on the table is to create a remote identification system in order to increase accountability for pilots.