We're about to see the first portable, handheld 3D scanner that will allow anyone to point, shoot, and transform the real world into digital constructs.
Would you let a set-top box with a built-in camera watch you so it can make personalized recommendations?
DARPA's got a new toy called the ARGUS-IS and it's bad news for anyone who thinks they can pick their nose in public and get away with it.
The cameras built into smartphones keep getting better, but this means that fewer and fewer people are carrying around a separate camera just for picture taking. Rather than trying to buck this trend, camera accessory maker Manfrotto has decided to embrace the iPhone, by giving it some accessories to pump up its photo performance.
Tripods are great if you want to take some serious pictures or video, but most seem to top out at a less than useful height. The Tree-Pod fixes that problem, with a reach that extends almost 11 feet into the sky.
They say you shouldn't leave your fancy gadgets lying around unattended, but who knew this could be a problem when you're sitting on the ocean floor?
A new camera idea joins the many tech products that go by the name Iris, but this one might be the coolest yet. This new technology aims to use eye-tracking and biometric detection to provide a totally frictionless device for taking photos. In other words, it shoots when you blink.
Never say never. What was once an Asia and Europe exclusive, Nokia's 808 PureView smartphone with its 41-more-megapixels-than-your-DSLR overkill will officially arrive in the U.S. as an unlocked and unsubsidized smartphone. And it's going to set you back a few big ones.
It's not quite as compact as ADR Studio's Socialmatic Instagram camera, but we think this "Instagram Camera" is hands-down the best camera you can pay $2,000 and clearly the camera of the year.
We've been saying for a very long time that the megapixel war is over. Today's cameras pack more than enough pixels for most people to work with. Here's a 112-megapixel sensor where megapixels matter.