YouTube and Justin.tv have made setting up your own mini-television channel a breeze. But one Ustream.tv partner recently upped the ante by making live video broadcasts as simple as turning your camera on.
A digital picture lets you preserve an image of something indefinitely, thanks to the resilience and longevity of digital data. Digitally preserving a whole object is an entirely different kettle o' fish, but the OrcaM reconstruction sphere makes the process fast, simple, and flawless.
There's really no easy way to talk about a camera that you swallow and swims through your colon, so we'll just forge ahead. All mental discomfort aside, this next generation capsule camera is pretty cool — it has a tiny motor that is guided wirelessly by an MRI that allows doctors to steer it for maximum precision.
How high-speed can a high-speed camera get? Try fast enough to watch a pulse of light itself move through a soda bottle.
The latest iPhone 4S has already been widely acknowledged as possibly the only camera you'll ever need, unless you're a DSLR fanatic. Now there's a super lens kit designed to help you get the most out of your digital point and shoot.
The enhanced video recording abilities of the iPhone has inspired a new breed of videographer, but what happens if you want to step in front of the camera but don't have a friend handy to man the tripod? Now there's an automated solution that will let you become a truly one-man-show.
Polariod has just released their new Z340 "instant" digital camera. It's a less-cool version of the GL30 that we saw at CES, featuring an integrated photo printer. It's a neat idea, but does it give you the "classic Polaroid instant experience" like the press release says it does? Our gut: No way.
Hidden in iOS 5 is a panorama mode for the iPhone's camera. It's turned off by default, but if you're willing to do a little tweaking, you can turn it on for your phone.
The Matrix came out in 1999. That's twelve freakin' years ago. Back then, the "bullet time" time-slice filming technique was brand new, but as CGI has taken over, it seems like bullet-time has faded away over the last decade. Except, apparently, for surfing. And bullet-time surfing is awesome.
Okay, I really love cameras, but I think Tyler Card loves Nikon cameras more than anybody else on the planet. Why else would he build Nikon D3 DSLR Halloween costume that actually takes real digital photos?