Tag "Camera"

The Future Of Cinematic VR

Jaunt VR – THE FUTURE OF CINEMATIC VR “Following more than two years of intensive research and development, we bring you a first look at Jaunt’s professional-grade stereographic cinematic VR camera, codenamed “NEO.”” – Jaunt VR – THE FUTURE OF CINEMATIC VR Unlike any virtual reality or 360-degree camera before the VR appeared at CES this year with keen interest. Keep in mind this is not intended for or available to the individual user,

What Is Power Over Ethernet?

Why Power Over Ethernet (POE)?  Why & When Should I use it?  Why Power Over Ethernet? Simply put, Power over Ethernet (POE) is a technology that allows network cables to also carry power (typically DC) in addition to the network signal. This is done in order to power network devices that require a low level of power in addition to a network signal to function properly. This is done without the need to run

The New iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Have Arrived !

Apple has Unveiled the new Larger iPhone 6, & even Larger iPhone 6 Plus! As expected, Apple unveiled two new iPhones yesterday. The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have larger screens at 4.7-inch, and 5.5-inch respectively. Both models have a new curved design similar in design to the latest iPads. The new iPhones have enhanced display’s in both technology and resolution. The iPhone 6 has an amazing 1334 x 750 pixels.

What? A 360 Degree Panoramic Camera Ball?

THE PANONO 360 DEGREE CAMERA Now this is WAY COOL!  You can capture way more than just a picture with the Panono Camera and discover a whole new experience. Send your Panono up into the air. What it brings back down will simply amaze you.  This goes way beyond the typical panoramic picture. The Panono Camera captures moments in their entirety that can easily be viewed and shared, providing a

Remember Polaroid?

Polaroid Socialmatic camera – CES 2014 Originally introduced as a concept back in 2012, the Android-based Socialmatic could revive the beloved Polaroid camera as we know it. An ink-less printing system enables users to print stickers of their sepia-tinted images, and customize them using the 4.5 inch touchscreen. The Camera is scheduled for release by the end of 2014. This is very cool !