Apr 23, 2014


Published on Apr 22, 2014 With LYTRO ILLUM, experience breakthrough photography with the first high-end camera that lets you capture and harness the power of light field, allowing you to create living pictures. Explore focus, perspective, and depth of field in a single picture. Lytro software lets you transform those pictures into cinematic animations that can be experienced on desktop and mobile devices and turned into 3D at the touch of a button.

Lytro Emotion Gallery

Lytro Illum Camera | Hands On

Published on Apr 22, 2014 Ren Ng gives us a first look at the Lytro Illum and the iPad app that allows users to change focal length at will as well as enjoy a parallax view of each image.

Apr 22, 2014

Tasmanian night sky (4k-Ultra HD)

Published on Apr 20, 2014 i have put together some various night sky time lapses i have taken in tasmania over the past 6 months into one big complication. make sure to watch in ultra HD 4K.

DJI - Making a Splash at NAB 2014

Published on Apr 18, 2014 Didn't get a chance to see us at NAB? Watch all the excitement right here instead. Next year we'll be back bigger and better. See you there!

Apr 18, 2014

How to Change Eye Color in 1 Minute in Photoshop!

Published on Apr 17, 2014 In 1 minute, learn how to change eye color in Photoshop using a basic selection, masking, and Adjustment Layers. "Minute Photoshop" videos aren't meant to be in-depth tutorials. They are available to give yo

Apr 15, 2014

MisTable: Reach-through Personal Screens for Tabletops

Published on Apr 10, 2014 Follow @BristolIG on twitter for the latest updates. Diego M. Plasencia, Edward Joyce, Sriram Subramanian, MisTable: Reach-through Personal Screens for Tabletops, In Proc. CHI'14, to appear

Apr 13, 2014

Attica Greece - M2904 (April-2014)

Landscape Photography - Attica Greece (E24V1.0)

Seaside view of Attica Greece in a slideshow high resolution (4k) photos. More Photos here: Google+: goo.gl/RhHWIz Serifos Community: goo.gl/m0I3u Blog: goo.gl/ngD10 Facebook: goo.gl/I63Alr Flickr: goo.gl/6qbBsW

Apr 12, 2014

The Kessler Parallax™ system provides automatic panning and fixed-point shooting capabilities to the Kessler line of sliders. Previously only capable with motorized panning devices, Kessler Parallax™ accomplishes inward and outward panning shots, providing users a second axis to their linear movements. The Kessler Parallax’s™ non-intrusive design allows users to choose between automatic panning or standard linear sliding without removing the Parallax bar.

Kessler Parallax Overview from Kessler Crane on Vimeo.