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May 25, 2014 Smartphone photography has enjoyed a meteoric rise in popularity over the last few years, and it's no wonder why. According to studies, some 58 percent of American adults and 79 percent of teenagers own a smartphone. And that means they'
November 15, 2012 The Lytro light field camera -- just one amazing new holiday gift Next Friday, the 23rd of November, shoppers on and offline will be hard at it hunting holiday deals for 2012. Black Friday this year, affords some special incentives
Comments Luxurious Gifts of 2011 If you're interested in a little bit of window shopping before Christmas, might as well window shop with the best of them right. These are the most luxurious, most exclusive gifts you can find under your tree this
two versions of the same picture of the Empire State Building in New York. In the first (left), the tower and a faint rainbow to the right of the building can be seen; in the second, the raindrops on the window pane through which the shot was taken
Two recent stories concerning innovative uses of light in new technologies are worth sharing. They set no speed records, but each made a breakthrough in their respective fields of interactive displays and photography. First, researchers at Carnegie
The days of taking a snapshot on a camera and wasting film if it was out-of-focus are long-gone, but that amateur photographers don't feel angst when they miss a great shot by focusing on the wrong thing. A new Lytro camera, known as a light-field
It's introducing a true point-and-shoot camera that takes "living pictures."...It can also "switch seamlessly between 2D and 3D views" and allow for better pictures in low light conditions. Get More IBTimes Must Read The concept/technology behind