It's a familar scenario. You're traveling with a friend and she poses in front of a famous monument. You're ready to take her picture with your phone but there's a constant stream of people and vehicles getting in and out of your shot. What are your options? You could wait for the right lull in traffic to press the shutter key or you could use Remove -- Scalado's new object removal technology.
During its Max design conference this week Adobe previewed a number of features that are currently i n the works . For example, the company is building a tool called Monument Mode that'll allow you to remove unwanted people, cars and other objects from those vacation photos with a single click.
BiasFX, an iOS app from Positive Grid, promises to turn your iPad into a world-class guitar amp and effects processor.With dozens of high-quality amp simulations, stomp boxes, and rack-like processors, this software aims high.Does it hit the mark? This review is guest-written by my husband, Butch, who will help us answer this question.
Matter - Add 3D Objects to Photos by Pixite is Apple’s free iOS app of the week.Apple’s Free iOS App of the Week: Matter – Add 3D Objects to Photos is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
On the back of the camera is a removable1150mAh rechargeable lithium battery.I give the camera some points for being able to replace the battery, but it loses points in the fact that youcan only charge when attached to the camera via a microUSB cable instead of a standalone wall charger.At first glance, you can see that this camera looks just like one of theGoPro HERO cameras.
Today we're having a peek at the photos we've been able to capture with the newest round of Samsung Galaxy S6 devices. As the hardware in each of the Galaxy S6 collection's bodies is the same or so similar it doesn't make a difference device-to-device, we're making no differentiation here between models. The tests are done, the reviews are done, now it's time to see some results.
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If you want to do some 3D scanning, you usually have to get either a dedicated scanner or a less-than-elegant add-on . Microsoft Research and the University of Oxford think there's a better way, though. Their MobileFusion project captures 3D models using only an app on your smartphone.
The FLIR ONE uses technology called MSX stitching which takes a thermal and a regular image at the same time and superimposes them together so you can see an outline of various objects. You can also scroll the image up to see the visible image behind the thermal image.In addition to snapping regular photos, you can also take panorama photos and time-lapse video.
A super secret project that Twitter has been working on is about to be unveiled for public use soon. Called Project Lightning, it's all about helping curate the best content on the micro-blogging site to help users, and even non-users, follow and keep up to date with all tweets, posts, videos, pictures, that are relevant to an ongoing global event, cultural phenomenon or breaking news story.
LinkedIn is a social network aimed at pros who are looking to expand their professional reach. Like most social networks, you can add and remove friends. LinkedIn has now announced a revamped messaging service that makes it easy to have conversations of a professional nature from within the app.
I’ll admit that when the opportunity to review the GoGo Robots Selfie Stick, I didn’t know what to expect. I think that I missed the “selfie” generation, and have never quite understood the phenomena, but I have a 19 year old son who seems to take selfies all of the time. According to Amazon.com’s Web site, the GoGo Robots selfie stick is the #1 selling selfie stick.
Fly Labs, a video and photo editing startup, has announced that it has been acquired by Google. Says the startup team, they will be joining Google — in particular, Google Photos — in the company’s Mountain View, California headquarters.
Even though I’m the Gadgeteer, I don’t upgrade my personal phoneevery few months like some people might expect. I’m still using the LG G3 that I purchased last August. That means that in a few short weeks that I’ll have been using the same phone for an entire year.
I love indoor security cameras. I have what I consider a healthy bit of paranoia and love the peace of mind security cameras give me. Prior to my employment with The Gadgeteer I had purchased two Foscams, and early on I was given the chance to review the Oco Cam . Recently, I was given the chance to add to my collection and review the Spy Tec Cirrus i8 indoor security camera.
Well, it doesn’t actually distinguish red from green, but it does indicate the amount of redness in red, orange, and purple objects by a series of stripes superimposed over the object. The Red Stripe app uses the device’s camera to view the objects in question and overlays stripes on those objects with a red component.
Adobe 's MAX conference saw the company demonstrate some of its still-in-development technology and software yesterday, and one of the most impressive was the feature called Monument Mode. Meant to run on smartphone cameras, the technology automatically removes walking people and moving objects from photos of landmarks and other scenes in real-time.
The 2013 Nexus 5 wasn't the phone you'd expect to build a loyal fanbase. Its plastic construction and unassuming design spoke more of engineering side-project than Google flagship, the epitome of hardware taking a back-seat while the latest version of Android - then 4.4 KitKat - held the spotlight.