digital imaging

  • 3D TVs are dead

    3D TVs are dead

    Remember those heady days of yesteryear when everything was going to be 3D? Tangled in 3D! Puss in Boots in 3D! Video games in 3D! Those days are gone, friends, as LG and Sony quietly phase out the 3D features for their latest TVs. Buried in the releases that plagued CES was a notable absence – 3D TV capabilities. Industry experts are saying that 3D – which rose to prominence in… Read More

  • 1 Trillion Pixels In A Picture

    Just when you thought that 10-megapixel point-and-shoot you got was the hot stuff, in comes Aperio and its 1 trillion-pixel image. Aperio normally works with medical imaging, which requires extreme detail and precision in pictures to detect ailments in the body. The 4GB size limit on the TIFF file-format was too small for these gents, so they went ahead and created BigTIFF and cast it into… Read More

  • Bottle-Top Camera Pod Keeps Your Camera Still So You Don't Have To


    We’ve seen these before, but this one from Photo Etc. Online in addition to letting you turn a 20-ounce soft-drink bottle into a monopod for your snapshot camera, it can also clip your camera to a car window or other flat surface that might be handy. It’ll only hold a camera up to a pound in weight and you’ll need to have the bottle filled with some fluid, or else, you… Read More

  • Epson's Hi-Def Printers Now Available


    The Epson Ultra Hi-Definition line of photo printers we reported on back in August are now available. So if you’ve got a whole lotta pent up aggression toward your current photo printer, we think it’s about time you took a baseball bat to it and replaced it with one of these beauties that churns out extra-delicious-looking pictures using the company’s new Claria… Read More