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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘cameras’

Red Light Revenue And Safety At Odds, Shows Study

Cameras at stop lights in the U.S. are becoming more common, and cities are relying more and more on the revenue those cameras can provide through tickets for running red lights. However, a new study by researchers at the University of Tennessee has shown that tuning red lights to increase revenue can actually increase the risk of traffic accidents. The …

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Golfer Smashes $80,000 ESPN Camera with Errant Shot at British Open

I’m actually surprised that this doesn’t happen more often – especially considering the choppy conditions that a tournament like the British Open is known for. But anyway, it happened. A professional golfer shattered a super-expensive HD camera with a shot out of the tall grass at Muirfield. It was Thomas Bjorn, whose errant shot that cracked the lens of the …

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Samsung Announces Interchangeable-Lens Camera With Android

In November 2012, Samsung released its Galaxy Camera, a digital point-and-shoot camera running Android. Now, Samsung is taking the concept toward its logical conclusion. Samsung this week announced the Galaxy NX, an interchangeable-lens camera (ILC) that runs on Android. The NX brand comes from a line of ILC devices that Samsung already manufactures. “The Galaxy NX reflects the unique needs …

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This Is Hopefully The Best View You’ll Ever Get Of The Inside Of A Grizzly Bear’s Mouth

Ever wondered what it might look like from a first-person perspective to be eaten by a grizzly bear? This video might give you an idea. Don’t worry, it’s not a gross mauling video, but Brad Josephs’ “A Grizzly Ate My GoPro!!!” video is generating some viral buzz today, and with good reason.

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Hey, Let’s Put a GoPro on Kitty and See Wha…Wait, WTF?

You all remember the somewhat violent, somewhat sexually-charged video for the Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up,” right? In 1997, the video aired on MTV and quickly drew a bunch of totally predictable overreaction (it was a woman the whole time!). Well, here’s how that drug-fueled night on the town would look from the perspective of a cat. All its owner …

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Long for Summer with This Slow-Motion Slip n’ Slide Video

Hurricane Sandy just went biblical on the entire eastern coast of the United States, there’s a couple feet of snow on the ground in various parts of the country, and I woke up severely cold this morning. It’s that piercing type of cold that rattles your bones and leaves you vulnerable all day long. It’s lunchtime and I haven’t shaken …

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This Slow-Motion Pumpkin Smashing Video Ups the Ante, Considerably

Smashing pumpkins is fun. Smashing pumpkins in creative ways is more fun. Smashing pumpkins in creative ways in slow-motion is the most fun. This short comes just in time for Halloween, from director Ross Ching for The Thrash Lab. Earlier this month he had a viral hit with this popsicle stick bomb video, shot at 1000 FPS. Check out the …

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A Popsicle Stick Bomb Love Story at 1000 FPS [VIDEO]

Well this is cute. If you’re around eight years old and want to get the cute girl at the beach to come sit next to you, how do you go about it? I’d say that creating a giant stick bomb with popsicle sticks is one of the coolest ways you could possibly do it. “There’s a unique manner in which …

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Steve Wozniak Hopes the iPhone 5 Takes Better Photos

Apple co-founder and longtime iPhone enthusiast Steve Wozniak has weighed in on the big iPhone 5 reveal, at least preliminarily. Speaking in Shanghai, the Woz said that he likes to use a product for himself before he passes judgement, but did have one hope for the new iPhone. “I am always excited about every iPhone product because there are always …

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iPhone 5 Parody Promo Takes Photo Obsession to its Logical Conclusion

With all of the rumors, leaked designs, and general posturing about Apple’s new iPhone, I’m happy to report that it can all come to an end. That’s because the internet has given us the official leaked iPhone 5 promo video. And you know it’s straight from the folks at Apple because it features a guy in a black shirt sitting …

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Instagram Camera Is Decidedly Retro

Ah, Instagram, friend of would-be photographers everywhere. The super popular app for iPhone and Android has enabled people of all skill levels to take fancy photos with the touch of a button and a few applications of various filters. No wonder Facebook paid $1 billion for the glorified sepia filter. Instagram wasn’t enough for Facebook, however, as they have also …

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You’re Going To Take Awesome Pictures With Google’s Project Glass

Although Google’s Project Glass (or Google Glasses) continues to take a pounding on the interwebs, it’s ridiculous to try and remain unexcited by the possibilities of this new technology. Sure, people wearing Google Glasses could get distracted and walk into a street sign – but that’s really a small price to pay for some of the amazing things that we …

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