Nokia announced its latest Lumia 928 handset on Friday, but the company has more planned for an event in London next week. On Sunday, Nokia teased part of this announcement during a commercial break on British TV. The short promo shows the rear of a device with a hump around the large camera lens and an accompanying flash arrangement. “More than your eyes can see,” reads the accompany text between various images of the device.
Nokia’s teaser looks a lot like the leaked photos of its aluminum “Catwalk” device, which The Verge understands are genuine images of an upcoming Nokia flagship. The hump and placement of the flash is identical and the teaser appears to show a device with a metal exterior. However, Nokia is also preparing a 4…
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Epson’s 3D display glasses, the Moverio BT-100 have been floating around as a development platform for a couple years, and APX Labs is the latest to hack the headset. APX Labs is a software firm best known for creating Terminator Vision augmented reality tech for the US military, and it decided to use the BT-100 as a vehicle to develop and showcase a smart glasses platform it’s built to work for both business and consumer applications. In order to get the functionality it needed, APX grafted a 5 megapixel camera, mic and a full suite of motion sensors to provide nine-axis head tracking onto a Moverio headset.
All that gear is shoved into a 3D-printed module and attached to the BT-100 to turn it into a pair of smart glasses. In addition to the cameras and sensors, APX also hacked an Epson daughter board onto the Moverio’s controller to allow an HDMI video feed from a smartphone to be shown on the displays. This result? A system that understands where you are, what you’re seeing and hearing and a UI that allows users to glean information from the world around them using voice commands and head gestures. That should sound familiar to fans of Google Glass, but by using Epson’s binocular displays, these smart glasses can convey depth in a way Mountain View’s monocle cannot. (Not to mention that Glass doesn’t even do AR apps… yet). The hardware we got to see was a crude prototype built for demo purposes only, but the software platform shows promise and Epson’s got a version two Moverio headset in the works — so perhaps you can see a bit of the future of smart glasses in the video after the break.
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Question by Ljm Ljm: How can shift the iphone picture and the camera video recording easily to the iphone picture and the camera? I want to shift the iphone picture and the camera video recording to my computer and share it with my fa miry and friends
Answer by Antigone KThere are a couple ways to do this. One is to sync the iPhone & computer using iTunes. Another is to open the picture or video, and email it. And lastly, another way is to connect the iPhone to a windows computer without itunes, select use as camera or open files when windows recognizes it as a new device, and copy them over.
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Ready to hear about some mid-range Fujifilm point-and-shoots? Let’s do this. The FinePix XP200 looks like the more exciting model of the bunch, so we’ll start there. Available with red, purple, yellow, green, blue and orange glossy finishes, this ruggedized camera packs a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor with image stabilization, a 28-140mm lens, 3-inch, 920k-dot LCD, a 10-frames-per-second continuous shooting mode, 1080/60i video and built-in WiFi for pushing pics to a companion app. It’s a ruggedized cam, so that means it’s waterproof to 50 feet, freezeproof to 14 degrees Fahrenheit (-10°C) and shockproof to 6.6-foot drops.
The other flavor is a superzoom model, or a “bridge camera,” as manufacturers are calling them these days. The lens is the focus here, and this one’s got a 24-1,056mm, 44x optic with a maximum aperture range of f/2.9 to f/6.5. There’s also optical image stabilization and a Super Macro mode that lets you shoot subjects that are just 0.39 inch from the lens. There’s a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, sensitivity through ISO 12,800, 1080/60i video capture, a 10 fps continuous shooting mode and WiFi. You can preview images on the 3-inch, 460k-dot LCD or the 201k-dot electronic viewfinder. This model, the FinePix S8400W, comes in black and ships in May for $ 350. The XP200 will also ship in May, priced at $ 300. Read up on both in the PR after the break.
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Question by Kevin: What is the best digital camera with touch screen? Giv me the max resolution in pixel, make and model.
Answer by Kimberly AitaCanon cameras are always a good bet and this one comes at a great price. I don’t know what you are looking for in your touchscreen but I hope this helps
Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS Digital ELPH
* Compact digital still camera with built-in flash, 5x Optical/4x Digital/20x Combined * Zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer System * 14.1 Megapixel, 1/2.3-inch type Charge Coupled Device (CCD) * Focal Length 4.3 (W) – 21.5 (T) mm (35mm equivalent – 24 – 120mm) * 3.5-inch LCD with wide viewing angle and Touch Panel Technology
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