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It's  one thing to manually specify which points and objects a system should track, but quite another for a visual system to find its own points - and for your life to depend on it.  In a strange and convoluted way, self-driving cars may point to the future of cameras
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Working with a 4K computer monitor is such a revelation that the moment you try one, you need one
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News that Autodesk is venturing into the world of 3D printing is another indication that the technology is on the verge of going mainstream. Andy Stout details All You Wanted To Know About 3D Printing But Were Afraid To Ask.
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"Megapixels" doesn't equal "resolution". Not by a long way!
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Nikon's new flagship D180 has improved video capture, and, interestingly, omits an Optical Low Pass Filter (OLPF)
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Ever wondered why we can't seem to have any other shape of screen than rectangular? There's a good reason. But now we can have screens of any shape
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A clever little anamorphic adaptor opens up new possibilities for the ARRI Alexa
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It's just an experiment or hack, but it is real. A computer game running (albeit very slowly) in glorious 8K
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Why is there a constant quest to build cameras that can virtually shoot in the dark? It's OK, as long as we don't forget that our videos and films will always look better as long as they're lit properly!
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Drones are about to get even more interesting
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The mysterious new XDCAM from Sony may not be so mysterious after all... Our Far East correspondent, John Burkhart has been investigating
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