Technology & Computing

RedShark Replay: It's one thing for cameras to be modular, that's a good thing. But should we really have to design our own custom rig for every new device?
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Depth-sensing capabilities are coming to the forefront of some camera designs, but LIDAR takes it a step further, by capturing images by depth and depth alone.
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Move far enough away from Earth and the whole planet is represented by a single, pale blue pixel. 
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In one of those stealth moves that makes you wonder if manufacturing ever talks to marketing, Apple’s newly shipping iPad Pro seems to feature very unannounced USB 3.0 support.
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Hewlett-Packard chose New York to unveil the third generation of its Z-series laptop/workstations. Phil Rhodes was cautiously impressed by what he saw.
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We revisit the 'eight-bit versus ten-bit' debate, exploring if eight-bit recording's days are numbered.
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Apple TV boasts the slickest media streaming UI yet, but that's only a fraction of its true potential. By realising an app-based future for television, K Stewart reckons that this device really could rewrite the consumer rulebook.
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Quantum film technology, by way of InVisage, has arrived as a tech advancement (as compared with phone cameras). But does it point the way forward for pro cameras?
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The intriguing L16 camera and whether computational photography will usher in a new age of third party software development for cameras.
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The rise of OLED 4K televisions raises the question: are we nearing the time when consumer displays will be suitable replacements for professional monitors?
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It's easy to forget that perhaps the biggest leap forward in recent video history was a tape-based format in Standard Definition called Digital Video.
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