Technology & Computing

Line skipping and pixel binning always gets a bad rap from the video community. But scaling an image from a large, high pixel count sensor is never going to be easy. Prompted from some recent comments on RedShark, this is Phil Rhode's guide to the complicated and controversial business of scaling.
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With so many still cameras capable of shooting high resolution video, it's important to understand why video and still resolutions need to be treated differently
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One of iOS13's new features is one that corrects your eye contact during FaceTime calls. It's most certainly clever, but is it a bit too freaky as well?
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This isn't going to save humankind. We wish it would. But we can't help feeling it's exactly what the world needs right now
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The headline is actually true. Small doorways are leading to a different type of TV. And those new TVs can be as big as the biggest wall in your living room
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$1 million seems lot of money for three reels of 2-inch metal tape, but these might show the best footage of the moon landing most people have ever seen.
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FPGAs are like miracle chips. They're fast and reprogrammable, and they extend the lifespan of products that contain them
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 Here's another chance to read this great article by Phil Rhodes on why cameras need global shutters. Cheaper, cinematic cameras come with a cost - they tend to have Rolling Shutters, which means that rapid movement can be skewed. The ability to buy cameras with global shutters at all price points can't come soon enough, according to Phil Rhodes
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As we enter an era of unprecedented data the volumes generated will be so incalculably large that current storage and computer technology will buckle under the strain.
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Apple has announced two updates to its MacBook Pro and Air product lines, including a price drop.
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Replay: Are we getting too carried away with glossy, beautiful, some might say pretentious looking productions, when often a simpler production style would be better?
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