Technology & Computing

International Space Station astronauts praise the film for its authenticity
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The race is on between mechanical (rotating) storage and Flash memory. And it's not over yet...
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Sony’s latest entry into the switching market was first shown at NAB 2013 – the Anycast Touch. With availability scheduled for later this year we had the opportunity of putting a pre-production unit through its paces. Mark Johnson reports
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The next wave of technology is based around tiny chips called "MEMS" - Micro Electro Mechanical Systems. These are the tiny gyroscopes, compasses and inertial sensors that are now standard in many smartphones and other electronic devices
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One day — soon — it may be possible to take almost perfect photos and videos with less-than-perfect lenses
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While the Kodak moment may be firmly a thing of the past, at least part of its business is still going strong: sensor manufacturer (and Digital Bolex supplier) Truesense was spun off just before the bankruptcy of its parent and has just released its first 4K-capable CMOS sensor amongst other things.
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Is 16:9 not wide enough for you? Does 2.35:1 seem a bit on the narrow side? If it does, Panasonic has the answer for you, with their 64:9 real-time sports analysis system
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Phil Rhodes looks at how Ferrania could be generating new prospects for photochemical film
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A newly developed technique to create 3D models from a single, 2D photograph is causing a stir on the internet, and has deep significance for how robots can understand the world
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Phil Rhodes looks at if Samyang's Lenses will be able to compete with in a market with an unbelievable price - eight to twenty times lower than the competition!
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