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FocusMaker DSLR Focusing Tool FM01 B&H Photo Video International Pricing Disclaimer Our price and the price displayed on the Comparison Shopping Site may not always match due to fluctuation in exchange rates. Please note: We do not guarantee the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the foreign currencies information. The First 360-Degree Interactive Videos Have Arrived on YouTube Virtual reality is posed to become one of the next big things in the tech world, and YouTube is preparing itself for that future. The video hosting service announced today that it is starting to support 360-degree video uploads to allow for immersive video experiences. The video above is one of the first 360-degree videos available. Watch it in Google’s Chrome browser or through the YouTube app on Android for the full experience. You can “look around” in the video by using the directional controls in the upper left, by dragging your mouse around in the video window, or by using your A, W, S, and D keys on your keyboard. Here are the other initial videos that were made available at the time of the announcement: Google says support for these interactive videos is coming to iPhone, iPad, and other devices shortly. The quality of the videos above isn’t the best, but this is a pretty interesting first taste of something big that’s coming.
Occipital Raises $1M (And Counting) On Kickstarter To Bring 3D Scanning To The Masses Boulder & SF-based startup Occipital is probably still best known for its Red Laser and 360Panorama apps, but it confirmed today that it raised over $1 million on Kickstarter to bring its Structure 3D sensor to market. The Structure isn’t just any 3D sensor though. It’s an incredibly small one — so small, in fact, that it can onto the back of your iPad (note: it’s compatible with any iOS device with a Lightning port) and connect without completely killing your battery life. While run-of-the-mill users can use the Structure and its early batch of companion apps to scan objects for printing at Shapeways or to fling balls for virtual kittens to chase around the 3D representation of a room, Occipital was really gunning to pick up developer support this time. It’s certainly a nice little show of financial validation for the team, especially considering this is their first big foray into consumer-facing hardware and the fact that they didn’t exactly need the cash in the first place.
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Timelapse with GoPro Camera | Voltaic Systems Blog – Solar DIY and Device Charging We’ve been working with a company called Cam-Do on how to power a GoPro camera for extended timelapse photography projects where battery life is a limiting factor. Our setup is now being used out on Jamaica Bay to monitor horshoe crabs, more pictures to come. Here’s what’s in the Kit and its purpose: - Waterproof Enclosure (made by Cam-Do) keeps the GoPro and Voltaic battery Dry - Scheduler (made by Cam-Do) turns the GoPro on and off based on a programmable schedule - 3.4 Watt Solar Panel (made by Voltaic) charges the Voltaic battery - V15 USB Battery (made by Voltaic) stores power from the panel and charges the GoPro We’re pretty pleased with how it turns out, but give yourself a week or two to setup and test the system so that you’re happy with the way everything fits together. Three important tips to making sure it works well. 1. 2. 3. Here’s some photos showing the proper setup. Solar Panel Mounted to Case Battery Connected to GoPro (2 Options, the Cam-Do photo on right is more elegant)
IC Real Tech - security technology innovator Nix Color Sensor by Matthew Sheridan Follow us on Twitter @nixsensor Check out our story on CHCH Nix is a patent pending device that allows anyone to become a color expert. Just grab Nix from your pocket, purse, or bag, touch it to an object and magically watch the exact color appear on your iPhone, Android, PC, or Mac. Nix is perfect for interior designers, graphic designers, model makers, makeup artists, hobbyists, photographers, fine artists, crafters, hackers, makers, museum curators, painters, land lords, and even… engineers… Help support Nix and become a color expert today! We first came up with the idea for Nix™ while working with a few interior design friends. A colleague of ours was doing incredible work at a local hospital with burn victims and patients with other severe skin disorders. We decided to apply for a R&D grant to help get the ball rolling. Currently Nix works with our development PC and we have built all the graphic assets for the iOS/Android application. Andy Li
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