Idea Mine: An App for People Suffering From Photographer’s Block

Publicado el 10/11/11 en la sección de Presentaciones

Por Bernard Custard

Idea Mine: An App for People Suffering From Photographer’s Block

“Idea Mine” is an upcoming iOS app by Canon that helps photographers save and generate ideas. The idea is that photo ideas can always be broken down into four components: location, subject, feeling, and technique. Provide the app with these four things, and it will store your idea for you to come back to later on. If you need some inspiration, hitting the “randomize” button will fill in the fields for you.

via@ Petapixel

Hello Google Business Photos… bye bye panographers?

Publicado el 06/11/11 en la sección de Presentaciones

Por Juan Carlos Izquierdo

Canon EOS C300 Digital Cinema Camera interchangeable-lens video camera

Publicado el 03/11/11

Por Bernard Custard

Canon has unveiled the EOS C300 Digital Cinema Camera interchangeable-lens video camera at a press event in Los Angeles. Available in in two models, the EOS C300 comes with an EF mount, while the EOS C300 PL features a PL mount. Both models feature an 8.3MP Super 35mm CMOS sensor developed specially for the system, a modular design and a new range of dedicated video lenses.

The C300 is scheduled to be available in late January 2012 for an estimated list price of $20,000. The C300 PL is scheduled to be available in late March 2012, also for an estimated list price of $20,000.

http://www.dpreview.com/news/1111/canon/EOS-C300_EF-Mount_body_CN-E85mm_LF_3_4.jpg

via@ Dpreview

Also we recommend take a look of Vicent Laforet Blog. You can read more information there.

First a behind the scenes look:


Source: Vicent Laforet Blog

Summary of the highlights of October

Publicado el 03/11/11 en la sección de Prensa

Por viewAt.org Team

474 new panoramas have been published this month on viewAt.org.
Of which the fived more rated are:


Busted

by Carlo Pedersoli


Minaret View at Uchisar, Cappadocia

by Heiner Straesser


Asmali Cave House, Cappadocia

by Heiner Straesser


Miya Matsuri Kaityu-Togyo

by An Don


Enlace de Celia y José en la Catedral de Santander

by Carlos Anillo

And the most relevant authors are:

Carlos Anillo
from Logroño, La Rioja, España

Heiner Straesser
from Munich/Germany

Soledad Tante Agudo
from Polán (Toledo) ESPAÑA

CAZENAVE Stéphane
from Paris

Manuel Vega Velazquez
from Cuautitlan Izcalli, Estado deMexico

World’s first manned flight with an electric multicopter

Publicado el 02/11/11 en la sección de Presentaciones

Por Bernard Custard

What could have ended in human chop suey, instead resulted in victory for German engineers at e-volo as they successfully completed the first manned flight of an electric multicopter. The human death trap multicopter uses multiple mini helicopters to lift the passenger upwards -- who's snuggled in the center of the carnage, firmly strapped to a squishy exercise ball. Like an UAV, the hovering device is controlled via radio control from the ground -- talk about trusting. The passenger was able to hold on for one minute and 30-second of flight victory, causing raucous celebrations from the Wright brothers in aviation heaven. Click past the break for the video.

via @Engadget Source: e-volo

Nippon Electric Glass Co Ltd developed a glass substrate that it calls 'invisible glass'

Publicado el 02/11/11 en la sección de Presentaciones

Por Bernard Custard

Nippon Electric Glass Co Ltd developed a glass substrate that it calls "invisible glass" and exhibited it at FPD International 2011.

The company reduced the reflection of light so that light can hardly be seen on the glass substrate. When I stood in front of the glass substrate, it was difficult to recognize the existence of the substrate. Many other visitors were gazing at the invisible glass with surprised looks on their faces.

Nippon Electric Glass reduced the the reflection of light by forming an anti-reflection film on each of the front and back sides of the glass substrate. In the case of a normal glass substrate, about 92% of incoming light passes through it, and the rest 8% of the light is reflected on it. On the other hand, about 99.5% of incoming light passes through the new glass substrate. So, only about 0.5% of the light is reflected on it.

Nippon Electric Glass claims that the luminous reflectance of the substrate is 0.1% or lower. For the two anti-reflection films, the company used a total of 30 or more layers. And the thickness of each layer is controlled in increments of nanometers.

via@Tech_on

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