Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a new system that would allow a regular tablet camera or PC webcam to accurately capture and recognize three dimensional motions and gestures.
Just recently the U.S. Justice Department along with the Obama administration defended the use of GPS tracking on citizens without a warrant. The administration says there aren’t any laws that require them to issue a warrant and will be appealing last year's Supreme Court decision on the matter this week.
Canon just announced their latest creation, which is an extraordinary full-frame CMOS sensor. This sensor was made expressly for shooting video at nighttime and it can take incredible images at very low light levels.
Thanko introduces the USB Flexible Endoscopic Light Scope DX2 USB microscope. The main feature of the unit is a flexible camera, an optical tool that would have been typically used only on medical check up procedures or on certain special observation/optical tasks.
If the thought of a Cyberdyne Systems' Skynet takeover by cyborg robots scares you, you are not alone. Now a major human rights organization agrees and is seeking a pre-emptive ban on any future 'killer robot' technology.
I-O Data Device Inc. presents their new wireless network camera, the TS-WLCAM. It can connect on all of your mobile devices and computers that are connected to your local network, and can even be accessed remotely from the web.
Slowly but surely more and more high definition video capture devices have started to appear, although most of them haven’t exactly been priced at a consumer price point if you wanted something besides a PCI Express card. Elgato’s new Game Capture HD is set to change things at least for those interesting in capturing HD
Internet Protocol (IP) cameras were for the longest time expensive, especially if it had pan and tilt functionality. Things have changed and you can now purchase an IP Camera that uses either a Wired or a Wireless network connection and includes pan & tilt. Let's take a look at just how easy it is to
Admittedly we can't say that we're spending a lot of time watching gameplay videos online and even less so as a live stream, but there are plenty of people that do, least not semi-professional and professional gamers that want to keep an eye on the competition. However, live streaming games, especially if you're not on
Canon Inc. and Canon Singapore announce the Cinema EOS System – the new professional level system introduces Canon to the world of motion picture production and is sure to make waves in the industry. The system is a full range of lenses, Cinema EOS lens, digital video camcorder and dSLR products.
Apple has always had a claim to fame when it comes to its computers and video editing, although with the industry moving towards HD, the good old FireWire interface is starting to show its age and the camera support is dwindling. However, it seems like Thunderbolt is ready to come to the rescue, at least
With the buzz going around in BroadcastAsia 2011, Sony brings a little surprise for the industry with an announcement of their F65 CineAlta camera, pushing standards to another level and yes, it is making its debut appearance in Singapore. Along with the F65, Sony is also announcing various 3D cameras and OLED monitors. Hop on
Do you fancy being able to track what goes on in your home even while you are at work or in school, all with a simple press of some buttons on your 3G-capable mobile phone? If that sounds like the kind of thing you wanted for the longest time already, there may be some good
Ever wanted a camera that can shoot both high quality 1080p video at 60fps as well as being able to take 10.6-megapixel stills? Then JVC’s upcoming GC-PX1 is the camera you’ve been waiting for. The company calls it a hybrid camera and showed off a prototype back at CES 2011, although now the company has announced that
Mattel has unveiled their new range of Hot Wheels Video Racers, small toy cars that are able to capture video.
Contour has launched the new ContourHD, a lightweight, wearable HD video camera.
While we’re not quite finished with the full review of Creative’s Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD, here’s a preview for you dear readers. Rest assured there’s sufficient content to keep those privy eyes of yours delighted. Hit up the link if you’re still not very sure this sound card actually exists.
We had a chance to take a look at Asus’s Next Big Thing after the Xonar Essence ST/STX soundcards. Click on the image for First Looks at the Asus Xonar Xense gaming soundcard/headset kit. Seen it at CeBIT? You haven’t peeked under the hood.
The ASUS Xonar DS 7.1 Channel audio card was announced not too long ago, and now the manufacturer has unveiled another card – the ASUS Xonar Essence ST Audio Card. The Xonar Essence ST Audio Card claims to be the world’s first audio card to incorporate precision clock tuning to minimize audio jitter, providing a clearer audio
ASUS has announced a new addition to their Xonar family of audio products – the Xonar DS 7.1 Channel Audio Card. It boasts superior audio performance for music lovers, movie fans and even gamers with 192K/24bit playback support and Hi-Fi Theater experience with DTS Connect™ Technology.