All posts tagged "WebCams"

  • Fujitsu develops 3D motion capture tech for mobile cameras and webcams

    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.  

  • Fujitsu claims it can detect your pulse rate using only a webcam

    Fujitsu Labs announces the development of their new technology that allows detection and analysis of a person's pulse rate by only using the image of that person's face taken by a web camera.

  • BitTorrent Live streaming seeks beta ‘broadcasters’

    BitTorrent just released a new concept with live streaming to the general public.  Bram Cohen, inventor of BitTorrent, helped develop the idea and says it is going to be a brand new way in which information is streamed over the Internet in real-time.

  • REVIEW: PROLiNK Wireless Pan/Tilt IP Camera

    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

  • Microsoft releases Kinect for Windows with version 1.0 SDK

    As promised at CES early last month, Microsoft has just launched Kinect for Windows in the form of the version 1.0 Software Development Kit and a new version of the Kinect hardware that's been tweaked to better suit close range operation at the desk.

  • Skype teams up with Telylabs to deliver Tegra 2 powered HD camera

    Ah yes, home video conferencing, an area where Skype is trying hard to be the leader and although we've already seen a few solution from Skype's partners that work with a select few TV sets, none of them are anything like the telyHD from Telylabs. That said, you'll need to have a real desire to

  • Genesys Logic launches USB 3.0 webcam controller

    USB 3.0 adoption might be moving slowly forward in the PC industry, but more and more peripherals are starting to appear in the market and if Taiwanese Genesys has anything to do with it, then we'll all be using USB 3.0 webcams soon enough. The company has announced its new GL3620 USB 3.0 webcam controller

  • Logitech introduces Webcam C170 and Webcam C110 for easy video calls

    Logitech has announced the Webcam C170 and C110 that are easy to install and use, and feature one-touch upload to social networking and sharing sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Both incorporate Logitech Fluid Crystal technology that provides smooth video, sharp pictures with rich colours and clear audio.

  • Microsoft LifeCam Studio Review: Video calls made easy

    Microsoft's latest webcam, the LifeCam Studio, is equipped with a 1080p sensor with auto focus and a high fidelity microphone. Furthermore, with TrueColor and ClearFrame technology, it makes video calls to loved ones even at night or low-lighting possible.

  • Etron shows off 3D cameras, motion controller and new USB 3.0 host controller

    During Computex we tried to meet up with as many of the USB 3.0 host controller makers as we had a chance to do. Etron has proven to be a popular choice with several motherboard manufacturers and although its host controller is the largest of the ones available, Etron was also one of the first

  • Creative launches Live! Cam inPerson HD

    Creative Technology has announced their new Live! Cam inPerson HD, a high definition (HD) video and voice web camera for Skype HD video calling. It claims to offer crystal clear voice and hardware accelerated video encoding for smooth HD video.

  • Logitech launches HD Webcam C525

    Logitech has announced the new HD webcam C525 designed for users to make video calls in high definition resolution. The Logitech HD webcam C525 is available in stores now.

  • Compro shows off new, easy to use home security IP cameras

      If you're concerned about your home security, or just want to be able to check in at home from time to time over the web, an IP camera is a good way of doing this. However, most of them aren't that easy to use unless you're tech savvy, or at least that used to

  • Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 Now Mac-Compatible

    Mac enthusiasts can now enjoy fast, free, and easy-to-use Logitech Vid HD with the HD Pro Webcam C910, now compatible with Mac. Encompassing top-of-the-line performance in an exceptionally thin webcam just 25millimetres thick, the C910 webcam also adds a modern minimialist touch to any MacBook, iMac or Mac Pro.

  • Microsoft unveils LifeCam Studio built with 1080p HD sensor

    If you are looking to get a new webcam for video conferencing with your friends, family or colleagues, check out Microsoft’s latest LifeCam Studio. It incorporates 1080p full high definition (HD) sensor and claims to complement the new Windows Live Messenger 2011.