Virtual reality is all about being overwhelmed visually — there are no “blind spots” when you’re looking around. But until now audio hasn’t been able to keep up —— sure there can be a 5.1 or 7.1 or greater audio streams, but that doesn’t mean it’s as immersive as what is being seen because the sound isn’t coming from all around you.
The Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood saw a guest unlike any previously seen: the 120-inch 4K Ultra HD Reference Series HDR display with Dolby Vision support. On display in the “HDR Lounge,” this and the 65-inch model were not just being presented, but provided demonstrations as to the changes brought on by new technologies, redefining the level of picture quality now available for home viewing.
Unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturer EHang have released the newest version of its popular drone, the Ghost 2.0, with mobile phone app control and VR goggles for a first person real-time flying experience.
In a bid to combine state of the art technology with a feature-rich set — and coincidentally further the brand name — the Leica SL now makes it debut. The mirrorless camera has a 24-megapixel full frame sensor and is able to handle 11 fps (frames per second) shooting bursts. It eschews the use of physical controls, instead relying on a touch-screen. The 2.95-inch EVF (electronic viewfinder) possesses 4 million dots (4MP), making for a detailed view of whatever the camera is aimed at. To provide for a more rugged construction, the all aluminum body has been weather sealed.
Drone manufacturer DJI has announced the launch of the Manifold, a high-performance embedded Linux computer, with the bold statement that it will enable developers to transform aerial platforms into intelligent flying robots that can perform complex computing tasks and advanced image processing literally on the fly.
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The one constant between an opera and its audience is that the performers are on stage while the audience sits and watches. So why am I being driven through iconic and secret locations dotting the highways, byways and side streets of downtown Los Angeles as a ticket holder for HOPSCOTCH, the first ever car opera?
Utah startup, WANDRD, has been busy creating what they call “action-evoking carrying solutions”, and they have officially announced a Kickstarter campaign for the PRVKE Pack. What will you put in yours?