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iPhone XR Portrait mode for pets, inanimate objects enabled by Halide developers

The developers behind camera app Halide may have discovered a way to enable Portrait mode for pets and objects on the iPhone XR. The revelation was made by one of the developers on Reddit over the weekend, where it was explained that the team found depth data from the iPhone XR's camera and used it to successfully use Portrait mode on pets and inanimate objects. dpreview.com

2018-10-30 21:30

Sony Releases a High-Speed Vision Sensor that Makes Detection and Tracking of Objects at 1,000 fps Possible

Sony released the specs of an impressive sensor for industrial applications. It’s capable of tracking objects at 1,000fps! Here is the press text: Sony Releases a High-Speed Vision Sensor that Makes Detection and Tracking of Objects at 1,000 fps Possible Stacked CMOS Image Sensor that Combines High-Frame-Rate Imaging and High-Speed Sensing Tokyo, JapanSony Corporation today […] The post Sony Releases a High-Speed Vision Sensor that Makes Detection and Tracking of Objects at 1,000 fps Possible appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2017-5-16 08:23

I Photograph People Behind The Objects That Reveal The Story Of Their Passion

My name is Pamela Hachem and I’m a self-taught photographer from Beirut, Lebanon. My journey in photography started when I used to take pictures randomly. But afterwards, I found out that photography is not just about that, it’s a passion that goes beyond reality, an astonishing connection between the photographer and the image they try to convey. boredpanda.com

2017-4-25 11:19

This Video Highlights The Alien Nature of Magnified Everyday Objects

YouTube channel Macro Room showcases the wonder of objects viewed through a macro lens in this short video which takes the splendor of super zoom to a macroscopic level. Everyday household objects such as a pencil, lighter, and tomato are spotlighted in exquisite detail before the camera pans out to reveal the identity of each the item; which you may have guessed was something else entirely. digitalrev.com

2016-11-1 03:00