In 1500, a clock was a machine that filled a room in a tower. Today, clocks are built into almost every machine we make. The same thing is happening to the camera: we’ve come from the camera obscura to the modern smartphone and are fast approaching a world in which everything we build can see. Now is the time to start planning for what we’ll make of it.
You can buy a fancy webcam microscope, or you can hack an SLR Lens and an average webcam together to get the same results.
- Posted by Caleb Kraft | September 9th, 2016 5:00 AM
Are you all knowing and all powerful? Then step up to the Wizard Wall and impress upon the rabble your great and ominous visage.
- Posted by Cabe Atwell | April 26th, 2016 5:30 AM
The purpose is clear. You don’t want your kids to steal your food from the cupboard, or from the fridge, or someone to open your locker. Or maybe you want to take pictures of your pet stealing food. Or maybe you are Dwight Schrute and you want to finally unmask […]
- Posted by Stefano Guglielmetti | December 7th, 2015 6:30 AM
A prototype iPhone accessory prevents you from taking predictable, touristy photos by locking down the shutter when it detects that you’re standing in a commonly photographed area.
- Posted by Donald Bell | September 11th, 2015 5:30 AM