Tag: photography

Google puts A.I. and machine learning at centre of massive product release

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Google is making it clear that it isn’t simply competing in the mobile market, with incremental handset improvements, specs and features. The company is taking the longer view, it sees Artificial Intelligence, or A.I., as the future and it is in the best position to put that future in people’s hands.

The future of photography is computational

The popularity of smartphones is pushing computational photography forward. Computational photography relies more on sensors, image processors as well as algorithms to create accurate and attractive photos and videos.

Reviewing the Epson FastFoto FF-640 photo scanner

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s probably impossible to approximate the number of photo prints packed away in homes throughout Canada, and with digital photography already widespread, Epson is trying to bridge the gap to digitize those prints quickly.

Apps for Enhancing Your Smartphone Photos

By Christine Persaud
While it’s true that you can get pretty great photos (or at least good enough) with a premium smartphone camera these days, that doesn’t negate the need for tweaking them to make them better. Luckily, there are a number of really cool photo editing/enhancement apps that can help you vastly improve a smartphone snapshot so it’s social media share-worthy, and will stand out amongst a sea of selfies and dinner pics

High-Tech Tools Reveal Small Wonders, Big Ideas

High-Tech Tools Reveal Small Wonders, Big Ideas in Virtual Reality

by Lee Rickwood
A lot of today’s VR experiences are fictional, dramatic, even fantastical in their role play opportunities. But this is not a VR game, and it’s not a first-person shoot ‘em up: it’s a techno-enabled investigation of actual history and real culture.

Camera shootout: Comparing the top smartphone cameras

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Innovation in cameras may seem to have stalled for point-and-shoots, ILC’s and DSLR’s which will never compare in size and portability to smartphones which are becoming the preferred way to shoot pictures.