Monthly Archive: September 2016

Virtual Reality Contact Lenses 

Virtual Reality Contact Lenses 

Contact lenses that enhance normal vision with megapixel 3D panoramic images are being designed by scientists using military funding. …. Innovega’s contact lenses could effectively generate displays with a screen size “equivalent to a 240-inch television, viewed at a distance of 10 feet.” Moreover, by projecting slightly different pictures to each eye, the display can generate the illusion of 3D....

New Olympus E-M1II beats Fuji X-T1 dynamic range

ePhotozine published the interview with Olympus Imaging Global Marketing Manager Toshiyuki Terada. Here are a couple of notes: Dynamic range: “On Dynamic range, we have compared the dynamic […] Source: Olympus says: E-M1II beats the Fuji X-T1 dynamic range! – 43 Rumors Yikes! I think I want an Olympus E-M1 II. I love my E-M10! The E-M1 II has many...

Nikon 1 still alive

Between lack of Nikon 1 product announcements, and a quote buried in a DPReview of a different camera, saying the author thought Nikon 1 development had ended, there have been rumors that Nikon’s mirrorless 1″ sensor based cameras, the Nikon 1 J-series and the V-series might be discontinued. At Photokina, Nikon officials say the J-series (Nikon 1 J5) is selling...

iPhone app and 3D glasses for converting 2D video into 3D effect

iPhone app and 3D glasses for converting 2D video into 3D effect

Creator says they have a new secret sauce for 2D to 3D conversion, and when used on your iPhone with their glasses, will add a 3D effect to your existing 2D videos. But of course, the obligatory 3D quote: Remember 3D TV? It flopped. Turns out nobody wants to wear silly glasses while watching prime-time sitcoms. Who woulda thunk? Source:...