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3D Map of New York City

Posted By Guest on May 12, 2010

Laser Scanning Flyovers of NYC Will Yield Accurate 3-D Map
3D Map of New York City

New York City may be on the cutting edge of cuisine and fashion, but in nerdier pursuits like cartography, NYC has unfortunately fallen behind - like, 30 years behind. But a twin-engine airplane fitted with LIDAR scanners has lately been gathering data that will close the city's map gap, creating extremely detailed digital maps of the city that will lead to better land management, inform emergency protocols, and help identify the best places to install solar panels across the five boroughs.Read More

World's Smallest Digital Camera

Posted By Lisa McNear on April 12, 2010

World's Smallest Digital Camera

Ultra compact, multifunctional Pocket sized Chobi Mini Digital Camera is one of the most compact digital camera's ever! Yet it takes incredible digital photos. Chobi Mini Digital Camera can Video at 1280 x 960 pix 30 fps AVI movies and take 2048 x 1536 pix pictures.Read More

Famous Painters Used Photographs

Posted By Guest on April 01, 2010

Famous Paintings from Photographs

Many of the most famous paintings of Van Gogh, Toulouse Lautrec or Paul Gauguin were inspired by photographs.


Amazing Homemade Space Photos

Posted By Guest on March 26, 2010

Who needs a Space Shuttle? Amazing pictures of Earth captured with balloon and duct-taped compact camera
Amazing Homemade Space Photos

The beauty of this image taken high above the planet would make NASA proud. But it didn't take millions of dollars of technology to capture. Just a little ingenuity using a standard digital camera duct taped to a helium balloon and floated into the sky.Read More

World's Fastest Book Scanner

Posted By Guest on March 18, 2010

The Fastest Book Scanner Captures Flipping Pages with High-Speed Camera at 200 Pages Per Minute
World's Fastest Book Scanner

A new super-fast book-scanning technology could make publishers cringe even more than when they heard about Google Book Search. A University of Tokyo researcher has developed a "book flipping scanning" method that does exactly what it sounds like, digitizing 200 pages per minute, according to IEEE Spectrum.Read More

Amazing Miniature City

Posted By Guest on February 12, 2010

This amazing miniature city of Elgin Park was meticulously crafted in 1/24 scale by Michael Paul Smith
Amazing Miniature City

By combining realistic miniature models of a small town, and using forced perspective photography, skilled model maker and photographer Michael Paul Smith has created amazingly realistic photographs.Read More

Amazing Superimposed Photos

Posted By Guest on January 30, 2010

Superimposed photos combine the present with the past
Superimposed Photo: Thomas Circle, Washington, DC

Superimposed Photo: Thomas Circle, Washington, DC

These clever superimposed photos align historical photos with today's actual surroundings by placing an old photo in front of the subject, then taking a picture of both.

For those lucky enough to have a box of early 20th century photographs - and even luckier to find the subjects still exist - it might be worth a drive to track down some of the locations to get some really cool and attention-getting photographs.Read More

Camera May Reveal The First Person To Reach Mount Everest Summit

Posted By Guest on January 28, 2010

The Search For a Frozen Camera Could Rewrite the History Books On Mt. Everest's First Climbers
Mallory and Irvine in their camp base of Mount Everest

[Mallory and Irvine in their camp preparing for their ascent]

In June 1924, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine left their camp just 800 feet from the summit of Mount Everest on a mission to be the first mountaineers to ascend the world's highest peak (29,035 feet). They were never heard from again. Whether either man reached the summit — almost three decades before Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay's historic 1953 climb — has been an open question for 85 years.Read More

The World's Oldest Camera

Posted By Guest on January 27, 2010

The oldest and most expensive camera in the world

Peter Coeln, the CEO of WestLicht Photographica with World's Oldest Camera

Peter Coeln, the CEO of WestLicht Photographica Auction in Vienna with the 1839 Daguerreotype, the first commercially-produced camera in the world. The camera will be sold at auction on on May 29th. The estimated sale price will be $750,000 and $1 million.Read More

Beautiful Mushrooms

Posted By Lisa McNear on January 24, 2010

Beautiful Mushrooms

A mushroom is a fleshy, spore-bearing fungus, typically produced above ground on soil or on its food source. Here is a collection of some of the more beautiful mushroom varieties.Read More