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emergentfutures:

U.S. Air Force is testing Google Glass & building apps for battlefield use
The positive attributes “are its low power, its low footprint, it sits totally above the eyes, and doesn’t block images or hinder vision,” said 2nd Lt. Anthony Eastin, a behavioral scientist on the BATMAN team testing the glasses.
The BATMAN evaluation group is part of the U.S. Air Force’s 711th Human Performance Wing and is one of the military’s most distinguished research and development groups. It comprises both military and civilian behavioral and technology scientists. The BATMAN acronym stands for Battlefield Air Targeting Man-Aided (K)nowledge.
Full Story: Venture Beat

emergentfutures:

U.S. Air Force is testing Google Glass & building apps for battlefield use

The positive attributes “are its low power, its low footprint, it sits totally above the eyes, and doesn’t block images or hinder vision,” said 2nd Lt. Anthony Eastin, a behavioral scientist on the BATMAN team testing the glasses.

The BATMAN evaluation group is part of the U.S. Air Force’s 711th Human Performance Wing and is one of the military’s most distinguished research and development groups. It comprises both military and civilian behavioral and technology scientists. The BATMAN acronym stands for Battlefield Air Targeting Man-Aided (K)nowledge.

Full Story: Venture Beat

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— 43 minutes ago with 144 notes
#google glass  #military 

photojojo:

Do you have a Poppy? The latest app update, makes 3D wiggle gifs for you! You can easily share your creations on tumblr and points beyond.

Don’t have a Poppy? Get one here!

Don’t know what a Poppy is? It’s turns your iPhone into a 3D photo maker/viewer/sharer.

Make Wiggle Gifs with Poppy

photos by Flickrer Colin MacDiarmid

— 48 minutes ago with 328 notes
#poppy  #3d  #3d camera  #wiggle gif  #photojojo 
"Photography is about death, she said to me. It preserves the illusion of a past moment that can never be re-enacted."
Rawi Hage (via pvtngina)

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

— 5 days ago with 736 notes
#hage  #photography quote 

3d effect using 2d animated gif under two white lines.

(Source: fotos-e-fatos, via niaztradamus)

— 1 week ago with 156111 notes
#3d  #gif  #animated gif 

Adjusting skin tones without changing skin texture or color in Photoshop

— 2 weeks ago
#photoshop  #tips  #how-to  #curves 
Hi-res, zoomable, true color, global panorama view of the night sky assembled from 36,000 photographs taken by Nick Risinger. Click and drag to move through the panorama. →

http://media.skysurvey.org/interactive360/index.html

Hi-res, zoomable, true color, global panorama view of the night sky assembled from 36,000 photographs taken by Nick Risinger. Click and drag to move through the panorama. 

photo by Nick Risinger

— 2 weeks ago
#panorama  #night sky  #stars  #hi-resolution 
metalonmetalblog:

Head in a jar illusion
if you want to freak everyone out!!!!

metalonmetalblog:

Head in a jar illusion

if you want to freak everyone out!!!!

— 2 weeks ago with 217 notes

Great advice on settings for a DJi Phantom drone and gorpro Hero

— 3 weeks ago
#gopro  #phantom  #dji phantom drone  #drone 

Augustin Rebetez Rotor//extract

noises : pascal lopinat

Brilliant stop time and sound invention

— 2 months ago
#stoptime  #sound design  #rebetez  #rotor 
theatlantic:

Our Fastest Cameras Are Now 10 Billion Trillion Times Faster Than the First Cameras

Photographs from different eras are deceptively similar. A photograph from 1860 and one taken on our smartphones are both called the same thing, after all.
And yet, the resemblance of the end product masks that there have been huge changes in the way that photographs are made. What was once a slow, rare chemical process has become a ubiquitous, electronic one. 
Read more. [Image: Library of Congress]

theatlantic:

Our Fastest Cameras Are Now 10 Billion Trillion Times Faster Than the First Cameras

Photographs from different eras are deceptively similar. A photograph from 1860 and one taken on our smartphones are both called the same thing, after all.

And yet, the resemblance of the end product masks that there have been huge changes in the way that photographs are made. What was once a slow, rare chemical process has become a ubiquitous, electronic one.

Read more. [Image: Library of Congress]

— 2 months ago with 288 notes