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March 2015

Astropad - Transform your iPad into a professional graphics tablet

by sbrothier, 2 comments
YOUR IPAD AS A PROFESSIONAL GRAPHICS TABLET Use the Mac creative tools you know & love, like Photoshop, with the touch experience of your iPad

February 2015

recalbox.com

by NiMe
Retrogaming avec Raspberry Pi

JanOS - Turn your phone into an IoT board

by ghis (via)
JanOS is an operating system designed to run on the chipset of mobile phones. It runs without a screen, and allows you to access all phone functionality, from calling to the camera, through JavaScript APIs.

geekhack - Index

by NiMe
keyboard enthusiasts

Mouse Box

by NiMe
Un ordinateur dans une souris

December 2014

Hush | Block out the world. Hear what you need.

by sbrothier (via)
Hush lets you block out all the noise that keeps you up at night while letting you rest easy knowing that you’ll still be woken up by the things that matter most.

Anova Culinary | Sous Vide Immersion Circulators and Precision Cookers by Anova

by sbrothier
We Make the World's Best Sous Vide Devices. Smarter Cooking. Better Results.

September 2014

August 2014

AbsolutePC

by NiMe
pc sur mesure

July 2014

Ubuntu Desktop certified hardware | Ubuntu

by sylvainulg
which is the best laptop to buy for your Linux distro ? ask the guys who packed your distro ;)

June 2014

Meet AirDog, An Action Sports Drone For Your GoPro Camera | TechCrunch

by sbrothier
The problem Latvian startup Helico Aerospace Industries has set out to solve is most homemade action sports videos rely on a camera, such as the GoPro, being strapped on your person or action sports equipment, providing mostly a POV shot only. But, with drone technology, it could be possible to democratise the kind of aerial videos previously the domain of expensive, professional shoots only.

BioLite BaseCamp Stove | Turn Fire into Electricity by BioLite — Kickstarter

by sbrothier
The BioLite BaseCamp is a complete off-grid cooking and energy solution for groups, powered by wood. Using only fallen branches or small pieces of firewood, you can make wood-fired meals and charge your devices all at the same time. It's a smart alternative to fossil-fueled stoves, creating an elevated cooking fire that burns smarter than any campfire you're used to.

May 2014

Meet OTTO - The Hackable GIF Camera by Next Thing Co. — Kickstarter

by sbrothier
A customizable camera powered by Raspberry Pi. Make and share camera modes that shoot photos with your unique style.

April 2014

Researchers Develop Method for Getting High-Quality Photos from Crappy Lenses

by sbrothier
There are many reason high-quality lenses cost as much as they do (and in some cases that is quite a lot), and one of them is that high-end lenses use many specially-designed elements that are perfectly-positioned to counteract aberrations and distortions.

Lytro changed photography. Now can it get anyone to care? | The Verge

by sbrothier
Lytro's ultimate, simplest goal is to turn the physical parts of the camera — the lens, the aperture, the shutter — into software. If it can do that, the camera hardware itself becomes secondary; it would take nothing more than a cheap lens and a sensor to build a light-field camera.

March 2014

James George

by sbrothier
James is an artist using code to critically engage with emerging technology.

Facebook, Google, And Sony Are Getting Ready To Fight A Cyberpunk War | Co.Design | business + design

by sbrothier
THE NEXT BIG THING IN TECH IS TO CHANGE THE VERY NATURE OF THE WAY YOU EXPERIENCE REALITY, AS FACEBOOK'S ACQUISITION OF OCULUS VR SUGGESTS. DOES THE DYSTOPIA START HERE?

RGBDToolkit - DSLR + DEPTH Filmmaking | Home

by sbrothier
The RGBDToolkit invites you to imagine the future of filmmaking. Repurposing the depth sensing camera from the Microsoft Kinect or Asus Xtion Pro as an accessory to your HD DSLR camera, the open source hardware and software captures and visualizes the world as mesmerizing wireframe forms. A CGI and video hybrid, the data can be rephotographed from any angle in post.

Airport Security Staff are Going to Hate Wearable Cameras

by sbrothier
What follows is the story of my brush with Homeland Security today while entering the United States a few hours ago. It was all my fault, but I get the feeling I was an early example of something that staff in airports around the world will have to deal with regularly as wearable data collection devices become more common…

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