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iris360 is a 360-degree camera that connects with Google Street View

iris360 is a 360-degree camera that connects with Google Street View

Imaging company NCTech has just announced the iris360, a HD camera capable of taking 360-degree panoramic images that can easily and quickly be published on Google's Street View and Maps. Right out of the box, the iris360 can be controlled by smartphone or tablet via app over WiFi, and can capturing images with 8K resolution. Users need only position the camera in the spot they want, and 360-degree panoramic footage is captured without the need of software to stitch images together.

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Shot on iPhone 6 campaign now includes moving pictures

Shot on iPhone 6 campaign now includes moving pictures

Last March, Apple harnessed the power of the masses to spread the word about the iPhone 6's photography prowess, resulting in a gallery of more than 50 images plastered in billboards across 70 cities, spanning 24 countries. And now, to prove that its latest smartphones aren't just for stills, Apple is expanding the Shot on iPhone 6 to the realm of video. The new World Gallery now features short videos from seven videographers that will be showcased in cinemas and TVs in 23 countries across the world.

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Google Photos Review

Google Photos Review

Releasing a new edition of their already in-place Photos app ecosystem, Google re-vamps their software with a set of tools that trumps the competition. What makes this particular solution so excellent is the ease with which you're able to implement it. This solution uses information built-in to your photos - location, for example - and seeks out similarities in photos (and video!) to organize your collection. Once uploaded, entirely for free, you'll have access from every device with which you've got web access.

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Google JUMP made for cameras shooting VR video

Google JUMP made for cameras shooting VR video

A rig and software for shooting virtual reality video in 360-degrees is presented by Google as "JUMP". This system will include schematics that'll be given away by Google to the public. With these plans, you'll be able to build your own JUMP system with whatever cameras you have on hand. The second part of this equation is the JUMP software which stitches all of the video together. They make it seem so very easy - and super pumped for YouTube right out the gate.

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Google Photos includes free unlimited storage

Google Photos includes free unlimited storage

With the introduction of Google's newest iteration of their app "Photos" comes the promise of Unlimited Photo and Video storage. This system is what Google calls "a home for all your photos and video, [helping] you organize and bring moments to life [and making] it easy to share and save what matters." This simple system will build on Google's already in-place Photos app on Android devices across the board. Storage will be incorporated with Google+, but will not require it.

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GoPro has set its sights on drones and virtual reality

GoPro has set its sights on drones and virtual reality

GoPro, maker of the ever-popular little action cameras by the same name, has expanded its horizons a bit, or at least its vision of those future horizons. The company is eyeing both virtual reality and drones, GoPro’s CEO Nick Woodman revealed earlier today. The virtual reality aspect would be facilitated with something dubbed the Six-Camera Spherical Array, which is an accessory designed to hold six of the maker’s Hero 4 action cameras. The other project is a quadcopter said to be in the works. Unfortunately, precious few details about that particular project were revealed, though we can imagine it’ll include a nifty camera.

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Sharp boasts phones that play slo-mo at 2100 fps

Sharp boasts phones that play slo-mo at 2100 fps

Apple's iPhone 5s popularized the slow motion camera effect previously only available on digital cameras. Since then, smartphone makers have tried to add similar capabilities in their flagships, allowing users to shoot video in very high frame rates in order to play them back in a slower pace. Sharp, however, is doing things a bit differently. In addition to recording high frame rate videos, it uses image processing in order to bump up the slo-mo quality, resulting in an almost unbelievable 2,100 fps frame rate.

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This One Photo: An Eagle on a gravestone at Fort Snelling National Cemetery

This One Photo: An Eagle on a gravestone at Fort Snelling National Cemetery

On Memorial Day 2015, a photo of a bald eagle perching on the gravestone of a fallen soldier rings true to the spirit of the day. Today is a day when the United States remembers those women and men who died serving in the country's armed forces, and this one photo taken at Fort Snelling National Cemetery by photographer Frank Glick has struck a nerve. While the photo itself was taken months ago - scratch that, YEARS AGO - the image has spread *again* in a big way since earlier this morning.

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