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Slow-motion video has always been fun to watch, with the best rigs usually shooting on the scale of thousands of frames per second. But now the world's fastest camera, developed by researchers at Caltech and INRS, blows them out of the water, capturing the world at a mind-boggling 10 trillion frames per second – fast enough to probe the nanoscale interactions between light and matter... Co
The service was given a tentative launch window of September 2018 months after being delayed from its original late 2017 release. ...
High Fidelity has closed a $35 million funding round, raising money the company says it plans to use to continue to develop its open source, blockchain-powered social VR platform.  ...
Snapchat is on a roll. Yet again, it has introduced a feature that will enable users to record 60-second Snapchat videos. Gone are the days when you were not limited to the dull and boring 10 seconds time frame for your videos. Through its ‘Multi-Snap’ feature, Snapchat now allows you to record videos for up to […]The post How to Record 60-second Snapchat Videos on Android appeared first on
If you work in the city but live on its outskirts, traveling to the office by train or bus can be much less stressful than taking the car. But the distance from the train station or bus depot to your desk might still be quite a trek by foot, leading many commuters to invest in portable transport solutions – ranging from rollerskates to Solowheels and pedal assist e-bikes to kickscooters. A
The United States reclaims the title of having the world's most powerful supercomputer as the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) unveils a machine capable of handling 200,000 trillion calculations per second (200 petaflops). In a ceremony on Friday, June 8, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry introduced Summit, eight times more powerful than ORNL's previous supercomp
Photographer Jonathan Usher of Wellington, New Zealand, recently created this photo of the Milky Way rising from the horizon near his city. But get this: he wasn’t using a tripod or any other stabilization — not even a rock. It’s a “60-second exposure” shot handheld.“How does one hold a camera still enough for a full minute?” you might be asking yourself.
there is now a robot out there somewhere that can solve a rubiks cube it in less than half of a second -- exactly .12 less to be precise. The post watch this robot solve a rubik’s cube in under a second appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
How much does a couple of hundredths of a second cost? Somewhere in excess of US$4 million, it would seem, as this Japanese supercapacitor supercar fractionally out-accelerates an upcoming Tesla Roadster worth less than 1/20th the price...Continue Reading Aspark Owl electric supercar records blistering 1.89-second 0-62 sprintCategory: AutomotiveTags: Crazy Electric Vehicles
the building was previously the studio of fashion photographer john cowan in the 1960s, before richard rogers’ architectural practice occupied the building in the 1980s.The post selgascano fills ‘second home holland park’ with natural light, bright colors, and plants appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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