In case you missed the interview with our very own Christopher Eldemire on Smile Jamaica here's the video. Enjoy!
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Leica Q Silver: A New Colour Option for the Full-Frame Compact Camera Leica Camera AG presents a version of its high-performance compact camera with the full-frame sensor and fast prime lens: The Leica Q in silver. The new colour version impresses with a combination of black and silver elements. The top plate and the [...]
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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Review The Inspiron comes with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 with Max-Q design and 6GB of VRAM. That's plenty of power to play games at high settings, but you'll have to lower some games' settings to get the smoothest frame rates. Max-Q cards allow for laptops [...]
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Acer Predator Triton 700 Review This shift in focus means that the laptop should produce less heat, which allows for smaller fans and a svelter frame. Max-Q also has the bonus of WhisperMode, which Nvidia says uses a process called Intelligent Face Pacing to control how much energy [...]
The future of smart glasses comes into focus Q: Are people going to wear smart glasses while walking around in public, or will they be obtrusive "goggles" or Google Glass-like devices that aren't socially acceptable? The answer is: yes. And a new Google patent emerged this week showing a [...]
Concord Camera Corp. (NASDAQ: LENS) was a camera manufacturer based in the United States. It produced primarily Affordable Cameras for consumer use under many brands. The majority of Concord products were produced in China
Concord produced digital, 35mm and single use cameras. For example, the Concord 3045 camera is a 3.1 megapixel digital camera that was manufactured by Concord. It manufactured digital cameras mainly under its own Concord eye-Q range. Its single use and film cameras were sold under the Polaroid brand.
Concord also produced framing and photo storage solutions under its Frame and Store brand. This range included frames, photo cds and negative storage solutions.
Concord sold its image capture products worldwide through sales and distribution offices in...
team including ASU scientist says human activities like farming a factor Methane and nitrous oxide gas emissions, caused by human activities like farming, overwhelm earthly carbon dioxide absorption and should be tackled to fight climate change,... An Arizona State University scientist worked on the paper as part of an international research team of 23 scientists from 16 institutions in four countries, led by Hanqin Tian of Auburn University. Kevin Gurney, senior sustainability scientist in the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability and associate professor in the School of Life Sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, is an atmospheric scientist, ecologist...
And on top of that, she finds the idea of setting up a registry for a courthouse wedding to be a little tacky. I ran across a story of a woman whose sister was having a courthouse wedding. There isn’t going to be a reception, and not many people are even being invited to the wedding, but, there is a registry. Big sis finds the idea to be extremely boorish and is wondering if she should tell her sister since the registry idea isn’t sitting well with a few other family members as well. The consensus, according to these Internet streets, is that having a registry for small courthouse ceremonies, and ceremonies that involve eloping, in general, is not a good idea.
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Dr Rosemary: Is an eye test at my age really necessary? Q I'M 45 and have just started having difficulty ... For example, I have an astigmatism which means that the front surface of my eye is slightly irregular and although cheap reading glasses help me to read small print my vision is much better with the ... [...]
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Knight at the Movies: Hello, My Name Is Doris;, Eye in the Sky With her bouffant hairpieces, her cat-eye glasses, colorful getups and penchant for picking ... The home edition includes a behind-the-scenes featurette and Q&A with the cast. Upcoming movie calendar Highlights from films opening in Chicago, March 18 ... [...]
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AMD doubles down on VR with Sulon Q, LiquidVR The trouble is that not only does a VR experience need to be producing frames at 90fps for smooth motion, it needs to produce two of them at a time (one for each eye). So ... users’ experience of VR. Sulon Q and its Magic Beans stole the show For ... [...]
Q&A | Calipari: SEC tourney got UK ready for run So now, instead of you just looking (for) Player of the Year nationally at his numbers offensively, which are like eye-popping – like ... It’s on you to be in the right frame of mind. Being in a desperate frame of mind, being in an excited frame ... [...]
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Wells Fargo Looks to Eye-Scan Security The eye-scan system has a few limitations. It works if you wear glasses or contacts, but not if you have a glass eye. It might be thrown off if the users can't stand still -- say if they're in a moving vehicle -- or if there's not enough light. [...]
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In time for holiday gift giving, today PogoTec announced the availability of PogoCam, the world’s smallest and lightest attachable eyewear camera. At $149, the PogoCam attaches magnetically to most glasses so consumers can maintain their own signature style without being forced into less fashionable eyewear options. The small, lightweight, and easily removable camera lets users discover the world from their...
The following video presents EUROPEAN PREMIUM COMPACT CAMERA 2015-2016 – Leica Q:“The Leica Q is a hugely impressive camera that combines state-of-the-art technology with traditional design. The 28mm wide-angle lens is incredibly sharp and the fast electronic shutter, means you can shoot wide open at f/1.7 even in bright sunlight. The 24-million-pixel full frame sensor gives superb image quality, even at high ISO settings, and the traditional control dials give intuitive shooting. The...
When does a pair of glasses become more than just, well, glasses?