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Uniquely-Attired Nutter Attempts to Force Open a Cockpit to Show Pilots His Laser Glasses

laser vision

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Finger Camera Lets You Frame a Shot Like a Pompous Director

you look silly

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Phantom Miro M320S High-Speed Camera Brings Your World to a Standstill

check out the music video for fallopian dudes - pepepiano

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CamOne Infinity Is the First Action Cam With Interchangeable Lenses

i don't know if it's by design

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These Vintage Cameras Died So Your iPhone Could Have a Hip Place To Dock

it's getting harder to find 35mm film?!

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Big Brother just got scarier: Japanese CCTV camera can scan 36 million faces per second - and recognise anyone who has walked into its gaze

Hitachi CCTV camera will be able to scan 36 million faces per second. Also rumored, LG to begin development of similar camera

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Just Some Awesome NASA Rockets Leaving Beautiful Trails In the Sky

virginia where there ain't shit to do but read books

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For the armchair driver? Toyota unveils 'sofa on wheels' - among dozens of other futuristic cars at Beijing motor show

Toyota unveils 'sofa on wheels' - among dozens of other futuristic cars at Beijing motor show

These glasses, we heard, have a front-facing camera used to gather information and could aid in augmented reality apps. It will also take pictures. The spied prototype has a flash —perhaps for help at night, or maybe it is just a way to take better photos. The camera is extremely small and likely only a few megapixels.

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Brilliant Spherical Solar Cells Don't Need To Be Pointed Directly At the Sun

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SayHi Translate: An Interpreter Inside Your iPhone

I really liked the concept of this App. What's interesting is that with the improvement of this technology, we may be able to completely remove all language barriers between different countries, fundamentally changing our perception of different cultures. A bit of a shortcut maybe...but it's better than learning french...