First, there was the Light L16, a point-and-shoot camera with 16 lens, and now, the company is set to reveal a smartphone with a whopping 9 camera sensors. This device aims to combine a point-and-shoot camera with the functionality of a smartphone, enabling users to capture 64-megapixel photos with 'better low-light performance and sophisticated depth effects' by stitching images from the multiple cameras into a single photo. Continue reading for more interesting images.
Self-cut systems are nothing new, but this person took things to the next level, with his DSLR connected to an external display setup. All things aside, it may not work for all types of haircuts, but if your goal is to just give yourself a simple buzz, this definitely does the trick. That is just one of the many clever, yet simple, ideas that people have come up with to solve everyday problems, or at least enhance them. Continue reading to see more.
We have seen the future of burgers, and it includes automated robots. Officially called the "Creator Burger Robot," this 14-foot-tall machine uses 350 sensors and 20 computers to create a gourmet burger in just 6-minutes. Simply place an order with a human concierge, and then the robot goes to work using only the freshest of ingredients, complete with 15 different sauces, and freshly ground hormone-free, pasture-raised brisket and chuck steak. Continue reading for more interesting images from around the web.
This incredible image depicts NASA astronaut Robert Curbeam working on the International Space Station's S1 truss during the space shuttle Discovery's STS-116 mission. European Space Agency astronaut Christer Fuglesang (out of frame) was his partner in the 6-hour, 36-minute spacewalk. During this mission, the STS-116 crew continued construction of the orbital outpost, adding the P5 spacer truss segment during the first of four spacewalks. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
Tracy Caldwell Dyson is an American chemist and NASA astronaut, or more specifically a Mission Specialist on Space Shuttle Endeavour flight STS-118 in August 2007. She was part of the Expedition 24 crew on the International Space Station between April 4, 2010 and September 25, 2010. To date, she has completed three spacewalks, logging more than 22 hrs of EVA including work to replace a malfunctioning coolant pump. Continue reading for more interesting photos from around the web.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can already be enjoyed on the go via the Nintendo Switch, but if the company ever released a Game Boy Color version, this is probably what it would look like. Sure, the graphics may not hold a candle to the Switch's, but it does capture the mood while retaining design elements from Link's Awakening. Continue reading for more interesting gaming images from around the web.
Milind Raj went out for his normal morning walk last month when something that sounded like an animal whimper was heard off in the distance. So, the 27-year-old found his way to the sound, and discovered a stranded puppy in a drain. Thankfully, he builds robots for a living, and returned to his lab to build an AI-controlled robotic arm attached to a giant drone, for the daring rescue 6-hours later. "The AI helped me monitor the animal's heart rate, If the grip was too tight, the pup would suffocate. When it was on the ground, it vomited plastic including paan masala packets that people had carelessly tossed into the drain," said Mr Raj. Continue reading for more interesting images from around the web.
Sometimes, it's nice to just get out and go for a drive, purely for the scenery, but for the vision impaired that just isn't possible...until now. Introducing Ford's "Feel the View," which is a window technology that reproduces high-contrast monochrome pictures on the side window using special LEDs. The vision impaired can then touch the window and feel the various shades of grey that will vibrate with a range of 255 intensities, enabling them to rebuild the scenes in their mind. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
Built by Conrad Hotels and located in the Maldives, the Muraka underwater hotel is a sight to behold, literally. This submarine suite is anchored 16-feet below surface, and features all that you'd expect from a 5-star hotel. Boasting a large bedroom, living room area, luxurious bathroom, and a second floor for viewing purposes. One caveat: it'll set you back a whopping $50,000 per night. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
There was the NES Zapper, Super Scope 6, and now, this Nintendo Super Famicom "Famigun" concept. This heavy duty gaming peripheral features a bazooka-like metal / plastic design, a fold-out display for more precise aiming action, and even a light-up Super Mario Bros. coin box indicator for good measure. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on if Nintendo will make this fan-made creation a reality. Continue reading for more interesting photos from around the web.