NHK shows off a new 33-megapixel Super Hi-Vision video camera that shoots four billion pixels per second.
Watch this robotic guitar play a song that normally requires three musicians with unrelenting precision and gusto.
RGBD Toolkit lets you make your virtual 3D videos using just a Kinect and DLSR.
BBC’s new Planet Earth Live series follows wild animals in real-time starting next week. It's like going on a Safari (minus the chance to contract a fatal illness)!
Magnifi is an iPhone attachment that lets you take pictures from a microscope, telescope, binoculars, or any optic with an eyepiece.
Virtual Lighting Studio is a free, browser-based photography studio lighting simulator that lets you play with strobes, ring lights, and soft boxes.
Multiplayer Piano lets you play a virtual piano with random strangers on the Web
NBC and YouTube team up to live-stream the entire 2012 Summer Olympic Games, bringing over 3,000 hours of coverage to the Web.
Adobe shows off a new blur iris tool that will allow you to add a fake shallow depth of field to your images.
Carl-Frederic Salicath makes a twin-lens reflex camera out of binocular lenses, a junked mirror, and Lego bricks.
Promise DVRs can record 60 channels simultaneously, and can store up to seven days' worth of programming.
MicroOLED develops a 5.4-megapixel, 2560 by 2048-pixel resolution 0.61-inch display that could be used in cameras as an electronic-viewfinder.
Sony shrinks back-illuminated CMOS technology into camera phone-sized sensors that can shoot in low-light and take HDR movies.
Photographer Dennis Manarchy builds a 35-foot-long film camera to take 6-foot-tall negatives that eventually become two-story-tall prints.
A Sony A55 user named Dario replaces his damaged translucent pellicle mirror with a home hacked one made of plastic food wrap--and it actually works!