LG announces the world’s largest OLED HDTV with a 55-inch screen that it says trumps LCDs and incorporates new affordable technology.
Nikon Japan releases a new FT1 mount adapter that let’s the Nikon 1 use any DSLR lens with full automatic functionality.
Scientists turn an ordinary DSLR into a hyperspectral camera using a frankenlens made of a diffraction gel, a 50-mm and 17-40-mm lens, and some PVC pipe.
Here’s how to get a macro and telephoto lens out of your standard 50mm prime lens for less than $100.
MIT scientists create a camera system that can take one trillion frames per second--fast enough to see the speed of light and capture moving photons.
Swivl is a novel camera dock that works with mobile phones and uses object tracking to follow you in a video.
Lomo goes into movie Lomography with the LomoKino, a hand cranked 35-mm film camera.
Adobe’s Jue Wang shows off more photos ruined by camera shake and restored with the deblurring tool.
It's a camera! It's a ball! It's…both! German researchers come up with the Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera that can take a single, instantaneous 360-degree image.
University of Utah engineers develop a wireless network that can be used to monitor the breathing rate of hospital patients.
Rice University researchers develop an duplex antenna allowing devices to upload and download data on a single frequency.
Professional Photographer Mitchell Feinberg decides to go digital with a 8 by 10-inch digital sensor to replace his Polaroids.
A camera on the ISS live-streams the first 3D footage from space.
Who needs digital? These 5 cheap, quirky plastic camera let you take photos old-school style, while pulling off a cool visual trick.
IEEE sets a 802.22 standard for so-called Super Wi-Fi with 22Mbps data transmission over white-space analog television frequencies.