Super stealth MIT camera can take 3D images in complete darkness

Anyone with a smartphone knows how impossible it is to take pictures in the dark. At best you get a picture that looks like a pile of dark to darker grains of sand. Researchers, however, have come up with a better way. They've been able to take 'ultra sharp images' with little to no light. Basically, it's creating… » 12/02/13 11:13pm 12/02/13 11:13pm

Neurocam Analyzes Your Brainwaves to Take Photos For You

Pressing a button is so 20th century. And winking or asking Google Glass to do it for you seems like quite a lot of effort, too. So, for the truly lazy, Neurocam analyzes your brainwaves to work out when you want a picture taking. » 10/29/13 7:11am 10/29/13 7:11am

Leaked Images Reaffirm Sony's Smartphone Lens Camera Arrival

Sony has been as leaky as a sieve when it comes to its much-rumored new Smartphone Lens Camera. Now, a full set of leaked press images offer more clarity than ever about what we can expect. » 9/03/13 6:46am 9/03/13 6:46am

Why Is A Cheap Color Sensor Such A Big Deal?

We expect our devices to know what's going on. Automatic doors, smartphones, temperature control systems and beyond all perform actions when they detect certain conditions. And it seems like it would just be convenient to put cameras on everything so devices could have eyes on all different situations. It would also be … » 9/01/13 6:12pm 9/01/13 6:12pm

Multitaskers Beware: This Service Makes You Focus On One Thing

Online instructional courses or web training can be boring. So that's where any distraction ever comes in. Learning! But the online training company Mindflash is offering a new feature for their iPad services that ensures actual focus and participation. No reading Gizmodo allowed. » 8/18/13 11:28am 8/18/13 11:28am

This High-Speed Digital Camera Can Freeze Objects Moving 7,500 MPH

When it comes to high-speed photography—and we're talking about freezing explosions and other occurrences that are over in just thousandths of a second—something known as film-based streak photography has always been the go-to technology. But as film continues its slow death, a company called MetroLaser has come up… » 8/15/13 12:40pm 8/15/13 12:40pm

How to Get Some of the Best Moto X Features on Your Android Phone Now

Last week, Motorola announced its new flagship handset, the Moto X, that included some sweet new features. The phone isn't out yet, but you can duplicate some of the functionality right now. » 8/08/13 4:40pm 8/08/13 4:40pm

Ford Gives Cops Eyes in the Backs of their Cars

Police on patrol live and breathe situational awareness. Even in the safety of their patrol cars, cops can't let their guards down. Now, a new feature developed by Ford and InterMotive Inc. lets officers know when pedestrians are approaching from behind — and puts the vehicle in lockdown. This car will cover your six. » 7/19/13 2:20pm 7/19/13 2:20pm

Ricoh GR Review: A Great Starter Camera For Aspiring Pros

For any aspiring photographer looking for a camera to begin their journey, the Ricoh GR should be one of the first stops. The GR packs mid-size DSLR imaging in a pocketable and lightweight form factor that isn’t anything but a pleasure to carry around and shoot with. » 6/18/13 6:06pm 6/18/13 6:06pm