#Technology
3.7K views | +0 today
Follow
 
Scooped by TotalMad
onto #Technology
Scoop.it!

@htc >>> @UEFAcom Tech Talk: Size Matters

@htc >>> @UEFAcom Tech Talk: Size Matters | #Technology | Scoop.it
As the Group Stages of the 2013 UEFA Champions League approach their climax – and with the release of the HTC One max – now is the time to find out how much ‘size matters’ in professional football.
more...
No comment yet.
#Technology
All  
Curated by TotalMad
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by TotalMad from Wearable Tech and the Internet of Things (Iot)
Scoop.it!

Hi-tech bike helmet has two cameras and gives 320 degree vision 

Hi-tech bike helmet has two cameras and gives 320 degree vision  | #Technology | Scoop.it
Empty description

Via Richard Platt
TotalMad's insight:
Share your insight
more...
Richard Platt's curator insight, March 30, 4:20 PM

Designed by Australian firm Cyclevision, the lightweight helmet has two HD cameras embedded into the frame and can even stream the footage from the rear camera to a phone on the handlebars.  Footage captured by the cameras is recorded on 4.5-hour 'continuous overwriting loop' which is stored on a 32GB SD card. The helmet has two 1080p micro HD cameras - one in the front and one in the back.  Cameras capture a 160-degree field of view each, recording everything going on in front and behind of the rider.  Footage is recorded on a 4.5 hour 'continuous overwriting loop' which is stored on a 32GB SD card. But a 256GB upgrade is available. A rechargeable lithium polymer battery provides 5 hours of recording time.  By connecting the camera to a phone mounted on the handlebars, the rider can keep track of hazards behind them.  But the firm offers an upgrade to 256GB for better vision data storage.  According to the Cairns-based firm, the CycleVision helmet weighs just 280 grams and all the components are waterproof.  To get the footage from the cameras, wearers plug into a USB port and vision and audio files can be easily transferred to a laptop.  It is powered by a rechargeable lithium polymer battery that can provide five hours of recording time. 

But the most notable feature is the Wi-Fi connection of the rear camera. By connecting the camera to a phone mounted on the rider's handlebars, the rider can keep track of how close that truck is to their mud guard.

Rescooped by TotalMad from Experimental music software and hardware
Scoop.it!

Usine Hollyhock: Olivier Sens experiments DMX at Canal93 #1


Via sensomusic, nay-seven
more...
sensomusic's curator insight, January 21, 8:52 AM

Olivier Sens experiment here the DMX possibilities of his software Usine Hollyhock. Using a patch named Arpix, based on a physical engine, each balls run a light event. Then he use a Leap Motion to control different parameters of the lights, like dimmer, gobo and  zoom.

nay-seven's curator insight, January 21, 8:57 AM

Olivier Sens demonstrate here the DMX possibilities of his software Usine Hollyhock. You can find 2 others videos about this subject on the Sensomusic channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCanVe4HUO9kHIZPpjqPKrrQ

Scooped by TotalMad
Scoop.it!

Intelligent design-professor: Her er biologiens tre beviser for, at Gud står bag alt

Intelligent design-professor: Her er biologiens tre beviser for, at Gud står bag alt | #Technology | Scoop.it
Empty description
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by TotalMad from Violins
Scoop.it!

Making of the first 3D printed violin


Via Marc Rougier
more...
Marc Rougier's curator insight, August 29, 2015 5:44 AM

 By 3Dvarius - N°1 named Pauline. Art and Technology.