The World’s First Throw-and-Shoot Video Camera is All I Ever Wanted


Meet Lily, the world’s first throw-and-shoot camera. This highly innovative drone is a new way we take video and stills of our activities. Just throw it up in the air, and it tracks you in cinematic video, no matter if you’re riding a wave, kayaking down raging rapids or just off on a peaceful walk with the kids. This device is going to change the way we take selfies, and by that, I mean they’ll actually be good.

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Google Creates Time-Lapse Videos Automatically From Random Pictures on the Internet


Google and the University of Washington are creating what could be the future of DIY timelapses. Using millions of publicly shared images from popular geotagged landmarks around the world and a process the researchers call “timelapse-mining,” they are able to stitch together near seamless sequences of our changing world.

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This Nikon Camera Case Captures What Dogs Are Excited About. Is Anyone Surprised?


We usually take picture of things we’re excited about, but what if a dog could do the same thing? Nikon recently created their ‘Heartography’ project to see what gets dogs excited, using a happy dog named Grizzler as the product tester for their special camera mount with a built-in heart-rate monitor. Whenever he saw something that made his heart beat rise, he snapped a picture. Is anyone really surprised by what Grizzler took pictures of?

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Blind Mother Can “See” Her Baby’s Ultrasound Thanks to 3D Printing Technology


Seeing an ultrasound of her unborn baby for the first time is a milestone that an expectant mother will never forget. A little preview of the bundle of joy that she will soon get to hold in her arms. But for a blind mother, the ultrasound only tells her that her baby is healthy and then she has to wait until birth to know what her baby looks like. But this lucky mother got an unexpected surprise. A doctor used a 3D printer to create a life sized image of her baby’s face so that she could feel what it looks like. The joy on her face as she touches her baby’s “face” for the first time is absoloutely heartwarming.

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Blind Mother Can “See” Her Baby’s Ultrasound Thanks to 3D Printing Technology


Seeing an ultrasound of her unborn baby for the first time is a milestone that an expectant mother will never forget. A little preview of the bundle of joy that she will soon get to hold in her arms. But for a blind mother, the ultrasound only tells her that her baby is healthy and then she has to wait until birth to know what her baby looks like. But this lucky mother got an unexpected surprise. A doctor used a 3D printer to create a life sized image of her baby’s face so that she could feel what it looks like. The joy on her face as she touches her baby’s “face” for the first time is absoloutely heartwarming.

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