Monthly Archives: October 2013

The most photographed mountain in Scotland

Originally posted on Julian Calverley's Blog:
Just back from a productive week of shooting personal work in the Glen Orchy and Glen Coe area of the Scottish Highlands. The weather delivered everything that I could have hoped for, Hoar frost, Ice and a timely dump of snow. Watch this space for the finished imagery…

New Panoramic Work

Originally posted on Julian Calverley's Blog:
New landscape work, from recent winter trips to the Isle of Skye and the Glen Etive and Glen Coe areas of the Scottish Highlands. Each picture consists of 3 stitched horizontal frames on the IQ180 & ALPA 12 STC. The resulting file is a joy to behold. You…

Blockbuster castAR Kickstarter hits goal in 20 hours to bring AR to the masses

Originally posted on Gigaom:
The Kickstarter community has spoken, and it wants augmented reality. CastAR, the lightweight AR glasses developed by two former Valve hardware gurus, has completed its $400,000 campaign goal on Kickstarter in just 20 hours. As of this writing, the number has steadily grown to more than $416,000, with 29 days left…

NYPD releases homeless coder after arrest in time for Today Show interview

After six years, Anki launches slot car game with artificial intelligence

These 5 countries were ranked best for privacy (infographic)

New frontiers in Twitter diplomacy: Barack Obama, the president of Iran and Jack Dorsey

Originally posted on Gigaom:
By now, most of us are pretty used to seeing Twitter as a powerful tool for real-time discussion around global events — discussion that in some cases includes the actors involved in those events, such as the historic back-and-forth between the Israeli army and the Palestinian group Hamas earlier this year.…