Lytro announced today their latest light field camera called the Illum. It promises 4x the resolution of the original Lytro camera. It’s a slick looking camera with a constant f/2.0 over the 30mm-250mm range; an impressive feat. Priced at $1,499, it’s definitely not the cheapest option out there for a camera. Read More
UPDATE: If you’re running OS X then you’re likely pretty peeved at the moment, but here’s a nice work around so you can start using it!
I’m pretty excited about trying this out. Sure, I need to download the Creative Cloud version of Lightroom to get it to work, but that’s a minor inconvenience considering I’m already paying the monthly fee for the whole suite. For everyone else, this would likely read as bummer.
The idea is that I’ll be able to edit photos directly on my iPad and then sync it back up with my desktop. Sounds pretty good. I’ll let you know you know how it goes.
Amazon announced the Fire TV today for $99 that competes with Apple TV, Roku and Google’s Chromecast. It plugins directly into your TV and does the regular streaming features that the others do plus featuring Amazon Prime.
Why do I say that it beats Apple to the punch then? Because of the gaming. You can buy a separate controller and play the same games you’re playing on your Kindle Fire. Where are my games Apple? Read More