There are many reason high-quality lenses cost as much as they do , and one of them is that high-end lenses use many specially-designed elements that are perfectly-positioned to counteract aberrations and distortions. But what if you could correct for all of that in post?
he basic premise of ths software the researches developed is that once this software knows the point spread functions of your cheap lens, it can correct for blur, distortion and aberration and “recover” a high-quality image.
No use for the OED any more. Google has long been a handy tool for looking up words. But, have you tried to look up a word lately via Google? All kinds of information can be found by clicking the down arrow in the search results.
If privacy while you're browsing the web is important to you, the new Epic Privacy Browser from Hidden Reflex could be the answer for all your discreet surfing needs.
The Epic Privacy Browser will not accept third-party cookies and will block trackers.
It feels a lot like Google Chrome. You can't install extensions because they could leak your privacy. You can easily filter all your browsing through a proxy so that your original IP address is hidden.
If you were really paranoid, I can see where this browser could have a spot on your system. For everyday use, I would find it very hard to use because I have extensions that are essential to how I get things done.
A little experiment from a couple of us at Google. Coder is a free piece of open source software that turns a Raspberry Pi into a simple, lightweight beginner-friendly place to build real stuff for the web. Learn more at goo.gl/coder
Microsoft is now offering a new deal which is available in select Microsoft retail stores in the U.S. and Canada.
The company will give you a minimum $200 gift card if you trade-in your iPad. Tablets that qualify for trade-in are “gently used” iPad 2, iPad 3 and iPad 4 units. This deal actually kicked off on September 5th, it runs until October 27th.
HDMI Forum, Inc., a non-profit, mutual benefit corporation, today announced the release of Version 2.0 of the HDMI Specification. This latest HDMI Specification offers a significant increase in bandwidth to support new features such as 4K@50/60, which is 4 times the clarity of 1080p/60 video resolution; 32 audio channels; as well as dynamic auto lip-sync and extensions to CEC.