Rob Schmitz is the 2nd reporter to have an inside look at Foxconn plant, the manufacturing plant where Apple’s devices are made. Today, Schmitz capture a video that showing our first-ever look at the assembly process of an iPad device in its assembly line at the Foxconn plant in Shanghai, China. It is very interesting to realize how machines work together at the production line. Schmitz also noted a few other interesting points, such as workers switching positions and shifts every few days .
After about one year of experiments , youtube Developing Team today has launched its feature of converting HD video (1080 p) to 3D videos Automatically , day after day youtube develop its service to attract more and more of users , Previously this feature was optional , because its success and used by a lot of users , youtube has developed it to be Automated , and this appears in the down place of thevideo bar , also you can convert more than one video
While combining the beauty of light and the charm of dew drops with a creative photographer result will be eye-catching images as you will see:
What you see in this picture is dew drops that shining like pearls on a dandelion flower!
that what the British artist Sharon Johnston fades in, This group of non-traditional forms of dew drops using macro imaging techniques, which means the art of close imaging tiny objects to show the precise details with special lenses. (more…)
Sand flea is the name of a small robot which designed for the U.S. Army, which is a small monitoring device that moves on four wheels, and is distinct from any other robot that can jump at an amazing skill within a distance of 9 meters!!
The company Boston Dynamics developed this robot for the U.S. Army, the main objective is to be sent to Afghanistan to explore areas that are difficult to soldiers to access.
the following picture isn’t painted nor made by Photoshop or other photo editing software , but it was captured by regular digital camera that lasts 10.9 sec to produce this shot
we were talked about this technique in our previous topic (long exposure photography ) , but in this topic we will talk in details about how it works?
- it’s difference from the regular photography that it uses (longer shutter speed) , to answer this question , we must know little concepts in photo logy :
it’s like the window that passes the light , this window opens in capturing process permitting the light to pass through the lenses to the sensor , but the more important factor than shutter size is : the time that the shutter will still opens which called (shutter speed) , so the name is little misleading as what we talking about is time not speed! ….. to illustrate this lecture let’s take an Example: (more…)
Simple but exceptional, this what was said by the photographer, American artist CHRISTOPHER PAVOLY when they asked him his opinion in his own works, by using such small toys and foods he shows a lot of creation in his own paintings
In this photo he uses some liters of milk to create this but looking in it makes you realize more (more…)