You are here
Home > Devices

New low light camera tech will improve AR apps, facial recognition in smartphones

New low light camera tech will improve AR apps, facial recognition in smartphones

Building a slide deck, pitch, or presentation? Here are the big takeaways: A new low light imaging technique could vastly improve smartphone cameras, security cameras, and facial recognition systems. BGU's Light Invariant Video Imaging eliminates background issues to deliver clear, shadow-free images. A new imaging software developed at Ben-Gurion University

Startup applying virtualization concept to data center power management

Startup applying virtualization concept to data center power management

Image: Vladimir_Timofeev, Getty Images/iStockphoto Virtual Power Systems, a venture-backed startup in Milpitas, CA, started designing what it calls software-defined power four years ago and is now testing the system with corporate partners. The concept is to perform real-time measurement of the combined output of a data center's multiple power sources—mains,

Google, Lenovo announce standalone Daydream VR headset, no smartphone required

Google, Lenovo announce standalone Daydream VR headset, no smartphone required

Building a slide deck, pitch, or presentation? Here are the big takeaways: Google and Lenovo announced the Mirage Solo VR headset that requires no smartphone or tethering to operate. The Daydream headset uses WorldSense technology, meaning it requires no external cameras or sensors to track the user's movement in a

Top