DATE: February 8, 2019
AUTHOR: Leslie Marshall
Magic Leap One Creator Edition:
Most augmented reality applications simply turn the screen of your smartphone into a modified version of the real world. It is fun, but flat. However, Magic Leap glasses put digital objects right in front of your eyes. The headset uses a projection technology, called a light field, to project an image onto transparent glass displays. Cameras and infrared sensors on the front of the wearable device capture your surroundings, so digital sprites can interact with IRL objects.
DJI’s Mavic 2 Zoom:
To get a good shot, drone operators can take the risk of sending the drone too close to the target. This problem was solved in a new drone from DJI. The camera on the Mavic 2 is equipped with a 2x optical zoom lens that allows pilots to change perspective on the fly. Since keeping the frame in a stable position becomes much more difficult when zooming in, computer vision helps the camera to capture objects in the frame, and the built-in stabilization pulls data from the gyros to keep the horizon straight.
Pixel Visual Core by Google
If you take a photo with the help of the flagship smartphone of 2018, your device probably took several pictures and then using machine learning turned them into one high-quality image. This method, known as the HDR multi-shot, used to be optional, but now it happens with each photo. The phones are coping with all these additional problems with new dedicated image processors, such as Pixel Visual Core, which debuted on Pixel 2 phones last fall. The microcircuit makes your pictures more attractive, lightening the shadows and reducing the blurriness of shaking hands. All this editing takes place in the same time that the old phone takes one lousy snapshot.
Dozing off with earplugs or headphones is a tempting way to drown out a snoring neighbor or endless street noise. But using headphones may cause you to miss a fire alarm. Bose has designed Sleep buds headphones that will lull you to sleep with pleasant sounds but still have a gap in the audible spectrum. In this interval, smoke and CO2 signals sound, so in most cases and at a reasonable volume, important notifications should still wake you up.
QTM052 mmWave Qualcomm antenna module:
Whether 5G networks will appear in the 2020s, But antennas have already been developed that will pass data signals 50 percent faster. Qualcomm mmWave antenna module will be installed on your future smartphones. Manufacturers can assemble up to four such chips to their phones in order to create a reserve for receiving 5G.
Corning Gorilla Glass 6:
As wireless charging becomes standard on smartphones, glass backs come back – and double your chances of cracking a broken phone. Glass Gorilla Glass 6 withstands an average of 15 drops on a solid surface with a meter height, which is twice the strength of its predecessor. The secret of chemistry is a bath of molten salts that replaces smaller sodium ions in glass with larger potassium ions. Since thicker potassium ions take up more space, they create compressive stress on the surface of the glass, making it harder to damage.
GoPro Hero7 Black :
Agree, nothing is as annoying as a shaking video. For Hero7 Black, GoPro has developed a feature called HyperSmooth, which provides digital video stabilization. The system relies on a pixel buffer framing the camera’s sensor. When the onboard gyroscope and accelerometer detect vibrations, it corrects the active part of the sensor in real time. While the technology eliminates vibrations, it does not block the horizon; if you rotate, the video follows you without creating a blur and a crop.
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