Peeking Into The Third Dimension With 3D Glasses

Instead of directly explaining it, I will take a different route this time. Let’s take a look at this conversation between Walter and Michael. In case you are not familiar with them, Walter is a mathematician and Michael is his friend who refuses to acknowledge that humans need complex mathematical models. This attitude of Michael doesn’t sit well with Walter and hence they are constantly at loggerheads over this issue. They were once walking along and they came across a multiplex.   Continue reading

Looking Into The Future With Google Glass

Unless you shut down all your gadgets and hid yourself in a dark alley with absolutely no connection to the rest of the world, you would have heard that the Google I/O conference started on June 27. It is one of the most exciting events in the realm of tech innovation. Google came up with a couple of new devices – A 7-inch Android Jelly Bean tablet called Nexus 7 and a social media streaming device called Nexus Q. But that’s not what this blog post is about. I want to talk about the insanely cool Google Glass demo that they presented in the conference. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can see it here. This reminded all of us why we love and adore Google. The technology falls in the category of Wearable Computing. When they started it out a few years ago, it sounded very futuristic, but not anymore. It’s here and we just saw it!   Continue reading

Understanding Camera Resolution

Cameras are being embedded everywhere. We find them on our phones, tablets, laptops and other types of gadgets as well. Digital cameras are getting sharper and smarter by the day. Some cameras capture good quality pictures while some cameras don’t. We frequently come across the camera specs which mention the ‘MP’ value of the camera. You understand the fact that a 12MP camera takes better pictures than a 5MP camera. Have you ever stopped to think what makes it better? More pixels means better pictures. Why exactly is that?   Continue reading

Good Things Come In Small Packages

We encounter digital images everyday. We see a lot of JPEG files on our computers, cameras, phones and tablets. The actual images are huge and it should actually take up a lot of space to fit in all that data. But somehow our machines are able to compress all those images and store everything compactly. Ever wondered how it’s possible to fit so many images in such small space? How can the JPEG algorithm achieve so much reduction in size without visibly losing the image quality?   Continue reading

The Magic Of Reverse Image Search

Are you familiar with the images shown above? What if you want to find out what these images contain? For those of you who are not familiar with Google reverse image search, do the following: Go to Google Images and click on the camera icon towards the right end of the search bar.   Continue reading