Polish tech company Orbitvu has introduced Bike Studio: a robotic, automated studio that makes cycling photography a piece of cake. While it doesn’t eliminate the photographer like some other solutions we’ve seen, it makes it a lot easier for them to shoot and process images of bikes, and any accompanying gear and attire.
We’ve all been hearing about AI tech that wants to tell us how good our shots are. Apple recently bought out Regaind to help critique our images. Adobe included something simialr in the newest version of Photoshop Elements 2018. Software solutions so far simply look at the thousands of shots you’ve already made. Google wants to cut out the middleman and put this functionality into the camera.
Google’s new “Clips” camera has quite a few bits missing. It has no LCD, and only one button, a shutter button. Although this button is entirely optional. You see, the camera has AI built into it that uses machine learning to recognise and learn faces. It then seeks out interesting moments to capture all by itself. A little creepy, but also pretty cool.
Film photographers, prepare your hearts (and wallets…if you’re lucky enough). This is the Filmomat, an automated film processor capable of developing both color and black and white in almost any format you can throw its way.