Kodak is getting into the VR space in a big way their new Kodak Orbit 360 VR 4K Camera. This camera takes Kodak’s existing technology for making VR images and the camera itself puts it all together for you. You won’t have to get on the computer and do it yourself if you don’t want […]
Kodak was founded in 1892 by George Eastman. Since then, Kodak has grown to a 7.7 billion dollar company. Starting in print film and cameras, the company made a major change in the new century to included digital production. Kodak still makes film for cameras and major motion pictures.
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While I was slightly under 4,000 miles away, I could still keep great tabs on my home using this Kodak CFH-V10 Video Monitor from Kodak. This is a small IP camera that not only allows me to monitor what’s going on at home, it can also record events for my review. The CFH-V10 is an […]
Over the weekend, we found out that Kodak was shuttering their digital camera side of Kodak. That means both the digital cameras and their digital video cameras are being discontinued. Which means there will be no Zi12 PlayFul Dual as we were anticipating later this year. This is a sad day – The Kodak Zi8 […]
The first day of BlogWorld & New Media Expo was powerful. This is the day to learn as companies like ProBlogger and ReBlogWorld, as well as the medical and military tracks bring out content and learning to all members. The Keynote sessions by people like Scott Stratten, then a mid-day keynote with Brian Solis and […]
The group got together after everyone got in to BlogWorld. We talked about strategy, our roles and more. Rick Calvert then took us on a walk through to show where everything is. I took out the Kodak and shot some backchannel video on the walkabout. Fun fact: There are about 3000 attendees this year.
It’s been a while since I did a Ramblings. Here we go… Last night I went to record some of July’s Day in Tech History episodes. The audio was lagging – when I stopped processing, it would sit and think. I was able to save the recording, but it took a good 5 minutes to […]
As the market for smartphones heats up, so too are the phone patent wars. I suspect that, in the long run, the only outfits that really benefit from this will be the law firms, but it should be fun to watch. Nokia and Apple are busy suing each other. Nokia sued Apple in October and […]
The latest answer, the latest of many, to the question of “earth, the universe, and everything” in computerdom seems to be cloud computing, in which users’ applications and data exist not on their local machines, but up there, somewhere, in the “cloud.” (Aside: In the olden days, when I was a young ‘un, it was […]