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Canon Dual Fisheye Lens

Canon has introduced a dual fisheye lens for shooting VR content. The virtual reality video production system includes a dedicated lens and a pair of computer software applications that allows for shooting stereoscopic 3D VR content in 8K. The RF5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye produces a parallax effect used to create 3D 180-degree virtual-reality images. The result is ultra-high-definition video that is very immersive for display on devices like the Oculus Quest. watch the video below



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Blockhead Side-Facing Plug

All Apple fiends have to acknowledge that every once in a while there are some features on Apple devices that become annoying and we start to wonder: "Did they really think this through?”…in this case it´s something that MacBook users sometimes complain about: why are the Apple chargers so bulky? Especially when you have to micromanage your home or office space and layout. So, in order to get your Apple laptop charging and not getting the charger sticking out o...
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Apple M1 iMac

Here it is folks, the new iMac, Apple´s most powerful desktop computer to date. The new M1 iMac is powered by the groundbreaking M1 chip, measures just 11.5 millimeters thin, and features an immense 24-inch 4.5k retina display. There is also feature a matching Touch ID-enabled keyboard, six-speaker sound system, four USB-C ports (two Thunderbolt enabled) and support for 6K external monitors, matching Magic Mouse colors and macOS Big Sur, making it essential for any...
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Nuviz Motorcycle Head-Up Display

NUVIZ is a new gizmo that gets a Head-up-Display on your helmet and that’s a pretty cool feature. But NUVIZ is also something more than a simple HUD system, it also features a GPS, communication, music and photo management, all of which can be managed by a simple mount on system that you simply attach to your helmet. You also have to mount the control unit onto your handlebar to switch between the functions you want to use. NUVIZ is very easy to use and intuitive ...
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