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This topic is beyond my comprehension. Well, yet anyway. I've learned a lot on the topic of photography but I'm just a hobbyist. Combined with my interest in tech, math and basically expensive stuff I learn from the availability of hi end gear, and the tech that allows the things it can accomplish.Still, thanks for your post. I get some of it, and will read some more before making a fool of myself.Thanks.
Ha! Street View turns out to be prior art...from 1907¡
Like the Dell Streak, you mean¿I think it would be more authentic if (s)he would have a 'stylus-fingernail' though:
i love replies like yours; I learn something, and you took the time to show it to me. Still, double fail on my part, other than the grammar mistake hell-bent didn't apply to the guy bending over. Oh well.Still, thanks!
A 5.07" display iPhone I would consider it to be a phablet and therefore makes me hope they will keep the 4" alongside. And I thought that after the 4.1", 4.2", 4.3", 4.4", 4.5", 4.6", 4.7", 4.8", 4.9", 5.0", 5.1", 5.2", 5.3", 5.4" & 5.5" display rumours we'd be covered for any outcome. But unfortunately we now are going to go all out and have the rumour mill include .0x" screens, which could run well into 2015 (without actually counting).
Loosing sight a bit and needing glasses sucks. There is unfortunately no way to tell if a larger display on a new iPhone is going to help here; that would only work if they keep the amount of pixels the same, yet I think that if Apple were to release a larger display on a new iPhone it will have increased the # of pixels, making reading glasses still a necessity.
Mess with which market, exactly? 2013 had 1B smartphone buyers; the end of the dumb phone is near:http://readwrite.com/2013/08/14/the-death-of-the-dumb-phone-is-near#awesm=~oBw18mYjkuMVV4http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/13/smartphones-outsell-dumb-phones-globally/
As to the 3rd person in the picture, maybe he's hell-bend over the large front¿ (isn't that an American saying, hell-bend? Is it a good play of words?)Photographers usually aren't in the picture.Isn't it supposedly tapered? Meaning the top will be thicker, due to the camera and not going for a 'sticking-out camera design'? Then with the thinner bottom one could still use it one-handed if you're 'holding it right'.Then again, it could also be a new smartphone from Samsung....
Good point. Reading up on it now. The compression is quit the feature; good of them to bring it to the world through BSD license.
There's an easy to understand .pdf on EXR on their website:http://www.openexr.com/TechnicalIntroduction.pdf
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