Posts Tagged ‘handsfree’

Neurocam is Like a Google Glass Camera That You Control with Brain Waves

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Google is planning on rolling wearable camera glasses out to the general public in the near future, so we may soon be hearing utterances of “okay glass” all around us as owners snap photos with voice control. If using your voice as a shutter isn’t your thing, you might want to start waiting for the Neurocam. It’s a crazy iPhone-based camera system that uses your brain waves to snap photos!
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Voice Shutter Now Available for Android Phones Running CyanogenMod

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CyanogenMod is sort of like Magic Lantern for Android phones. It’s an open source, replacement firmware option for people who want to get more out of certain Android devices. And the most recent update targets the photographic community — in a hands-free sort of way. Read more…

Take Hands-Free Roadtrip Photos with a Pair of Hacked Cameras

Snapping a photograph while driving isn’t the smartest, safest, or easiest thing to do. How then should one go about snapping pictures of the interesting things you drive past without breaking the law or putting people at risk?

Caleb Kraft of Hack a Day has one possible solution: remote-controlled cameras that attach to the side windows of a car.
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