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This Underwater Short Film Was Shot on a Bare iPhone

London-based filmmaker Frederic van Strydonck made this creative short film titled Spltch, which teleports the viewer to different locations through taking dips below the water's surface. Everything was shot with an unprotected iPhone X.

An Animated History of the Camera, from 1900 to Today

Animator Portero Delantero of Barcelona, Spain, created this 1.5-minute animation showing a brief history of the photographic camera. Starting with the Kodak Brownie of 1900, the camera morphs into a number of different cameras that have appeared over the next 100+ years before arriving at the iPhone 6 of 2014.

‘Prix’ is the First Short Film That Shows the Power of a QuantumFilm Sensor

Back in 2010, we reported that a California-based startup called InVisage was working on a new image sensor technology called QuantumFilm, which uses "quantum dots" to make sensors that are several times more sensitive to light than traditional sensors.

Now, 5 years later, the first short film shot with the technology has been released. You can see what the sensor can do in the 7.5-minute short above, titled "Prix."