When doing night photography, it is essential to know some tips and techniques that will help you attain beautiful pictures. Here are some tips that you can follow when doing night photography:
BBC Worldwide has recently released an iPad app it calls Top Gear News. It's a mixture of standard car news and your "your favourite clips" from the popular BBC man magazine programme.
We hope tonight's party-goers put their dancing shoes on before going to work this morning, because tonight is going to rock. Our launch party received a mammoth amount of interest -- over 300 RSVPs for a venue that can only fit 150 inside, so unfortunately we had to break a few hearts and let some RSVP-ers down gently. But not to worry, because if you missed out this time 'round, you'll be first in the queue for our next meet-up, I promise you.
The road to greatness starts at an early age, and a children's book dedicated to introductory calculus will put your kid on the right path. Has a Nobel Prize winner ever credited Green Eggs and Ham for their success? Exactly.
The cannonball was supposed to blast through an array of water barrels and a cinderblock wall. Supposed to. Instead it hit the wall, a hill and Jasbir Gill's Toyota Sienna. Now do you see why they tell you not to try this at home?
We covered the Triggertrap when it was in its infancy as a budding Kickstarter project. Now the universal camera trigger is fully funded and in production. The device comes packing light, laser and sound sensors, as well as a timer, so you can use pretty much anything to set it off -- perfect for that millisecond capture you're struggling to make.
A known drawback of rifling gun barrels is that they allow a small amount of the expanding gases to exit the gun in all directions before the bullet itself does — decreasing its velocity and increasing recoil. A projectile design by Comp Bullet aims to overcome these issues with vented rounds.
Dig, if you will, a picture of a sock filled with 10p pieces being hurled out of a window. Now imagine a sock filled with fun coming straight back in through said window. That’s what we’ve got for you today. Erm, sort of.
According to a source talking to Know Your Mobile, Amazon's Kindle Fire will be available in Blighty just after Christmas. There's no word on pricing, hopefully it'll be as aggressively priced as it is in the US -- something under £200 would be good. If the rumour is to believed we won't have long to wait at any rate. [Know Your Mobile]
As a true film aficionado it's interesting to dig deeper into the history of photography, and give wet-plate photography a shot. If you manage to avoid poisoning yourself or blowing up half your city, it can give awesome results!
It's the end of an era for microwave communications. The BT Tower used to use 29 massive dishes, 152m up above the skys of London to transmit TV across the country. Now though, TV is transmitted via optical fibre -- the old microwave dishes have been surpassed.
The BBC's old Domesday Project has been brought back to life, with the broadcaster making all the submissions sent in to its 1986 Domesday Book reworking available for public viewing.
While the Guppie looks more menacing than the Mo-Tool, this multi-tool definitely looks more useful. It includes the usual Swiss Army-style stuff — screwdrivers, knives, can opener, wire cutter, file and wrench — but also adds pliers, a hammer and a bloody axe.
And you thought having to turn into a '70s Beetle was bad enough — yes, I'm looking at you Bumblebee. Just imagine going from folding chair to shipping label. I guess that's one way to infiltrate the Decepticon's base.
Popular UK-based music shopping service 7digital revealed some of its future plans last night, which include the launch of a fully featured Windows Phone app early in 2012.
I love potatoes as much as the next guy. Maybe even more than the next guy. But I cross the line at putting a bucket on my head to cook a few spuds. Well, unless I was cooking au gratin potatoes.