Working in the digital marketing industry for 10+ years I’ve seen and worked with a lot of different programs and platforms in eCommerce. Nothing is as seamless as Shopify.
Tic-Tac-Tag (www.tictactag.com), is proud to announce its partnership with PastBook.com. “Now you can do even more with your event hashtag” says Jessica, co-founder of Tic-Tac-Tag. Building relationships with companies that compliment each other is key to growth and networking. Our … Continue reading
My wife and I have recently launched a company that evolves the “Disposable Camera.” Having used disposable cameras during our very own wedding and receiving nothing but hard to see images and not-so-flattering shots—we were very interested in seeing what … Continue reading
Here is a great idea from the students at Miami Ad School, this time for the Salvation Army. Imagine if you could donate your old iPhone Apps that you no longer use, and have their value donated directly back to … Continue reading
I’m sure there are a few of you who’ve been waiting for this a long time, but here it is, Google’s brand new, global, Alternate Reality Game called ‘Ingress’ which places you and your smartphone in the middle of a global mind … Continue reading
Seems to be like a Tumblr site with gamification opportunities. Anyone on this yet? What are your thoughts?
There’s an app for that… Well, at least there is just about to be, with the impending launch of “Crash Corsage“, a new mobile app designed to help you find and crash weddings where ever you are, while adding a … Continue reading
Japan Institute of Science and Technology was on something when coming up with this concept. If you guys remember the game Wipe-Out you will definitely love this video. Check it out. Here is a screenshot of the original game for … Continue reading
Checking out my email this morning I found this cool new iPhone toy for all my iPhone lovers. There is definitely no shortage of iPhone apps out there to let you shoot retro-style movies, but the medium is the message … Continue reading
I’ve seen some pretty cool Xbox Kinect experiments… but I don’t remember seeing an Xbox Kinect Controlled Electric Skateboard, especially one that can hit 32 miles per hour!
Chaotic Moon’s LABS program set about rigging up an electric skateboard with a Samsung Windows 8 Tablet and an Xbox Kinect to deliver a gesture controlled experience like no other. The Kinect has been rigged to control the speed and breaking abilities of the skateboard based of hand gestures, body movement and distance.
To start, riders raise their hands up to activate the board, then push their hands forward to control the speed then pulling them back to control the brakes in it’s simplest form. This is the techno-dork in me geeking out to things I know I’ll probably never have the chance to try. Awesome job to the guys at Chaotic Moon!
Here is the teaser video for a new “transparent” smart window screen released at CES 2012… And from all reports, it’s one of the hottest pieces of technology seen so far – the video is here so you be the … Continue reading
Follow Finder is a nifty little app that will help you find people to follow. You plugin your Twitter username and it will scan your public social graph to show you people you might want to follow. It’s hosted on App Engine and makes extensive use of Twitter’s new @anywhere platform.
Do you want to play Splinter Cell: Conviction in the streets of Amsterdam? We do.
This is the first time a major game developer like Ubisoft uses Layar to launch a new title. With the Layar platform they have created a unique and engaging AR game. The objective is to introduce and promote the launch of the latest release of Spinter Cell for Xbox. Its a prime example of how the capabilities of the Layar platform and the reach of the Layar Browser can be used to create an engaging and fun experience to promote a multi million dollar game.
We’ll be back later with more impressions, but we figured you’d like to see Canon’s new EOS 7D in a video quickie, live at IFA. It’s short, just a minute, but enough time to show off the 7D’s built-in digital level, 19-point autofocus, and a naked shutter blasting though 8 frames per second. Now man…
Canon vs. Nikon – which one? It’s a common question that comes up when consumers are comparing digital SLR cameras.
These two companies were the first to make the leap from film to digital, and their initial presence in the market make them the dominant players.
Today Canon and Nikon constantly battle for the top spot in the SLR market, while Olympus, Pentax, Sony, Panasonic and Sigma duke it out for a position in third.
If you pay attention to the digital SLR press releases, you’ll notice a pattern: when either Canon or Nikon announce a new camera designed to capture some niche aspect of the market, the other company is soon to release a camera to compete.
This page is designed to help you get a handle on the current state of Canon vs. Nikon digital SLR cameras, with a focus on consumer SLRs, not those made for professionals.