Showing posts from July, 2013

A short introduction to highspeed imaging

Business owners worldwide depend and rely heavily on the machines, tools and devices they use within their facilities, many of which are used on a daily basis. It’s safe to say businesses that specialize in one type of product or work appreciate in the manufactures and designers behind the parts and tools that make their company what it is today. High speed imaging cameras for instance, they may not sound like a household gadget but these cameras help shape and form entire industries and the tests needed to be performed.

High speed imaging cameras have remarkably enhanced the production process for companies specializing in specific studies for years and without this amazing tool there would be numerous subjects we would be completely in the dark about. Crash testing is a perfect example; these cameras are specially placed on a vehicle to capture the effects of the impact a crash has on the passengers inside. The cameras capture every inch of the vehicle and can be played back in sl…

What can we expect from future smartphones

I ask myself this question over and over again: what can we expect from future smartphones? Everything is getting so fast these days, and every year we see better products at affordable prices. 

According to current trends, future smartphones will have ultra speeds comparable to today's laptops. The storage capacity is not a problem anymore, since they've managed to fit 1 TB of indormation on a single usb stick. In few years, most flagship smartphones will have over 256GB of storage memory and at least 4GB of Ram. With all these specs, you would believe that there is no need for computers anymore. True!
The age of smartphones I believe that in few years, we will use our smartphones instead of laptops. You may ask how is that possible since we still need large display, keyboards and a mouse to perform our tasks quickly. Well, one solution could be to have all these peripherals at our working place or in our homes and to pair our smartphones with them at need. So, the future smartp…