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From time-lapse to hyperlapse

The magic of computational photography seems to lead to never-ending discovery of creative opportunities. The basic idea behind computational photography is that once you have captured an image in digits you can manipulate those digits in many ways, thus resulting in an image that is both artificial (it could not …

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The fading line between “fake” and “true”

Philosophers have been debating for thousands of years the concept of “truth”. You’ll probably remember Protagoras of Abdera criteria: “Of all things the measure is Man, of the things that are, that they are, and of the things that are not, that they are not” often captured by the sentence: …

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Do you want the real one or the fake one?

Skylum has just announced the future release of Luminar AI, expected later this years, that, as the name suggests, will be making use -heavily- of AI in all stages of photo editing. To advertise their products, and stimulating people to pre-order, they are presenting a number of images showing the …

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Crashing Android with a photo….

Look at the photo of this dramatic sunset. You might feel a bit uneasy by the atmosphere that it creates but I am pretty sure you will never worry about your smartphone being scared to the point of panicking and crashing! As a matter of fact this is what happened …

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Mirror mirror on the wall….

Mirror Mirror on the wall who is the fairest of them all? There was some magic implied in asking the mirror who was the most beautiful lady in the kingdom but we took it, as children, as a perfectly natural question to ask a mirror. As we grew up the …

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Digital Transformation – Disruptions

The Digital Transformation with its resulting loss of value (it opens up newer value creation opportunities, as well, and I will consider those later) disrupts business affecting incumbent players and opening the doors to new ones. Disruptions can have different roots that may be difficult to pinpoint. Sometimes it may …

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