Bruce Wunderlich has a great article on how to predict dramatic sunsets over on digital-photography-school.com, check out his article here: http://digital-photography-school.com/predicting-dramatic-sunsets/
A few years a company called Leap Motion unveiled their flagship product, a device that would allow you to work with your computer without the need for a mouse, stylus, or any other input device. That same company is now working on furthering their technology in the virtual reality realm with their latest project, Leap […]
Canvas is an an iOS only app that uses a structure sensor to build 3D models simply by walking around a room and letting your iPad scan as you go. They claim the structure sensor is able to record tens of thousands of measurements at once. A CAD professional friend of mine mentioned it doesn’t […]
In New York today, the soon to be released Microsoft Surface Studio was debuted. This is the latest in a line that also includes the popular Surface, Surface Pro, and Surface Book, this time in a desktop format. Starting price on the Surface Studio is expected to be $2999, but will surely have a list […]
Yellowstone National Park was the first National Park in the U.S. and remains one of the favorites amongst tourists. Yellowstone is well-known for its abundant wildlife and geothermal features including Old Faithful. On this particular trip, the only wildlife (other than birds) that we saw were bison. This one was causing a traffic jam near […]
Early morning sunrise as I was walking back to my hotel room. Around Washington D.C. Located in downtown Washington D.C. is a national park known as the National Mall. Nearly 24 million visitors come to see the numerous museums and memorials located in the National Mall each year. In 1966, on October 15, the National […]
Yet another portion of the National Mall, this is the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C. Vietnam Veterans Memorial The Vietnam Memorial Wall, also known as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, is a national memorial spanning 2 acres to commemorate those who served in the Vietnam War. Engraved into this wall are the names of those […]
Here’s the Washington Monument with a lovely “One Lane Traffic Ahead” electronic construction sign and cranes to the left. Maybe I’ll get a chance to go back one of these years when there isn’t so much construction going on around the area.