Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Software developed to match police sketches to mug shots: "We've seen it in numerous TV shows and movies – the witness to a crime looks through a book of mug shots, then works with a police sketch artist to come up with a likeness of the nasty person they saw."
Posted by steve at 11:30 AM
HDR and HD video for under $200 with the Optio S1 digital compact: "The new Optio S1 brings High Dynamic Range functionality to a Pentax compact snapper for the first time. The pocket camera also features a 14 megapixel CCD sensor, wide-angle optical zoom lens and high sensitivity"
Posted by steve at 11:29 AM
The most remarkable Mercedes Benz F1 display: "One of the most remarkable things we've seen in a long time is this deconstructed 2010 F1 car on display at Mercedes-Benz World in Surrey, UK. The Mercedes GP Petronas F1 comprises 3200 components and every one of them is hung in the display. The display itself was arranged by Dutch artist Paul Veroude and definitely fits into the 'how can you do that?"
Posted by steve at 11:27 AM
The world's first hybrid automobile goes on show again - 111 years later: "We're a little non-plussed on Porsche's announcement of a reconstructed Semper Vivus, which it is claiming was presented at the Paris Show of 1900."
Posted by steve at 11:26 AM
The 1100 bhp Koenigsegg Agera R – with the world’s fastest roof box: "Christian von Koenigsegg has once again created a hypercar of the highest order – the new Agera R features so much innovation that we're not going to even attempt to squeeze it all into the introductory paragraph."
Posted by steve at 11:25 AM