Portable Solar Cooker Let’s You Cook and Boil Water Even When It’s Cloudy

GoSun Go Portable Solar Stove

Whether you love living off the grid or are a camping aficionado, chances are you’re searching for a way to cook a good meal quickly and efficiently. And what better heat source than the sun? GoSun, a leader in solar grills, has recently come out with a new model designed to allow for portable and economic solar cooking anywhere you go—even on a cloudy day.

The GoSun Go is a durable, portable solar cooker that can do everything from boil water to roast vegetables. The company has taken to Kickstarter for the <a target="_blank" href="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/707808908/gosun-go-boil-water-cook-meals-go-anywhere" Lees verder

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Portable Solar Cooker Lets You Cook and Boil Water Even When It’s Cloudy

GoSun Go Portable Solar Stove

Whether you love living off the grid or are a camping aficionado, chances are you’re searching for a way to cook a good meal quickly and efficiently. And what better heat source than the sun? GoSun, a leader in solar grills, has recently come out with a new model designed to allow for portable and economic solar cooking anywhere you go—even on a cloudy day.

The GoSun Go is a durable, portable solar cooker that can do everything from boil water to roast vegetables. The company has taken to Kickstarter for the <a target="_blank" href="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/707808908/gosun-go-boil-water-cook-meals-go-anywhere" Lees verder

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‘Adobe Cloak’ Makes It Easy to Eliminate Unwanted Elements from Videos

Adobe Cloak video editing

At the 2017 Adobe MAX—Adobe’s creativity conference—the software firm gave a sneak preview of new technology they are currently working on incorporating into their products. Nothing got filmmakers more excited than Cloak, a feature that allows you to erase unwanted elements in video footage. Essentially, it’s Photoshop Content-Aware Fill for video.

Forgot to remove a tripod out of the frame or annoyed by a stain on an actor’s shirt? In a 6-minute demo, Adobe showed how seamlessly these elements can be stripped from a video clip. It’s an incredible advance, as doing such work would typically Lees verder

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‘Adobe Cloak’ Makes It Easy to Eliminate Unwanted Elements from Videos

Adobe Cloak video editing

At the 2017 Adobe MAX—Adobe’s creativity conference—the software firm gave a sneak preview of new technology they are currently working on incorporating into their products. Nothing got filmmakers more excited than Cloak, a feature that allows you to erase unwanted elements in video footage. Essentially, it’s Photoshop Content-Aware Fill for video.

Forgot to remove a tripod out of the frame or annoyed by a stain on an actor’s shirt? In a 6-minute demo, Adobe showed how seamlessly these elements can be stripped from a video clip. It’s an incredible advance, as doing such work would typically Lees verder

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Man Sells All His Belongings and Quits Job to Travel Australia with His Rescue Cat

Rich East Traveling with Cat

Traveling with your cat might seem like a far-off dream, but there are folks who are able to make it a reality. Australian adventurer Rich East has trekked more than 50,000 kilometers (over 31,000 miles) in a camper van with his rescue cat, Willow. Known together as Van Cat Meow, they’ve seen the country’s six states and two territories and done things that many of us only dream of—such as sailing the Great Barrier Reef. Along the way, they’ve camped on mountains and enjoyed the (gravel) roads less taken.

East gave up a conventional lifestyle in 2015 Lees verder

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Newly-Launched Digital Camera is Controlled by Pretend Rolls of Film

Yashica Camera Y35

Japanese camera brand Yashica was first established in 1949, but they’ve “been silent” in the industry for more than 10 years. To mark the occasion of their grand return, they’ve announced their newest product—a Yashica digital camera called the Y35. Although its technology is squarely in the future, the company hasn’t forgotten the joy that comes from shooting with film. They’re now using digiFilm, which is inserted into the camera like an actual “roll” of film that controls how the pictures look.

The size and feel of the Y35 is modeled after a previous Yashica camera, the Electro 35. Lees verder

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Innovative Floating Tent Makes the World Your Waterbed to Sleep Under the Stars

Floating Water Tent

You can’t walk on water, but you can now sleep on it thanks to the Shoal Tent from Smithfly. The first of its kind, this floating raft is equipped with a tent topper that allows you to stay dry while you sleep under the stars. “The world is your waterbed,” the company writes, and they encourage you to set up camp on the likes of a tranquil farm pond or gentle spring creek. You’ll be lulled into slumber in no time when you take in the soothing flow of the water underneath you.

So, how Lees verder

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Google’s Wireless ‘Pixel Buds’ Headphones Can Translate 40 Languages in Real Time

Google Pixel Buds Translator Device

Google recently held its Pixel 2 event in San Francisco and showed off the latest and greatest developments in their technology. It included products that are now typical of these grand displays, highlighting the newest edition of their Pixel 2 smartphone and the refinement of their intelligent speakers, Google Home. But that wasn’t all they talked about; Google also introduced the Pixel Buds, their version of wireless headphones. Similar to Apple’s AirPods, they also have a wireless charging case. There is one game-changing difference, however. The Pixel Buds function as a translator device that can interpret between 40 languages in Lees verder

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Computer Generated Lines Gracefully Map the Delicate Movements of a Ballet Dancer

Ballet Dancer Ballet Rotoscope

Gif via Reddit

This beautiful short film, titled Ballet Rotoscope and created by Tokyo-based design group EUPHRATES, illustrates the delicate movements of a ballet dancer. As the ballerina moves, different points on her body are traced by a computer-generated technique called rotoscoping, to reveal the geometric beauty of dance.

Rotoscoping is a method that is often used for visual effects in live-action movies. The animator creates a silhouette, called a matte, that can be used to clip an object from a scene, which can then Lees verder

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