Following BlackBerry Mobile’s most recent device, the keyboard toting KEYone, the all touchscreen BlackBerry Motion has leaked thanks to the always reliable Evan Blass. Gone are the days of BlackBerry struggling with its own operating system as Android has now driven their devices since the BlackBerry Priv in 2015. Can the Motion continue BlackBerry’s momentum […]
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The motion-capturing Smartsuit Pro brings a studio-level mocap experience but replaces wires and cameras with smart sensors and Wi-Fi. Whether you want to make movies or games, this is the suit for you.
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Fossil has a new fashionable wearable that has an interchangeable strap and a cylindrical shape, reminiscent of Misfit’s Ray wearable. The water resistant Q Motion also has smart tap technology, letting you launch functions with just a tap.
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Google Project Jacquard and Project Soli will bring user interfaces to your clothes and to your fingertips, with the introduction of tiny motion-sensing radar sensors and touch-sensitive fabrics.
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Apple has updated Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor with new features for motion graphics and key enhancements to accelerate video editing, packaging, and delivery. Final Cut Pro 10.2 introduces stunning 3D titles that are easy to use, improved masking for color grading and effects, native support for more camera formats, and GPU-accelerated RED RAW processing. Motion 5.2 extends the power of 3D titles with the ability to create custom materials and environments and instantly publish them to Final Cut Pro X. Compressor 4.2 makes it easy to package a movie for sale on the iTunes Store. “From Hollywood blockbuster directors to first-time movie makers, Final Cut Pro X is changing the way we edit movies today,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.
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