Camera Day: Celebrate the art of photography and go click-happy!
Camera Day: Celebrate the art of photography and go click-happy!

Ritu Singh

“People say that a time machine can’t be invented, but they’ve already invented a device that can stop time, cameras are the world’s first time machines.” 

Enrique Iglesias to have 'reconstructive hand surgery' post drone mishap
Enrique Iglesias to have 'reconstructive hand surgery' post drone mishap

 Enrique Iglesias had hurt his hand so bad in a drone camera incident, that he now has to undergo reconstructive surgery.

Jharkhand's Health Minister slaps political rival in public

Jharkhand's health minister Ramchandra Chandrawanshi Sunday slapped a Rashtriya Janta Dal (RJD) politician in full public view, the act was caught on camera.

Now, scream to click a selfie!

 With this new app, you can take a selfie by screaming at your phone.

Makers of 'Kashmora' use 360-degree camera rig
Makers of 'Kashmora' use 360-degree camera rig

The makers of actor Karthi-starrer Tamil romantic-drama "Kashmora" claim theirs is the first Indian film to use a 360-degree omni-directional camera rig for shooting a particular sequence.

Kate Winslet inspired me to strip for camera: Elizabeth Olsen
Kate Winslet inspired me to strip for camera: Elizabeth Olsen

"Avengers: Age Of Ultron" star Elizabeth Olsen says Kate Winslet's nude scenes in "Holy Smoke" gave her the courage to get naked for scenes in movies.

Nepal earthquake: Series of aftershocks adds to the chaos

A strong earthquake of magnitude 7.9 on Richter scale that struck Nepal on Saturday and the series of aftershocks are adding up to the chaos in Nepal and the northern parts of India.

Faster 3D camera that works outdoors

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a 3D camera that is inexpensive, produces high-quality images, and works in all environments -- including outdoors.

Indian origin researchers creating camera to gauge health by analyzing face

Assessing a patients' vital signs can now be easier than before, as scientists are developing a camera that can monitor health just by looking at a person's face.

Smriti Irani camera shocker: Women's safety, privacy under question

Union minister Smriti Irani on Friday spotted a hidden camera in a changing room of a Fabindia store in Goa. This incident again questions that will Indian women ever be safe?

Smriti Irani camera shocker: Women's safety, privacy under question-Part 2

Union minister Smriti Irani on Friday spotted a hidden camera in a changing room of a Fabindia store in Goa. This incident again questions that will Indian women ever be safe?

Camera in trial room an assault on modesty of women: Kiran Bedi

With Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani spotting a CCTV camera inside the changing room of a famous apparel brand in Goa, former IPS officer and BJP leader Kiran Bedi on Friday said that such kinf od acts are “an assault on women's modesty”.

Goa: Smriti Irani spots camera pointing at showroom's trial room

In an extremely outrageous incident, Union Minister for Human Resource Development Smriti Irani on Friday spotted a camera near a trial room of a well-known apparel showroom in Goa.

Carnegie Mellon researchers create new technology to measure real objects in 3D space

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have created a new technology that uses the camera and accelerometers in an average mobile to measure real objects in 3D space and use the system to build "3D models of the world" just by waving your phone around an object or scene.

Syrian girl mistakes camera for gun; holds her hand up in surrender

In a heartbreaking incident, photojournalist Nadia AbuShaban tweeted a photo of a child in Syria holding her hands up in surrender. She mistakenly felt that the photojournalist was holding a gun instead of a camera.

Kim K claims she 'almost invented' selfies before they became 'cool'
Kim K claims she 'almost invented' selfies before they became 'cool'

Kim Kardashian has suggested that might have invented selfies way before they became famous, as she had been clicking her own pictures since she was just 4.

Robotic camera mimics humans to track basketball action

Scientists at Disney Research Lab, Pittsburgh, have developed robotic cameras that mimic human operators to anticipate basketball game action and learn how to better frame shots of a game.

World's fastest 2-D camera is here, can capture 100 billion frames per second

 A team of biomedical engineers has developed the world's fastest camera, a device that can capture events up to 100 billion frames per second.

Cameras that sync with one another to track suspects

Electrical engineers from the University of Washington in the Us have developed a way to automatically track people across moving and still cameras by using a technology that trains the networked cameras to learn one another's differences.

'Mantis shrimp-inspired' camera to detect cancer

Scientists have developed a new camera which can detect cancer and monitor the activity of exposed nerve cells.