I’ve posted a big photo of the first digital camera by Steven J. Sasson previously, and now there’s a video by David Friedman interviewing the man behind the digital revolution in picture-taking.
Definitely a must-see to see where we’ve come from since 1975.
Photo from 12ozProphet
This is just hilarious. Graffiti artist KATSU created a huge, unauthorized spray tag in broad daylight on the side of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles where an exhibit on street art and graffiti entitled Art In The Streets is set to open on April 17th.
There are reports that artists in the exhibit are trying to convince the museum to keep the unauthorized tag as an addition to the official exhibit.
The photos definitely look like stills from a video so I hope that video surfaces soon. This is just too good!
Illustration by Sam Spratt
I found this rather interesting: Gizmodo has a post about why it generally takes less milk to lighten iced coffee compared to hot coffee.
This is why I love Gizmodo. They cover technology well and always find a way to put something in between posts that’s totally unrelated to gadgets but still very much worth knowing.
Photo by Adam Bedford
Adam Bedford is at NAB 2011 right now and he’s basically live-blogging the entire Final Cut Pro X event live on his Twitter. He posted the image above of the new FCP user interface. All I can say is…FINALLY!!!!
UPDATE: Final Cut Pro X will be available starting June in the Mac App Store for $299! WOW!