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iPhone X Used to Shoot People Magazine’s ’50 Most Beautiful People of 2018′

iPhone X Used to Shoot People Magazine's '50 Most Beautiful People of 2018'

iPhone X Used to Shoot People Magazine’s ’50 Most Beautiful People of 2018′https://www.idropnews.com/news/iphone-x-used-shoot-people-magazines-50-beautiful-people-2018/70791/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=05072018&utm_term=NewsletterA high-profile Spanish magazine used an iPhone for a recent cover story photoshoot, Apple CEO Tim Cook highlighted this week. People en Español used an iPhone X to shoot many of the images for its upcoming June issue, which covers the 50 most beautiful people of 2018. Cook noted the use of the latest Apple flagship in a tweet Friday morning.

OK, So About That Single-Take Episode of ‘Mr. Robot’…

OK, So About That Single-Take Episode of 'Mr. Robot'... | Creative Planet Network

OK, So About That Single-Take Episode of ‘Mr. Robot’… | Creative Planet Networkhttp://www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/news/shoot/ok-so-about-single-take-episode-mr-robot/619731How Mr. Robot Pulled Off Its Insane Long-Take EpisodeHow Did Mr. Robot Pull Off That Audacious Single-Take Episode?Mr. Robot Outdoes Itself With “Single-Take” Episode

Netflix Delivers a Killer Serial Killer Series: Production on David Fincher’s ‘Mindhunter’

Netflix Delivers a Killer Serial Killer Series: Production on David Fincher's 'Mindhunter' | Creative Planet Network

Netflix Delivers a Killer Serial Killer Series: Production on David Fincher’s ‘Mindhunter’ | Creative Planet Networkhttp://www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/news/shoot/netflix-delivers-killer-serial-killer-series-production-david-finchers-mindhunter/619627The first masterpiece from filmmaker David Fincher was his feature film Se7en, a procedural featuring one of the most memorable serial killers ever committed to celluloid. Ten years ago he returned this dark territory with Zodiac, an adaptation of the true-life case involving a still-unknown killer who struck repeatedly throughout the San Francisco Bay area. In the years since, Fincher helped launch House of Cards (an adaptation of the successful UK series) for Netflix.

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Human Compassion vs. Corporate Greed: Creating the Complex Layers of Netflix’s ‘Okja’

Human Compassion vs. Corporate Greed: Creating the Complex Layers of Netflix's 'Okja' | Creative Planet Network

Human Compassion vs. Corporate Greed: Creating the Complex Layers of Netflix’s ‘Okja’ | Creative Planet Networkhttp://www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/news/shoot/human-compassion-vs-corporate-greed-creating-complex-layers-netflixs-okja/618668Probably not since the film Babe have general audiences been confronted, even indirectly, with ethical dilemmas relating to food choices in mass-market storytelling. Netflix tackles the delicate subject with the upcoming film Okja, the story of a gentle giant and the girl who raised her. The two become ensnared in a battle of competing interests between animal activism, corporate greed and scientific progress.

Bug-zapping laser will only kill bad insects

Bug-zapping laser will only kill bad insectshttps://www.engadget.com/2017/06/26/intellectual-ventures-lab-photonic-fence-first-trial/The Photonic Fence can differentiate between pests and plain old bugs, then zap them with lasers, if a Department of Agriculture trial goes well. Using cameras and other optics, the Photonic Fence scans for pests within 100 metres, looking at each bug’s “form, velocity, acceleration and wing-beat frequency.” When a target has been recognized as being from the kill list, the Fence will shoot it with the laser, and the insect will be dead within 25 milliseconds.

Precise, Perfect Images Define Netflix’s ‘House of Cards’

Precise, Perfect Images Define Netflix's 'House of Cards' | Creative Planet Network

Precise, Perfect Images Define Netflix’s ‘House of Cards’ | Creative Planet Networkhttp://www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/news/shoot/precise-perfect-images-define-netflixs-house-cards/618520Netflix was already a globally successful content distributor before House of Cards, but it may not have become the powerhouse of original content production it is without the political drama.

Drone Video Captures the Best of Los Angeles

Drone Video Captures the Best of Los Angeles | Creative Planet Network

Drone Video Captures the Best of Los Angeles | Creative Planet Networkhttp://www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/news/shoot/drone-video-captures-best-los-angeles/618264It may be titled “24 Hours in Los Angeles” but drone pilot Michael Izquierdo and camera operator Caleb des Cognets of Beverly Hills Aerials actually spent three months stalking around Los Angeles to capture the two-and-a-half-minute drone video.

360 Camera System Lets You Capture It All, Frame It Later

360 Camera System Lets You Capture It All, Frame It Later | Creative Planet Network

360 Camera System Lets You Capture It All, Frame It Later | Creative Planet Networkhttp://www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/news/shoot/360-camera-system-lets-you-capture-it-all-frame-it-later/618322A new multi-angle and live 360 camera system from AZilPix made its debut at NAB. Studio.One was developed by a team of European academics in partnership with national broadcasters and manufacturers.Studio.One uses up to six 12-megapixel cameras with wide angle lenses to capture footage of a live event from multiple angles. The system integrates into a traditional or IP broadcast environment and can be used for remote internet or broadcast live productions such as concerts, sporting events, church services and conferences.

Google is super secretive about its anti-aging research. No one knows why.

Google is super secretive about its anti-aging research. No one knows why. - Vox

Google is super secretive about its anti-aging research. No one knows why. – Voxhttp://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/4/27/15409672/google-calico-secretive-aging-mortality-research?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethitsIn 2013, Time magazine ran a cover story titled Google vs. Death about Calico, a then-new Google-run health venture focused on understanding aging — and how to beat it. “We should shoot for the things that are really, really important, so 10 or 20 years from now we have those things done,” Google CEO Larry Page told Time. Researchers are puzzled by Calico’s stealthiness and say it’s not good for science.