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Are Still Cameras Becoming Obsolete?

Posted on Sunday, March 29 2009 @ 01:41:37 CET by

This week, Nvidia and MotionDSP launched an interesting Cuda-based application called vReveal. This product finds all the video on your PC, and uses Nvidia's pre-OpenCL Cuda platform to dramatically improve it. Cisco also bought the Flip video camera company this month for $590 million, making me wonder what the second shoe to drop would be (hint: think networked). Coincidentally, I've had several folks argue compellingly this week that still cameras will be dead in a few years as a result of inexpensive HD cameras, and tools like vReveal that turn a movie camera into a better solution for still shots. Yes, this initially sounded nuts to me too, but I get it now.

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