From a fantastic set of pictures from Nasa’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on the Boston Globe’s Big Picture site. The MRO has been orbiting Mars for a few years now sending back hi-res images of the planets surface. The images are a real mixture of familiar looking landscapes and alien details like the swirls in the image above.
Thanks to Laughing Squid for pointing out these amazing photos of London taken at night from a helicopter. Looking at his site the photographer, Jason Hawkes, seems to specialise in these sort of shots.
There’s a good post over on the MS Digital Memories Experience blog about how you can use the various Windows Live tools to add Geotags to photos without the need for GPS. It’s then followed with another post about linking your photos to a tour within Live Search Maps. It got me thinking… That’s pretty […]
I just read a good post over on Steve Clayton’s blog about DeepZoom, it perfectly illustrates a conversation I had last week about the SeaDragon technologies. At the time I didn’t have net access so couldn’t demonstrate my point, but Steve’s quick mock up with some Paul Smith stuff is a great example of how […]
It could be this is old news an I’m a bit behind, but last week my better half had me looking at digital photo frames for her mum. I’ve never really looked that had at these before, they always seemed like a bit of a gimmick and I knew that if I had one I’d […]