Brittany Hillen

DPReview Contributor
Lives in United States Seattle, United States
Has a website at Twitter.com/Cyborgwriter
Joined on Jul 7, 2014

Editorial content

Total: 1618, showing: 1 – 10
« First‹ Previous1234567Next ›Last »
Shutterstock’s $74M TurboSquid acquisition could change the landscape of stock photography

The purchase expands Shutterstock's offerings, positioning it as a marketplace for customers who are embracing computer-generated 2D images over traditional stock photography.

Vivo launches X60 Pro+ flagship, its first smartphone with Zeiss camera tech

The phone packs a rear quad-camera system with Zeiss lens coating, AI noise reduction for night shots and a Snapdragon 888 chip.

'Girl with a Pearl Earring' portrait transformed into massive 10 billion pixel panorama

The project also turned 10 key regions of the painting into highly precise 3D models that anyone can explore.

Facebook updates its automatic alternative text system with expanded object recognition

The next-generation AAT system can identify more objects in photos, perceive where each object is located relative to each other and provide more detailed descriptions.

Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 870 is essentially a 865+ with minor speed, graphics improvements

Qualcomm has introduced its new Snapdragon 870 5G, a faster version of the aging 865 mobile platform that brings support for 200MP single cameras and 720p slow-motion recording at 960fps.

Samsung's new Galaxy S21 phones will include AI-powered object eraser tool

The new tool uses AI to automatically remove unwanted objects from image backgrounds, but it's only available on the new Galaxy S21 smartphones.

Researchers create 100 billion FPS 3D camera with lens that mimics human eyes

The latest study follows Wang's previous work, including a camera that can record at 70 trillion frames per second.

HP launches eight new monitors for creative professionals at Adobe MAX 2020

The lineup includes two new DreamColor displays that compete with the UltraSharp monitors Dell launched earlier this month.

Microsoft's latest computer vision technology beats humans at captioning images

The AI is already available to Azure customers and will be incorporated into multiple Microsoft consumer products later this year.

NASA translates Milky Way images into sound using sonification

This is the first time the public can experience parts of the Milky Way as sound, a project made possible using the space observations from multiple telescopes.