Items tagged with Chroma

Razer prides itself on dedicating its resources to the hardcore gaming community, so the company is upping the ante a bit today with an upgrade to its popular BlackWidow Chroma mechanical gaming keyboard. Called the BlackWidow Chroma V2, it brings a few new features that will surely impress even the most critical gaming enthusiasts. The keyboard, which is targeting gamers in the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) and First Person Shooter (FPS) genres, is the logical progression of the original BlackWidow, which was released in 2010 and its many offspring. For starters, the BlackWidow Chroma... Read more...
Razer CES 2017 announcements just keep rolling in. The company recently revealed that Razer Chroma, its flagship lighting technology, will now be available to third parties. Razer Chroma news, however, does not just stop there. Razer also announced that it is working on “Project Ariana”, the world’s first video projection system intended for gaming. Razer suggested that companies such as Lenovo, NZXT, Antec, Lian Li, Wicked Lasers, and Nanoleaf are eager to get their hands on Chroma. Third-party access to the 16.8 million-color palette will be granted through the Razer Chroma Module, a single hardware... Read more...
Adventurers, take note: There’s another option for a mounted or handheld HD video camera, and this one’s from Garmin. The company announced the Garmin VIRB and VIRB Elite, a pair of cameras that are waterproof, rugged, and can shoot in 1080p HD. The cameras boast a 16MP CMOS image processor, 1.4-inch Chroma color display, a 3-hour 2000mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and the ability to capture photo bursts and time lapse shots in addition to video. You can control them with another Garmin device thanks to ANT+ wireless connectivity, and both cameras come with free VIRB Edit desktop... Read more...
Kodak is one of those companies that had problems adapting to changing technologies. The death of film cameras- you remember film cameras, don't you? -sorely tested Kodak's reason to exist. Now researchers from Kodak have made a 2 - 4 times improvement in the light sensitivity of the image sensor in any digital camera using what they call "panchromatic" technology. When the shutter opens on a digital camera, an image is projected onto the sensor, which converts light into an electric charge. Most sensors use the Bayer mask: Half of the millions of cells on a checkerboard grid are filtered... Read more...