The broadcast will use a record number of cameras to capture angles that put viewers in the middle of the action.
When a pattern of bizarre messages began piling up in my inbox, I turned to the source for answers: Google.
The European Space Agency has just flopped out a 1 billion pixel (that's, one thousand megapixels) imaging device known as GAIA, which will map our galaxy in 3D.
European Space Agency's imaging device is embarking on an ambitious mission to chart the largest and most precise 3D map of the Milky Way.
The Polaroid Snap is an instant camera that's equal parts past and present, with a nostalgic trick -- printing actual photos -- that your phone's camera can't duplicate.
The European Space Agency successfully put its Gaia satellite into orbit, with the hopes of unrolling a stunning map of the Milky Way in 3D.
NASA releases an official gigapixel interactive panorama of the surface of Mars. It's the next best thing to being there.
If you're looking for a step-up model that's still pretty compact, the Olympus PEN E-PM1 is a solid, affordable choice.
This broadcasting behemoth is a Super Hi-Vision camera recording a stunning 33 megapixels at 120 frames per second.
It's a good camera and unquestionably better than that of any iPhone, but the DxO One isn't no-brainer-better than other options for the money. Yet.