Drones may not seem so unusual nowadays, but they're still generally illegal for US companies to use. The Federal Aviation Administration just opened the door a significant crack, though.
The "Glass Creative Collective" encourages film students to experiment with wearable cinematography starting this fall.
Now available for iPhone, this nifty app is like a drag-and-drop movie-maker, perfect for storyboarding your next film project or just goofing around.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos wants to ship goods using unmanned aircraft. Some are skeptical, others nervous, but drones already are improving the way we live.
Imagine the profile pictures you could snap with a wearable camera that's also drone. CNET's Sumi Das has more on Nixie, a device that wowed judges at Intel's "Make It Wearable" contest.
Jay Bregman believes that drone makers will pay for the tech needed to curtail issues with safety and privacy and to comply with the law. Call it regulatory engineering.
A must-have accessory for budding moviemakers, this rolling mount allows for super-smooth panning shots. Plus: The best Ultrabook deal in recent memory.
Imagine looking around you and finding you're a character in your favourite movie, thanks to the 360-degree Panopticam camera for Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus.
Put your phone on wheels for cool panning shots, or attach it to an affordable Steadicam-style mount for smoother motion shots.
This desktop staple has long been available for iPad, but now iPhone users can turn clips into polished movies with ease.