New photographic technologies for extreme sport enthusiasts
Implications - For people ‘crazy’ enough to do extreme sports, chances are, they’ll want to preserve the memory. Whether to relive the moment themselves or to serve as proof when they brag to their friends, capturing those moments on film is so important to many extreme thrill seekers, that they’re willing to make strong investments.
Whoâ€™s going to snap your photo while doing those oh-so-cool moves climbing walls, surfing, skating, or playing with your dog? Well, according to designer Martin Ruegg, with the help of the RUSH camera,… [More]
The BlackEye head camera unit is essentially a pair of video camera goggles that you strap on so that you can make hands free movies. The video camera goggles are explicitly targeted towards extreme sports… [More]
Red Bull Illume Image Quest is the first-ever international photography competition that celebrates the world of action and adventure sports. The spirit, the grit, the edgy perfection - that's what we're… [More]
This diving mask is actually capable of taking photos, so you can do your snorkeling and snap shots of the beautiful aquatic scenes without using your hands. It's waterproof up to 15 feet, so isn't meant… [More]
For all viral enthusiasts, the Extreme Cam from Oregon Scientific is just for you. The camera could be attached on a helmet or during sports and stunt activities. It has 2mb of internal memory which… [More]
A new breed of adventure photo-artist, Boone Speed is inventing a genre all his own, defined by a global scope, a captivating painterly quality to his work and his incomparable capacity to "get the shot"â€”which… [More]