Euro 2012 kicks-off next week with Ireland in the tournament for the first time in 24 years. To help build excitement ahead of its opening, Google has published 360° imagery of all eight Euro 2012 stadiums, including the two stadiums where Ireland take on Croatia, Spain and Italy.
A group of students from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have demonstrated a ground-breaking system that allows a user realistically insert synthetic objects into legacy photographs quickly and easily.
This is short but sweeeet! Dublin based web and video development company Mad Dog Digital (Facebook | @maddog_dave) has created this quick 3D video using two iPhones (tapped together) and YouTube’s 3D video editor.
Do you want to take Kate Middleton down the aisle (or the nave if you want to be pedantic)? Well thanks to the wonders of modern technology you can. Westminster Abbey, the location for the 29 April wedding, has released Android, iPhone and iPad apps that allow you to do just that.
A European Space Agency astronaut, Flight Engineer Paolo Nespoli @astro_paolo, has been on tour in the International Space Station since January and during that time then he has taken some amazing 3D photos of the ISS and her crew.
The Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming device has reportedly sold out within 24 hours of its release in Japan on February 26. According to Andriasang, more than 400,000 units were sold in the first day alone, effectively accounting for all available stock.