Jim, Thanks for continuing to think big even while responding to our incremental needs and requests. Looking forward to it...
Sounds like @Antony should work at the RED Skunkworks.
dreaming about tomorrow only forgets today which is the current reality we have to deal with.
70mm Chip, in single cam 3d ?
"Live lens", formerly "Smart Filter" tech front layer on Dragon sensor for 18 to 20 f-stops of dynamic range???????
Shame about Apple, I predicted the shift Apple needed to make to avoid a decline in the IPhone, and since then they have moved it over to a software oriented product. Not saying too much more, as I don't want to give away the plot. They started neglecting their bread and butter, professional/Mac Pro and IMac lines too. The iPhone is looking absurdly outdated now, and this ban against the the Nexus appears more bizarre than that against the Galaxy Tab, you need glasses thicker than mine to mistake one for the other. Not to mention the thing they are trying to protect is practical minimalistic design cues, that everything boils downtown, similar to devices before apple, look at the PDA's and devices from the 80's, Startrek in the 60's, and the Amstrad PDA, therefore obvious and prior art aswell, it does not matter what a company wants to force to happen in court, it is copyright design issues, not patenting. What is being protected is/something that shouldn't be protect able and old, something old taken into a new context. Now you can buy/rent music cheap on other newer services. When people don't buy the iPhone, application/tunes store and new TV, as much they will need those desktop sales and professional users to give them more credibility. I am still waiting for a cutting edge IMac going on four years, and the greatly improved one that was supposed to be this year, might be next ( and it appears it might not be much better than what you can get in features elsewhere). Everything is going stale to me in this respect.
I have my own stylish design and technologies proposal for a phone that can beat IPhone, and various revolutionary Apple technologies and designs are similar to previous designs of mine, I always have been ahead.
The new variable density filter started from closer to 100% light transmission, and might still be worth a patent.
oh this is going to be sweet! I can't wait to find out about a camera thats coming out in 2017
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