According to Fox News, Hartford Ct, police officers at a fatal car crash in Hartford, CT on Feb 1, 2014 saw a quadcopter with camera flying over the car crash. Apparently bodies were still in the cars. The pilot of the quadcopter was questioned by police, but not arrested. The police report says the victim’s bodies were not visible to the quadcopter. The FAA has launched an investigation into the matter, but as yet has made no comment.
A company called JK Imaging has licensed the Kodak name. The agreement enables JK Imaging to manufacture and sell Kodak branded digital imaging products. One of the most intriguing is the Kodak PixPro SP360. It captures 1080p video with a 360º field of view. This 360° HD Action Camera pairs with smart phones via WiFi […]Read More
The airlines naturally worry about battery leakage, fire or explosion. Bad enough on land, but potentially disastrous on an airplane. Last year, the FAA said that lithium-ion batteries were sparking airplane fires once every 10 days on average. The International Air Transport Association is now instructing its 300 airline members to restrict lithium-powered smart bags. […]Read More
I just did a brochure mailing to one of the upscale towns close to me which has in the past supplied a significant percentage of my work and the higher ticket jobs. The printer was supposed to send 1000 brochures every week or two. Instead he mailed all 5500 at once. So I have been […]Read More