San Francisco startup Sub2r has developed a new high-density 3D imaging technology. First they worked on the software side, then realized they needed to create a camera to support the process. The needed a camera that would provide access to every aspect of the imaging process from the moment the light entered the lens until it left the camera. Unable to find one that offered the configurability at a cost they required, they decided to build their own. Read the entire story at Graphic Speak.
London-based Expanscape has developed a seven-screen transportable PC, and is surely in line for a mention, if not a prize in the Guinness Book of World Records.