Buckle up for another information packed episode of digitalSoup as this week the guys tackle the RED Hydrogen One phone and some news from Samsung before diving into a listener question about Home Security Systems. Jason has decided to build a RetroPie box, we discuss The Munsters TV series getting a reboot, more great listener questions and even a way that you can mix your gaming and photography by editing photos in Adobe Lightroom using your Playstation or XBox controller!
Ripped from my mothers womb. Beaten and burned. I become a blood thirsty killer. What am I?
Answer at the end of the episode!
This is one crazy cell phone. With a planned release in 2018, it will feature a holographic display, will shoot 6K video and will allow modules to be attached to the camera to make it more like a DSLR. Photographers and Cinematographers may be lining up, but will anyone else?
Do they have one last trick up their sleeve just weeks before launch? The pressure is on!
Raspberry Pi 3 & RetroPie!
In the next few months Jason will be building his first RetroPie, utilizing the latest iteration of the Raspberry Pi. He will be building it in a replica classic Nintendo chassis but hasn’t decided on which one to use … NES, SNES or N64.
It appears that yet another classic old TV series is going to get the reboot treatment, along with a change of address. The classic show followed the Munster family as they tried to fit in out in sunny California, now they’ll be trying to mesh with a more common cultural setting seen today.
Editing Photos in Lightroom with a PS3/PS4 Controller
With some simple software additions to your PC you can set up your gaming controller to work as a controller for editing in Adobe Lightroom. Gamer Photographers rejoice the world over!
The Weekly Garnish
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