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VTech Kidizoom DUO Camera – Pink – Online Exclusive – Cut Rate

Take great selfies and pictures with your friends with this pink VTech Kidizoom Duo Camera that features two lenses that can switch with just the press of a button. Add special effects to your movies and photos or have fun playing the 5 built-in games! The VTech Kidizoom Duo Camera also features 4x digital zoom, a voice recorder, an auto- portrait feature, Wacky Photo Shaker, photo editor, a Silly Face Detector and 2.4 inch colour screen.

  • Take selfies and pictures of your friends with the front and back lenses
  • Switch between the two lenses with the dedicated switching button
  • Take photos and videos and add fun effects, stamps and frames
  • Contents: A VTech Kidizoom Duo Camera
  • Batteries Required: 4 AA batteries (included)

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Microsoft matches Google Lens with AI-powered visual search for Bing

Microsoft has launched a new “visual search” function for Bing which lets users snap a picture of something with their phone to search for it online. The feature looks very similar to Google Lens and offerings we’ve seen from third-parties, leveraging the power of AI to perform quick and accurate object recognition on photos.

The new visual search is available in a range of apps, including the standalone Bing app on iOS and Android; Microsoft Launcher on Android; Microsoft Edge on Android, and coming soon to Edge on iOS. You can use it to search for things like breeds of dogs, famous landmarks, and even items of clothing.

The app will try to identify what it sees and, in the case of consumer goods, find places to buy them online.

“Sometimes, it is almost impossible to describe what you want to search for using words,” said Microsoft’s product lead for Bing Images, Vince Leung, in a blog post.

Visual search is quickly becoming a commodity product for big tech companies like Google and Microsoft, but the feature can sometimes be a let-down in real life usage.

It’s bound to improve, though, as firms catalogue more data and speed up their machine learning algorithms.

Before we know it, the world around us will be as searchable as a URL.

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Loupedeck upgrades its photo editing console with better software support and more buttons

As someone who loves gadgets with fiddly dials and buttons, I love the idea of the Loupedeck, a bespoke console that launched last year designed specifically for one thing: editing photos in Lightroom. And now, Loupedeck is taking that year’s worth of feedback to introduce the Loupedeck+, which expands on the original with even more dials and buttons, better software, and integration with more services.

The biggest addition is the Loupedeck+ will work with things that aren’t Adobe Lightroom, with added support for Skylum’s Aurora HDR, as well as beta integration with Capture One — with additional software integrations promised for later this year.

Loupedeck has also added more customizable dials and buttons to the device, and reworked the configuration software from scratch to be easier to use. There’s also a new “Custom Mode” that lets users fully customize the function of every dial on the console.

The Loupedeck+ is available now for £229.

While it might be a little disappointing for previous customers to have their existing console made obsolete so quickly, the company is offering a consolation prize: a £50 cashback offer for owners of the original Loupedeck.

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