How to get a good picture of your picture frame
An Irish photographer has been awarded a Guinness World Record for the best electronic signature free picture frame.
Dublin photographer Sam Loyd said his invention allowed him to capture a picture with a crisp digital image, without needing to rely on any other electronic image processing.
His new technology allowed him, at a cost of €150, to capture the image without any additional equipment, which was also faster than other methods.
It was not possible to compare the images produced using his technique to other manufacturers products.
The award, which is named after the Irish inventor who invented the invention, was presented by the Guinness World Records Board in New York.
The technology was first demonstrated in 2011.
Mr Loyd has been working on the new technology for a year, and said it could now be used in a variety of applications.
He said he has been impressed with the results.
“I was impressed by the accuracy and clarity of the image and the speed with which it was captured,” he said.
“It’s really interesting to see what the world can do with such a simple technology.”
If you want to make a picture that looks like a book, you have to have a book that’s not a book.
“Mr Lilding said he was inspired to invent the device by his friend and colleague Mark Blythe.”
He was making some kind of electronic signature that he was using on a lot of his films and stuff,” he explained.”
My wife is an electronics designer, so she’s always been a bit of a fan of the field, so we were talking about how he could come up with some kind the same kind of device for a film, and so I just thought I could try and do that.
“The thing I liked the most about Mark was his ability to come up a very clear idea and then he could actually do it and it was a really quick and easy way to do it.”
Mr Blyth said his own innovation is based on a similar principle.
“When I was working with Mark, I was using a lot more electronics and that was sort of like taking an electronic photo frame, where the frame is made out of an electrical circuit that was supposed to create a digital image,” he told The Irish Sun.
“But then it was not being used in the right way.”
And it was very important that the images we were taking were clear.
So, Mark started working on this technology that allowed you to use electronics and still be able to get clear images, without relying on anything.
“Mr Sledge also revealed that he is looking at creating a similar device for his next film, which will be shot on digital technology.
The new technology will be available for the public to try out next month.