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Tablets & laptops
Hands-on review: Xencelabs Graphic Display Tablet
Xencelabs seemed to show up out of nowhere on the market. I had no idea who they were or what they were about, but I was very intrigued.
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Digital Marketing
Getty Images delves into the world of NFTs with Candy Digital
Getty Images and Candy Digital, the next-generation digital collectible company, have announced a new multi-year partnership agreement.
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Photography
Kiwi scoops grand photography prize at Sony Alpha Awards
Wanaka-based Oscar Hetherington won this year’s award for his seascape photo, called ‘Back Wash’. He’s the fourth consecutive Kiwi to win the grand prize – and $10,000 worth of Sony camera gear to boot.
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Artificial Intelligence
Playform's new AI a 'creative soulmate' for artists, says founder
Playform is developed for artists and creators who want to use a touch of AI in their work.
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Projectors
Epson brings tech to the arts at Adelaide Fringe
This year Epson and supporting partners including Novatech and Monkeystack, are lighting up and projecting 'Yabarra - Dreaming in Light'.
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Arts
Calling all cartoon lovers
New Zealand Cartoon Gallery is a website dedicated to collecting the latest work by New Zealand’s leading cartoonists, all of whom have been featured in prominent New Zealand publications
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Photography
Patriotic pics
Craig ‘CPL’ Levers was NZ Surfing Magazine’s Senior Photographer for 15 years and its Editor in Chief for 8. With a passion for New Zealand oriented photography that shows in his work
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Arts
Future shock
In 1910, an artist sat down and created his vision of what the year 2000 might look like. A hundred-odd years later the results are both fascinating and hilarious.
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Design
Manga-nificent!
If you like comics, you’ve probably heard of ‘manga’. It’s a unique comic style developed in Japan that appeals to readers of all ages.