Kodak Brings Back EKTACHROME Film

Photographers around the world rejoice: Eastman Kodak Company is bringing back one of its most iconic films, the classic EKTACHROME Film. Discontinued in 2012, the film is best known for its “extremely fine grain, clean colors, great tones and contrasts” and the company is looking at new ways to manufacture it. Steven Overman of Kodak says, “We are seeing a broad resurgence of excitement about …

Turn Off Your Stove Remotely With Inirv React

Combat one of the most common household fears with this new kitchen accessory

Most people who cook at home have had the experience of wondering, upon departure, if they turned the stove off. It’s a common sensation that results in either sustained anxiety or a last-minute trip back. With the just-announced Inirv React, the situation can be resolved by simply looking at your phone. There are three parts to the device: a ceiling sensor, knobs and a dedicated …

Faraday Future Presents the FF 91

Last night at CES, Faraday Future followed up its 2016 debut with a reveal of their first production model, the FF 91. Featuring record-breaking acceleration and range, the forthcoming electric car will be available in 2018, but can be reserved today for $5000. The FF 91 sports an innovative design language, futuristic autonomous capabilities and a seamless digital user experience. Skeptics question whether the FF …