Canon apresenta nova máquina fotográfica full frame.
NIGHT SKY TIME MACHINE | N-Seoul Tower lures with panoramic views over South Korea’s capital from high above; yet, upon entering, you first gaze at the skies from underneath – an OLED tunnel leads into the pinnacle’s womb and innumerable next-generation stars adorn the glassy firmament. To me it was like time travel to a nearby future of towering virtual realities. It’s ironic, considering that the actual sky is a time machine too, offering rides headed into the opposite direction – the past: light from faraway stars voyages for thousands or even millions of years before it reaches us, rendering the night sky a black window onto bygone eons and even the daytime sun a testament to what our very own star looked like 8 minutes and 20 seconds ago. I wonder, whether the copycat sky could spark more fascination in our modern day than the original, which is admittedly pretty emptied of stars in a light-polluted city of millions. If you ask me, peeking from the present into a fancy proximate future can’t outshine the distant past a simple everyday night has on display.