Shari Academy launched LuXoculus 2017, to celebrate their Silver Jubilee, with its graduates of the Mastercraftsman Diploma course. The event was held at their brand new colaba premises. The LuXoculus 2017 was inaugurated by Kenichiro Hibi (Managing Director, Sony India Pvt. Ltd.), Hiroyuki Tokuno (Deputy General Manager, Sony India Pvt. Ltd.), Jayesh Mehta (President of AIPTIA), Chandrakant Shah (Hon. Secretary), Mukul Kashyap (Regional Sales Director Indian Subcontinent, Manfrotto), Kakubhai Kothari, Jai Shankar Sharma, Shari Senior faculty members and senior industry members. To add to the celebrations, Sony India announced 4 scholarships worth INR 7 lakhs to the top award winning students. Along with that companies like Zeiss, Manfrotto, Photoquip, Kingston and AIPTIA sponsored a combined reward for all the award winning students of over 14 lakhs (in cash and kind). On the occasion of its Silver Jubilee, Shari Academy formally announced the launch of a new course - Diploma in Digital Video Production, starting on from 14th September 2017.
A new telecom brand Kult, recently announced the launch of its newest smartphone - Beyond. This 4G- VoLTE enabled smartphone also offers multi-purpose fingerprint sensor and currently it is exclusively available on Amazon. It features a 5.2inch HD screen size and an HD IPS on-cell display. Beyond features a 13MP rear AF camera with Dual Tone LED flash and 13 MP front camera with Dual LED Flash. It runs on a 1.25 GHz quad-core 64 bit processor and offers the latest Android Nougat 7.0 OS. It comes with a 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM that is expandable up to additional 32GB (supports 3 Slots: 2 SIM both micro + 1 Micro SD). Kult Beyond is powered by a 3000mAh battery and is available for INR 6,999. Commenting on the launch, Hardip Singh, Executive Director of Optiemus Infracom said, “Today’s hyperconnected millennial demands high performance smartphone with great camera quality. We kept that in mind while building Kult Beyond. This beautifully designed smartphone comes loaded with class-leading features and functionalities at a very attractive price, which is an added advantage.”
ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C38 recently launched the 712 kg Cartosat-2 Series Satellite along with 30 copassenger satellites from Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota. This event marked thirty ninth consecutively successful mission of PSLV. One of the 30 co-passenger satellites carried by PSLV-C38 was CE-SAT 1, a fifty-kilogram (110 lb) microsatellite built by Canon Electronics, Japan. Canon will use the spacecraft to demonstrate a high-resolution imaging system in orbit, with a ground resolution of up to one meter (3 feet). About 60% of components of the satellite are manufactured by Canon, and the company targets a 100% inhouse production in the near future. The company also plans to sell the satellites, related components and the image data collected by the CE-SAT 1. The small-size satellites are expected to be sold for 1 million yen (approximately).