The selfie has certainly attracted a fair amount of attention in the past, and even in recent times, there was this particular monkey that snapped a selfie, leading to a particular debate as to who owned the rights to the image? After all, the selfie was snapped by photographer David Slater’s camera by the monkey itself, leading Slater to lay claim to the rights of the image, and he ought to be paid for the image’s use although Wikimedia, the party that claims that since the monkey was the one who took the selfie, Slater had no part to play in owning the copyright. Playing the role of Solomon, the US Copyright Office has declared that any image snapped by an animal is unable to be registered and copyrighted.
Samsung does want to get in on the virtual reality market as well, and they intend to dip their fingers and toes into this niche with the Samsung Gear VR. Of course, an image of the Samsung Gear VR was leaked a couple of weeks ago, this does not mean that there will be no more leaks down the road. What you see above are later leaks that show off alleged photos of the Samsung Gear VR from the front, alongside reflections from the factory’s neon lights, which does add some credibility to the shot, finished with the traditional blurrycam mode.