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It comprises an array of 180 small lenses, which, along with their associated electronics, are stretched across a curved mounting. The prototype currently has few pixels, so its images are low-resolution. But the device displays an immense depth of
Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description If your contact lenses are causing you discomfort, simply switching to a different type of contact lens or lens care product may bring improvement, reports a study, Effect of Lens
Studies have shown that one in three people are more likely to clean an area if a no litter sign has an image of eyes on it, as opposed to an image of flowers. MySecuritySign.com has launched a new line of signs that feature eyes to help improve
Just the other day, a friend took her baby to see an ophthalmologist, concerned that her baby had a lazy eye, a form of a squint. One of the baby's eyes seemed to be drifting outwards while the other remained facing forward. To her dismay, the doctor
The Sideways project uses software to locate faces and eye movements of shoppers captured on camera. It could allow for video screens which change adverts depending on what you look at in a shop. The team told the BBC they hoped the technology would
The striking images of the storm were snapped from a height of 420.000km (260,000mi) by the Cassini spacecraft, which arrived at Saturn in 2004. They were captured in red and infrared wavelengths and have been false-coloured to show detail.
29 April 2013 At first glance, it resembles a giant rose, surrounded by green foliage...Measurements have sized the eye at a staggering 1,250 miles (2,000 kilometers) across with cloud speeds as fast as 330 miles per hour (150 meters per second).
Rounds of showers and thunderstorms will continue to roll across the region today. This action will slowly wind down over the next few days as temps start to rise. From there we start to focus on a slow moving system moving in for Derby weekend. The
White, Los Angeles Times April 28, 2013 Robert Greenberg got tired of hearing from senior engineers that it wasn't possible to build his product idea: a bionic eye that gives sight to the blind. "A lot of the folks straight out of school didn't know
PDT Green Mountain Coffee Roasters in Sumner has grown rapidly since opening in 2009, and its local director of operations said Wednesday he has his eye on how it might further expand. No plans are imminent, but John Rader told members of the Pierce