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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Whenever the fans in my MacBook Pro suddenly rev up, I use the built-in Activity Monitor app (Applications > Utilities) to see what's going on. But I've often wished for a quicker and easier way to check my Mac's activity than having to open Activity

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Tucson :: AZ :: USA | 1 month ago

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Ball Aerospace is teamed with Arizona Optical Systems (AOS) to build the lens assembly consisting of two large refractive lenses and the precision support structure to mount the lenses. AOS will machine and polish the lenses and perform optical

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 1 month ago

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You may not wear your sunglasses at night, but when you do put them on, are they actually protecting your eyes? NY1's latest Healthy Living report tells you why you should look for function over fashion when it comes to your shades...When shopping

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Montreal :: Canada | 1 month ago

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Researchers have developed the world's first laser-guided system that can pack see-through sensors in the display glass itself. These sensors could take your temperature, assess your blood sugar levels if you are diabetic or even analyse your DNA...

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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In today's review of the Olympus SH-1 we get a bit overheated about jpegs with excessive noise reduction applied in-camera...When the first digital camera was demonstrated in the Kodak laboratory it produced low-resolution black-and-white images and

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Kaiserslautern :: Germany | 1 month ago

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Our results prove that the electrochromic iris can be utilised in principle to control the transmitted light and depth of focus End Quote Tobias Deutschmann University of Kaiserslautern As in the human eye, the iris in a camera controls the amount of

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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With the launch of a new 3D smartphone, Amazon has rushed into a market where few still dare to tread. A series of failures have led handset-makers to all but abandon 3D tech. Could the US giant finally make us desire the extra dimension in our daily

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Palo Alto :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Dual Aperture's disruptive image sensor technology is derived from its innovative 4-color sensor that is equipped with a dual aperture design, which is comprised of RGB and IR (Infra-red) pixels, in comparison to the traditional Bayer pattern. The

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 1 month ago

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Researchers from Concordia University, Kansas State University, the University of Findlay, the University of Central Florida, and the University of Illinois prove that we can automatically detect changes in blur across our field of view. "Blur is

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Alexandria :: VA :: USA | 1 month ago

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After a notable pullback, the stock is right back to all-time highs of around $19. GT is transitioning its business model from sapphire furnace sales to sapphire material sales. Revenue this year is expected in the range of $600 million to $800

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