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What You Should Know About Cataract Surgery Signs that you may have cataracts, or that existing cataracts are worsening, can be subtle. They include increasing difficulty seeing well at night (especially when facing an oncoming car's headlights), having to make the text on your computer screen [...]
Intel's stylish glasses look more like a publicity play than a product launch, industry sources say As smartphone sales are starting to decline after more than a decade of growth, everybody in the tech industry is trying to anticipate the next big platform shift. One candidate is augmented reality, sometimes called mixed reality, where computer [...]
via The Register]
Fun fact: US Customs slaps eyeglass taxes on optical networking gear Because the hardware pipes data as pulses of light through glass strands, the CBP treats ADC's value-added module line of networking gear as optics equipment, a designation normally given to things like eyeglasses or telescope lenses, rather than [...]
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Felix Gray - Computer Eyewear That's Actually Nice Looking For all the pros I have mentioned I have found a con with the Felix Gray computer glasses, they cannot be ordered with a specific prescription. As I had said earlier, I have never worn glasses and don't have a prescription so these reader lenses were [...]
Honey, We're Killing the Kids is the name of a BBC television series in which parents are shown the consequences of poor parenting. The program shows computer-generated images of what their children may look like as adults if they continue with their present life-style, dietary and exercise habits. The name of the show is a parody of the name for the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids movies.
First, a family with issues relating to their parenting, dietary and exercise habits is introduced. Then, the children are examined by physicians and psychologists, and every aspect of their eating habits and physical activity is analysed by an expert team. Then, the parents are shown what their children may look like by taking present-day photos of them and age-progressing the photos with a computer...
PlayStation VR launches October 2016 for $399 Andrew House, CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment said: "Ever since we unveiled PS VR during the 2014 Game Developers Conference, we've received a tremendous response from gamers and developers alike". 120 frames per second, 18ms latency and a high refresh ... [...]
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PlayStation VR to get over 50 games in 2016 120 frames per second, 18ms latency and a high refresh rate deliver ... PlayStation VR into their living rooms", said Andrew House, president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment. VA moves to fire three more Phoenix executives in scandal Some 30 veterans ... [...]
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Warm Temperatures Heat Up Construction Business Early As temperatures continue to rise, so do frames of homes in Northern Michigan ... Police say they found child pornography on their university-owned computer. A faculty member at Central Michigan University is on administrative leave tonight. [...]
GeForce Now, Nvidia's 'Netflix for games,' expands with Sega and Warner Bros. The service can deliver up to 60 frames per second at 1080p ... so you'll be able to play the game on any computer (and continue to do so if you stop subscribing to GeForce Now). Twenty-four of the 84 GeForce Now titles — more than one-fourth ... [...]
via New Zeeland PC World]
The $US15 Pine 64, a Raspberry Pi 3 competitor, finally ships Pine64, the computer's maker, is shipping out small batches after delays ... processor capable of rendering 4K video -the Pi 3 is capable of 1080p video at 60 frames per second. The Pine 64 has two USB ports, while the Raspberry Pi 3 has four USB ports. [...]
By SHEN WU TAN, Altoona MirrorPORTAGE, Pa. — In this digital-driven era, technology can do wonders for society, whether it's a prosthetic leg for a war veteran who lost a limb in battle or virtual reality glasses for a high school student who is visually impaired.Alyssa Baxter, a 16-year-old Portage Area High School student with legal blindness, now has an accessible, portable means for clear vision thanks to the Vuzix M300 augmented virtual reality glasses she received Tuesday.The Vuzix...
Microsoft’s Eye Control for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update offers up a noble goal: controlling your PC with your eyes, using a feature called Eye Control in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. And it works, mostly.Eye tracking has quietly emerged as an alternative to the mouse, led by companies like Tobii. The concept is simple enough: Sensors within an eye tracker bar you mount on your monitor "watch" your gaze, guessing pretty accurately what you're looking at. Though Tobii sees eye...
With the start of a new year comes the realization that there’s a growing list of video games that are slated for release. (As if anyone finished all the games they wanted to during 2017.) But as you look ahead to what you may want to spend your hard-earned money on, let me offer my list (presented alphabetically by anticipated release date) of 15 games that I’m more than looking forward to playing in 2018. (Because why not make the “to play” list bigger, right?) “Monster Hunter:...