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[08/13/18, via Geographical]
The Sacred Lake ANCIENT BELIEFS According to legend, around 360 years ago, a foreign hunter from the village of Asaman discovered Lake Bosomtwe when he shot an antelope and followed its blood trails to the lake. The Ashanti believe the game vanished into the deep,  [...]

The Boca Raton Observer [08/08/18, via The Boca Raton Observer]
Away We Go Making summer travel plans? Don't go away without Away. A favorite of travel bloggers and other globetrotters, it's one of the hottest luggage brands today. Away, which claims to be "first-class luggage at a coach price," features five thoughtfully [...]

[07/24/18, via Law360]
9th Circ. Revives Walmart Eye-Exam False Ad Suit Before 2016, those statutes prohibited licensed optometrists from having any direct or indirect “proprietary interest, co-ownership, landlord-tenant relationship or any profit-sharing arrangement” with eyeglass retailers. And the statutes prohibited [...]

waste360 [03/29/18, via waste360]
Kimberly-Clark Professional Adds Safety Eyewear to Recycling Program Kimberly-Clark Professional has expanded its recycling program, The RightCycle Program, to include protective eyewear from labs, cleanrooms and industrial facilities. Four different eyewear brands—Nemesis, Visio, Element and Unispec—will all be  [...]


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Watch a cancer operation at any angle via Google Cardboard - CNET

Bartholomew's Hospital in London next month will live-stream an operation on a cancer patient in 360-degree video so that it can be viewed by anyone in the world with a virtual-reality headset, including bargain-priced ones like Google Cardboard. The live stream is set to be a world's first, according to colorectal and laparoscopic surgeon Dr. Shafi Ahmed , who will perform the two-hour operation. He didn't specify where the live stream would be broadcast, although sites like YouTube now show 360-degree video. Speaking at the Wearable Technology Show in London on Tuesday, Ahmed said he is keen to show curious people what happens when a cancer patient goes under the knife. You can use headsets like Google Cardboard to view 360-degree photos and video, so that as you move your head in different directions to catch the action at different angles.


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[03/03/16, via Android Authority]
The Nixon Mission is an Android Wear-powered smartwatch that can brave the elements OIS – Optical Image Stabilization – Gary ... There are already a few sporty Android Wear smartwatches out there, like the Moto 360 Sport and the Casio WSD-F10. While the Moto 360 Sport is geared towards runners and the Casio is meant for folks ... [...]

[03/16/16, via IBN LIve]
3 ways to enjoy VR-like experience without burning a hole in your pocket Google's Street View offers 360-degree views of Machu Picchu and other places you ... Cardboard can also be challenging for those with glasses. Pricier headsets offer greater comfort, and ones from Oculus, HTC and Sony promise more sophisticated apps. [...]

[03/15/16, via Tech Zone 360]
AMD Get's Serious About Virtual Reality Resolution: This is one of the issues with VR glasses and products like the Oculus RIFT and HTC Vive. We finally have product coming to market that good enough for people to feel like they are in the game, but resolutions will increase dramatically from here. [...]

[03/15/16, via]
Vuzix Showcasing iWear Technology at GDC 2016 Attending the event is video eyewear and smart glasses manufacturer Vuzix ... the equivalent of a 125″ TV from 10 feet and allows the wearer to watch 2D, 3D and 360-degree VR movies and even fly drones. It also includes an integrated battery, so ... [...]

[03/15/16, via Daily Mail]
VR on the cheap: How to watch without a headset Google's Street View offers 360-degree views of Machu Picchu and other places you ... Cardboard can also be challenging for those with glasses. Pricier headsets offer greater comfort, and ones from Oculus, HTC and Sony promise more sophisticated apps. [...]

Best 360-Degree Selfie Cameras

The advancement in Technology has given new dimensions to all the fields and industries. Some of the most significant changes can be observed in the field of photography and videos. Firstly, we saw the development of digital cameras. Then our smartphones got enabled with good quality cameras, eventually replacing digital cameras to a large extent. Then we saw the innovations in the digital camera accessories market. Those innovations were not just limited to them and even covered are mobile...

Apple Releases Motion 5.4 With Support for 360 VR Motion Graphics, HEVC, More

Apple has released Motion 5.4 bringing support for 360 VR motion graphics, import, playback, and editing of High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) video, and more.Designed for video editors, Motion is a powerful motion graphics tool that makes it easy to create cinematic 2D and 3D titles, fluid transitions, and realistic effects in real time.What's New In This Version:360 VR motion graphics• Import 360° video and design 360° titles, generators, and effects• Output 360° video to a connected VR...

Apple Met with AR Glasses Component Suppliers at CES

Apple met with suppliers who produce components required for augmented reality glasses at CES this week, according to a new report.That tidbit of information was buried in a story published by Bloomberg on Friday. Reportedly, Apple representatives met with firms that manufacture the “nuts and bolts” required to make AR glasses a reality, but the publication gave no additional information about the meeting, what was discussed, or which companies Apple met with.Along with Apple, Bloomberg noted...