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 these smart glasses automatically adjust to your eyes
these smart glasses automatically adjust to your eyes

Imagine glasses that could bring everything into focus, shifting prescriptions from near to farsighted and back again in moments. It’s not possible with today’s glass lenses, but a breakthrough in what are called liquid lenses could make smart glasses that do exactly that. They could put an end to bifocals, and you’d only ever need that one pair of adjustable spectacles for the rest of your life.Researchers at the University of Utah produced a prototype pair of these glasses by using flexible lenses and piezoelectric pistons. For users who are both nearsighted and farsighted, the lens’ curvature is gradually shifted between optical powers by the pistons. As the lenses change they can bring into focus any point along the way. This is possible because the lenses aren’t made of rigid material

new glasses help the legally blind see

In this photo taken Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, Yvonne Felix wears eSight electronic glasses and looks around Union Square during a visit to San Francisco. The glasses enable the legally blind to see. Felix was diagnosed with Stargardt's disease after being hit by a car at the age of seven. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)Jeff Regan was born with underdeveloped optic nerves and had spent most of his life in a blur. Then four years ago, he donned an unwieldy headset made by a Toronto company called eSight.
Suddenly, Regan could read a newspaper while eating breakfast and make out the faces of his co-workers from across the room. He's been able to attend plays and watch what's happening on stage, without having to guess why people around him were laughing."These glasses have made my life so much better

15 imessage tips and tricks all iphone users need to know

You may not know it, but a considerable amount of storage space on your iPhone may be attributed to the Messages app, especially if you send a lot of iMessages with photos, videos, and attachments. This can be a problem particularly if your iPhone only has a paltry 16GB allowance. Fortunately, if you’re not one to hold on to messages for reasons sentimental or otherwise, you can set your device to automatically delete old messages.To do this, open the Settings app, tap Messages, tap Keep Messages (under the heading Message History), tap 30 days to automatically delete messages older than 30 days or 1 Year to automatically delete messages older than one year, and tap Delete in the warning pop-up menu. (If you don’t want to automatically delete messages at all, tap Forever.)

7 best waterproof mascara for sensitive eyes

You may not be a contact lens wearer nor have any specific known allergies but are your eyes still going red and irritated after you apply mascara? This sensitivity to mascara may be due to its poor formula, allergy to any one of its ingredient, harshness of the brush or any other such reason! Add to it the woe of summer and you would have running mascara. Thankfully, we have quite a number of waterproof hypoallergenic mascaras available today that are simply terrific for your sensitive eyes! Forget all about smudging, clumping, running mascara or any other kind of irritation with our compilation of the best waterproof mascara for sensitive eyes! Take your pick for the full and luscious lashes sans any irritation![ Also Read: Eye Makeup Ideas For Brown Eyes ]1. Shu Uemura Ultimate Natural

go see get out, the smart horror gem we all deserve

Jordan Peele's feature film debut gets in your head in ways that are hard to forget. The post Go See Get Out, the Smart Horror Gem We All Deserve appeared first on WIRED.

automatically test your database backups –

February 1, 2017∞ of the issues of yesterday’s “database incident” is that most of their database backups weren’t being tested, and when they needed a restore, they discovered that most of the backup methods hadn’t been working.Untested backup methods that turn out to be missing or broken are extremely common. I can’t fault them much because it’s a very easy mistake to make: most backups, by nature, never need to be restored from, so you never realize if something changes and they stop working… until it’s too late.The solution is to frequently and automatically test backups by:Regularly downloading the latest backup from S3 (or wherever) and performing a full restore onto a clean server.Testing its validity in a way that a human i

waiting for the switch – macstories

We are just one week away from the Nintendo Switch. What do we know?
The Nintendo Switch is launching in a week. On the latest Remaster, we go over the latest details we know about the console, the games that have been announced, and all the hardware we're buying. You can listen here.Sponsored by:Mack Weldon: Smart underwear for smart guys. Get 20% off with the code REMASTER.Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code INSERTCOIN at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase.

sharp vision: new glasses help the legally blind see

Jeff Regan was born with underdeveloped optic nerves and had spent most of his life in a blur. Then four years ago, he donned an unwieldy headset made by a Toronto company called eSight.

mobile health and nutrition teams providing crucial services for pastoralist mot

By Rebecca BeauregardGASHAMO, SOMALI, 15 February 2017 – Mutas does not look at his mother. He is not looking anywhere, rather he lays still, his unfocused pupils covered occasionally by heavy eyelids. While we talk, his mother, Bedra Dek, keeps her eyes entirely on him. Her one-year-old son is suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM) and despite the food and water shortage and her two other children, she explains that all her thoughts are focused on him improving.“When your child is well, spiritually you feel happy. This is what I am waiting and hoping for. Nothing else is in my mind except this,” Bedra speaks softly, her eyes never wavering from her son.About six months ago, Mutas became sick with a cold. Since then, he has fought that illness and intermittent diarrhoea while they

smart road to parked car: talk to me

When cars start talking both to one another and to traffic signals, they will sometimes suffer from the cellphone user’s bane: dropped calls. That’s because there won’t always be enough cars roaming around to serve as partners or relays.So why not have access to parked cars? They’re shiny, they’re rested, and they are there precisely when you need them most—when few cars are plying the roads. Until now, most concepts for smart roads have planned to fill gaps in the chain of communication with relay stations. You find such roadside units, as they’re called, in Japan and in parts of Europe. The problem is, each one carries an upfront cost of around US $50,000, according [PDF] to the U.S. General Accounting Office. Throw in maintenance and amortization and the annual cost can average $18,000.

35% off razor hovertrax 2.0 hoverboard self-balancing smart scooter - deal alert

Step on the deck and go with Razor Hovertrax 2.0, the world’s smartest self-balancing electric scooter. Intelligently-engineered with EverBalance technology, Hovertrax 2.0 is the only board that auto-levels for a safer, easier mount and a smoother ride. Whether you’re coasting, racing, or commuting, Hovertrax 2.0 is always in balance. Indoors or out, Hovertrax 2.0 does the work so you can enjoy the journey. Hovertrax 2.0: technology so advanced, it’s simple. Once you learn how to ride, it becomes second nature.  Razor was also the first U.S. brand to receive the UL 2272 listing for safety, ensuring that the Hovertrax 2.0 meets or exceeds the highest fire and electrical safety standards. The HoverTrax 2.0 has a list price of $459.99 has been reduced 35% to just $298. See this deal on Amazon

7 beginner machining tips, learned the hard way

Sometimes learning is painful. Avert your eyes if you can't witness mistakes.
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The post 7 Beginner Machining Tips, Learned the Hard Way appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

the nba hopes vr will expand its audience

When asked if watching in VR could end up distracting people from the game, Rogondino said he believes it's more like peeling another layer for the viewer. "Did people feel it was distracting when the game, or whatever they were watching, went from black and white to color?" he asked. "All of a sudden they were like, 'Oh my gosh, those flowers in the corner are so much more vivid than I ever thought they were.' Then eventually, over time, you adjust to watching that and if you ever went to black and white you would think, 'Oh my God. This is archaic.'"There are some downsides to the tech, though. For one, don't expect to watch games in high resolution with a VR headset, though that could change later on as VR production cameras improve. The other thing is, can your brain really handle a tw

police step up search for missing elderly man

Police have stepped up their appeals for help to find an elderly, missing man.They are concerned for the welfare of Colin Halliday. The 88-year-old has been missing since Thursday.
Police are concerned for the welfare of Colin Halliday, 88, who has been missing since Thursday. Photo: WA PoliceHe was last seen around 4.30pm at St John of God Hospital in Midland where police say he was dropping off some paperwork.He left his Ballajura home around 1.30pm and was driving a 2011 model white Hyundai i30 hatchback with the registration number 1DVW166.Police believe he may have become confused or disorientated.He is fair skinned, around 180cm tall, and has a solid build.He may be wearing glasses and a black coloured t-shirt and blue jeans.Anyone with information about his whereabouts should call

share multiple photos and videos at once on instagram on iphone [how-to]

Finally, you can share multiple photos and videos at one go in Instagram on your iPhone. So, after coming out of a memorable party, you will no longer have to spend a lot of time to let everyone know how you enjoyed those great moments.Now, it takes just one shot to blast as many as 10 photos on Instagram. The post with multiple pics appears inline in your feed in a carousel format. It displays only the first pic of the post, other items can be viewed by swiping over it. Find out more!Step #1. Launch Instagram on your iOS device.Step #2. Next, tap on the “+” tab at the bottom.Step #3. Tap on Library → Tap on the “Select Multiple” button.Step #4. Next up, you have to select up to 10 photos and videos from your photo library. Tap on the pic and then touch the screen to adjust it perfectly in

deadly vx nerve agent killed north korean leader half-brother - police - hampshi

Banned chemical weapon VX was used to murder North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un's outcast half-brother in an airport attack, Malaysian police have said. The nerve agent was detected on Kim Jong Nam's eyes and face, Malaysia's inspector general of police said in a statement, citing a preliminary analysis from the country's Chemistry Department.Start the conversation, or Read more at Hampshire Chronicle.

the solution to trumpism? a little kindness and generosity

Helen Fuller, a grandmother of 10 and former primary school teacher, was sitting on a Metro train opposite a white woman about her age and a brown man in his mid-20s when she found herself listening in to their conversation. "I'm blessed with good hearing," she says. She heard the story of how the young man and his family had arrived in Australia from Afghanistan. "He looked a very lovely boy," she says. "I could tell from his face."When the young man – Abuzar Mazoori, a part-time student and youth worker – said that he had not seen anything of Australia but Melbourne, Helen had what she calls an inspiration. "Sometimes I have these impulses to trust people." Leaning forward, she apologised for listening but said she had a holiday house in Rye and perhaps the young man and his family might

7 lessons from building a gopro auto-panorama device

Recently I bought a GoPro Hero5 camera to help document my projects. One of the features that sold me on it was the voice control function. I initially thought it was kind of a silly feature, but being able to operate it hands free allows me to take photos or video without stopping what I’m doing.This gave me another idea; why not trigger it with my recorded voice? I could place something on a fixture, have it turn a certain angle, then automatically take a picture. There are other, ways to do this, such as hacking its WiFi connection or just having it take sequential time lapse photos, but voice control seemed like a novel way to accomplish this. Sometimes that’s the only motivation I need.I eventually got it working, but it wasn’t that straightforward. Here are a few lessons I learned al

get your maths right even on the fly

Due to the tiny screen size, calculating is certainly not a convenient task on Apple Watch. But that doesn't mean, you can let go off calculating on the Watch that's considered to be an iconic wearable device. Since the Watch remains on your wrist, you would definitely like to get on with your maths even on the move. Needless to take the iPhone out of your pocket, if you can fast-track calculation right from the comfort of your wrist!How about having a go at some of the best calculator apps for Apple Watch? From letting you solve your difficult maths to assisting you to convert currencies fast, these calculator apps are highly advanced in terms of functionality. Let’s dive ahead to have a look!#1. The Calculator FreeCombining the standard and scientific calculator, it's designed to make yo

study shows adipose stem cells may be the cell of choice for therapeutic applica

An international team of researchers, funded by Morris Animal Foundation, has shown that adipose (fat) stem cells might be the preferred stem cell type for use in canine therapeutic applications, including orthopedic diseases and injury.Researchers at the University of Guelph, University of Western Ontario and Aarhus University, Denmark, ran a battery of tests comparing the physiology characteristics of stem cells derived from adipose tissue versus bone marrow. They found that stem cells from both sources had similar functional properties, including tissue generation and immunomodulating capabilities (ability to adjust immune response), but adipose stem cells grow at a faster rate than bone marrow stem cells. Harvesting adipose stem cells also is less invasive than harvesting bone marrow.

why reading word by word is a bad strategy to better understand an idea

You may not realize it, but we all read very often in our daily life. We always want to go through all the documents faster at work; we just want to find out the main point of all the long letters and notes from the government or any kinds of organizations quickly; even when we read for leisure, we’d probably be traveling on the bus and just want to finish the current chapter as soon as possible. Yes I get it, you want to read faster without missing the gems.But is speeding up your word-by-word reading what you should do? The answer is definitely no.Reading word by word slows you down from processing the idea.When we read, our eyes normally stop on each word. We call this fixation. It is a bad idea to stop at every word in the text because it slows down the reading speed and may even affec

facebook claims a technical error automatically logged users out

Facebook has issued the following statement in response:"Earlier today an error in one of our systems designed to help prevent suspicious account access sent a small set of people to our account recovery flow unnecessarily. We have fixed the issue and are in the process of clearing the affected accounts from this recovery flow. We apologize for any inconvenience."What's more, a source tells us that this was the result of a technical error (sounds familiar) and there's no reason to think your account was at risk. And if you got an error earlier, there shouldn't be anything that you need to do to reinstate your account. "[Users] can go through the flow," the source said, "but if they take no action, we will clear the recovery flow on their behalf very soon."Facebook wasn't alone in this type

should james dargaville have been penalised for mid-air collission with israel d

MID-AIR GREY AREAACT Brumbies winger James Dargaville had his eyes on the ball and would have caught it, too, had Israel Dagg not leapt over the top of him in Christchurch on Saturday night.
James Dargaville of the Brumbies is wrapped up by the Blues defence. Photo: GettyBut a controversial grey area with mid-air collisions cost the Brumbies dearly as they lost to the Canterbury Crusaders 17-13.Dargaville was given a yellow card after Dagg's legs were taken from underneath him and the Crusaders centurion landed awkwardly.It's clear Dargaville was playing the ball and didn't know where Dagg was before they collided. But does an accidentally clash deserve a yellow card and 10 minutes in the sin bin?The moment changed the game, although both teams had plenty more opportunities after the fir

the best airprint printers

The Brother HL-L2340DW is a fast, reliable monochrome laser printer designed squarely for the Small Office and Home Office user in mind. Its compact, desk-friendly size is ideal for smaller offices where working space is at a premium, and it prints sharp, professional black and white pages at up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution. Thanks to its fast print speed of up to 27 ppm, and automatic duplex printing, it's ideal for printing business documents including multi-page reports, spreadsheets, invoices, and more.Brother Compact Laser PrinterBrother Compact Laser PrinterSupports Apple's AirPrint
Prints up to 27 ppm
Upon activation, the Amazon Dash Replenishment service measures the toner level and automatically orders toner from Amazon when low
250 sheet paper capacity and built-in wireless ne

get the secure folder feature on your galaxy s7 and s7 edge (nougat only)

Update – Feb. 24: Samsung has now released an official downloadable version of its Secure Folder app for both the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge on Android 7.0 Nougat, via its Galaxy Apps store (not the Google Play Store). The company says more phones will gain Secure Folder support “soon”. We would guess two of them will be the upcoming Galaxy S8 and S8+.Original Story: We all have files on our phones that are private and for our eyes only, right? That’s why Samsung announced the Secure Folder feature last year that made its debut on the Galaxy Note 7. It’s used for storing files, documents, contacts, and other personal content that can be accessed by the owner of the device with his fingerprint.This is a feature a lot of users want to have, which is why the South Korean giant said that it will br

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