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NewsFlash uses high-frequency light to transmit data from iPad to smartphone, we go hands-on (video)

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MIT's Media Lab is chock-full of cutting-edge tech projects that researchers create, then often license to manufacturers and developers. One such project is called NewsFlash, and uses high-frequency red and green light to transmit data to the built-in camera on a receiving device -- in this case Samsung's Epic...
NewsFlash uses high-frequency light to transmit data from iPad to smartphone, we go hands-on (video)

RED Dragon 6K sensor upgrade eyes-on

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"Obsolescence Obsolete" -- that's RED's tagline for the just-announced Dragon sensor upgrade, which is set to bring 6K resolution to EPIC and Scarlet cameras beginning later this year. The sensor module was on display at the company's NAB booth today, under a backlit case that could only have been...
RED Dragon 6K sensor upgrade eyes-on

MIT develops holographic, glasses-free 3D TV

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The masterful engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are busy working on a type of 3D display capable of presenting that elusive third dimension without any eye gear. We say “elusive” because what you’ve been presented at your local cinema (with 3D glasses) or on your Nintendo 3DS...
MIT develops holographic, glasses-free 3D TV

Canon EOS 5D Mark III field review

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Shoot in the dark. That's essentially what you can do with the Canon 5D Mark III -- with a top sensitivity of ISO 102,400, what was once unfathomable could soon become an acceptable standard. While point-and-shoot manufacturers are adding WiFi and GPS, and tweaking algorithms in an effort to...
Canon EOS 5D Mark III field review

Samsung Galaxy Tab models don't copy Apple's iPad, says UK High Court

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Samsung has bagged itself another courtroom win over Apple after the High Court of England & Wales ruled that three of the Korean company’s Galaxy Tab models were “different” from Apple’s iPad products. Eager to share the ruling, Samsung issued a full statement to Pocket-lint, detailing how the designs of the Galaxy...
Samsung Galaxy Tab models don't copy Apple's iPad, says UK High Court
New MacBook Pro with Retina display vs. MacBook Air in pictures
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MIT’s new software can detect your vital signs with just a video camera

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MIT researchers have released a video detailing new software that is able to amplify variations in successive frames of video that are imperceptible to the naked eye. In other words, this technique, named “Eulerian Video Magnification,” is able to detect patterns (of color and movement) that reveal quite a lot...
MIT’s new software can detect your vital signs with just a video camera

Send an iPhone picture through flashing lights

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We can't see wireless data with the naked eye, but Casio looks to change that with a new app for iOS devices that uses visible light communication technology. [Read more]...
Send an iPhone picture through flashing lights
New data storage technique works like a nanoscale typewriter

New iPad Vs. Kindle Fire: Guess Who Wins? (AMZN, AAPL)

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It's something we get asked all the time: "Should I buy an iPad or save some a few j and buy the Kindle Fire instead?" To some, that might sound like an insane query, but you'd be shocked how often it comes up. Now that we have a new...
New iPad Vs. Kindle Fire: Guess Who Wins? (AMZN, AAPL)
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Everything You Need To Know About The New iPad Before You Buy One (AAPL)

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Apple's new iPad goes on sale in stores on March 16. What? You didn't know? Sorry! Pre-orders for launch day delivery are already sold out, so if you want to get your hands on one this Friday, you'll have to wait in line at an Apple Store or AT&T/Verizon...
Everything You Need To Know About The New iPad Before You Buy One (AAPL)

Confirmed: iPad 3 Has a 2048x1536 Retina Display

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Over the past couple of months, several photos of displays claimed to be for the iPad 3 have surfaced from various sources. Such parts leaks are typical with the device's expected debut early next month. While reports have claimed that these displays are high-resolution "Retina" displays, there has been no...
Confirmed: iPad 3 Has a 2048x1536 Retina Display

NLT naked-eye display can show 3D, 2D images concurrently

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NEC LCD Technologies (NLT) has demonstrated a new prototype display that has six viewpoints and creates a 3D image to the naked eye. It uses low-temperature polycrystalline silicon and new HxDP (Horizontally times Density Pixels) technology to retain full resolution, however, unlike LCD displays that achieve a glasses-free 3D effect,...
NLT naked-eye display can show 3D, 2D images concurrently

Under the microscope: a closer look at the new iPad

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Sure, you can take us on our word that the new iPad really is that much sharper than its predecessor -- or, you can opt for a more scientific approach, and peek at that Retina display under a microscope. Our own Richard Lai slid his 64GB WiFi iPad under...
Under the microscope: a closer look at the new iPad
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iPad 3 confirmed to have a 2,048 x 1,536-pixel Retina Display

VIDEO: Researchers make 'electric cloth'

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A fabric which is a good conductor of electricity but so thin it is invisible to the naked eye, has been made by scientists in Devon....
VIDEO: Researchers make 'electric cloth'
Actual iPad 3 production display placed under microscope, Retina Display confirmed

MIT video tech could be a remote pulsometer -- or a lie detector

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Researchers at MIT are working on video tech that amplifies tiny motions invisible to the naked eye. Cell phone cameras could one day measure a human pulse via the face or wrist. [Read more]...
MIT video tech could be a remote pulsometer -- or a lie detector
Liquipel raises around $10M for "nano coat" technology that waterproofs devices

The Scientific Aesthetic: Images That Can't Be Seen With the Naked Eye

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"Technology has allowed us to overcome the boundaries of human perception." New technologies have given way to new forms of vision -- to images that we are able to capture, and perceive, only with the help of external aids. These scientifically mediated pictures, whether viewed through microscope or telescope, form...
The Scientific Aesthetic: Images That Can't Be Seen With the Naked Eye

Picture of the Day: The Coming of a Nearby Supernova

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A little more than two centuries ago, the star system Eta Carinae appeared dimly in the sky. Over the first decades of the 19th century, it grew in brightness, so much so that by the spring of 1843, it was the second brightest star in the sky, behind only...
Picture of the Day: The Coming of a Nearby Supernova

AUO shipping 55-inch naked-eye 3D TV panels to Toshiba, says paper

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AU Optronics (AUO) has begun volume shipments of 55-inch naked-eye 3D 4k2k (4000x2000) high resolution TV panels to Toshiba, according to a Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) report....
AUO shipping 55-inch naked-eye 3D TV panels to Toshiba, says paper

Quantum mechanics just got REAL

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The opening paragraph of the article says it all: A team of scientists has succeeded in putting an object large enough to be visible to the naked eye into a mixed quantum state of moving and not moving. Wait, what? Like, WHAT? Ok, let's start over: Andrew Cleland at the...
Quantum mechanics just got REAL

Motion Study: How to Capture the World As It Goes By

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Post by Andrew Darlow – Follow Andrew on Twitter Capturing motion in an image is like having your own time machine. Photography allows us, in a single frame, to produce images that cannot normally be seen with the naked eye. Not only is rocking back and forth on a...
Motion Study: How to Capture the World As It Goes By

First Quantum Effects Seen in Visible Object [Mad Science]

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Does Schrödinger's cat really exist? You bet. The first ever quantum superposition in an object visible to the naked eye has been observed. More »...
First Quantum Effects Seen in Visible Object [Mad Science]
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