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Scientists have long debated why there seems to be an association between higher levels of education and lower rates of Alzheimer's disease in later life. New research from Johns Hopkins Medicine is suggesting neurodegenerative disease is just as prevalent in more-educated individuals but a greater cognitive reserve can temporarily mitigate the impact of Alzheimer's pathology in one's seni
This is bizarre. A Sony FE 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 G OSS lens just popped up in an online auction. Problem is, the lens doesn’t officially exist yet.sonyalpharumors got its hands on leaked photos of the lens, which Sony will reportedly be announcing sometime next week.These leaked photos were then traced back to an auction listing on Yahoo! JAPAN.A screenshot of the auction listing.The lens is
Episode 321 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.Download MP3 –  Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS!Featured: Maternity and newborn photographer, Diana RoblesIn This EpisodeIf you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others intere
A Ford-funded study by the University of Michigan has examined the environmental credentials of electric VTOL aircraft for commuting, compared to both regular and electric cars over a range of commuting distances. The results paint an interesting picture of future mobility... Continue Reading Ford funds study on eVTOL commuting emissions, and it doesn't go well for Ford Category: Airc
it began as a social experiment, designed by carlo ratti, to study how people might embrace AI and other digital manufacturing solutions The post toni the robotic bartender manages 158 bottles, crafts cocktails and doesn’t interrupt stories appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Click here to read about the Sony RX100 VI's Video Features & Analysis It's hard to say that there is anything specifically wrong with the Sony RX100 VI because the primary difference between it and the Mark V is basically just the lens. But given its hefty $1200 price tag, it's hard to find a lot to truly love about this camera in late 2018. It does plenty right,
I had a chance to catch up with Sony's Kenji Tanaka at the Photokina trade show in Cologne, Germany back at the end of September, and have finally managed to get the transcript of that interview into shape to share with our readers. (Huge thanks to IR Senior Reviews Editor Mike Tomkins, for his help with the transcription and editing.) I was very interested to speak with Tanaka-san, given t
"The red UI that shows 'hits' is to represent his 'luck' running out. Eventually, enemies will get a clear shot and kill him if he takes enough near-misses." ...
"There are people [today] saying that a game won't work if it's not a free-to-play battle royale. People really are saying that, and not even tongue-in-cheek. I don't buy that." ...
Lee Morris and Patrick Hall of Fstoppers decided to tackle the topic with the aim of showing that lens compression doesn't exist. As we can see in the video below, the background elements certainly -- and dramatically -- change in size relative to the subject, which in this case is Patrick's face. What's going on here if not lens compression? Morris states that the effect is not the


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