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Sony has announced the release of a macOS version of its Imaging Edge Webcam utility as well as an update for the Windows version.Back in August, Sony followed in the footsteps of other manufacturers with the announcement of Imaging Edge Webcam, a utility that turned three dozen Sony cameras into webcams without the need of a capture card. At the time, the utility was Windows-only, but it’s now a
A new imaging study, led by a team from Yale University, has found a high density of cells in a certain brain region can effectively predict future weight gain in children. The research suggests an inflammatory response in the brain, triggered by poor diet, can subsequently influence future overeating.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Weight, Children, Obesity, Brain, Neuroscience, Imaging,
Olympus Corporation today announced the definitive agreement with Japan Industrial Partners Inc. (JIP) to officially transfer their Imaging Business out into a newly-created company, OM Digital Solutions Corporation. Right on schedule with Olympus' earlier statement to have this "definitive agreement" finalized by September, Olympus Corp. will transfer its imaging business, which includes all
It might be one of the last manufacturers to the party, but Sony has just released its Imaging Edge Webcam utility, making it possible to use select Sony cameras as webcams with compatible livestreaming and video conferencing programs.Similar to webcam utilities for other companies, Sony’s Imaging Edge Webcam utility is only available for Windows 10 computers, for now. We’ve inquired with Sony ab
New data from one of the largest brain imaging studies of its type has found a consistent association between increased body weight and decreased cerebral blood flow. The research offers greater insights into the links between Alzheimer’s and obesity, suggesting maintaining a healthy weight can directly reduce one’s risk of developing dementia.Continue ReadingCategory: Health & Wellbeing, Lif
An Australian/German team has developed the world's smallest imaging device, at the thickness of a human hair. It's capable of traveling down the blood vessels of mice, offering unprecedented abilities to 3D-scan the body at microscopic resolutions.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Medical Imaging, University of Adelaide, University of Stuttgart, Fiber Optic, Optics
Two medical imaging breakthroughs have been presented at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting. The technological advances demonstrate a PET/MRI approach to locate specific locations of chronic pain in a patient, and a new full-body scanner that can visualize the complete systemic burden of inflammatory arthritis for the very first time.Continue Reading
Any photographer with an internet connection will be aware of the coming sale of Olympus' Imaging Division to private equity firm Japan Industrial Partners. There's been rampant speculation as to what this might mean for the Olympus line of cameras and lenses, and there is still quite a bit of uncertainty, even after the publication of recent interviews with Olympus executives. I had th
Olympus has announced it's agreed in principle to divest itself of its imaging business by transferring it to a new company that will continue to run it. The company that will run the new business is Japan Industrial Partners, and Olympus hopes that the final agreement will be made in September and the deal closed by the end of the calendar year.In a statement, Olympus says the new company will c
Well, it happened. Olympus just announced their intent to sell off its entire imaging business. In a news release published this morning, Olympus Corporation CEO Yasuo Takeuchi stated that the Japanese optical company had signed a memorandum of understanding between it and Japan Industrial Partners (JIP), with plans to form a separate, new company to take the helm of Olympus' cameras, lenses


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