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Many people get a tattoo as a means of making a statement. Thanks to new research into permanent tattoos that change color in response to certain biomarkers, that statement could one day be something along the lines of, "My pH levels are being monitored.".. Continue Reading Permanent tattoos could be used to monitor long-term conditions Category: Medical Tags: Monitoring Tattoo
After sharing a brief preview of their newest 27-inch, 2560 x 1440 resolution PhotoVue SW270C monitor at NAB 2019 earlier this year, BenQ has finally released the affordable photo editing monitor to the world.The SW270C joins BenQ’s lineup of “PhotoVue Photographer Monitors” that are designed specifically for photo editing, and it kind-of sort-of replaces the very affordable and
BenQ has launched the SW270C, the newest monitor in its PhotoVue Photographer Photo Editing Monitor Series.The new 16:9 27-inch IPS monitor (2560 x 1440 at 60 Hz) features hardware color calibration and BenQ’s new Color Uniformity Technology, which keeps color accurate across the entire width and height of the monitor alongside its AQColor technology.BenQ says the SW270C covers 99 percent of Adob
Atomos has been on a roll this past week with the introduction of three new video products ahead of NAB 2019: the Shinobi SDI, Shogun 7 and AtomX SDI module. Below we've summarized the news of each product.Shinobi SDIThe Atomos Shinobi SDI is a new, super-lightweight 5-inch 4K HDR monitor that offers HD-SDI and 4K HDMI connectivity. The monitor features a compact, durable frame that offers a 1000
In the not-too-distant future, when congestive heart failure patients are being released from hospital, they may be given a special toilet seat to take home. That device would measure their vital signs every time they sit on it, sending alerts if more heart trouble were detected... Continue Reading Techy toilet seat made to monitor heart patients Category: Medical Tags: Heart
I was often disappointed by my Canon 5D Mark II not having a flipping or better yet a detachable monitor. Instances of this happened when I placed the camera on a fully extended tripod and had the camera pointed downwards to make a photograph of something on the floor. Getting one’s eye above the view screen was sometimes impossible.At other times I wanted to shoot from a very low angle or positi
the inflation handle has been shaped to suit all hands and achieve unique ergonomics. The post atelier 360 creates ergonomic design for ‘mobi’ blood pressure monitor appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Atomos has released the Shinobi, a new super bright 5in 1920x1080 HDMI monitor designed with vloggers and photographers in mind.The Atomos Shinobi weighs just 200g / 7oz thanks to its polycarbonate body and uses the same HDR display and color processing technology found in Atomos' popular Ninja V monitor/recorder. It features a 1000nit screen for easy viewing in bright situations, has a pixel den
One of the most important steps any digital photographer can take to improving their work and ensuring a consistent high-quality workflow is purchasing color calibration hardware and software. There are a few options out there and one of the most popular ones have been the Datacolor Spyder series of calibration solutions. Whereas the Spyder4 and Spyder5 were quite similar to one another, the bran
Many boardrooms or team meeting spaces have a whiteboard for collaborative working, some may even have modern digital varieties with smart device integration. Dell is offering a similar kind of collaborative working experience, but on a 75 inch 4K IPS touchscreen monitor that the team can all work on at the same time... Continue Reading Dell encourages workplace collaboration with 75 inch


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