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Currently, if you want to measure someone's blood oxygen levels, you have to use one of those oximeters that clips onto their finger. An experimental new system, however, is able to check those levels anywhere on the body – and that could mean big things for the field of medicine... Continue Reading Flexible device measures blood oxygen levels on any body part Category: Medical Tags:
(Here's a great article from a few years back: Going wide-angle for your macros brings a whole new perspecctive! Paul Harcourt Davies gives us an intro in this first of two articles on the topic) Macro shots have tremendous photographic appeal as they get us up-close-and-personal with a wide variety of subjects, be they insects or flowers or intricate details of much larger objects. But wha
Additive manufacturing is taking to the seas with the first 3D-printed part being cleared for installation aboard a US Navy nuclear aircraft carrier. Built by Huntington Ingalls Industries' Newport News Shipbuilding division and the Navy, the prototype piping assembly will be installed on the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) early next year, where it will be subjected to 12 months of operation
Cushy hammock or bed of rocks and twigs? It doesn't sound like a hard decision, which might be why tree tents and hammock shelters have exploded in popularity. The latest to find its way across our desk is the Sky-Pod, a dangling, semi-rigid, two-person sleep chamber engineered to be as comfortable to sit or stand in as it is to lie in... Continue Reading Part spider web, part cocoon, Sky-
In the first part of this article, I wrote about the camera I've used most in 2017 – the Leica M10. In Part 2, I want to write about a camera that I've used very little. In fact, aside from bringing it to my eye and playing around with the reviewable sample that came into our office earlier this year, I've barely even managed to get my hands on it.That camera is the Nikon D850. Undeniably one of
inspired by amazonian indians that dipped their feet in liquid rubber from trees, the 'ultimate hippie flip-flop' perfectly conforms to the contours of your feet.The post 3D-puzzle ‘hippie flip-flop’ combines 2-part rubber ergonomic sole appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
My choice for Gear of the Year is a pricey camera with niche appeal. The Leica M10 is not a camera that many people are likely to buy, when compared to other major DSLRs and mirrorless products released in 2017. Leica knows that, and trust me – Leica is fine with it. The M10 probably isn't a camera that will suit the majority of photographers, either – even those with the funds required to purcha


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