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Exciting new research from Yale University has revealed a new method that could potentially objectively diagnose if a person is suffering through the early stages of Alzheimer's disease using a non-invasive PET scan... Continue Reading New PET scan for Alzheimer's disease directly measures synaptic loss Category: Science Tags: Alzheimer's Disease Neuroscience
guided by history, ca'n terra transforms the near-century old site considering it as a new work, destined this time to become a room to contemplate nature. The post millions of lasers project 3D scan allowing ensamble studio’s contemporary intervention of abandoned quarry appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Living in a digital era we have access to tons of applications that we use for digital documents. Regardless if it’s a documents that you just typed on Microsoft Word or you just received a contract in a PDF format that you need to sign, millions of documents are digitally handled all over the world. […]The post How to scan without a scanner appeared first on Tech-Recipes: A Cookbook Full o
Sony's 3D Creator app with its 3D-face-scanning function was first introduced with the Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact last year. Now the Japanese manufacturer is rolling out the update to version 2 of the app.The most important upgrade of the new version is the ability to create 3D models of your face with your smartphone's front camera. This means, unlike with the previous version, you don't need th
Bellus3D, a Silicon Valley startup that last year launched a 3D face scanning accessory camera for Android smartphones, today unveiled its FaceApp iPhone X application. The app does pretty much the same thing as the accessory camera but does not require any additional hardware as it is making use of the iPhone X's front-facing TrueDepth camera, which Apple uses for Face ID.FaceApp captures more t
Large format wilderness photographer Ben Horne recently embarked on a little experiment with some help from his friend, Michael Strickland. Horne shoots large format 8x10 slide film, and Strickland has a drum scanner that can scan that film at insanely high resolution. How high? Using a little bit of trickery, Strickland was able to provide Horne with a 709.6-megapixel file to pixel peep in this
If you thought that 40-50 megapixels was a lot, a high-resolution drum scan of one of Ben Horne's recent 8 x 10 slide film photos will awe you. His drums can was done by photographer Michael Strickland, who Horne highly recommends for high-resolution scanning work. Horne himself has an Epson flatbed scanner, which he states can make nice scans up to 100 megapixels. If you want something large
Want to buy the clothes – or close to them – which film stars are wearing on the red carpet? This Sunday (February 18th) at the EE British Academy Film Awards 2018 the mobile phone operator will be using the latest image recognition technology so that you can shop for their outfits in real time […]The post Scan the stars’ outfits at EE British Academy Film Awards with Roch
Biometric security is becoming an increasingly popular option for tech companies wanting to offer peace of mind to their users, because it's harder to spoof a fingerprint than steal a password. Now Fujitsu has unveiled the latest unlocking method for Windows 10: palm vein recognition...Continue Reading Microsoft and Fujitsu enable Windows 10 login using a palm vein scanCategory: ComputersTags


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