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Retina iPad Mini Supply to See Shortage Due to Limited Sharp Panels

Retina iPad Mini Supply to See Shortage Due to Limited Sharp Panels
New iPad mini with Retina display can see supply shortage. As the 7.9-inch Retina display panel supplier Sharp is facing low yield rates that will limit its supply.
Read more Oct 30 2013, 2:24pm CDT
 

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New iPad Retina Display gets In-depth Analysis Treatment

New iPad Retina Display gets In-depth Analysis Treatment
Dr. Raymond M. Soneira tells you more about the new iPad's Retina Display than you ever want to know.
Read more Mar 20 2012, 3:51am CDT
 

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Artists Have Structurally Different Brains, Study Finds…

Source: Digital Music News

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  It’s not a right brain, left brain thing.  Because artists actually have different brains, according to research that keeps surfacing.  ”Anatomists would be hard put to identify the brain of a visual artist, a writer, or a mathematician,” neurologist Dr. Oliver Sachs wrote in his 2007 book, Musicophilia. “But they could recognize the brain of a professional musician without a moment’s hesitation.” Part of this is innate and appe ...
Full article at: Digital Music News 1 day ago, 1:16pm CDT
 

iPad 3 Retina Display is made by Sharp suggest Part Photos

The plot thickens. The iPad 3 will likely have a retina display and it is likely made by Sharp.
Read more Feb 13 2012, 7:39am CST
 

Artists have unique brain structure

Source: The BBC

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Artists' brains are structurally different to non-artists in areas relating to fine motor movements and visual imagery, a ...
Full article at: The BBC 2 days ago, 4:35am CDT
 

What Doctors Can Tell About Your Health Just By Looking At Your Eyes

Source: The Business Insider

If seeing well isn't enough of a priority, here's a better reason to get your vision checked regularly: A third of all known genetic syndromes can affect your eyes. In the video below, from National Geographic, Dr. Neal Adams lists the gamut of systemic disorders — diseases that affect the entire body — that ophthalmologists can detect during a simple eye exam. Your eyeballs can show signs of diabetes, nutritional deficits, cardiovascular disease, an ...
Full article at: The Business Insider Apr 9 2014, 3:40pm CDT
 

The iPhone 4 Does NOT Have A Retinal Display

The iPhone 4 Does NOT Have A Retinal Display
A retinal display is one in which the resolution equals or surpasses the maximum resolution that a human eye is capable...
Read more Jun 10 2010, 11:54am CDT
 

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Wyatt Earp Revolver Sold for $225,000
Wyatt Earp: Items Auctioned for $445,000
Belongings of Wyatt Earp (mostly guns) were auctioned in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 17th. Wyatt Earp is a legend in Arizona's law history. And one of his guns, a Colt .45-caliber revolver, was sold for $225,000.
 
8THEIST License Plate Rejected while BAPTIST Accepted
8THEIST License Plate Rejected while BAPTIST Accepted
An 8THEIST license plate request by a New Jersey woman was rejected by the MVC. Meanwhile, a BAPTIST license plate was accepted leading the woman to sue the state for violating her First Amendment privileges.
 
Blue Angels Commander Relieved of Duty
Blue Angels Commander Relieved of Duty
A Blue Angels commander was recently relieved of duty due to certain misconduct charges which had piled up against him.
 

On Perception (And Pancakes): How The Brain Keeps Vision Stable

Source: CommonHealth

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By Alexandra Morris CommonHealth Intern You probably didn’t think Julia Roberts could teach you much about subtle, yet critical, brain functions. But, it turns out, she can. Recall Roberts in her iconic film “Pretty Woman.” In one scene, she is eating a croissant. But as the camera pans back to her, the croissant turned into a pancake. It’s likely that many of us missed that blooper, and now we know why. Scientists have discovered a brain ...
Full article at: CommonHealth Apr 8 2014, 6:51am CDT
 

Brain ‘15-second delay’ shields us from hallucinogenic experience – research

Source: Russia Today

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Eyes tend to receive an enormous information load from dusk till dawn, and as one opens his or her eyes in the morning, the brain starts its intensive work, processing incoming pictures from the surroundings, including imagery from TV screens and computer monitors. A team of vision scientists at the University of California, Berkeley and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) revealed this sec ...
Full article at: Russia Today Apr 7 2014, 11:34am CDT
 

IIP Retina Implant

IIP Retina Implant
The retina implant developed by IIP combines medicinal and information technology with micro-systems technology. A...
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