by breaking down and reassembling the alphabet into layers, daniel britton attempts to show how impairing the condition can be.
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Huge 3D Displays without 3D Glasses: A new invention opens the door to a new generation of outdoor displays. Different pictures can be seen at different angles, creating 3D effects without the need for 3D glasses.
Public screenings have become an important part of major sports events. In the future, we will be able to enjoy them in 3D, thanks to a new invention from Austrian scientists. A sophisticated laser system sends laser beams into different directions. Therefore, different pictures are visible from different angles. The angular resolution is so fine that the left eye is presented a different picture than the right one, creating a 3D effect.
In 2013, the young start-up company TriLite Technologies had the idea to develop this new kind of display, which sends beams of light directly to the viewers’ eyes. The highly interdisciplinary project was carried out together with the Vienna University of Technology.
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Isn’t it nice when technology can perform double duties? Sony introduced a product that simultaneously plays music and lights a room, all while being gorgeously designed. They’ve combined a warm-colored LED bulb with an integrated Bluetooth speaker. This innovative mixture has a clean and modern aesthetic and is something you’d want openly displayed in your home.
The brightness of the bulb is measured at 360-lumen, meaning that it’s more of mood lighting rather than a spotlight. This could be pe
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Welcome to the website of Johannes Stötter, artist, musician and fine-art-bodypainter. His works are influenced by spititual and nature-related themes…
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Engage with your customers at the design stage to find out what they really want from your products and services and to create innovative new solutions.
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That’s the exhilaration that comes with curation. Imagine the web as millions of pages. To make your magazine, you tear out any of those pages you fancy, explain why they matter, and push the button. Bingo! You’ve shared a link to the content and your take on it.
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In order to differentiate itself from the competition, the DocCheck AG Annual Report, entitled “Ganz Basic” (Genuinely Basic), goes back to the digital roots of the company. The evolution of the “basis” revolution is showcased in a surprising way by the use of a clearly analogue version on continuous paper. Using ASCII fonts, the group presents its performance characteristics and portrays members of the board and employees as a valuable systems resource. The digital version consists of a contemp
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It wasn’t long ago when QR codes first started showing up in consumer advertising. Many of us have no idea “What Is a QR Code & How to use it for business”. So let’s find out.
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