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Rangefinder: Colourful patterns that light up the background

January 29, 2016 | Author: | Posted in Binocular Reviews

Rangefinder: Colourful patterns that light up the background Martin Kesterton created just one image, of a model lighthouse surrounded by "Binocular" shapes to signify a lighthouse keeper on the lookout (6). Dev Pai also entered just one image, of the Disney Character Cruella De Vil from the film 101 Dalmations, … Read more on Burton Mail

How to Choose Binoculars for Astronomy and Skywatching

January 26, 2016 | Author: | Posted in Binocular Reviews

How to Choose Binoculars for Astronomy and Skywatching One of the easiest ways to take a spacewalk without ever leaving Earth is to scan the night sky with binoculars from the comfort of a reclining lounge chair on a clear, dark night. But for the best experience, you better make sure those binoculars are … …

The new astronomical year

January 24, 2016 | Author: | Posted in Binocular Reviews

The new astronomical year Earlier hopes that it might be a bright naked-eye comet evaporated when it emerged from the Sun's glare as a sixth magnitude binocular object, though photographs showed its two tails, one of gas and the other of dust, appeared at quite divergent angles … Read more on The Guardian

Virtual reality: Are health risks being ignored?

January 21, 2016 | Author: | Posted in Binocular Reviews

Virtual reality: Are health risks being ignored? Maintaining a large field of view (FoV): Humans have a stereoscopic field of view of 200 degrees, involving 140 degrees of binocular vision for depth perception, and 60 degrees for peripheral vision. Visual perception research shows that restricting … Read more on CNBC

A Christmas season for the birds

January 18, 2016 | Author: | Posted in Binocular Reviews

A Christmas season for the birds Some paused to count birds. The Napa County Christmas Bird Count for Kids, part of the national Christmas Bird Count, attracted families to the Napa County Library where children received instructions on how to be “citizen scientists.” Binocular Boot … Read more on Napa Valley Register The Navy's New …

Lumus Is Showing A Wide Field-Of-View Smart Glasses Prototype

January 13, 2016 | Author: | Posted in Binocular Reviews

Lumus Is Showing A Wide Field-Of-View Smart Glasses Prototype Engadget covered these two latest offerings from the floor of CES in great detail yesterday (40 degree FOV, 720p binocular vision, Snapdragon processor) and I have to say that after trying them on myself, Lumus's intellectual property, which relies on … Read more on TechCrunch How …