“The researchers hope this discovery might be able to help people with “disorders of consciousness” – for example, it might be possible to bring people out of comas with consciousness-starting devices, or give narcolepsy sufferers the ability to self-stimulate when they’re falling asleep at an inopportune time.” “Consciousness switch” article.
I used a new feature in Blender software to create mirrors. I was very happy about how the mirrors rendered. I was keen on making a dance simulation video. Rendering finished today and I posted the video on YouTube. I learned how to use the plane properly by following Daniel Oakfield’s video, Perfect Mirror Reflections […]
Using an app installed on users’ phones, La Liga remotely turned on the phones’ microphone function to crack down on bars screening matches via pirated signals. Source: Spanish football league fined for turning fans’ phones into pub spies
The bioplastic products manufactured using his process biodegrade after 240 days of being exposed to the elements or buried in the ground, while their fossil fuel-based counterparts can take more than 100 years. When you think of Mexico, you think of tequila and guacamole, says Scott Munguia. If he has his way, you might also […]
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council awarded a remarkable photograph its overall prize in science photography. The subject of the photograph? A single atom visible to the naked ey… Source: Photograph of Single Atom Captured with a Plain Old Camera
I was watching “Secrets of the Shining Knights,” a Nova video on PBS Sunday night, when one of the commentators briefly explained the origins of the expression “mad as a hatter.” Apparently, Mercury gases emitted during the hat making process caused hat makers to go insane. I was surprised to hear that and I wanted […]