Newly developed responsive contact lenses allows wearer to zoom in and out

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Scientists from the US and China have collaborated to develop an innovative soft contact lens. The responsive contact lenses were created by a team of soft materials experts from the University of California-San Diego and Harbin Institute of Technology in China. The one-of-a-kind soft contact lenses are capable of changing their focal length at the signal of the wearer. The contact lens wearer can zoom in and out of focus with a couple blinks of their eye. The responsive contact lenses that have the power to zoom in and out…

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Special QR code packaging to improve product security

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A Korean company seeks to patent a new QR code printing technology. Anycos a company based in Korea that manufactures plastic packaging materials for food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, has developed a high speed printing technology for QR code packaging. The company is now seeking a patent for the high-speed printing tech that helps to prevent copycat products. Anycos’ quick response codes help to provide authenticity tracing. Korea’s market for plastic packing has increased due to the upswing of online shopping, home deliveries and home meal replacements. In fact, according to…

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Amazon Prime Video VR streaming rolls out for Oculus and Gear VR headsets

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Prime Video subscribers now have the option to enjoy a VR (virtual reality) experience. The Amazon Prime Video VR platform has been launched, giving subscribers of this service the chance to enjoy some of Amazon’s streaming content via a more immersive experience. Both Oculus and Gear VR headsets support the service. Prime subscribers who are interested in using the new virtual reality service will no doubt be pleased to learn that the immersive content can be viewed using a variety of VR headsets on the markets. Among these include the…

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Scientists make unique wearable technology discovery involving acids from red wine

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Tannic acid may be the key to next-gen wearable tech. A team of scientists from the University of Manchester have made a wearable technology discovery involving tannic acid that could lead to the development of more durable and flexible wearable devices. The researchers extracted tannic acid from red wine, coffee and black tea for their experiment. Adding tannins to the technology improved mechanical properties of certain materials, increasing lifespan. Through their wearable technology discovery, the scientists found that by adding tannic acid extracted from red wind, coffee or black tea,…

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What Are the Stages of SDLC?

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In the world of IT and software development, SDLC or software development life cycle, is the methodology of any development project. The software industry is a thriving, nearly $500 billion business that doesn’t appear to show any signs of slowing down. Mobile platforms are taking off, and most business these days is conducted on some sort of software platform. To this end, if you work in the software business, you’ll need to get a feel for the methodologies that work. In this regard, understanding the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)…

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