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Jun 28, 2020

Chris Webby — Our Planet (feat. Bria Lee) [Official Video]

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Jun 26, 2020

A Decade of Sun

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In its 10 years observing the Sun, our Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite has gathered over 425 million high-resolution images of our star.

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Jun 17, 2020

Light bulb vibrations yield eavesdropping data

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In an era of digital eavesdropping where hackers employ a variety of means to take over built-in video cameras, peruse personal digital data and snoop on cellular conversations, researchers have finally seen the light.

Literally.

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Jun 15, 2020

Cutting-edge research shows that making art benefits the brain

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In other words, practicing the arts can be used to build capacity for managing one’s mental and emotional well-being.

Neuroesthetics — With recent advances in biological, cognitive, and neurological science, there are new forms of evidence on the arts and the brain. For example, researchers have used biofeedback to study the effects of visual art on neural circuits and neuroendocrine markers to find biological evidence that visual art promotes health, wellness, and fosters adaptive responses to stress.

Jun 13, 2020

ARCTURIAN SOUND HEALING l HEALING CHAMBER

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Music, Sounds & Frequencies for self transformation, healing and the expansion of consciousness
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Jun 7, 2020

Six planet system found in almost perfect orbital harmony

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Researchers discovered a star system with six planets which orbits in almost perfect rhythm…dubbed HD 158259 star is orbited by a super-Earth and five mini-Neptunes.

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Jun 6, 2020

Apple, Spotify, Or Amazon Should Buy This AI-Generated Music Startup ASAP

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Can artificial intelligence create great music?

Your answer, of course, will very much depend on what you call great music. Plus on when and where you’re playing it. I’ve found an AI-generated music app that creates great music for at least one purpose.

Jun 4, 2020

Music Synchronizes the Brains of Performers and Their Audience

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The more people enjoy music, the more similar their brain activity is to that of the musician.

May 23, 2020

New chip brings ultra-low power Wi-Fi connectivity to IoT devices

Posted by in categories: computing, habitats, internet, media & arts, wearables

More portable, fully wireless smart home setups. Lower power wearables. Batteryless smart devices. These could all be made possible thanks to a new ultra-low power Wi-Fi radio developed by electrical engineers at the University of California San Diego.

The device, which is housed in a chip smaller than a grain of rice, enables Internet of Things (IoT) devices to communicate with existing Wi-Fi networks using 5,000 times less than today’s Wi-Fi radios. It consumes just 28 microwatts of power. And it does so while transmitting data at a rate of 2 megabits per second (a connection fast enough to stream music and most YouTube videos) over a range of up to 21 meters.

The team will present their work at the ISSCC 2020 conference Feb. 16 to 20 in San Francisco.

May 21, 2020

Laser-based technique captures 3D images of impressionist-style brushstrokes

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Researchers have developed a new strategy that uses optical coherence tomography (OCT) to acquire both the surface and underlying details of impressionist style oil paintings. This information can be used to create detailed 3D reconstructions to enhance the viewing experience and offer a way for the visually impaired to experience paintings.

“Visitors to art museums can’t closely examine paintings and see the artists’ techniques because of security and conservation concerns,” said research team leader Yi Yang from Penn State Abington. “Our new technology can create 3D reconstructions that can be rotated and magnified to view details such as brushstrokes. This would be especially useful for online classes.”

Yang and colleagues from Penn State University Park and New Jersey Institute of Technology report the new technique in the Optical Society journal Applied Optics. The research team brought together specialists in art history and conservation with electrical and optical engineers.

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