Researchers at Stevens Institute of Technology have now created a digital platform that enables dozens of organizations to model information exchanges between fleets of orbital devices and land-based antennae to manage complex earth science problems such as spotting wildfires.
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Technology advance paves way to more realistic 3D holograms for virtual reality and more
Researchers have developed a new way to create dynamic ultrahigh-density 3D holographic projections. By packing more details into a 3D image, this type of hologram could enable realistic representations of the world around us for use in virtual reality and other applications.
Smart watches could predict higher risk of heart failure
The peer-reviewed study, published in The European Heart Journal – Digital Health, looked at data from 83,000 people who had undergone a 15-second electrocardiogram (ECG) comparable to the kind carried out using smart watches and phone devices.
3D flora and fauna at your fingertips
Reporting in Research Ideas and Outcomes, a Kyushu University researcher has developed a new technique for scanning various plants and animals and reconstructing them into highly detailed 3D models.
‘Pulling back the curtain’ to reveal a molecular key to The Wizard of Oz
Researchers reporting in ACS Central Science have developed a durable molecular encryption key from sequence-defined polymers that are built and deconstructed in a sequential way. They hid their molecular key in the ink of a letter, which was mailed and then used to decrypt a file.