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Sony going all-in on ultra-high definition

Sony going all-in on ultra-high definition | nmn | Scoop.it


The company is promising a cornucopia of 4K products at January's International CES as it aims to push the technology further into the mainstream while rebuilding its reputation as a serious alternative to Apple for aspirational tech-savvy consumers.



Thanks to the speed in which the technology world moves, it's easy to forget just how cool Sony and its products used to be.

 

So much so that Steve Jobs himself used to use the company as a benchmark for where he wanted Apple to be in terms of design and desirability.

 

 

 


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Avery Sandler's curator insight, December 12, 2013 7:13 PM

This for me sounded really interesting. I wonder what they mean by high definition. Are they the first to experiment with this? Why are they moving forward so quickly? Also, when will this come out?

Ai_W_Sophia's curator insight, December 17, 2013 4:47 AM

Seems great~

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How The World Would Look If We Could See All The Radiation From Our Cell Phones

How The World Would Look If We Could See All The Radiation From Our Cell Phones | nmn | Scoop.it

If you’re reading this, you’re likely bathed in several channels of cell phone radiation at once. But while we can spot cell phone towers and antennae, the waves themselves remain invisible. Following up on a project to visualize what Wi-Fi might look like in cities, artist-researcher Nickolay Lamm has imagined what cell phone radiation would look like if emitted as waves of light.

 

Lamm worked with eight academics and engineers to verify that the images we’re looking at are accurate representations of cell phone radiation. Like radio, cell phones rely on radio frequency waves, which emit low-energy radiation. Unlike ionizing radiation--released by higher-energy gamma rays, x-rays, and ultraviolet rays--exposure to cell phones’ non-ionizing radiation has not been proven to cause serious damage to living tissue


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Tahar Mehenni's curator insight, December 12, 2013 12:04 PM

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Kwang Hyun's curator insight, December 13, 2013 12:32 AM

This is just an interesting sight that if we would see how many cell phones we use daily, it can cover the whole world multiple times. It was very interesting to see. It is pretty crazy how we are involved with techoniogies now.

rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, December 13, 2013 1:12 AM

We are bathing in a deadly cocktail of radiation! No wonder it is like being at the receiving end in a microwave oven. Radiation can alter our DNA, and cause mutations to happen! Mutation may be defined as accelerated evolution in layman's terms! Increasing cases of cancer, pshyco-neural complications, birth defects, you name it, all these can be aggravated by this deadly exposure to radiation! No wonder we are so obsessed with technology that we are ready to ignore all those emissions all for the sake of comfort! This is an article that is simply laying bare the facts!