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Sony files patent for contact lens that records what you see
Although electronic devices are shrinking all the time, the idea of a smart contact lens still seems wildly ambitious. Now Sony has reached even further into the realm of the hypothetical and yanked out something that trumps all the efforts we have seen before. A patent filing by the Japanese company reveals its vision for a contact lens that not only records video and images with a simple blink, but manages to store them right there and then on the user's eyeballs.

http://www.gizmag.com/sony-contact-lens/43157/
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Android camera2 API video app - Part 18 taking a photo while recording

Hi Guys

Part 18 describes how to take photo stills while recording a video.

Link to website series: https://www.nigeapptuts.com/category/camera2-api-video/

Youtube playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9jCwTXYWjDIHNEGtsRdCTk79I9-95TbJ

Cheers

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Some of the most unique and amazing landscapes in the world || Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Several key ingredients combine to make the Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces: heat, water, limestone, and a rock fracture system through which hot water can reach the earth's surface.

Today's geothermal activity is a link to past volcanism. A partially molten magma chamber, remnant of a cataclysmic volcanic explosion 600,000 years ago in central Yellowstone, supplies one of the ingredients, heat.

Hot water is the creative force of the terraces. Without it, terrace growth ceases and color vanishes. The source of the water flowing out of Yellowstone's geothermal features is rain and snow. Falling high on the slopes in and around Yellowstone, water seeps deep into the earth. This cold ground water is warmed by heat radiating from the magma chamber before rising back to the surface.

Hot water must be able to reach the earth's surface in relatively large volumes to erupt as a geyser or flow as a hot spring. In Yellowstone, many conduits remain from the collapse of the giant caldera; frequent earthquakes keep this underground "plumbing" system open. Even though Mammoth lies north of the caldera ring-fracture system, a fault trending north from Norris Geyser Basin, 21 miles (34 km) away, may connect Mammoth to the hot water of that system. A system of small fissures carries water upward to create approximately 50 hot springs in the Mammoth Hot Springs area.

Another necessary ingredient for terrace growth is the mineral calcium carbonate. Thick layers of sedimentary limestone, deposited millions of years ago by vast seas, lie beneath the Mammoth area. As ground water seeps slowly downward and laterally, it comes in contact with hot gases charged with carbon dioxide rising from the magma chamber. Some carbon dioxide is readily dissolved in the hot water to form a weak carbonic acid solution. This hot, acidic solution dissolves great quantities of limestone as it works up through the rock layers to the surface hot springs. Once exposed to the open air, some of the carbon dioxide escapes from solution. As this happens, limestone can no longer remain in solution. A solid mineral reforms and is deposited as the travertine that forms the terraces.

#landscapephotography   #naturephotography   #yellowstone   #wyoming   #caldera   #volcano   #amazing   #mammothhotsprings  
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Added photos to Google I/O 2014 Extended Manila.

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SaltStack and Compute Engine: a 10 minute video tutorial
#computeengine   #cloudplatform   #developers  

In this short video, you can see how easy it is to provision and manage Compute Engine instances and networking resources with +SaltStack, a popular open source configuration management tool. Follow along with the corresponding repo (http://bit.ly/salt-gce-demo) containing all the setup instructions and demo configuration.

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Chromebooks are coming to nine more nations
to improve computing for all generations 
So we’d like to say our Hellos
to our new global #Chromebook fellows: http://goo.gl/Unq838

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See, Android isn't all that complicated after all. 😂
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