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Tracking shopping behavior with high-tech software

This is not new news, but many don’t use the software VideoMining company created back in 2011. VideoMining CEORajeev Sharma and his team have created a software that tracks the shoppers into a shop and then checks their paths. This way the shop owners can see where to put the most valuable items along a […]

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The History of USB. Explaining USB 3.0

The USB, Universal Serial BUS, s a connector created to replace a ton of other ports for printers, mouses, keyboards and any other extra plug-in devices like game pads. USB is not in its third version and we will have soon enough an USB connector that can be inserted in the port upside down or […]

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Learn about 5 ancient medical treatments with Vsauce2

Interestingly enough, medicine have come a long way since the days of the shamans or of bleeding as a practice to treat whatever ailment you’d have. Kevin from Vsauce2 shows us 5 ancient treatments they used back then and how were they performed. Bleeding was one of those methods and it stuck with the then-day […]

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TechQuickie: what is video compression

The guys at Techquickie create interesting videos on basics of different digital technologies and video compression of one of those techs. video compression is a great technical achievement of the digital world in which movies that would normally be 70GB in size are reduces to only about 70 MB. Compression is a process in which […]

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Hyperlapse: Microsoft’s take on first person videos is awesome

Microsoft Research has a super-project in which you take the videos someone is taking with their camera and then create a seamless time-lapse video. Hyperlapse is a time-lapse video in which the frames were created to flow continuously one form another in such a way that the camera swings are reduces to a bare minimum. […]

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BBC News: how the Panama canal was built

First the French wanted to build the Panama canal, but after 20 000 deaths, they simply weren’t ready to continue. Then they sold the canal to the US which sustained other 5000 deaths. The US created a new system for the canal in which you could raise a ship way above the sea level using […]

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How do you obtain a strong glass like Gorilla Glass for mobile devices?

Glass can support a lot of compression, but when you have a glass plate and push against it, it is the opposite side you’re pushing on that will break and then it will spread out. Glass is good with compression, not so much with expansion. In the video from above you can see that the […]

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How to build a gaming PC on a budget.

Jays Two Cents has a ton of great tips in the video from above and, as a gamer, I couldn’t be any happier of having spent 15 minutes watching this video. first off, Jay explains what “on a budget” means. It does not mean, cheap it meant whatever amount you got ready to use. It […]

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The electric cars were hip way before Tesla, in 1897, when they were used as taxis in London

Electric cars are not a new thing at all. Their development is as old as the one of the regular petrol based cars. Smithsonian Mag tells us that those cars were used in 1897 as taxis in London, but by 1899 the company failed to get traction and they needed to close shops. Too bad. […]

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Kodak: How George Eastman revolutionized photography

We are a long way since 1826, when the first photo was taken in France, by Nicephore Niepce. It took 8 days of exposure to get the light to interact with the syrian bitum in the process called heliography. Since that time we took trillions of photos, but first we used the film photo cameras, […]

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