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Excerpts from what the art lovers of Gujarat have to say on Karsandas Pay & Use. #KPNU #MovieReview #GujaratiFilm #NowInCinemas Proud to be an active part of this novel film.

Excerpts from what the art lovers of Gujarat have to say on Karsandas Pay & Use. #KPNU #MovieReview #GujaratiFilm #NowInCinemas Proud to be an active part of this novel film.

Excerpts from what the art lovers of Gujarat have to say on Karsandas Pay & Use. #KPNU #MovieReview #GujaratiFilm #NowInCinemas Proud to be an active part of this novel film.

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Now, control a window's opacity with a smartphone The Sonte Film connects wirelessly to a smartphone app to instantly turn any window from clear to opaque at the press of a button

Now, control a window's opacity with a smartphone The Sonte Film connects wirelessly to a smartphone app to instantly turn any window from clear to opaque at the press of a button

Now, control a window's opacity with a smartphone The Sonte Film connects wirelessly to a smartphone app to instantly turn any window from clear to opaque at the press of a button

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Are We Living Inside a Computer Simulation? The popular film trilogy, The Matrix, presented a cyberuniverse where humans live in a simulated reality created by sentient machines. Now, a philosopher and team of physicists imagine that we might really be living inside a computer-generated universe that you could call The Lattice. What's more, we may be able to detect it. In 2003, British philosopher Nick Bostrom published a paper that proposed the universe we live in might in fact really be a numerical computer simulation. To give this a bizarre Twilight Zone twist, he suggested that our far-evolved distant descendants might construct such a program to simulate the past and recreate how their remote ancestors lived. He felt that such an experiment was inevitable for a supercivilization. If it didn't happen by now, then in meant that humanity never evolved that far and we're doomed to a short lifespan as a species, he argued. Read more : http://mashable.com/2012/12/17/the-lattice/

Are We Living Inside a Computer Simulation? The popular film trilogy, The Matrix, presented a cyberuniverse where humans live in a simulated reality created by sentient machines. Now, a philosopher and team of physicists imagine that we might really be living inside a computer-generated universe that you could call The Lattice. What's more, we may be able to detect it. In 2003, British philosopher Nick Bostrom published a paper that proposed the universe we live in might in fact really be a numerical computer simulation. To give this a bizarre Twilight Zone twist, he suggested that our far-evolved distant descendants might construct such a program to simulate the past and recreate how their remote ancestors lived. He felt that such an experiment was inevitable for a supercivilization. If it didn't happen by now, then in meant that humanity never evolved that far and we're doomed to a short lifespan as a species, he argued. Read more : http://mashable.com/2012/12/17/the-lattice/

Are We Living Inside a Computer Simulation? The popular film trilogy, The Matrix, presented a cyberuniverse where humans live in a simulated reality created by sentient machines. Now, a philosopher and team of physicists imagine that we might really be living inside a computer-generated universe that you could call The Lattice. What's more, we may be able to detect it. In 2003, British philosopher Nick Bostrom published a paper that proposed the universe we live in might in fact really be a numerical computer simulation. To give this a bizarre Twilight Zone twist, he suggested that our far-evolved distant descendants might construct such a program to simulate the past and recreate how their remote ancestors lived. He felt that such an experiment was inevitable for a supercivilization. If it didn't happen by now, then in meant that humanity never evolved that far and we're doomed to a short lifespan as a species, he argued. Read more : http://mashable.com/2012/12/17/the-lattice/

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'Avatar' Sequels Will Use Groundbreaking Underwater Technology When "Avatar" came out in 2009, James Cameron helped reinvent the way both 3D and motion capture are used in film. Now, he'll be taking that technology one step further in the next two "Avatar" sequels.

'Avatar' Sequels Will Use Groundbreaking Underwater Technology When "Avatar" came out in 2009, James Cameron helped reinvent the way both 3D and motion capture are used in film. Now, he'll be taking that technology one step further in the next two "Avatar" sequels.

'Avatar' Sequels Will Use Groundbreaking Underwater Technology When "Avatar" came out in 2009, James Cameron helped reinvent the way both 3D and motion capture are used in film. Now, he'll be taking that technology one step further in the next two "Avatar" sequels.

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World’s thinnest display is a soap bubble screen - This is rather interesting – who would have thought that the ‘world’s thinnest display‘ is actually a screen that is one huge soap bubble? this particular soap bubble display is very different from the highly fragile soap bubbles that we played with during our childhood, as ultrasonic sound waves are used instead to change film’s properties, creating either a flat or a 3D image.

World’s thinnest display is a soap bubble screen - This is rather interesting – who would have thought that the ‘world’s thinnest display‘ is actually a screen that is one huge soap bubble? this particular soap bubble display is very different from the highly fragile soap bubbles that we played with during our childhood, as ultrasonic sound waves are used instead to change film’s properties, creating either a flat or a 3D image.

World’s thinnest display is a soap bubble screen - This is rather interesting – who would have thought that the ‘world’s thinnest display‘ is actually a screen that is one huge soap bubble? this particular soap bubble display is very different from the highly fragile soap bubbles that we played with during our childhood, as ultrasonic sound waves are used instead to change film’s properties, creating either a flat or a 3D image.

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:: Environmentally Friendly Waterproof Coating Developed To Protect Electronics :: A new waterproof coating has been developed by Daikin Industries which is both environmentally friendly and will protect your electronics from water damage.It dries within a minute at room temperature and once dried creates a layer just 0.1 micron to 1 micron thick over the electronics. Daikin Industries explains: “This product isn’t intended for full waterproofing, but for raising the baseline in waterproofing to everyday standards. So we’re suggesting this coating as a way to reduce the risk of phones malfunctioning if they happen to get dropped in water.” For example, even if the phone has an earphone jack or connector, there’s no problem with connection after coating, because this coating is such a thin film. It can be used for protection against water and moisture in applications where, until now, a thicker coating was needed.” The new costing is currently still under development, but is created by dissolving a fluoropolymer in a fluorinated solvent. The fluoropolymer is nonflammable and has low toxicity, making the solution environmentally friendly.

:: Environmentally Friendly Waterproof Coating Developed To Protect Electronics :: A new waterproof coating has been developed by Daikin Industries which is both environmentally friendly and will protect your electronics from water damage.It dries within a minute at room temperature and once dried creates a layer just 0.1 micron to 1 micron thick over the electronics. Daikin Industries explains: “This product isn’t intended for full waterproofing, but for raising the baseline in waterproofing to everyday standards. So we’re suggesting this coating as a way to reduce the risk of phones malfunctioning if they happen to get dropped in water.” For example, even if the phone has an earphone jack or connector, there’s no problem with connection after coating, because this coating is such a thin film. It can be used for protection against water and moisture in applications where, until now, a thicker coating was needed.” The new costing is currently still under development, but is created by dissolving a fluoropolymer in a fluorinated solvent. The fluoropolymer is nonflammable and has low toxicity, making the solution environmentally friendly.

:: Environmentally Friendly Waterproof Coating Developed To Protect Electronics :: A new waterproof coating has been developed by Daikin Industries which is both environmentally friendly and will protect your electronics from water damage.It dries within a minute at room temperature and once dried creates a layer just 0.1 micron to 1 micron thick over the electronics. Daikin Industries explains: “This product isn’t intended for full waterproofing, but for raising the baseline in waterproofing to everyday standards. So we’re suggesting this coating as a way to reduce the risk of phones malfunctioning if they happen to get dropped in water.” For example, even if the phone has an earphone jack or connector, there’s no problem with connection after coating, because this coating is such a thin film. It can be used for protection against water and moisture in applications where, until now, a thicker coating was needed.” The new costing is currently still under development, but is created by dissolving a fluoropolymer in a fluorinated solvent. The fluoropolymer is nonflammable and has low toxicity, making the solution environmentally friendly.

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:: Crazy Tech Predictions for 2012:: 1. Facebook Buys Digg :- Facebook’s 2012 will look a lot like its 2011: More growth, more change. Still, it hasn’t quite broken through on the content curation and voting side of things. With all the frictionless sharing people will be doing, they may no longer think about accumulating “likes.” Digg started using Facebook’s OpenGraph in 2011, which makes it easy to share what you’re reading on Digg to Facebook. As I see it, this is simply the first step on the road to a much deeper relationship. When Facebook buys Digg next year, users will get the ability to “Digg” not only profile pages, but people. That’s right, you could really “Digg” someone on Facebook. It’s so 1976, but also so cool. 2.Scientists and Hollywood Develop New Way to End Movies :- 3D has pretty much flopped, and it’s getting tougher and tougher to get movie-goers into theaters. Scientists will partner with Hollywood studios to unveil a new technology known as “Fresh Ends.” Using CGI, Hollywood script writers, voice and context recognition and logic algorithms, Fresh Ends technology will generate new endings for some of the world’s most popular films. These slightly rewritten movies will be re-released to theaters — just like the 3D rereleases — and are expected to add 15- to 20% additional box office returns to each film. For now, Fresh Ends only works with movies shot digitally. 3.Apple Intros a 5-inch Tablet Phone Hybrid :- Sorry, no iPhone 5 or iPad 3. Unable to decide whether it should deliver a 7-inch iPad 3 or a 4.5-inch iPhone 5,Apple comes down squarely in the middle with a giant handheld that, naturally, makes calls and is almost large enough to be a usable tablet. The hidden bonus? It’s also a fully functional HDTV. Apple, however, will remain mum for most of the year on whether or not it plans on actually delivering a larger Apple iTV. 4.Google+ Takes Center Stage :- Virtually unchanged for more than a decade, Google’s search page undergoes a subtle, yet important transformation. The search giant places a “+” sign right next to the “Google” Logo. But the change is more than logo-deep. If you hit your own “+” sign on your keyboard before typing in your search query, all results will feature Google+ search results on top. If you hit “+” twice, your search query can be used to launch a new Google+ post. You’ll still have to select which circles you want to share your search query with. Rumors will swirl throughout 2012 that Google wants to rename the entire company “Google+".

Amazon.com Facts: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Web’s Biggest Retailer One of the giants to survive the dotcom crash, Amazon.com is as much of a landmark on the web as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. In 16 years, “Wall Street Wunderkind” Jeff Bezos has grown the business from a tiny startup operating on second-hand computers in his garage to a global company with 12 major retail websites. Amazon.com may account for around a third of all U.S. ecommerce sales, boast over 33,000 employees around the world and own such big names as IMDB, Zappos.com, Woot and LOVEFiLM, but how much do you really know about the web’s largest retailer? We’ve dug deep and found 10 fascinating facts about the etailing behemoth that you may not know. Take a look through the slide show and let us know in the comments any Amazon.com tidbits you find interesting.

Amazon.com Facts: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Web’s Biggest Retailer One of the giants to survive the dotcom crash, Amazon.com is as much of a landmark on the web as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. In 16 years, “Wall Street Wunderkind” Jeff Bezos has grown the business from a tiny startup operating on second-hand computers in his garage to a global company with 12 major retail websites. Amazon.com may account for around a third of all U.S. ecommerce sales, boast over 33,000 employees around the world and own such big names as IMDB, Zappos.com, Woot and LOVEFiLM, but how much do you really know about the web’s largest retailer? We’ve dug deep and found 10 fascinating facts about the etailing behemoth that you may not know. Take a look through the slide show and let us know in the comments any Amazon.com tidbits you find interesting.

Amazon.com Facts: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Web’s Biggest Retailer One of the giants to survive the dotcom crash, Amazon.com is as much of a landmark on the web as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. In 16 years, “Wall Street Wunderkind” Jeff Bezos has grown the business from a tiny startup operating on second-hand computers in his garage to a global company with 12 major retail websites. Amazon.com may account for around a third of all U.S. ecommerce sales, boast over 33,000 employees around the world and own such big names as IMDB, Zappos.com, Woot and LOVEFiLM, but how much do you really know about the web’s largest retailer? We’ve dug deep and found 10 fascinating facts about the etailing behemoth that you may not know. Take a look through the slide show and let us know in the comments any Amazon.com tidbits you find interesting.

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