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Japanese Firm Develops Glove That 'feels' 3D Images

...phics that seem to burst out of a screen and has a glove that allows users to "feel" them, according to NTT Comware, the software development unit of telecom giant Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. Without any need for awkward 3D glasses, users could feel a far-away object as if it were right in front of t...

No Thanks to Raw Sprouts

... dark or smell stale must be avoided. A tongs or a glove should always be used while handling the sprouts, they advise. Symptoms from Salmonella infection show up after 12 to 36 hours while symptoms from E. coli O157:H7 can crop up within two to 10 days. Symptoms include vomiting, stomach cramps, and f...

Raw (or) Undercooked Sprouts May Carry Harmful Bacteria

...een refrigerated · Shoppers should use tongs or a glove when bagging the sprouts · Always make sure that the sprouts are thoroughly cooked while eating in homes or restaurants · Never store raw vegetables on shelves below uncooked meat, as infected blood from the meat can drip onto the produce · To pre...

Stroke Rehabilitation Through Modified Video Games

...ft Xbox video game and Essential Reality P5 gaming glove that detects finger and wrist motions to manipulat... the screen. The engineers noted that the gaming glove they use doesn't have the accuracy and resolution of gloves designed specifically for rehabilitation...

Better Communication Ensured Between Humans and Computers

...users feel. This system consists of sensors in a glove which measures the temperature, skin conductivity and a belt to read the pulse. In order to develop the computer users were requested to play a game and their emotions are tracked and interpreted by the computer. During these tests the computer asks...

Unsafe Injections and Unclean Hand hygiene major cause of hospital infections in India

... in health care on using different procedures like glove use and reuse, hand rub formulation and alcohol absorption which could effectively control the spread of hospital infection. Samlee Plianbangchang, regional director of WHO Regional Office for Southeast Asia said, "Healthcare-associated infection is...

A Better Understanding Of The Brain Network

...y 17 healthy adults were asked to wear a synthetic glove with fiber-optic cables on their dominant hand. The glove translated hand movements into signals, which were sent to a computer. Researchers then used fMRI to...

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