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Are remote self-powered implanted devices with transmitters practical?
There is an article about a research in nanogenerators and transmitters used to make a self-powering implant which can transmit wireless signals to receivers over a distance. It is claimed that A new ...
Does looking at screens damage your brain?
I found several articles that warn of the dangers of too much computer time, especially for children. Oxford Learning, Jun 2010: Too much computer time can be bad for your brain However, a recent ...
Are monitors with an IPS (in-plane switching) panel better for the eyes?
slothygeek writes: There are three main display panel types for screens: IPS, VA and TN panels. Screens with TN panels are best for gaming but these are not the best for your eyes. If you want ...
Is the solarized color scheme easier on the eyes?
MakeUseOf writes in Solarized – A Crisp, Scientifically-Based Color Scheme For Your Apps: Color is everywhere around us. For most people, color is about beauty or aesthetics. But if you spend your ...
Does turning your eyes away from your monitor once an hour help your eyes' health?
I have read in some sources (sorry, can't remember which), and also been told by my employer-assigned doctor (I can find the doctor again if needed), that it is "important" for people who work at ...
Does the Retina Display cause less eyestrain than other screens?
Apple Mac Retina display screens make text look great. Retina pixel density = 220.5 PPI, vs. 135 PPI for the 2018 non-Retina MacBook Air (according to The Verge). Gary Heiting, an optometrist told ...
Do bigger or more monitors increase productivity?
There is a ton of anecdotal evidence that adding more screen estate (more or larger monitors) leads to an increase in productivity, especially for programmers. For example, where I work, all ...