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Surgeons at Children's Hospital Los Angeles treat the hospital's first patient with gene therapy

31 minutes agoHealth : EurekAlert: Health

(Children's Hospital Los Angeles) On March 20, 2018, surgeons at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, treated the hospital's first patient with gene therapy. The complex eye surgery was performed by dedicated retina specialist, Aaron Nagiel,...Show More Summary

A Tissue Engineered Retinal Patch Improves Vision in Macular Degeneration Patients

8 hours agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

The trial results announced here represent a promising step forward in efforts to regenerate an age-damaged retina, particularly because the patients were in an advanced stage of their degenerative condition and nonetheless achieved a meaningful degree of restored sight. Show More Summary

Nyjah Huston Profiled In LA Weekly

<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>?</span> With Nyjah Huston’s ‘Til Death seared into our retinas we were reminded of how strange his trip really has been thanks to a profile by Lily Moayeri in LA Weekly. Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - False Heads

False Heads From: London, England Self confessed leaders of the snot pop revolution False Heads (featured back in August 2016, New Music To Delight Your Ears - False Heads) have come storming back with new track Retina, an impudent shot of punky insolence. Show More Summary

This week’s top stories: Apple announces March event & WWDC 2018, a 13-inch Retina MacBook, and more

In this week’s top stories: Apple announces an education-focused spring event, Fortnite launches for iOS, a new 13-inch Retina MacBook in June, and more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories. … more…

New Sights To Delight Your Eyes - 4th March 2018

This week's selection of the best videos to make their way to chez Devil are so good your eyes will invite their friends around for a private viewing...The RPMs - Your GhostThe Retinas - ValiumDeath Party Playground - Love & FidelityFalcon Jane - Go With The FlowDelerentos - In The Moment

March 2018 Desktop Wallpaper

This month’s image is of Lake Skadar taken in Skadarsko Jezero National Park, Montenegro Most Desktops (will adjust for size) | iPad | iPhone 6/7/8 | iPhone 6/7/8 Plus | iPhone X 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13?) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15?) | 5k iMac

AI trained to spot heart disease risks using retina scan

The blood vessels in the eye reflect the state of the whole circulatory system.

Google has developed a way to predict your risk of a heart attack just by scanning your eye

A new system created by Verily and Google AI researchers can use photographs of the retina to predict risk factors for cardiovascular disease. The system works about as well as presently used predictive methods and is far less invasive. In...Show More Summary

Google hopes AI can predict heart disease by looking at retinas

Researchers at Google examined retinas and used AI to predict the likelihood that a patient will suffer a heart attack or stroke.        

Apple will require all new apps to support iPhone X by April 1

The days of wonky-looking apps on the iPhone X are coming to a close. Beginning April 1, Apple will require all new apps in the Apple Store to natively support iPhone X Super Retina display. Developers will also have to build new iOS...Show More Summary

Apple says all new iOS apps must accommodate the iPhone X’s notch

If you’re building a new iOS app this year, you’ll have to ensure that it fully supports the iPhone X’s Super Retina Display – which means that it’ll have to accommodate the notch, reports 9to5Mac. The rule comes into effect from April...Show More Summary

Apple will require support for iPhone X screen, iOS 11, and watchOS 4 on April 1

Starting April 1, 2018, Apple will require all new iPhone and universal apps to natively support the iPhone X Super Retina display, as well as requiring new iOS apps to be built with iOS 11 SDK or later, and new Apple Watch apps to be built with the watchOS 4 SDK or later. Developers received notification […]

Apple will require all new apps to natively support iPhone X display from April

Apple has informed developers today that all new apps submitted to the App Store from April 2018 must support the iPhone X’s Super Retina display. This means developers of new apps must ensure they accommodate the notch and go edge-to-edge...Show More Summary

NIH solicits next-generation retina organoids in prize competition

(NIH/National Eye Institute) A competition for radical ideas in the fight against blindness will move to its next phase by challenging participants to build functioning human retina prototypes. The National Eye Institute (NEI) 3-D Retina...Show More Summary

Award winning algorithm could improve accuracy and speed of diagnosis of retinal disease

A new technique for identifying and diagnosing damage to the human retina has been awarded 'Best Student Paper' at the industry-leading BIOIMAGING 2018 conference in Portugal.

Intel's New "Smart Glasses" Shoot Laser Beam Directly Into Your Retina

?For anyone who wanted a pair of Google glasses but didn't want to look like a lazy Borg cosplay, Intel may have just what you need. Just one catch; you have to be OK with a laser firing photons directly into your retina.  Consummate...Show More Summary

Intel’s New Smart Glasses Hands-On [Video]

Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses won’t make you look like a Glasshole. Dieter Bohn from The Verge got an exclusive look at Intel’s latest gadget. By shining a low-powered laser into your retina, the glasses can get all sorts of information without pulling out your phone. [The Verge] The post Intel’s New Smart Glasses Hands-On [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Intel's Vaunt smart glasses beam information directly to your retina

Image credit: The Verge Intel's prototype smart glasses give you information at glance – without looking ridiculous. When you think of smart glasses, it's likely that Google's experimental face computer, Google Glass, with all of its hangups, is the first thing that pops into mind....

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