Corning brings Gorilla Glass photo print to India.

US-based Fortune 500 major Corning is launching a online service for the Indian market to get their treasured photographs printed on a high-resolution, scratch-resistant Gorilla glass panels, just like the touch screens on smartphones and tablets. The 160 year old firm, that created the glass casing for Thomas Edison's light bulbs, is a major supplier to Indian auto, pharmacy and telecom firms and has been exporting a part of its optic fibre cables made in India. Apart from entering the Indian c...
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A mirror that monitors vital signs

Wish you could check your vital stats while brushing your teeth? Thanks to the new innovation by MIT PhD student Ming-Zher Poh, reading your pulse and other vital stats may someday be as easy as standing in your bathroom. Working with public-domain software, Poh developed a way to measure the pulse by analyzing subjects sitting in front of a two-way mirror. The MIT Media Lab Medical Mirror is equipped with a computer monitor along with a built-in camera that tracks changes in brightness pr...
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Get video in true HD with the latest HD90 – 720P Camera Pen

The latest spy camera pen takes video in true HD with the HD720P recording lens and no interpolation. Many camera pens you see on the market are not a true HD and use a process called interpolation to artificially upscale a lower resolution video to make it look closer to HD quality. This pen uses a OmniVision CMOS sensor chip that helps the video recorded to be in true HD without any upscaling. This pen offers a sleek durable metal casing look and fits comfortably in your hand. You can st...
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