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Welcome to Project Soli

Welcome to Project Soli

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Colours and their Sound and frequencies Colours and their Sound and frequencies. Following is a brief description of the different colours and their Sound and frequencies. Scriabin's theory was that each note in the octave could be associated with a specific colour, and in Prometheus, the Poem of Fire, he wrote the colours and music to match. His arrangement was: Berlioz, Debussy and Wagner were also interested in music and colour and Rimsky-Korsakov considered C as white. The Rosicrucian Order based their theories on Just intonation and suggest that note names, frequencies, and colours should be:

The next information revolution will be 100 times bigger than the Internet Ambarish is cofounder and CEO of Blippar. Every day I see something I want to know more about, something I can experience at a deeper level, and share with my friends and family. I’m hardly alone in that; the average citizen of any connected country is an avid consumer, seeker, and sharer of information — driving over 5.7 billion Google searches each day. But what happens when you see something you can’t describe? Or when you encounter something you can’t accurately communicate to a friend, let alone a search engine? Sadly, the platforms and tools of the current age of information aren’t much help when trying to learn about . Wavelength frequency convert lambda Hz sound conversion acoustics acoustic audio radio measure speed of sound and radio typical waves wave length light vacuum equation formula for frequency speed of light color electromagnetic spectrum - sengpielaudio Sen Formulas and equations for sound: c = λ × f λ = c / f = c × T f = c / λ Conversion of period to frequency and back The top open range of the frequency spectrum for sound waves

How An Intelligent Thimble Could Replace the Mouse In 3D Virtual Reality Worlds The way in which humans interact with computers has been dominated by the mouse since it was invented in the 1960s by Doug Engelbert. A mouse uses a flat two-dimensional surface as a proxy for a computer screen. Any movements of the mouse over the surface are then translated into movements on the screen. These days, a mouse also has a number of buttons, and often scroll wheel, that allow interaction with on-screen objects. This App Lets You Control Presentations with Your Hand If you deliver presentations often, this is a neat trick to add to your arsenal. Swoosh for Android lets you control your slide deck with just a wave of your hand. Install the app on your mobile device and the server tool on your desktop, and launch your presentation. Then, place your phone or tablet on a desk and swipe your hand above it to navigate back and forth between slides like magic. Swoosh works with Mac, Windows and Linux desktops and is compatible with a range of presentation tools like Prezi, Slidely, Microsoft Powerpoint Online, Google Slides, Keynote and Acrobat Reader.

Plant Orchestra Although imperceptible to the human ear, plants create sound. Using specialist microphones water can be heard as it flows slowly up the stem of a plant. The sounds created during the day are different to those at night and they alter with the seasons of the year. A Brain-Controlled Robotic Arm I was about 15 minutes late for my first phone call with Jan Scheuermann. When I tried to apologize for keeping her waiting, she stopped me. “I wasn’t just sitting around waiting for you, you know,” she said, before catching herself. “Well, actually I was sitting around.” Scheuermann, who is 54, has been paralyzed for 14 years. Is The Future Of Home Automation A Simple Black Cube? Even the best designed smarthome apps can feel a little lifeless compared to flickable light switches and spinnable thermostats. Which is why German studio The Family of the Arts is working on a tactile alternative to the smarthome apps of today. Simply called Cube, the device is a small black cube that you can carry around your house, place on any surface, and use it to control nearby lamps, shades, thermostats, and speakers contextually. At night, Cube fits into the wall—right where a lightswitch would normally go—to dock and recharge.

Una tecnología que podría cambiar al mundo. by santiagomongef Sep 14

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