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Dirt Cheap DIY EMF Protection for Your Cell Phone!

Dirt Cheap DIY EMF Protection for Your Cell Phone!
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A Tripod-On-Skates Lets Amateurs Pull Off Hollywood-Quality Camera Moves What’s the difference between a compelling, immersive short film and a throwaway piece of sub-viral crap? Not video resolution: nowadays, when every cat-filming schmoe has an HD video camera in his smartphone and the DSLR revolution has unleashed a tsunami of bokeh onto Vimeo.com, you need more than sharp pictures and good lenses to make an impact. According to Justin Jensen, an engineer-cum-amateur photographer/filmmaker who studied Computational Photography at the MIT Media Lab, "I realized that video quality is no longer limited by resolution, but instead by stabilization." In other words, you need smooth camera movement to give your vids that juicy sheen of production value. But since Jensen couldn’t afford a SteadiCam, he invented CineSkates: a tiny, inexpensive, portable, expandable camera-movement platform based on Joby’s Gorillapod.

LaserFest | Home QWOP About QWOP is a Flash-based video game created by independent game developer Bennett Foddy, in which the player attempts to run down a track to cross a finish line. The game is known for its intentionally frustrating control system, with each limb being controlled individually. Origin According to an article in the gaming blog Gamasutra, Bennett Foddy began learning how to create video games while procrastinating from completing his dissertation in philoshophy. Spread On November 10th, 2008, the game was posted on the community blog MetaFilter, which included the description “QWOP is difficult. On December 6th, YouTuber Ray William Johnson included a clip of the game in an episode of his web series “=3.” MoMA Exhibition On July 27th, 2011, QWOP was featured at the Musuem of Modern Art in New York City as part of an event called “Arcade” hosted by the videogame art and culture company Kill Screen. Notable Examples Images Videos Search Interest External References

Step by Step Guide to Electromagnetic Field Surveys - a Recommended EMF Measurement Procedure EMF MEASUREMENT STEP BY STEP - CONTENTS: details of how to make reliable measurements of electromagnetic field exposure: EMF levels using simple hand-held inexpensive instruments. Outside EMF Measurements & Outside EMF Measurement Documentation. Indoor EMF Measurements. Other Indoor EMF Measurement Targets. Workplace EMF Measurements. InspectAPedia tolerates no conflicts of interest. EMF exposure field strength measurements, exact procedure: This paper discusses a recommended procedure for performing electromagnetic field (EMF) or electro-magnetic radiation EMR measurements either by engaging a professional or by consumers using low-cost instruments which measure EMF exposure levels in gauss or milligauss. We discusses sources of error and variation in EMF measurements and we review and make suggestions for using several low-cost EMF measurement devices to determine the instantaneous electromagnetic field exposure. Article Contents As we explained earlier: Make these EMF measurements Reply:

amazon Turn On Two-Factor Authentication on Sites You Use Cloud storage provider Dropbox enabled two-factor authentication on its accounts very recently, and I finally got around to enabling it on my account today. I also decided to see what other cloud services I use support this method of protection and secure my accounts. The list was much longer than expected. It's increasingly clear that just passwords, no matter how complex and long, are no longer enough. Security Watch has talked about the importance of two-factor authentication several times in the past, and Neil Rubenking's primer on two-factor clearly lays out the benefits of using this form of authentication. After a bored hacker shredded Wired writer Mat Honan's digital life last month, Honan himself said he wish he'd turned on two-factor authentication on his Gmail account, which would have minimized some of the damage. While you can't use two-factor authentication everywhere yet, I was pleasantly surprised to find out how many places do support it. Yahoo! Any others I missed?

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MuMETAL I’m trying to shield a magnetic field. Do I need to use MuMETAL? How much is enough? What’s the best material to use? MuMETAL®: What is it? A DC2 disc magnet with a sheet of MuMETAL between the magnet and measurement probe MuMETAL is an alloy of nickel and iron used for magnetic shielding. MuMETAL is made of mostly nickel. Biased Answers Should you use MuMETAL to shield a magnet? Here at K&J Magnetics, we’re magnet people. For example, let’s say you place a sheet of metal right next to a neodymium magnet. What gives? As with many magnetic questions, the answer depends on the setup. Let’s see if we can boil it down by comparing two very specific materials, steel vs. Not one, but two properties apply! MuMETAL has a much higher permeability at lower magnetizing force, but saturates at a much lower flux density compared to steel. We usually use Relative Permeability, the ratio of the material's permeability to that of a pure vacuum. Say that again in plain English, please! AC Fields No.

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