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Luminance Ratio

The luminance ratio determines the brightness of a display screen, as compared to ambient lighting.

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Golden Ratio for Faces - Female Faces at Least
Research conducted in 2009, which proceeded to fade into obscurity, found a direct connection between the attractiveness of a face to human subjects and the exact dispance of spacing of facial features relative to the size of the head in both horizontal and vertical dimensions. When building an avatar face we can actually move the features around and take advantage of their findings in ways physical faces cannot.



 

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(12/08/2004)
At SIGGRAPH 2004, same as in other years, VR firms see it as a chance to reveal -hopefully- revolutionary new interfaces. This year has been no exception. This high-dynamic-range (HDR) display uses active light-emitting diodes behind a high...


(23/01/2014)
From the world of nanotechnology we’ve gotten electronic skin, or e-skin, and electronic eye implants or e-eyes. Now we’re on the verge of electronic whiskers. Researchers with Berkeley Lab and the University of California (UC) Berkeley hav...


(10/06/2009)
New data eyeglasses can read from the engineer?s eyes which details he needs to see on the building plans. A CMOS chip with an eye tracker in the microdisplay makes this possible. The eyeglasses are connected to a PDA, display information a...


(04/01/2005)
Intended for use in RFID tags and sensor networks, researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a plastic-based, organic supercoductor.

Normal solar cells have a lighr to power conversion ratio of 3.5%....


(27/05/2009)
Our brain is wired to identify gender based on facial cues and coloring, according to a new study published in the Journal of Vision. Psychology Professor Fr?d?ric Gosselin and his Universit? de Montr?al team found the luminescence of the e...