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The Duovox Mate Pro night vision camera allows you to capture full color images even in pitch darkness. First Buyers Get 50% Discount

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Duovox has unveiled the Mate Pro camera, which is currently available on Kickstarter with a 50% discount for $600.

The Duovox Mate Pro night vision camera allows you to capture full color images even in pitch darkness.  First Buyers Get 50% Discount

The Douvox Mate Pro is a compact camera designed to replace traditional infrared night vision goggles that display images in black and white. It is designed for lovers of night photography and allows you to take high-quality pictures and videos in very low light conditions.

The Douvox Mate Pro night vision camera measures 11.4 cm x 7.6 cm x 5.4 cm. The camera received a fixed lens, and there is no cover included. The camera weighs approximately 216g. It comes with a mini tripod that can be used to create higher quality footage.

There are six buttons on the top of the Duovox Mate Pro, including power and shutter. Settings can be controlled using the 3-inch touch screen on the back of the camera. On the right side of the camera, there is a USB-C port and a microSD card slot that can accept a card up to 512GB.

The Duovox Mate Pro night vision camera allows you to capture full color images even in pitch darkness.  First Buyers Get 50% Discount

The Duovox Mate Pro night vision camera allows you to capture full color images even in pitch darkness.  First Buyers Get 50% Discount

The Duovox Mate Pro is equipped with a 3000 mAh non-removable battery that provides several hours of video recording. The camera is equipped with a Sony Starvis 2 image sensor that helps capture full color images and videos in very low light.

It was funded on Kickstarter in a matter of hours, and there are still 42 days left before the end of the fundraising campaign.

The Duovox Mate Pro night vision camera allows you to capture full color images even in pitch darkness.  First Buyers Get 50% Discount

Deliveries are expected to begin in October.

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240 Hz, 65 inches, 4K and HDMI 2.1 for $445. TCL Thunderbird Peng 6 PRO TVs are presented in China

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240 Hz 65 inches 4K and HDMI 21 for 445

TCL, under its own Thunderbird sub-brand, has introduced the Peng 6 PRO TV line in China. The devices have interesting characteristics at a low price: for example, the younger 55-inch model is priced at $355. The 65-inch is $445, the 75-inch is $670.

240 Hz, 65 inches, 4K and HDMI 2.1 for $445.  TCL Thunderbird Peng 6 PRO TVs are presented in China

TVs are equipped with 4K panels covering 93% of the DCI-P3 color space and a frame rate of 120 Hz (240 Hz with overclocking). The audio subsystem is represented by four loudspeakers: two broadband and two high-frequency ones. The hardware platform is based on the SoC MediaTek MTK 9652 with a CPU represented by four Arm Cortex-A73 cores. The amount of RAM was 3 GB, flash memory – 64 GB. There are also Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.2 adapters. Of course, not without HDMI 2.1 ports. New items are available for pre-order, real sales will start on August 14.

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LG Unveils Huge 97-inch OLED Screen That Delivers 5.1 Sound Without Speakers

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LG Unveils Huge 97 inch OLED Screen That Delivers 51 Sound

LG today unveiled a huge 97-inch OLED panel and called it its largest OLED screen ever – even though LG already has an OLED TV with that size. What is the peculiarity of the novelty? In the application of Cinematic Sound OLED (CSO) technology. Here the screen acts as a membrane: vibrating over all surfaces (and it is considerable here), sound is created. The creators assure that the sound corresponds to the 5.1 format – and no usual speakers are needed.

LG Unveils Huge 97-inch OLED Screen That Delivers 5.1 Sound Without Speakers

In fact, CSO technology is not new – it was used in the LG G8 smartphone. True, that model failed just in sound tests – DxOMark experts noted the absence of low frequencies and numerous artifacts. But, probably, in a few years, LG was able to refine the technology, and now the sound output is much better in quality. In addition, the screen sizes of a smartphone and TV are incomparable.

The new panel uses OLED EX technology, as in the latest flagship LG TVs, so the picture on the screen should be bright and saturated. A commercial TV based on the new 97-inch panel is expected this year, with an estimated price of $25,000.

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Scientists have found that for the pills to work faster, you need to lean to the left

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Scientists have found that for the pills to work faster

American physicists have found that the rate of dissolution of drugs in the human digestive system can increase or decrease by 83%, depending on what position he takes after swallowing the pills. Scientific work published in the journal Physics of Fluids.

Scientists have found that for the pills to work faster, you need to lean to the left

We have developed the world’s first computer system that accurately calculates how tablets dissolve in the digestive system.”, — said professor at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Rajat Mittal.

Medicines in the form of tablets and pills have many advantages over injectables and other forms of their introduction into the body. As a rule, they are stored much longer, their use does not require qualified medical care, and they do not cause discomfort in patients.

For this reason, all the largest pharmaceutical corporations spend huge resources and funds on the search for alternatives and the development of tablet analogues of existing injectable drugs. Their creation was complicated by the fact that scientists until now could not accurately predict how the tablet would dissolve in the human digestive system.

Professor Mittal and his colleagues have developed a computer model that can very accurately calculate how various drugs will be released as they move through the esophagus, stomach and intestines. According to scientists, this algorithm takes into account all possible parameters that affect the dissolution of tablets, including the nature of the movement of fluid through different segments of the digestive system.

Subsequent calculations using this model revealed the pattern. It turned out that the rate of dissolution of tablets was influenced not only by the speed of movement of digested food through the stomach and intestines and other internal features in the digestive system, but also by the position the person occupied after taking the medicine.

In particular, the scientists found that tilting the body to the right after taking the medicine accelerated the dissolution of the tablets and sawing in the first stages of their movement through the digestive system. On the other hand, tilting to the left sharply slowed down the release of drug molecules. Tilt the body back 45 degrees accelerated the dissolution of the drug, but it was not as fast as when tilted to the right.

According to the study, turning the body to the left or right side slowed or accelerated the dissolution of tablets and pills by 83%. This is important to take into account when developing drugs that cannot withstand ingestion or must be absorbed by the body as soon as possible, the scientists concluded.

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