See Concept Thu, 17 Nov 2022 19:50:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 See Concept 32 32 Verizon’s new test drive lets you sample its network for free for 30 days Thu, 17 Nov 2022 17:05:00 +0000

Verizon is following T-Mobile’s lead and adopting eSIM as a way to let potential customers try out its network before switching. On Thursday, the nation’s largest mobile carrier announced a new “Verizon Test Drive” program that lets people with an unlocked eSIM-enabled phone connect to Verizon’s network for 30 days.

The program, which is now available in beta, will give you unlimited calls, texts and 100GB of 4G LTE/5G data, including access to Verizon’s faster 5G Ultra Wideband network if you have a compatible 5G phone. . Like the competing programs of T-Mobile, AT&T Cricket and even Verizon-specific Visiblethe program is free and there is no credit check, no need to give a credit card number or pledge required to participate.

Lasting one month, Verizon’s Drive test is longer than Visible’s and Cricket’s respective two-week trials, but shorter than T-Mobile’s Network Pass which lasts three months. As with other trials, you can only take the Test Drive trial once a year, with that clock starting on the first day you use the trial.

As with those programs, the Test Drive will add Verizon’s service alongside your existing provider so you can compare the two in real time. It doesn’t replace your existing phone number, which you can keep as a voice line while using Verizon’s network for data to see how it works.

The Verizon trial works with a variety of recent Apple, Samsung, and Google devices. Apple devices date back to the iPhone XR and XS lines and Google devices date back to the Pixel 4 line, although according to Verizon Support Page Samsung devices are limited to more modern models like the S21 and S22 lines, the Note 20 line, the Z Flip 3 and Flip 4, and the Z Fold 3 and Fold 4.

As with other carrier trial programs, your phone will need to be unlocked to try this. Verizon automatically unlocks phones, even those purchased on an installment basis, after 60 days. T-Mobile automatically unlocks once all device payments are complete. AT&T will allow you to unlock your phone after you complete all installment payments, even if you need to submit an unlock request to the carrier for them to release the phone.

To join the Test Drive, you need to download My Verizon via a QR code which can also be found on this support page. Downloading the app directly from the App Store or Play Store, without scanning the QR code, will not get you the correct app and will not allow you to test Verizon’s network.

Cheshire optometrist wants people to see the difference Thu, 17 Nov 2022 07:03:57 +0000

What gives humans the ability to see colors and shapes, read a newspaper, or watch a movie?

For centuries, psychologists, philosophers and biologists have struggled to understand how and why we are able to process and understand visual data. No matter how well we see in our youth, our eyes also change throughout our lives, says optometrist Dr Hongping Xu, and we’ll all need some kind of corrective lenses eventually, if we want to continue seeing. these colors and shapes. .

Xu has opened a new optometry practice in Cheshire, located at 28 South Main St., where he uses his scientific training to better understand and solve a patient’s vision problems. Xu opened the new office just a few months ago, in what was previously his own primary care physician’s space.

The optometrist is excited about the possibility of bringing the same standard of care to patients in the field of vision.

To celebrate the opening of Clarivision’s new office, Xu hosted an open house on Nov. 9, where he offered free eyeglass adjustments to seniors to introduce his practice to the community he hopes to serve.

Married with two children, Xu has lived in Cheshire for 13 years. He was born in the city of Taiyuan in Shanxi, a province in northern China, and graduated from Shanxi Medical University, where his first major was pediatrics.

Xu then obtained his doctorate. in Physiology of Vision from the prestigious Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, but at the age of 32 he left his home country and came to the United States to pursue his studies.

To that end, Xu worked for 12 years as a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Neurobiology at Yale University School of Medicine. During this time, he helped advance the understanding of where vision in the brain develops. Working with neurobiologist and current Yale Vice Provost for Research, Dr. Michael Crair, among other prominent figures in the field, Xu has published approximately 20 research papers, which have been cited 800 times and that is not finished.

“Most of my work was about neuroplasticity,” he says, explaining that as development of the visual system occurs, it is highly dependent on both pre-existing systems and activity. “It goes from inaccurate to much more precise,” as the cortex becomes more “refined.”

The key to understanding vision, Xu says, begins before birth with the developing brain, pointing to deep-seated structures that prepare us to see.

As Crair explained to YaleNews last year, “Upon opening their eyes, mammals are capable of quite sophisticated behavior, but how are the circuits formed that allow us to perceive movement and navigate the world? It turns out that we were born capable of many of these behaviors, at least in a rudimentary form.

While articles written by Xu, such as “Spatial Pattern of Spontaneous Retinal Waves Instructs Retinotopic Map Refinement More Than Activity Frequency” and “A General Principle Governs Vision-Dependent Dendritic Patterning of Retinal Ganglion Cells” may not be light reading for the average person, these are essential research papers to help scientists understand how vision develops and eventually begins to function.

Another aspect of Xu’s research involves understanding myopia, the weakening of the eyes that occurs later in life in most people. “What we’re doing is trying to slow down the progression of myopia,” he says, through the use of properly calibrated lenses.

“We can understand vision at the molecular level, but that’s not really the level needed to analyze myopia,” Xu says. “For someone who is blind, they could take a chance on having something like (Elon Musk’s) Neuralink (a fiber optic technology that tries to interface the brain with screen translation). For someone who is just myopic, we can fit them with a properly balanced corrective lens.

After all those years in the lab designing and conducting experiments, Xu felt a strong desire to return to his previous training as a doctor, examining and diagnosing patients. “I thought it was more important to help people directly. With research, it can definitely help people’s health, but it’s not always clear how.

In 2017, Dr. Xu graduated with honors from the New England College of Optometry, and he has worked in the field ever since – from Torrington to Waterbury before moving to his hometown. At the new office, he hopes people will come to him for all their visual needs. “We do everything but surgery here,” Xu says, including eye exams, lens fittings, designer eyeglass frames and contact lens packaging.

“Once you get used to seeing clearly, you don’t want to see blurry anymore,” he laughs.

New HTC Vive headset leaked: fast, thin and modular Wed, 16 Nov 2022 18:54:23 +0000
New HTC Vive headset leaked: fast, thin and modular

Image: Sadlyits Bradley/Marcus Kane


Lynch made significant corrections to his HTC leak via Twitter after new sources approached him:

  • The device is aimed at prosumers rather than consumers and is expected to cost over $1,000.
  • It includes a depth sensor above the 16MP RGB camera.
  • It uses an actively cooled Snapdragon XR2 Gen 1 with 8GB of RAM instead of a next-gen chip.
  • A face and eye tracking module is planned and will follow later.

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HTC has been hinting at a new VR headset for weeks. Youtuber Brad Lynch claims to have leaked the design and technology.

Lynch reached out to industry sources, particularly those in the supply chain, and got hold of photos of the VR headset. To protect the sources of the leak, Lynch had 3D designer Marcus Kane create renders of the device based on these photos. Lynch previously worked with Kane on his Quest Pro leaks.

Since the photos leaked to Lynch don’t show the helmet from all sides, Kane had to take design liberties in some areas.

A mix of Vive Flow and Vive Focus 3

HTC’s new headset doesn’t have a name yet. Lynch calls it the HTC Vive “Flowcus” because the device combines the design and slim form factor of the HTC Vive Flow with the technical performance of the HTC Vive Focus 3 (test).

The case is visually reminiscent of the Vive Flow and has pancake lentils like the latter, the helmet itself is rather thin.

Technically, however, the device is much more powerful: it works completely independently like the Vive Focus 3.

Vive Flow still needed a smartphone like Pocket PC. Additionally, the integrated SoC is “significantly faster” than the Snapdragon XR2 Gen 1, which runs in Meta Quest 2 and Vive Focus 3, among others, according to Lynch’s sources.

HTC Vive Leak Render

The device has a rather slim front thanks to pancake lenses. | Image: Sadlyits Bradley/Marcus Kane

Lynch sources could not confirm exactly which chip it is. The most likely candidate is the Snapdragon XR2 Gen 2, which is expected to be unveiled tonight. It could offer up to three times more graphics performance than the last generation chip.

HTC Vive “Flowcus” is a full 6 degrees of freedom headset, Lynch said. Vive Focus 3 controllers are used as input devices. Vive Flow was also 6-DoF, but only offered a 3-DoF smartphone controller.

New Vive headset offers color shifting and diopter adjustment

Similar to the Pico 4, HTC’s new headset has four tracking cameras and a built-in RGB sensor. The HTC Vive “Flowcus” is supposed to offer color passthrough. The VR headset has two built-in LCD screens with a resolution of 1920 by 1920 pixels which operate at a maximum refresh rate of 120 hertz.

HTC Vive Leak Rendering

Use the dials to set your own diopter value. | Image: Sadlyits Bradley/Marcus Kane

The HTC Vive “Flowcus” adopts perhaps the best feature of the HTC Vive Flow: a visual acuity adjustment directly on the lenses that allows you to set your diopter number, eliminating the need to wear headphones or lenses. of contact.

Unlike the HTC Vive Flow, the lens distance can also be adjusted via a physical slider. For total virtual reality immersion, you can attach a light shield to the case.

New HTC headset supports PC and USB-C connection

One of the coolest features of the HTC Vive “Flowcus” is its modular design: the rear part of the head mount, which also houses the battery, can be removed.

This allows the device to be used as particularly light glasses for on the go, which can be connected to an external drive (such as a smartphone or PC) via a USB-C cable (see cover photo). In this “glasses mode”, the temples can be folded down like real glasses. Sound comes from built-in stereo speakers.

HTC Vive Leak Rendering

Optional light blockers are available for full virtual reality immersion. | Image: Sadlyits Bradley/Marcus Kane

Lynch further reports that the HTC Vive “Flowcus” has a USB-C port. This could be for eye and face tracking modules, similar to the Vive Focus 3, which would allow the headset to be upgraded with hardware features in the future.

According to Lynch’s sources, the device will launch in early 2023 and will have a consumer price tag.

Since HTC isn’t known for subsidizing hardware, the headset probably won’t be cheap anyway. According to Lynch insiders, the price will be below $1,000. HTC could unveil the device in January at CES 2023.

]]> Fujifilm focuses in Miami on Latin America Wed, 16 Nov 2022 04:40:13 +0000

Written by Richard Battin on November 15, 2022


Fujifilm focuses in Miami on Latin America

Miami has become the focal point of Fujifilm’s expansion into Latin America, as the company deftly shifts its core business from motion picture products to healthcare and optics.
This isn’t the first, or even second, time that Fujifilm has changed its trade show. It was originally developed to produce nitrocellulose film for cameras and cameras. Nitrate based film is extremely flammable.

Remember the theater fire scene in Quentin Tarantino’s 2009 movie?Inglourious Basterds”? This is how nitrate-based films burn. Film history buffs who want more can Google “Screen, burn, kill: the forgotten history of nitrate film.”

Fuji Photo Film, later Fujifilm, began in 1934 as the first subsidiary of a Japanese company which began in 1919 with the merger of eight celluloid manufacturers.
Within four years of Fuji Photo’s founding, nitrate film was being phased out. The company quickly refocused its production on “safety” film, a fortunate and accidental discovery of non-flammable cellulose acetate film.

Medical technology and optics may have become Fujifilm’s new focus, but the company has a history in both areas. After World War II, Fujifilm expanded its product base, diversifying into X-ray film and diagnostic equipment, printing, electronic imaging, optical eyewear and lenses.

Fujifilm, part of the financial conglomerate Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, accelerated the number of its overseas sales bases in the mid-1950s. In the 1980s, it expanded production and other overseas bases. foreign.

When the company turned to Latin America, Miami became the obvious choice for its headquarters, says Rinen Ookame, general manager of the new 8,282-square-foot facility at 6161 Blue Lagoon Dr. Suite 100, just over south of Miami International Airport.

Potential customers can drive to the airport, visit Fujifilm Medical Systems, just south of the Dolphin Highway, and stay at one of the many nearby hotels.

“Miami is considered a gateway for Latin American countries,” Ookame said. “It’s very convenient for international and direct flights. He added that Miami is “one of the most visited cities by Latin American visitors and investors.

“With its Spanish-speaking environment, increased security and economic stability,” Mr. Ookame said, “Miami is an extension of their homes.”

The Miami facility will produce “MRI, CT and X-ray machines, portable X-ray machines, as well as “ultrasound machines, blood analyzers, mammographs and endoscopic equipment,” the company said. Manager Aline Fernandez.

Currently, the Miami division has 16 employees and is hiring more. The staff includes “local hires, expats from Japan and assignees from other Fujifilm subsidiaries,” Mr. Ookame said, as well as “headhunting talent from Latin America.”

Fujifilm Holdings Corp is a public company headquartered in Japan with approximately 73,275 employees, according to a company report. “In the United States, the company has notable market share in at least two industries: recordable media manufacturing and chemical manufacturing,” the report said.

Its net profit for 2021 was $1.7 billion, an increase of more than 48% from 2020, according to financial website

The company invented Computed Radiography (CR), which solved a number of problems with traditional X-rays, resulting in less radiation exposure for technicians and patients.

In March 2021, Fujifilm acquired Hitachi Diagnostic Imaging for $1.3 billion. “By combining the product lines of both organizations,” says a company report, “Fujifilm aims to offer a comprehensive solution that meets a wide range of clinical needs.”

Myopia can lead to eye problems and loss of vision, says expert Tue, 15 Nov 2022 18:34:00 +0000

The LV Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) on Tuesday launched various awareness-raising activities to fight against myopia, as part of Children’s Eye Care Week.

Increased digital exposure of children during the COVID-19 pandemic, the indoor-centric lifestyle has deprived children of sunlight and outdoor activities, leading to myopia. Shorter sleep duration and poor nutrition are also associated with myopia. Children with a family history of myopia have a higher risk of developing myopia.

“Undiagnosed and untreated nearsightedness (myopia) can delay milestones in children and negatively impact their academic performance, participation in extracurricular activities, and social behavior. Children with myopia are at a higher risk of develop retinal detachment, glaucoma, cataracts and other eye diseases,” Dr. Virender Sachdeva, director of Dr. Nimmagadda Prasad Children’s Eye Care Center, LVPEI, said in a statement.

“Myopia is a serious public health problem and, if no anti-myopia prevention and control measures are initiated, it is expected to affect approximately half of the world’s population (5 billion) by 2050. The increase in myopia is rapid in children, who develop myopia at a young age,” he adds.

Lifestyle modifications, bifocal or progressive spectacle lenses, special contact lenses and medication (eye drops) are some of the treatment measures to prevent the onset of myopia and reduce its progression. Doctors recommend spending less time in front of a screen and more time in a green environment.

Some of the other precautions to take include: an annual eye exam and participating in outdoor activities during the day. Parents and teachers should be aware so that they can detect early signs of myopia and have children examined by a qualified ophthalmologist.

A march to promote “eye care awareness” is said to take place on Beach Road on November 20.

St. Patrick’s Center opens new independent living shelter for the homeless Tue, 15 Nov 2022 04:32:00 +0000

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) – For days the St. Louis area has been experiencing freezing temperatures and many are left on the streets without shelter. For years, St. Patrick’s Center has fought for money to open a more permanent home for people who are homeless.

Now they have understood this and are opening apartments for the homeless to return to everyday life.

“I was really depressed and didn’t even think I was going to survive the year,” said Mary Holsinger.

In 2019, Holsinger unexpectedly became homeless.

“Living on the streets and not knowing who to turn to or trust anyone is tough,” Holsinger said.

After a few months, Holsinger was directed to St. Patrick’s Center where she was eventually granted transitional housing.

“It gave me hope in humanity,” Holsinger explained.

Holsinger was lucky. Many can live on the streets for years with no hope of change. However, with the help of public and private funding, the St. Patrick Center purchased and now operates its first independent living facility, McFarlane Place.

“We can actually allow someone to stay there long enough to achieve their goals,” Jonathan Belcher said.

Belcher is the Senior Director of Long-Term Programs and Transformation at St. Patrick Center. He said the North City apartment complex, which is currently being renovated, will house many veterans and people benefiting from the hospitals’ healthy housing program. They said there was no credit or identity check needed to find shelter.

“We don’t necessarily have to say ‘this person has an ID card or a social security card.’ We know who they are as a person because we provide services to them, we can actually move them around without getting those things and then provide them,” Belcher explained.

Not only does McFarlane Place provide a more permanent location and address for homeless people, it also provides an increased level of safety and security. Something Holsinger said is rare while living on the streets.

“It’s difficult when you’re a woman and you’re on the streets or in a shelter because being a woman you’re more vulnerable. You know when you leave, when you come back, your bed will be there,” Holsinger said.

A comfort that many take for granted, but that should not be forgotten.

St. Patrick’s Center is hosting a grand opening for McFarlane Place Wednesday at 10 a.m.

Chinese brands outnumber foreign brands among Singles’ Day bestsellers Sat, 12 Nov 2022 05:27:00 +0000

BEIJING, Nov 12 (Reuters) – Chinese consumers tightened their wallets on this year’s Singles Day and continued to seek relatively budget house brands rather than more expensive labels as tight COVID-19 restrictions and economic uncertainty weighed on the shopping extravagance.

From the evening of Oct. 31 to Thursday, more than 2,000 items generated sales exceeding 10 million yuan ($1.4 million) each in the Tmall marketplace, more than half of which are Chinese brands, data shows. of the platform belonging to the e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba. Group Holding Ltd (9988.HK).

Alibaba said Singles Day sales were in line with last year, when gross merchandise value rose 8.5%, the lowest since the company launched the trade event in 2009. the first time Alibaba did not announce sales data this year.

The shopping fest, which has grown from a one-day online event into a long party, is seen as a barometer of consumer sentiment in the world’s second-largest economy.

This year’s bestsellers included Chinese appliance makers such as Haier, Midea and sportswear brand Anta, as well as international names such as Apple, L’Oreal and Nike.

Appliances overtook other categories, while apparel remained the biggest drag, according to data from research firm YipitData on the run-up to the event when shoppers can put down deposits on items.


Despite the rise of new domestic brands in recent years, foreign brands still enjoy huge reputational advantages in industries where product quality or safety are paramount considerations, said Jacob Cooke, CEO from e-commerce consultancy WPIC Marketing + Technologies.

Alibaba’s rival said within 28 hours from 8 p.m. on Oct. 31, Chinese brands accounted for 80% of the sales of the top 20 brands.

Cooke said this does not reflect national dominance of the overall market, as is particularly strong in high-value consumer electronics like computers and smartphones, where Chinese manufacturers have long dominated the market. local.

Repeated COVID lockdowns in cities across China have pushed consumers to spend on improving the quality of life at home.

Chinese consumers are increasingly willing to pay for devices with specific functions, said. Sales of TVs with gaming features jumped more than 180% in the 28-hour Singles’ Day period reported by a year earlier, while high-end floor washers jumped by 400%.

Sales of TCL televisions, Dyson hair dryers and Midea refrigerators doubled, said.

People wanted to be entertained, too: RTX gaming PC sales increased 75%, Microsoft Xbox more than tripled, and XR glasses soared 530% on

Camping-related sales were strong as the outdoor trend continued, with portable power station sales increasing 10-fold on

($1 = 7.1066 Chinese yuan renminbi)

Reporting by Sophie Yu, Brenda Goh; Editing by William Mallard

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NOW Broadband DROPS 63Mb Super Fiber at £20 per month Thu, 10 Nov 2022 15:35:24 +0000

Dan Howdle | November 10, 2022

63Mb Super Fiber now just £20 per month!

There are a bunch of reasons why you might consider NOW Broadband, from its absolute value, Sky quality customer service or lack of credit checks. Right now, there’s an even more tempting reason to switch to NOW. For a limited time, its 63Mbps Super Fiber plan has been discounted to match its 40Mbps Fab Fiber offer – just £20 a month!

Incredibly cheap for such fast broadband

When you look at this NOW Broadband offer from the perspective of other offers right now, it’s incredibly impressive. To get an idea of ​​the price of this offer, we can say with absolute certainty that at the time of writing it is the cheapest offer in the UK in this speed category.

Of course, being the cheapest, you won’t get any rewards for new customers such as vouchers, cash back or freebies. Such is the nature of the beast. If you want these things, you will pay more. But if your only goal is to pay the lowest price for your broadband each month, this offer is the one for you. It should be noted that there is an initial £5 charge for postage of your new router.

The deal comes on a 12 month contract, so you won’t be tied down for as long as you are with some providers. And despite its low price, the NOW Broadband NOW Hub 2 Router offers next-generation Wi-Fi, intelligent channel selection, dual band, and five antennas. And if you’re not at all sure what all that geekspeak means, basically it’s a decent router!

NOW Broadband does not perform credit checks

This is quite an unusual feature. Broadband packages are essentially a credit agreement. You get a free router and broadband access, and in return you pay a total amount equal to the contract term multiplied by the monthly fee.

For this reason, most broadband providers will perform a credit check when you sign up, which means that if your credit rating is poor for any reason, you may be turned down as a new customer. This is not the case with NOW Broadband. Anyone who wishes to register can do so, regardless of their credit history.

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You can add NOW TV Entertainment to your package

NOW TV Entertainment provides most Sky TV shows, available to watch at your convenience via the NOW TV app, which you can download to your streaming stick/box, mobile device or Smart TV operating system. You will need to check if there is a version of the app available for the device you have chosen.

However, unfortunately, there is no discount for bolting it onto your NOW Broadband deal. It’s £9.99 a month whether you’re a NOW Broadband customer or not. That’s to be expected when broadband is already this cheap, but it could be seen as a convenience in the sense that everything will go on one bill.

Installation takes about two weeks

Provided you have a landline in your home, NOW Broadband takes about two weeks to get up and running from the time you sign up. Most broadband providers are on the same network – Openreach – with Virgin Media being the exception. So if you’re on Virgin Media and switching to NOW Broadband, it may take a little longer depending on your situation.

Once you have the router in your hands, all you have to do is plug it in and follow the instructions in the box. In most cases, there should be no break in service between your old and new provider.

NOW Broadband ranks high among customers asked 6,000 broadband customers what they thought of their providers as part of our Broadband Customer Survey. NOW Broadband placed third overall, with particularly high marks for installation/switchability and value for money.

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Global Eye Lenses Market Size, Share, Growth and Trends, Analysis Thu, 10 Nov 2022 12:05:00 +0000

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Queen’s and King George’s staff keep elderly patients entertained and active. – The daily newspaper Havering Thu, 10 Nov 2022 07:11:32 +0000

Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) Chair Jacqui Smith joined the charity team at King George and Queen’s Hospitals on Monday November 7 to showcase the benefits of Reminiscence Interactive Therapy Activity (RITA) devices and new patient activity carts in their aged care wards.
The team purchased two of these carts, which contain items such as hand cream, reading glasses, activity books, distraction toys and other essential toiletries, to benefit our elderly patients. RITA is a touchscreen system preloaded with engaging entertainment such as movies, music, games, chair exercises and more that helps keep our patients active and entertained.

Jacqui visited the Mandarin A ward at Queen’s Hospital and saw the RITA screens and trolleys in action. She also spoke to patients and staff to find out how much of a difference they make for patients.

Deanna Angus, Associate Nurse in our Dementia and Delirium team, said, “RITA is a fantastic resource for our elderly patients, especially patients with dementia who can become agitated at times. Screens bring them comfort and pleasure if they start to feel lonely.

Not only are patients entertained during their hospital stay, but RITA also builds their confidence in using technology when they return home, further combating loneliness and isolation.

Deanna added: “Screens help staff interact with patients, helping to start conversations, which then builds patient confidence.

Jacqui said: “The RITA displays and activity carts are brilliant and include a great combination of entertainment, helping us deliver excellent patient care. It’s great that our charity is focused on helping to alleviate the loneliness and boredom of the elderly patients in our care.

During the visit, Jacqui cut a red ribbon, marking the official release of the first activity cart. With two trolleys now benefiting patients in our aged care wards, our charity plans to provide more.