A vast interconnected network of ancient cities was home to millions more people. This ancient civilization Was Twice big as medieval England. Laser technology known as LiDAR digitally removes the forest canopy to reveal ancient ruins, showing that Maya cities such as Tikal were much larger.
How a TV Works in Slow Motion and How the Colors are Displayed in Pixels. If you are reading this, you've seen a screen with your eyes. But have you REALLY seen it though? This is How a TV works in Slow Motion. Filmed with the Phantom Flex and Phantom V2511 between 1600fps and 380,000fps.
Speech recognition expert Rita Singh can give police a detailed profile of wrongdoers – with a little help from AI. Federal criminal cases from hoax calls, harassment to child abuse have been helped by this relatively recent voice-based profiling technology to identify criminals including their environments.
Video editing with community spirit. One of the advantages of open source software is that users are free to develop versions for different platforms. All of the open source video editors in this roundup are available for Windows, macOS and Linux.
Robots in business have been around for a few decades now. As technology has improved in the recent years, robots are increasingly being used in many industries, including agriculture, healthcare, manufacturing and what not.
Blockchain Technology is used in everything from cryptocurrency, commerce, data management to regulatory compliance. Yes, it is all those things, but it is a lot more. Blockchain technologies record trades, transactions or simply items we never want to disappear, allowing everyone in an ecosystem to keep a copy.
A smattering of gadgets show off at the tech show promise better battery life than we're used to. Seeing the world's largest consumer electronics trade show briefly hobbled by a blackout perhaps makes gadgets with especially long battery life seem all the more appealing.
$7.2 million of ether is up for grabs for miners every day. To make money, miners must buy GPUs (graphics processing units) from AMD or Nvidia, then pay the costs of electricity and labor to run them and maintain giant warehouses. In return, miners get a supply of ether if they possess sufficient processing power.