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What is contrast modulation? The secret TV specification explains

If you’ve been looking for a new television at any point in the past decade, you’ve probably come across the industry’s most popular technical terms, such as brightness, contrast ratio, black levels, and even high dynamic range (or HDR, as it is most) in general known). But there is one term that we have bet on so far: contrast modulation. …

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Testing a prototype of a lunar habitat in the Arctic

In a few months, two Danish architects will travel to the Arctic and lock themselves in a 600-cubic-foot isolation capsule (about the size of a two-car garage) for three months. LUNARK Why? Believe it or not, they don’t do this to escape the coronavirus. You do it for science. The two men personally test their design of a new habitat …

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Astronomers have just discovered the Closet Black Hole on Earth

Astronomers have discovered the closest black hole to Earth that has ever been found and is only 1,000 light-years away. It is part of an unusual triple system called HR 6819, which consists of two stars and a black hole, all orbiting the same point. This is the result of studies published in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics. Black holes …

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Activision teases new games, Call of Duty 2020 details

After detailing his previous successes in 2020, Activision Blizzard announced details of further developments this year and next call of Duty Game, during its first quarter earnings report on Tuesday. Despite the relocation of the coronavirus pandemic, Activision Blizzard is on track to deliver “compelling content” this year, including Call of Duty 2020 and the World of Warcraft Shadowlands Extension. …

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Bored with Spotify? Sign up for a free three-month Apple Music trial

Would you like a seemingly endless source of free music to make your stay in the house more enjoyable? Apple Music is currently offering a three-month subscription for absolutely nothing. It’s the perfect opportunity to enjoy over 60 million songs through the music streaming service without paying a dime. There is also no obligation to continue using the service at …

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How to tame a horse in Minecraft

If you are traveling alone, explore the world and far away from the small home where you created yourself MinecraftThere is no better comfort than a trustworthy steed by your side. Nothing tells experienced adventurers as much as an experienced horse companion. While you can jump on any horse you find in the game, you have to tame a wild …

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Xbox to detail first-party games in July, halo not delayed

Later this week, Microsoft will release a series of monthly streams called Xbox 20/20 that will take a look at the future of its gaming projects later in the year. The Xbox 20/20 presentation in July gives a first glimpse into the appearance of many first-party Xbox Series X games. Microsoft promises new game releases, gameplay material, and its development …

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Facebook removes misinformation networks linked to QAnon

Facebook removed hundreds of accounts and pages involved in manipulating public debate in April, many of them from Russia and Iran, the company said on Tuesday, May 5. Domestic accounts in the United States associated with QAnon conspiracy theorists have also been removed, according to the latest Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior Report, as part of Facebook’s latest salvo against misinformation. According …

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NASA is working with Tom Cruise to make a film in space

According to a tweet from NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine, it looks like Tom Cruise will soon be flying into space. Bridenstine said the space agency would work with Cruise “on a film aboard the space station.” The announcement follows a report by Deadline that Cruise would work with SpaceX and NASA from Elon Musk to make an action-adventure movie in …

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Gene therapy helps heal color blindness in patients

Color blindness is usually an inherited disorder. There were some high-tech methods, such as B. special glasses to help people deal with it, but so far there has not been much that stood in the way of a permanent solution to the problem. Maybe until now. A first study in patients suggests that a new gene therapy treatment to overcome …

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