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DateDate: 29-11-2018, 06:03


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 The idea is that the front part of the belt is embedded flexible led panel. Special application with which it is possible to work using a desktop computer or laptop, according to the principle of pairing via USB cable, before use of this accessory of clothing can change the words, phrases and sentences. Also, the job opportunities will play a marquee of different colors and a different image of the simple smile. Options can be as compact batteries, and just with replaceable batteries.
 In the future, in the process of implementation in the everyday life of flexible touch panels, in the front part of the belt "Innovator" will be mounted in such a flexible touchpad different lengths. What will be depends on its value. In such a configuration they can operate in tandem with the gadget via a special mobile application. Accordingly, the image on the belt will be more saturated and more information. 
As a result we have colorful and information product in clothes which will bring a new fashion trend in young people's lives, and not only...
 In addition to this idea, this idea is also applicable to belts of all kinds of bags permissible width.
The idea is open for investment and complete its foreclosure.


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DateDate: 29-11-2018, 05:57

The new method allows, for example, to distinguish plant species according to the structure of their flower, as well as to study the smallest structures of herbs that are pollinated by the wind, the US Botanical Society said. A detailed description of the development appeared in the journal Applications in Plant Sciences.
The structures of flowers and other plant parts provide a rich and complex source of information that can provide answers to various questions about the evolution and systematics of plants. As computational approaches are becoming increasingly important for biological research, there is a great need to translate this information into acceptable numerical data for analysis. Phillip Klahs and his colleagues at the University of Iowa have developed a method for 3D modeling plant structures. They demonstrated the effectiveness of this method by creating models of flowers of three species of herbaceous plants from the family of Gramineae, which includes cereals, and reeds, and forage grasses.
Because of the small, compact and hidden structure, it is usually difficult to study the flowers of plants that are pollinated by the wind. Three-dimensional digital representations of these structures can help students studying botany to learn how to identify different types of herbs only by the flower structure.
Knowledge of the flowers of grassy plants will not only help in education - it is of great importance for the economy, since proper pollination of flowers leads to the production of grain crops, such as rice, wheat and maize. “Understanding the structure of seeds and the conditions under which pollen grains are pollinated can play a big role in agriculture,” Klais said. In addition, there are many weeds pollinated by the wind, information about which is also needed in agriculture.
The new method involves shooting thin areas of plant material using a light microscope and reconstructing these two-dimensional images into a 3D model using computer-aided design. This development has several advantages compared with existing methods of creating three-dimensional models of plant structures, such as optical photogrammetry and X-ray tomography. Firstly, the new method is cheaper than X-ray tomography. Secondly, in contrast to optical photogrammetry, it allows you to create a model of the internal - and not external - structure of a flower.
Source: eurekalert.org