Monday, 18 December 2017 00:00

One Hanging Lamp Fits All Color Schemes

Neutral home decor is all well and good, particularly when bearing in mind that a prospective buyer might not be as into bold colors, accent walls, neon throw pillows, and antique finishes as is the current homeowner.

But there's something to be said for splashes of color to enliven an otherwise humdrum space. And if those colors could change along with the ambient light, the choice to implement them might prove as wise as selecting all that beige and brushed nickel to keep the atmosphere subdued.

Digital Habits, an Italian design company, has come up with a hanging light that gauges the ambient light in order to emit pleasing complementary rays in real time.

In fact, the Color Swing, as the device is known, can change colors as it swings from one place to another, picking up on objects in each area and instantly matching colors to them.

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Wednesday, 12 April 2017 00:00

Have a Swig of Virtual Lemonade

Depending on how it's eventually developed, this could be the gift that keeps on delivering the taste that refreshes -- and allows people to consume food and drink that they otherwise might not for health reasons.

Researchers from the National University of Singapore have come up with a way to reproduce certain flavors which can, having been delivered to your taste buds via electrodes, fool your taste buds into believing you're having a drink of lemonade instead of plain old water.

Think of it as teleported guilty pleasures.

New Atlas reports that the method of sending flavors works like this: By placing a pH sensor into a container of lemonade, researchers can take readings on the beverage's acidity, or sourness, while an RGB sensor scans the substance's color.

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