Tag: "viewers" at biology news
Study reveals why eyes in some paintings seem to follow viewers
...so). This allowed the researchers to determine how viewers
perceived the 3D shape of the depicted object. The researchers repeated this process for six different conditions, including sessions in which they looked straight at the monitor, and others in which they looked at it from an angle. Each researcher ...
Citizens asked to monitor impact of invasive bird species
...as provided live images of cavity-nesting birds to viewers
around the world. Using a system of Nest Box Cams ...small cameras placed inside nest boxes -- Internet viewers
can follow such species as bluebirds, swallows, barn owls, American Kestrels and chickadees, as they...
Home on the RangeView
...time-dependent applications. To orient themselves, viewers
can look at the location of towns, roads, grazing allotments and other features. Finding out that the program can zoom in on geographic areas that are familiar to them often dispels any qualms users may have about learning a new computer application...
Three personal ads for physics
...nd appears in television programs that familiarize viewers
from around the world with the game of American football. He is one of the "pop physics" experts appearing at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting. Chemical physicist and author Catherine Asaro injects physics...
SPR Annual Meeting features newsworthy discoveries
...Lang Television networks looking to secure future viewers
for their nightly newscasts ought to start paying attention to what college students want. Researchers studying what makes news stories interesting and memorable have found younger adults to be a finicky bunch. It turns out that how long a story is ...
Progeria: Facing old age is hard facing it during childhood is unthinkable
...eria at nearly three years old. This program gives viewers
the opportunity to share in the life of Fleur Tobu...ervising producer. Discovery Health Channel takes viewers
inside the fascinating and informative world of health and medicine to experience firsthand, compell...
Ancient DNA analysis unveils mystery of history's most horribly deformed man -- The Elephant Man
... the analysis of ancient DNA, scientists will take viewers
along on their journey to uncover the truth behind...with both debilitating diseases. The program gives viewers
a sensitive and poignant inside look at these diseases and offers a strand of hope for people today ...
iScope, you scope, we all scope a mouse brain
... may obtain free stereology software, which allows viewers
to examine a region of tissue through a light microscope and to record attributes of the region, usually the number, kind, or size of individual cells in the tissue. In other words, it helps scientists get 3D information out of 2D slides The iScope s...
Microbial forensics: An overview (news briefing and symposium)
...d to reel in criminal confessions. Note, however, viewers
don't see the cases in court. The real world, says microbiologist Abigail Salyers of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is just now coming to grips with the world of microbial evidence. Specifically, she says, standardized methods and ac...
Study finds new way that brain detects motion
... at which the smudges grow, Knill was able to make viewers
feel as if the amorphous mass was rushing toward them, even though no single part of any image in the video moved. Surprisingly, after viewing the test movies, people reported seeing stationary images as shrinking. This is an example of a perceptual ...
How much of the world do we really see?
...e was visible for five seconds, 40 per cent of the viewers
failed to notice him. When the tape was played again, and they were asked simply to watch it, they saw him easily. Not surprisingly, some found it hard to believe it was the same tape. Now imagine that the task absorbing their attention had been...