A ‘threshold’ for the colour we will accept in beef has been found by NSW scientists, and may help prevent food wastage. “We like beef that has a bright red colour. But how would you describe this colour to someone over the phone—would you say the same colour as a fire-truck or a sort of […]
Drones have been given ‘eyes’ and a new algorithm to help them fly intelligently, reaching their target position when GPS is not available. Dr Jiefei Wang, a researcher from UNSW Canberra Trusted Autonomy Group, used an Xbox Kinect sensor as an input camera to help drones ‘see’ their environment. Jiefei developed algorithms to process the […]
New blood pressure categories are helping to inform the development of more accurate measurement devices, following a discovery by Tasmanian researchers. Blood pressure subtleties are being missed by the current cuff measure, according to a recent study led by Dean Picone of the Menzies Institute for Medical Research at the University of Tasmania.
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