Sunn - lamp, which simulates the sun in your home

Sunn – lamp, which simulates the sun in your home

Sunn - lamp, which simulates the sun in your home
New lamp Sunn got Sunny name is not simply. The main task of the new – to simulate the real sun. The lamp has a round shape, because outwardly quite similar to a heavenly body.
Depending on the time of day Sunn changes the brightness of the light, simulating dawn, noon, and at night it gives light, as from the moon. It is noted that the lamp should have a positive impact on the overall state of the human body. Sunn can simulate the light that is in different localities and at different times of the year.
For example, in the evening, the lamp gives a soft light with low brightness or can simulate lighting from the flames. Of course, the owner Sunn can affect weather and put the coverage that he needs at the moment. Manage new product via smartphone using Bluetooth.
Sunn designed in two sizes – 19 (30 watt) and 24 inches (50 watts). Color temperature of both variants ranges from 2700K – 6500K. Sale Sunn scheduled for April. 19-inch version will cost about $ 300, and a 24-inch – about $ 400.
Sunn - lamp, which simulates the sun in your home

New technologies in medicine - elastic oximeter

New technologies in medicine – elastic oximeter

New technologies in medicine - elastic oximeter
For measuring heart rate and oxygen level in the blood, scientists at the University of California has developed flexible oximeter. Everyone knows that the current instruments for measurements tend to be cumbersome, it is not very convenient to use, which cannot be said about the new development. Externally the new oximeter resembles a band-aid. It is thin and elastic. In order to identify appropriate indicators, the oximeter is equipped with red and green OLED elements. Traditional devices use only red and green light.
As seen, the advantage of the new oximeter is not only a convenience. This kind of organic electronics significantly reduces the cost of production of traditional instruments. Undoubtedly, elastic “oximeter-patch” have already been tested and have shown results with the same accuracy, which provide devices obsolete pattern.