Samsung produces a new interactive Hologram display, WIMI MR Head Mounted Display accelerates the deployment of 5G communication services

Hong Kong – Tailor Insight, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report “Samsung produces a new interactive Hologram display, WIMI MR Head Mounted Display accelerates the deployment of 5G communication services”. Samsung has made a breakthrough in Hologram Display. Samsung’s scientists have invented an interactive, thin-panel Hologram display that can increase the viewing angle of 3D video by 30 times. Scientists have proposed an ultra-thin interactive Hologram display screen that can provide high-resolution, highly realistic 3D videos from multiple angles. It can be integrated into mobile devices in the future to support office or home applications.

The reason why this display screen is treated as revolutionary is that the existing Hologram display screen can only produce high-definition 3D images when it was viewed from the front. However, Samsung’s latest Hologram display screen can see high-definition 3D images from 30 viewing angles, which is a huge achievement.

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Samsung produces a new interactive Hologram display, WIMI MR Head Mounted Display accelerates the deployment of 5G communication services – Press Release

HONG KONG, Dec. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tailor Insight, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report “Samsung produces a new interactive Hologram display, WIMI MR Head Mounted Display accelerates the deployment of 5G communication services”. Samsung has made a breakthrough in Hologram Display. Samsung’s scientists have invented an interactive, thin-panel Hologram display that can increase the viewing angle of 3D video by 30 times. Scientists have proposed an ultra-thin interactive Hologram display screen that can provide high-resolution, highly realistic 3D videos from multiple angles. It can be integrated into mobile devices in the future to support office or home applications.

The reason why this display screen is treated as revolutionary is that the existing Hologram display screen can only produce high-definition 3D images when it was viewed from the front. However, Samsung’s latest Hologram display screen can see high-definition 3D images from 30 viewing angles, which

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Tagging produces detailed catalog of transcription factors key to making each cell type — ScienceDaily

A team of biomedical engineers at Duke University has created a new way to turn stem cells into a desired cell type by mastering the language of gene regulatory networks.

Programming stem cells into other cell types is not a new idea. Several methods already exist, but the results have left something to be desired. Often, programmed stem cells do not mature correctly when cultured in the lab, so researchers seeking adult neuron cells for an experiment might end up with embryonic neurons, which won’t be able to model late-onset psychiatric and neurodegenerative conditions.

“The cells might seem right at first glance,” said Josh Black, the Duke Ph.D. student who led the work in Charles Gersbach’s lab, “but they are often missing some of the key properties you want in those cells.”

Using CRISP gene editing, the lab led by Gersbach, The Rooney Family Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and

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Breakthrough in studying the enzyme that ultimately produces fish odor syndrome — ScienceDaily

Fish odour syndrome (trimethylaminuria) is a debilitating disease, in which the liver cannot break down the smelly chemical trimethylamine which is produced by enzymes from bacteria residing in the gut leaving people with a fish like odour. Researchers from the University of Warwick are paving the way to prevent the syndrome after a breakthrough in studying the enzyme in the gut which produces trimethylamine.

Currently there is no cure for fish odour syndrome, a condition which causes an unpleasant fishy smell that can affect breath, sweat, pee and vaginal fluids.

The cause of fish odour syndrome is when an enzyme pathway in the gut called CntA/B, produces TMA, this happens when the enzyme breaks down a TMA precursor called L-Carnitine which is found in dairy, fish and meat. If an individual lacks a functional liver enzyme called FMO3, they cannot degrade TMA into a non-smelly chemical form, TMAO (trimethylamine oxide).

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