Disney Research has come up with an interesting solution called Printed Optics. It’s a threaded display (basically fiber optics) embedded within an object itself–almost like a circulatory system that moves light rather than blood. Its endpoints create a display of absolutely any shape. Whereas Teddy Ruxpin had a cassette player awkwardly shoved into his back, Disney’s tech could make his whole face into a contoured display.
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Louis Pasteur, a French chemist and one of the most influential figures in early medical microbiology, created the first vaccines for rabies and anthrax. He discovered the significance of the relationship between the world’s smallest particles, known as micro-organisms, and effects they had on people, food, and diseases. In 1854 Pasteur became professor of chemistry […]