This app lets Curb customers use their Android device to access their homes energy consumption in real time from any location and receive notifications about abnormal energy use (like when a device is left on) or when the bill reaches a specific amount.
What does it take to see life in 3D...not to mention 3-D stereograms, stereoscopic photographs, or 3D TV or movies, such as Avatar 3D? On this page, you will learn about an exciting part of normal human vision - stereovision (a.k.a., stereoscopic vision or stereopsis). For now, let's just keep things simple and call it stereovision.
Human Beings with Two Eyes that Work Together Have Stereovision
Human beings generally come equipped with two eyes and one head. If you have any doubts about your equipment or your ability to see 3D, check out Why Some People Have Trouble Seeing 3D before continuing.
Unlike horses, humans have two eyes located side-by-side in the front of their heads. Thanks to the close side-by-side positioning, each eye takes a view of the same area from a slightly different angle. The two eye views have plenty in common, but each eye picks up visual information the other doesn't. Have you ever compared the different views of your right and left eye? The Eye Hop Game lets you do just that.
Two Eyes = Three Dimensions (3D)!
Each eye captures its own view and the two separate images are sent on to the brain for processing. When the two images arrive simultaneously in the back of the brain, they are united into one picture. The mind combines the two images by matching up the similarities and adding in the small differences. The small differences between the two images add up to a big difference in the final picture! The combined image is more than the sum of its parts. It is a three-dimensional stereo picture.
The word "stereo" comes from the Greek word "stereos" which means firm or solid. With stereo vision you see an object as solid in three spatial dimensions width, height and depth or x, y and z. It is the added perception of the depth dimension that makes stereo vision so rich and special.
3D Image Hidden Has Many Advantages
Stereo vision or stereoscopic vision probably evolved as a means of survival. With stereo vision, we can see WHERE objects are in relation to our own bodies with much greater precision especially when those objects are moving toward or away from us in the depth dimension. We can see a little bit around solid objects without moving our heads and we can even perceive and measure "empty" space with our eyes and brains.
If You've Got Stereo Vision, Count Your Blessings!
Here are a few examples of occupations that depend heavily on Magic Eye hidden 3D images:
Here are just a few examples of general actions that depend heavily on stereo vision:
Throwing, catching or hitting a ball
Driving and parking a car
Planning and building a three-dimensional object
Threading a needle and sewing
Reaching out to shake someone's hand
Pouring into a container
Stepping off a curb or step
Are You Sure You've Got Magic Eye hidden 3D images?
It's hard to know what you're missing, if you've never had it. Do you see with both your eyes? Are your two eyes similar or different in sight?
This Is Just A Test - of Your Stereo Vision System
Are both your eyes turned on and working together as a team? Try this easy test and find out if you are a good candidate for 3D viewing. It's The Framing Game and it only takes a minute!
* To read more about the difference between the side vision of horses and the frontal vision of humans, check out an eye doctor's in-depth explanation of how 3D stereovision and stereoscopic depth perception evolved in humans and other predator species (tigers, sharks, etc.).
You may have arrived at this page because you were searching for an explanation as to why you can't see Avatar or other 3D movies in 3D. Can you see 3D? If you can't, keep reading and find out why?!!
With the Portugal Surf Guide APP you will discover all this and more: the best waves, it’s location, waveform characteristics, how to get, where to eat, where to sleep, where to learn to surf, among other features.
In this new application, check your garbage pickup times, any scheduled bulk items pickup, any alerts regarding your services, and view convenient contact information, all in one place.
Get surf condition notifications when you wake up.
I originally started out building a surf alarm which only wakes you up when conditions are right, but after using it for a few weeks, I just want to know what the conditions are like all the time.
This beta version is not optimized for all screen sizes ( I'll fix this soon).
Swell direction is only displayed on the notifications menu in degrees (I'll fix this soon).
One last thing (the notification data might not be "old data" so just click on it to open the app.
There are no annoying ads and it's free (for now) Enjoy :)
I hope you enjoy it.
Super BART features
✓ Clean and Modern design built from the ground up for today's Android phones.
✓ Combines BART and Caltrain schedules seamlessly
✓ Realtime departures from any BART station
✓ Offline Caltrain schedules
✓ Save your trips for easy access later
✓ Optional sticky notifications telling you when your train leaves
✓ Offline system maps for BART and Caltrain
✓ View fares for every trip
✓ Scroll through schedules for the day, why limit yourself to a time frame?
✓ Reverse origin and destination stations with one click when it's time to go home.
✓ Select your route using Google Maps
✓ Intelligent BART <> Caltrain transfer detection, tap Caltrain to get a schedule for just the right time
If you live in, or are just visiting the San Francisco Bay Area, you need Super BART right now.
MultiMuze is the only Muzei plugin that lets you cycle through your other installed Muzei sources.
-Pick which art sources you want MultiMuze to cycle through
-Control how often MultiMuze changes sources
-Respects the refresh settings of your other art sources
-Manually cycle between sources
MultiMuze is every Muzei extension in one.
Note: When you set your desired time interval, MultiMuze will switch sources at those times. Other Muzei extensions may have their own update schedule and may change wallpapers at their discretion.
If you are experiencing any problems with music, tell me which player you are using with the feedback button in the app.
You must have Muzei installed on your phone to use this plugin. Download it here:
Taskei allows Tasker to control your Muzei wallpaper sources. Just enable Taskei in Muzei, add one of the 3 available tasks, and add set up any conditions or events to trigger them. It's really that simple.
With Taskei you can do things including
-Show a certain wallpaper source only on WiFi
-Show album art when your headphones are plugged in
-Choose groups of Muzei extensions for different locations or parts of the day
-Shake your phone to show the next artwork
-Show a source when your phone is upside down
The possibilities are endless with Taskei and Tasker.
* Muzei & Tasker must be installed to use Taskei.
* You need to select Taskei as your Muzei source for it to work.