Stunning New Photos of Mars, Jupiter Hot Spots, Touch-Less Touch Screen, Plus More News as the New Science Today App Announces Updates

Science World News Headlines Expand In Mighty Mack’s Updates of its Science Today App.

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Science Today curates all of the selected news sources and leverages on a proprietary set of algorithms which filter through the most relevant news content.

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 19, 2013

Science and technology news dominate the world with constant developments, such as one from Purdue’s C Design lab, Discover Magazine writes. The team developed an image processing algorithm that tracks and interprets hand gestures and motions on any non-screen surface using infrared depth sensors. This was the natural next step in the multitouch arena where the system called the Extended Multitouch, consisting of a computer and projector, along with Microsoft’s Kinect depth camera, when projected on any flat surface will behave like any multitouch screen.

In other science news, scientists are finally able to determine what causes Jupiter’s hot spots. The formation of these hot spots was one of the unanswered questions puzzling the scientific community, but due to images from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, scientists have strong evidence supporting a new view that these strata canopy’s are created by a Rossby wave, a pattern which, interestingly enough, is also seen in the Earth’s atmosphere.

Science Today curates all of the selected news sources and leverages on a proprietary set of algorithms which filter through the most relevant news content.

Core features of this science news app include:

Custom Curated Sources List.

Content articles pulled from individualized customized lists of publications, journalists, institutions and opinion leaders for each subject channel.

Proprietary Algorithm. This App uses a proprietary algorithm to review our content source lists selecting interesting articles, videos and audio content and filtering out items considered of low interest.

Friendly User Interface. The App's user interface is designed to facilitate the efficient review and reading of the content, providing for easy operation and movement throughout.

Current Content Curation. Science Today delivers professional-grade Current News in Science. Including Ecology Nature, Climatology, Biology, Space, Astrophysics, and Material Sciences.

Sharing. You can distribute content you like using a variety of social tools, including Twitter, Facebook and Instapaper for future reference.

Requirements

  •     iPad and iPhone
  • Internet Connection to load and view content
  • Optimized for iOS6

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