GE’s HDlive 3D Ultrasound Reveals Super-Realistic Images of Baby in Utero

April 18, 2013 by  
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If you’ve ever seen a standard ultrasound, you’ve probably feigned an understanding of what you were looking at. Those grainy, blurry, black and white images could very soon be a thing of the past with the introduction of GE’s  HD live  technology. The HD live offers incredible 3D images that are startlingly clear and in color, giving parents a true to life view of their unborn child. So, how is it done? Keep reading to learn more. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3D , color , dynamic rendering engine , fetus , ge healthcare , hdlive , imaging , prenatal , ultrasound        

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GE’s HDlive 3D Ultrasound Reveals Super-Realistic Images of Baby in Utero

April 18, 2013 by  
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If you’ve ever seen a standard ultrasound, you’ve probably feigned an understanding of what you were looking at. Those grainy, blurry, black and white images could very soon be a thing of the past with the introduction of GE’s  HD live  technology. The HD live offers incredible 3D images that are startlingly clear and in color, giving parents a true to life view of their unborn child. So, how is it done? Keep reading to learn more. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3D , color , dynamic rendering engine , fetus , ge healthcare , hdlive , imaging , prenatal , ultrasound        

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INFOGRAPHIC: Understanding Biomass as a Renewable Energy Source

October 30, 2012 by  
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UK-based renewable energy company Duncan Renewables made this great infographic which highlights the benefits of biomass for domestic consumers. The infographic shows information about biomass use around the world – a hot topic since the introduction of the green deal by the UK government this month. The graphic demonstrates a range of statistics about how biomass can help the environment and provide a more sustainable heating source compared to fossil fuels. Duncan Renewables has mainly installed biomass boilers in large-scale commercial settings such as farms and leisure facilities, but as the infographic shows, with domestic customers now able to get help with the cost of biomass boiler installation it is becoming a more popular technology used for heating normal homes. Check out the full infographic after the jump! + Duncan Renewables The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link . Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing!

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London’s First Zero-Emission Electric Taxis Hit the Streets

February 2, 2012 by  
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When it comes to clean transportation, London is charging ahead at maximum speed – not only is the city’s mayor a cycling enthusiast, but he helped to push the introduction of London’s first hydrogen fuel cell taxis just in time for the 2012 Olympics ! This week The Big Smoke rolled out their first fleet of zero emission taxis , which are now making their way across the city’s busy streets. Read the rest of London’s First Zero-Emission Electric Taxis Hit the Streets Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: electric cars UK , electric taxis , EV taxis , Renault Fluence Z.E , Renault Fluence Z.E 2012 Olympics , Renault Fluence Z.E climatecars , Renault Fluence Z.E climatecars zero emission , Renault Fluence Z.E electric cars , Renault Fluence Z.E electric taxi , Renault Fluence Z.E london taxi , Renault Fluence Z.E UK , Renault Fluence Z.E zero carbon electric taxi , Renault Fluence Z.E zero emission , Renault Fluence Z.E zero emission taxi , zero emission taxis

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Buildup to Greenbuild: How Green Is Toronto?

October 3, 2011 by  
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Last year before Greenbuild in Chicago, one of America’s best architecture critics, Blair Kamin , wrote the introduction to Chicago for GreenSource Magazine . So I was pretty nervous when I was asked to write this year’s introduction to Toronto; That is a very tough act to follow. It was a very difficult article to write, trying to make Toronto exciting, interesting and green right at the time when our new Mayor was ripping up bike lanes and trying to ram Ferris Wh… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Ray Anderson, Green Building Pioneer, Dead at 77

August 8, 2011 by  
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Image credit Celcias So many in the business world claim to be sustainable, but back in 2004 Ray Anderson of Interface said “No one should be claiming sustainable products. There is no such thing yet in terms of zero footprint. What you can do is demonstrate reduced footprint.” He understood what it meant to be green, to be sustainable, and what it took to get there. Jacob Gordon wrote in his introduction to our interview with Ray: Ray Anderson started his company, Interface, back in the 1970s to make carpet. Like any business man, he wanted to shake up the m… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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The Epitaph Cruiser will dig deep into your pockets

August 5, 2011 by  
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Snigdha Dalmiya: Epitaph Cruiser Bicycle with four wheels Think about the good old times when you used to cruise down empty lanes on your modest bike because it was the only vehicle you could afford. Well, times have changed and so has the bike convention. The typical modesty attached to a bike has finally been lost with the introduction of the Epitaph Cruiser. Picture Gallery Bicycle with four wheels Bicycle with four wheels by Epitaph A bike is a bike you say? How much can one cost? Well, hold your breath cause this cruiser comes with a price tag of around $3000, while hosting a few unique features and the surreal touch of handmade technology (quite rare in our tech-driven world). This wheelie is also one of the recherche collectibles to own as it boasts of a meager 12 bike production figure. The main attraction lies in the never seen before four wheel structure for an extra drill. It houses a single rear brake and powder coated steel skeleton. The refined classic leather seat and handlebar covers also vouch for the clean and sleek look of the opulent road cruiser. The double wheel structure may mange to catch the fantasy of a few bikers out there, but the price and the collectible value (owing to the limited production) will get the affluent junkies on the edge of their seats. So if you like your rides to be exclusive and pricey, then this is just the way to go. Via: Gizmodo

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You Said It: Readers Comment on a New Facebook Headquarters and the iPad 2 (Video)

March 18, 2011 by  
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Once again, we have scoured Facebook to find the posts that were really resonating with you. Facebook’s pending move and the introduction of a new iPad really had you talking

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Weekday Vegetarian: Avocado Salad with Ginger and Peanuts

March 18, 2011 by  
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Photo: Kelly Rossiter My husband flat out loved this dish. In fact, he liked it so much I’m making it again today

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Witches Use Natural Products to Put a Hex on Politicians

January 10, 2011 by  
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Photo: allvoice If you are a Romanian politician, don’t mess with the witches.

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