Affordable. Supports interchangeable lenses. Pinhole capture. Selfie mirror. Powered by AAA batteries. Uses Fujifilm Instax Square

Affordable. Supports interchangeable lenses. Pinhole capture. Selfie mirror. Powered by AAA batteries. Uses Fujifilm Instax Square film. Doesn’t include flash. Extremely heavy vignette. Black-and-white materials currently unavailable. Clunky controls. The Lomography Diana Instant Square takes the all-plastic build and low-fi aesthetics of the Diana F+ but uses instant film for immediate gratification. The Diana camera is a legend—cheap and plastic, but with big medium format negatives. Lomography has long offered kits to convert it from a medium format film camera to one that uses Instax Mini film. But it’s a patchwork solution that drops a big part of the Diana’s appeal—a square image format. The Lomography Diana Instant Square ($99) is a ground-up design for square-format Fujifilm Instax film, and manages to evoke the same charm as the original. I think there are better choices out there for instant film lovers, especially those with more artistic inclinations, but if the ability to use external lighting and change lenses is key, the Diana is worth a look. The Diana Instant Square matches the aesthetics of the non-instant version, the Diana F+. It’s an ...

Ten-Year-Old Entrepreneur Donates $2,000 To Local Animal Charities

A ten year old entrepreneur from Belleville, Canada has donated $2000 to local animal charities in the last two years. Kashton Weinber started Kash’s Kreations when he was just eight years old — a small business selling items such as robots, keychains, and decorative fish made from materials such as repurposed driftwood and rope. Kash says that 50 percent of the profit from each sale he makes gets donated to local charities. His charities of choice are the Quinte Humane Society and Fixed Fur Life. Baby Carrier Weinber is deeply invested in protecting both wild and domesticated animals, and works to raise awareness about species at risk such as the western black rhino and the pangolin.  “When I grow up, I don’t want to have to explain to my kids that all these animals in pictures and books are extinct now,” he said. Cosmetic Bag, Storage Bag – V-FOX,https://www.v-foxchina.com/

Sterling silver is firmly ensconced once more as an integral part of the in-store display of

Sterling silver is firmly ensconced once more as an integral part of the in-store display of most jewellers following a steady rise in popularity over the past couple of decades. While a few socio-economic factors have contributed to this resurgence, it is silver’s affordability and fashion status that are the main reasons for its popularity. The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) was one factor that contributed positively to the status of sterling silver when the soaring price of gold forced manufacturers to switch to white metals. Sterling silver has subsequently become an important part of any jewellery lover’s collection even if it may not yet be considered as ‘cool’ as some other precious metals. Perceptions still exist of silver as an old-fashioned metal, probably because it has historically been limited to safe, classic designs; however, this is changing as suppliers appeal to Danish and European silver houses for fresh, modern and even innovative collections that can help fuel recent demand. Fabuleux Vous is one such brand doing just that, releasing silver collections set with semi-precious stones. Managing director Helen Thompson-Carter says suppliers must strive to offer a ...

Men’s Nike Golf Black 2018 Ryder Cup Location Dry Top Core Quarter-Zip Performance Jacket. $89.99. Buy

Men’s Nike Golf Black 2018 Ryder Cup Location Dry Top Core Quarter-Zip Performance Jacket. $89.99. Buy now at the PGA Shop: shop.pga.com.  Men’s Under Armour Navy 2018 Ryder Cup Elevated Heather Polo. $91.99. Buy now at the PGA Shop: shop.pga.com.  Men’s Nike Golf Khaki 2018 Ryder Cup Legacy 91 Tech Performance Adjustable Hat. $24.99. Buy now at the PGA Shop: shop.pga.com. Men’s Nike Golf White 2017 PGA Championship Cover Up Performance Half-Zip Pullover Jacket. $59.99. Buy now at the PGA Shop: shop.pga.com.  Women’s Cutter & Buck Blue 2017 PGA Championship Evolve DryTec Half-Zip Pullover Jacket. $55.99. Buy now at the PGA Shop: shop.pga.com.  Women’s Nike Golf Black 2017 PGA Championship Thermal Full-Zip Jacket. $81.99. Buy now at the PGA Shop: shop.pga.com.  Women’s Nike Red 2018 Ryder Cup Dry Sleeveless Performance Polo. $59.99. Buy now at the PGA Shop: shop.pga.com.   EVNROLL Putters: ER5 Hatchback. A winged mallet design with a “hatched out” center section. $359. www.evnroll.com. EVNROLL Putters: The ER1 Blade is a classic heel and toe weighted flange blade. $329. www.evnroll.com.  EVNROLL Putters: ER2 Mid Blade. A s...

A New Innovation in Glove Coatings — Occupational Health & Safety

The latest innovations in nitrile-based glove coatings have created a game-changing double-dip that takes the best of traditional palm coatings and rolls them into one unique glove treatment without sacrificing dexterity or tactile sensitivity. What’s new in coated work gloves? For a long time, the answer to that question has been, not much! There have been many innovations in the work gloves themselves, including far higher cut levels and coreless technology that makes hand protection lighter and less irritating. But the coatings we use to increase grip as well as abrasion and liquid resistance have remained pretty consistent. Traditional Glove Coatings Coated gloves are made by taking a machine-knit base glove and dipping it into the desired coating. Dipping ranges from a partial dip that covers the palm and fronts of the fingers, to a ¾ dip, to a fully dipped glove. Most coated gloves are single dipped, meaning they’re dipped only once. Some are double-dipped, meaning the glove is dipped, allowed to dry, and then dipped again to provide a thicker coating. For years, your choices in glove coatings have been polyurethane, nitrile, sandy nitrile, foam nitrile, or latex. An...

West Memphis Fire Department shows off new equipment

At the beginning of the year, the West Memphis Fire Department’s EMT service was facing hardship with only one unit available for emergency care. Today there are three. West Memphis charge paramedic Charles Brakensiek recently showed off one of the department`s newest devices, the auto pulse, offering chest compressions if a patient’s heart stops. EMS Coordinator Derrick Clay says it wasn’t long ago when the EMT department was facing troubling times, with just one unit on hand. Now the department has equipment bigger cities may not have. “We`ve got top notched equipment for saving lives,” paramedic Robert Patrick. “It’s really good to have all of this.” 808nm Diode Laser Hair Removal Machine Online Public File • Terms of Service • Privacy Policy • 803 Channel 3 Drive Memphis, Tennessee 38103 • Copyright © 2019, WREG • A Tribune Broadcasting Station • Powered by WordPress.com VIP Picosecond Laser, 808nm Diode Laser, Nyd Laser, Hifu Machine – ALWAYS Beauty,https://www.alwaysdiode.com/

Enhanced Charge Separation and FRET at Heterojunctions between Semiconductor Nanoparticles and Conducting Polymer Nanofibers for Efficient Solar Light Harvesting

Thank you for visiting nature.com. You are using a browser version with limited support for CSS. To obtain the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser (or turn off compatibility mode in Internet Explorer). In the meantime, to ensure continued support, we are displaying the site without styles and JavaScript. Energy harvesting from solar light employing nanostructured materials offer an economic way to resolve energy and environmental issues. We have developed an efficient light harvesting heterostructure based on poly(diphenylbutadiyne) (PDPB) nanofibers and ZnO nanoparticles (NPs) via a solution phase synthetic route. ZnO NPs (~20 nm) were homogeneously loaded onto the PDPB nanofibers as evident from several analytical and spectroscopic techniques. The photoinduced electron transfer from PDPB nanofibers to ZnO NPs has been confirmed by steady state and picosecond-resolved photoluminescence studies. The co-sensitization for multiple photon harvesting (with different energies) at the heterojunction has been achieved via a systematic extension of conjugation from monomeric to polymeric diphenyl butadiyne moiety in the proximity of the ZnO NPs. On the other ...

[Tobias Kuhn] had watched a YouTube video about a robot arm which used servo motors, and

[Tobias Kuhn] had watched a YouTube video about a robot arm which used servo motors, and wanted to try making one himself. But he found it hard to get slow or smooth movements out of the servos. Even removing the microcontroller and trying to work with the servo’s driver-IC and potentiometer from an Arduino Nano didn’t get him satisfaction. Then he found the very affordable 28BYJ-48 stepper motor. After some experimenting, he came up with a smooth moving robot arm with four steppers controlled from an Arduino Mega and A4988 stepper motor drivers. Rather than write a bunch of stepper motor code himself, he installed and ran a four-axis fork of grbl on the Arduino, turning it into a stepper motor controller. One minor hitch was that the A4988 motor drivers are for bipolar stepper motors but 28BYJ-48 steppers are unipolar. Luckily he knew of a very simple hack which our [Brian Benchoff] wrote about for turning a unipolar motor into a bipolar motor. To tell the robot arm what to do, he built a replica arm with potentiometers in place of the stepper motors. As he manipulates the replica, the values of the potentiometers are read by a Raspberry Pi and some custom Python code which sen...

The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan Review – Drown And Out

Man of Medan is set almost entirely at sea on an enormous, abandoned boat. Loosely based on the real-life mystery of the OSS Ourang Medan, which became a shipwreck in the late 1940s after its entire crew were lost under mysterious circumstances, Man of Medan is also the first part of Supermassive Games’ proposed Dark Pictures Anthology–a series of short, branching horror narrative experiences in the vein of its tremendous 2015 surprise hit, Until Dawn. If you’ve played Until Dawn, you’ll know what to expect. But despite a smart online co-op mode, Man of Medan’s weak narrative ultimately makes it a disappointing first installment. The game’s plot jumps between five different playable characters who are all experiencing the same event. You’ll determine their ultimate fates by making decisions for them, as well as responding to quick-time events. There are reportedly 69 different potential deaths you can experience (including those of non-playable characters), but it’s also entirely possible that your whole crew will survive. Alternatively, they might all die. Man of Medan’s main selling point is that your decisions will affect ...

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Nomadic Audio Speakase review: A suitcase with removable Bluetooth audio

You read that correctly. The Nomadic Audio Speakase is a “smart” TSA-approved suitcase complete with a detachable Bluetooth audio speaker, that can be used separately, or incorporated directly into the suitcase. Combining the acoustics within the suitcase itself, the speaker gains a huge amount of volume and clarity, making it an oddly symbiotic pair of products. That said, this suitcase is about as niche as they come, but if you’re interested in premium-feeling luggage with a premium-sounding portable speaker, Nomadic Audio nailed it. Its price will most likely deter all but the most dedicated audiophile travelers, however. Bottom line: The Nomadic Audio Speakase is quite easily the most impressive Bluetooth travel speaker I’ve used. But damn, it is not cheap. The Nomadic Audio Speakase is quite honestly an incredible product. The aluminum-reinforced frame, wrapped in thick shock-absorbing polycarbonate and fiberglass-enhanced nylon can withstand quite a beating. And you’d hope so, too, considering it incorporates a high-end Bluetooth speaker. The telescopic handle has good action, extending easily and smoothly with a gentle press of a button. The ...

Zacks Investment Research Lowers Kaiser Aluminum (NASDAQ:KALU) to Hold

Kaiser Aluminum (NASDAQ:KALU) was downgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “buy” rating to a “hold” rating in a research report issued on Friday, Zacks.com reports. According to Zacks, “Kaiser Aluminum is a leading producer of semi-fabricated specialty aluminum products, serving customers worldwide with highly-engineered solutions for aerospace and high-strength, general engineering, and custom automotive and industrial applications. The Company’s North American facilities produce value-added sheet, plate, extrusions, rod, bar, tube, and wire products, adhering to traditions of quality, innovation, and service. Kaiser Aluminum is headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California. “ A number of other analysts also recently weighed in on KALU. Goldman Sachs Group upgraded Kaiser Aluminum from a “sell” rating to a “neutral” rating and set a $97.00 target price for the company in a research report on Thursday, August 8th. ValuEngine downgraded Kaiser Aluminum from a “hold” rating to a “sell” rating in a research report on Tuesday, July 9th. Finally, BidaskClub downgraded Kaiser Aluminum from a “hold” rating to a “sell” rating in a research report on Saturday, August 24th. Two resear...