Biometrics And Pinball: Five Companies On Ces’ Early Watch List | Ars Technica

Man crafts memorial for Mt. Pleasant Cemetery’s Civil War veterans | TribLIVE

Today, any old company can include the technology in its lineup. Connected-devices company Netatmo was showing off a tube-like camera device and companion app that act as a facial recognition camera for your home, allowing you toreceive notifications on yourphone as faces are seen. When setting up the device, you take a number of pictures of the people you trust around your space to teach it what you look like, and the device will snap a photo every time it sees a face and send you a notification on your phone as people are seen.
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aI’ve always loved working with wood since my high school days,a said DeWitt, who attended Laurel Highlands School District in the 1960s. During the last three years there, DeWitt whiled away many hours in the high school’s wood shop, he said. Eight months prior to graduating, the focus of DeWitt’s work grew sharper after meeting his future wife, then, Joann Kaider, a native of New Salem who was a waitress at a Howard Johnson’s restaurant near McGann’s Gas Station, where DeWitt worked after school. aShe’d bring her car up to get serviced.
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