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From Geeks are Sexy:

Echizen’s solution was a pair of spectacles which had the option to switch on several LEDs. The resulting light beam is in the near-infrared frequency and is thus invisible to the human eye, but can be detected by camera lenses. The resulting visual noise undermines facial recognition software.

AVG have built the LED technology into their concept prototype and noted that, as shown above, it can certainly be enough to defeat Facebook’s own face recognition. However, it poinst out that even many cellphone cameras used today are sophisticated enough to filter out light at wavelengths invisible to human, thus producing pictures that better replicate what the eye sees.

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Via Mashable
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According to editors at Mashable Twitter is sending out its beta redesign to a random sampling of users. You'll notice that the design has a timeline-esque news feed with greater room for in-stream pictures. What do you all think of the design? Does this change anything you think about Twitter?

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A Design Writer Takes on Those 'Hip' Tech Startup Theme Offices and It's Hilarious

Every workplace has a little drama now and then, especially in the startup world. You may also be familiar with those "super fun" theme rooms that usually have video games or ball pits that have become the mark of well-funded upcoming tech giants (looking at you, Google). As design writer and educator Chappell Ellison demonstrates, it turns out drama and ball pits don't go well together. Unless you're trying to be funny, then it's a perfect match!

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