It is always nice to see fanboys on both sides of the divide presenting their arguments to tell the world as to why their point of view is correct, and here we are two contenders in the video game console department – the Xbox One and Sony PS4. Watch Dogs has come under the microscope this time around when it comes to the resolution as well as framerate, and it does seem as though the PS4 version of Watch Dogs has the upper hand over the Xbox One version. Basically, the Sony PS4 version of Watch Dogs will feature 1080p resolution at 30fps, while the Xbox One version will dish out 960p at 30fps. As for the PC version, I guess it is hands down the winner, as depending on your system configuration, your eyeballs will be able to enjoy up to 4K resolution, with a variable framerate.
Stanford ophthalmologists might usher in a new use for modern day smartphones with low-cost devices that turn your communications device into an ‘eye-phone’, which might be confused by some to be the iPhone if it were not spelled out properly. Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have come up with a couple of affordable adapters which would allow a smartphone to shoot high-quality images of the front and back of the eye. These adapters would make it a snap for anyone with minimal training to snap a photo of the eye, sharing it without any security worries with other health practitioners, or to stash it in the patient’s electronic record.