Wednesday, 19 July 2017

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Dinosaur that looked like a massive bird discovered in Canada!

A bird-like dinosaur has been discovered in Alberta, Canada.
The creature, named Currie’s Alberta hunter, stalked the Red Deer River Valley about 71 million years ago, according to a paper published in the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences.
It walked on two legs, was covered in feathers, grew to just under two metres long and would have weighed about 60kg. It is thought to have eaten a mixed diet of meat and plants.
Initially palaeontologists thought the fossilised remains belonged to its close relative, the Troodon, reputed to have been the cleverest of the dinosaurs because of the large size of its brain compared to its body.
However after analysing its bones they concluded it was a different species because of its shorter and more robust skull.
“The delicate bones of these small feathered dinosaurs are very rare. We were lucky to have a critical piece of the skull that allowed us to distinguish Albertaventaor [Alberta hunter] as a new species,” said Dr David Evans, of the Royal Ontario Museum, who led the research.
“We hope to find a more complete skeleton of Albertavenator in the future, as this would tell us so much more about this fascinating animal.”
An artist’s impression of what the dinosaur would have looked like suggested it would have looked a lot like a modern bird but very much bigger and with short, ineffective “wings”.
It had serrated teeth and was related to the velociraptor, a dinosaur made famous by the Jurassic Park movies.
The dinosaur was given the scientific name Albertavenator curriei in honour of Dr Philip Currie, a renowned Canadian palaeolotologist.
Its fossilised remains were found in the 1980s near the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Ontario, but it was only recently identified as a separate species.
The researchers said the discovery underlined the importance of re-examining museum collections.

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

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'War for the Planet of the Apes' Plays More Like 'Rise' Than 'Dawn' with $56.5M Debut!

Fox's War for the Planet of the Apes delivered a #1 finish this weekend, opening a bit higher than the studio's conservative expectations, though well below Mojo's aggressive, pre-weekend forecast. Meanwhile, Spider-Man: Homecoming dipped more than 60% in its second weekend and The Big Sick delivered decent numbers in its expansion, though, once again below Mojo's forecast. In fact, the same goes for the modest expectations for Broad Green's Wish Upon, as the PG-13 horror fell short of $6 million over its first three days in release.

Playing more like Rise of the Planet of the Apes than Dawn, Fox's War for the Planet of the Apes delivered an estimated $56.5 million this weekend from 4,022 theaters. That's a little over a million more than Riseopened with back in 2011 and well below the $72.6 million Dawn delivered in its 2014 opening. Fortunately, Waris carrying a budget $20 million lighter than Dawn, but the $150 million production still cost over $50 million more than Rise's $93 million price tag.

Audience demographics show the film playing to an audience that was 57% male versus 43% female, of which 63% were 25 years or older. Of the overall audience, 48% were Caucasian, 20% African American, 18% Hispanic and 10% Asian. Opening day audiences gave the film an "A-" CinemaScore, the same score received by both of its predecessors.

Looking ahead, while the opening may look a lot like that for Rise of the Apes, it seems unlikely the final domestic haul will live up to the $176.7 million that film ultimately delivered, despite the best reviews in the franchise. Just compare to last year's Star Trek Beyond, which also received strong reviews but could still only muster a $59 million debut compared to the $70 million debut for Star Trek Into Darkness. Ultimately, Star Trek Beyond went on to bring in just shy of $160 million domestically for a 2.68x multiplier. A similar run for War of the Apes would end in a domestic run just over $150 million.

Internationally, the film brought in an estimated $46 million from 61 markets. Among the openings, the UK lead the way with an estimated $9.5 million debut followed by Russia ($5m) and Spain ($3.4m). By comparison, Dawn debuted with $14.8 million in the UK ($11.2m at today's exchange rates), $9.8 million in Russia ($6.1m at today's exchange rate) and $4.6 million in Spain ($3.9m at today's exchange rate) as Apes fever seems to be down across the globe.

Finishing in second is Sony's Spider-Man: Homecoming, which dropped 61% in its second weekend with an estimated $45.2 million as its domestic cume know grows to over $208 million in its first ten days of release.
Internationally, Spider-Man delivered an estimated $72.3 million this weekend, bringing its overseas cume to $261 million and worldwide tally just shy of $470 million. Among new openings this weekend, the film debuted at #1 in France with an estimated $6 million and at #2 in Germany with an estimated $3.7 million. The film still has openings in Belgium, Spain, Japan and China upcoming.

Universal and Illumination's Despicable Me 3 finished in third with an estimated $18.9 million as its domestic cume is now just shy of $188 million. Internationally the animated feature crossed $400 million with an estimated $71 million from 61 territories this weekend for a global cume totaling $619.4 million.
TriStar's Baby Driver kept on rolling this weekend, dropping just 33% in its third weekend in release for an estimated $8.75 million bringing its domestic cume to $73.1 million.

Rounding out the top five is Lionsgate and Amazon's release of The Big Sick, which expanded into 2,597 theaters (+2,271) and delivered an estimated $7.6 million bringing the film's domestic cume to $16 million. This is a well short of Mojo's optimistic forecast, but still a decent performance for the rom-com. The true test will be to see how the film holds on looking ahead as it performed incredibly well in limited release and will now turn to word of mouth to carry itself through the coming weeks.

Wonder Woman enjoyed the smallest drop (29.9%) in the top ten, finishing just outside the top five in the film's seventh week in release, delivering an estimated $6.9 million weekend. That puts the film's domestic total over $380 million as it inches closer to topping the domestic run of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($386.5m). Internationally, Wonder Woman brought in an estimated $3.3 million from 61 markets, bringing the film's overseas cume to $384.2 million for a global tally just shy of $765 million. The film has still yet to open in Japan where it will debut on August 25.

It isn't until seventh position that we find Broad Green's Wish Upon, which ran out of wishes and delivered an estimated $5.6 million opening from 2,250 theaters, $2,483 per theater. The film received a "C-" CinemaScoreand with three new wide releases hitting theaters next weekend will have to put in some work to remain in the top ten for two weekends in a row.

In limited release Roadside Attractions' Lady Macbeth debuted in five theaters and brought in an estimated $68,813 ($13,763 PTA); Alejandro Jodorowsky's Endless Poetry opened in two locations and debuted with an estimated $28,000; Vertical's Blind opened with $11,700 from 14 locations ($836 PTA); Big World's release of False Confessions in two theaters delivered an estimated $7,670; and Monument's release of Footnotes in one theater resulted in an estimated $5,900.

Next weekend will be interesting as not only will War of the Apes be in its second weekend along with Spider-Man in its third, but two more films vying for mostly the same demographic will be hitting theaters. First among them is the release of Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk into over 3,600 theaters followed by STX's release of Luc Besson's big budget sci-fi feature Valerian into over 3,400 theaters. Cornering it's own little segment of the marketplace, Universal will look to make a splash with the release of the R-rated comedy Girls Trip into ~2,500 locations.

Monday, 17 July 2017

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Federer rises to 3rd in ATP rankings after Wimbledon win, Murray keeps top spot!

Madrid, July 17 (IANS) Winning his eighth Wimbledon title allowed Swiss Roger Federer, the most acclaimed player in Grand Slams with 19 titles, to earn a spot in the top three of the men's Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) world singles rankings released on Monday, with 6,545 points.
Briton Andy Murray and Spanish Rafael Nadal kept their places at first and second, even though they left the tournament at the quarter-final stage and round of 16 respectively, reports Efe.
The 35-year-old Swiss won five tournaments in the current season, two Grand Slams (Australian Open and Wimbledon) and two 1,000 Masters (Indian Wells and Miami) in addition to Halle.
Federer's opponent in Sunday's Wimbledon final Marin Cilic of Croatia is sixth in the list.
The current ATP rankings and point scores are as follows:
1. Andy Murray (United Kingdom) 7,750 points
2. Rafael Nadal (Spain) 7,465
3. Roger Federer (Switzerland) 6,545
4. Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 6,325
5. Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland) 6,140
6. Marin Cilic (Croatia) 5,075
7. Dominic Thiem (Netherlands) 4,030
8. Kei Nishikori (Japan) 3,740
9. Milos Raonic (Canada) 3,310
10. Grigor Dimitrov (Bulgaria) 3,160
--IANS

Saturday, 15 July 2017

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Are All Vitamins Vital to Your Health and Well-being?

It's important to take your vitamins, whether you prefer to consume them through nutrient dense foods or conveniently take them in supplement form. Our bodies don't produce vitamins on their own, and making a conscious effort to enrich your diet with them is important, because we need them to maintain normal growth and maintenance of every part of the human body at the cellular level.
Although they can be grouped according to their individual benefits for different functions in our bodies like hair, skin, and nail maintenance and immune support, the essential 13 vitamins each have their own individual functions. Read on to find out how much of each essential vitamin you need and how they benefit your health.

VitaminBenefitsRDASources
Vitamin Avision, immune system700mcgdairy products, oily fish, leafy greens
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)regular metabolic function1.2mgwhole grains, nuts, beans
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)energy production1.1mgcheese, liver, almonds, tempeh
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)cardiovascular health13mgdairy, fish, nutritional yeast
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)manufacturing red blood cells5mgmushrooms, broccoli, eggs, fish
Vitamin B6healthy brain function, blood production1.3mgfortified cereals, chickpeas, pork, bananas
Vitamin B7 (Biotin)hair, skin and nail growth and maintenance30mcgnuts, bananas, legumes
Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)producing snd maintaining new cells400mcgcitrus fruits, lentils, dark green vegetables
Vitamin B12healthy nerve cell and blood maintenance2.4mcgpoultry, fish, dairy products
Vitamin Cgrowth, repair and development of tissue75mgoranges, kale, strawberries
Vitamin Ddental and bone health10mcgoily fish, red meat, fortified cereals
Vitamin Eprotection from free radical damage3mgalmonds, spinach, olive oil
Vitamin Kheart and bone health90mcgleafy greens, cruciferous vegetables

Friday, 14 July 2017

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Why being miserable is actually the secret to happiness!

​Happiness is overrated. Instead, try allowing yourself to be totally miserable. It might make you happier than you have ever been. Let us explain.
Browsing social media and being confronted with friends scoring dream jobs, creating perfect families and sunning themselves on beaches can create the impression that everyone else is in some unending state of euphoria. And there you are, laying on the sofa with one hand in a bag of crisps and the other holding your phone, an hour into a scrolling session.
But constant happiness is overrated. Not only is it overrated, but it’s totally unachievable.
In fact, says Gina Clarke, a psychotherapist at Click for Therapy, expecting to be constantly happy is harmful. “Everybody’s mood fluctuates, we all have ups and downs and a widen range of emotions,” she says, pointing towards the kids movie Inside Out as an analogy.
"If we expect to be constantly happy, then we judge that to feel any other emotion is wrong and therefore we internalise that we are bad if we feel sad, angry, frustrated, and so on, when in actual fact in order to feel happy, to process the difficult stuff that happens, we need to accept other emotions.”
And if, as studies suggest, half of workers in the UK would rather be in a different job; some 60 per cent of people report being in an unhappy relationship; and social media is making us unsatisfied, it's unlikely that everyone around you is as happy as they seem. And you might hope that we’re not all doomed to endure these feelings for the rest of our lives.
That's why experiencing sadness or discomfort can be useful. Take running: every second of pain is being invested into a healthier body and better mental health.
“Feeling sad or uncomfortable is similar to standing on a broken leg and feeling pain,” explains Clarke. “When we feel sad or uncomfortable it is our mind's way of telling us that we are out of balance, that emotionally we are in pain and we need time to heal. With a broken leg we ask for help, see a specialist. If we did this when we felt sad or uncomfortable it would help us to process and heal. The first step is acknowledgement and then assessment - do I need to leave the situation, ask for help, talk with a friend, seek professional support?”
When feelings of sadness and worthlessness are all-consuming, it is vital to visit a doctor and assess your mental health, as these can be symptoms of depression or other serious conditions. But dreading going into work but feeling happy in other aspects of life, or the odd pang of sadness can be a catalyst for trying to unpick what is causing these feelings.
“From what I’ve seen, and I’ve worked with a lot of clients, a valuable key to contentment and or fulfilment is acceptance. Acceptance of ourselves, acceptance of what’s happening in our lives, acceptance of those around us,” says psychotherapist Hilda Burke. “On the other hand, wishing things were other than what they are is a sure fire way of making ourselves unhappy as it keeps us in a stuck place in our heads where we are imagining how life could be better another way, with another partner, in another job and as such we’re inevitably missing what’s just under our noses and failing to appreciate that good things that are there."
“This is where self reflection is key,” says Clarke. “If we feel unhappy in the moment we should ask ourselves why, what’s going on, and assess our emotions over time. Some people write it down, journal, some talk with others, some just note then feelings.”
"Once you get to the root causes of how you feel, it becomes much easier to change your mood," chimes Phillip Adcock, psychologist and author of Master Your Brain. "I recommend playing the why, why, why game. In it, you ask yourself why you feel unhappy, and why is that, and why is that really. Keep going until you get to the root cause of your unhappiness."
In the long term, then unhappiness might just be the key to happiness.

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

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Archaeologists find naturally-preserved brains in Spanish Civil War-era mass grave!

Archaeologists excavating a mass grave from Spain’s 1936 to 1939 Civil War have found the naturally-preserved brains of 45 people eight decades after they were shot and buried on a hillside in the northern province of Burgos.
Spain has hundreds of mass graves from the war and from ensuing decades of dictatorship under General Francisco Franco. Very few have been dug up due to a lack of funding and Spain’s “pact of forgetting” on its return to democracy in the 1970s.
The brains from some of the bodies in the La Pedraja grave were preserved by very specific environmental conditions after heavy rains seeped into bullet holes in their skulls. This “saponification” process turned them into a soap-like substance.
A preserved heart has also been unearthed, an unprecedented finding, says forensic scientist Fernando Serrulla who worked on the dig and has published a study with details of the discovery.
“Naturally-preserved brains are very rare,” Serrulla said. “There are only around 100 documented cases in the world.”
The brains are being kept in a laboratory in Galicia, northwestern Spain, where Serrulla works. Shrivelled, brown and with the ridges still showing, they form the largest collection of naturally-preserved human brains in the world, he says.
None of the preserved organs and only 16 of the 104 bodies dug up from the grave have been identified.
Rafael Martinez, the president of a socialist association killed by Franco’s supporters in 1936, was recently identified as one of the bodies in La Pedraja.
“If only those brains could tell of what happened there,” his grandson, Miguel Angel Martinez, said.

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

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Monks unearth 1,500-year-old manuscript by 'father of medicine' Hippocrates in ancient Egypt!

In the southern Sinai peninsula, at the foot of Mount Sinai, the Saint Catherine Monastery stands as one of the oldest Christian monasteries in the world. Recent restoration work inside the majestic building has revealed a 1,500-year-old manuscript that contains an ancient medical recipe derived from the research of the famous Greek physician Hippocrates.
The discovery was announced during a ceremony in which Egypt's Minister of Antiquities Dr Khaled El-Enany received the Greek minister of digital policy, telecommunications and media, Nikos Pappas.
The manuscript had remained hidden in the monastery's library for centuries until it was rediscovered by the monks during restoration and documentation work.
According to Dr Mohammed Abdel-Latif, who is Egypt's assistant minister of antiquities for archaeological sites, this is a type of manuscript knows as 'Palmest manuscripts'.
These manuscripts were written on leather, and two layers of writing can be deciphered. Due to the high cost of producing leather, the first text that was written on the manuscript was indeed partly erased after some time to make room for a second layer of text.
This specific manuscript dates back to the 5th or 6th century CE. Parts of medical texts associated with the medical research of the renowned Greek physician Hippocrates appear on the pages.
Hippocrates lived in Ancient Greece between 460 BCE and 375 BCE, on the island of Cos. He is perhaps the most famous doctor in history and is even traditionally regarded as the father of medicine. A lot of myths surround Hippocrates, so it is difficult to know exactly what is true about his life, but about 60 medical writings have survived that bear his name. It is believed however that most of were not written by him, including the famous Hippocratic Oath.
This ethical code of conduct adopted by doctors is still used in the graduation ceremonies of many medical schools. At the time of Hippocrates, new physicians swore upon a number of healing gods to do their job adequately and ethically.
Even if Hippocrates didn't write the oath, he was revered for his ethical standards, so it makes sense that it would be attributed to him.
On the newly discovered manuscript, three other medical texts can also be seen, although little is known about their origin. They are accompanied by drawings of medicinal plants. The second visible layer of writing on this manuscript is a text of the Bible known as the Sinaitic manuscript.
Beyond this manuscript, Saint Catherine Monastery is known for the great amount of ancient literature that can be found within its walls. The library also contains 600 manuscripts written in Arabic, Greek, Ethiopian, Coptic, Armenian and Syriac dating all the way back to the fourth century AD. They deal with diverse topics, from history and geography to philosophy.

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Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer reaches 50th Grand Slam quarter-final!

Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer Registers Straight Sets Victory Over Grigor Dimitrov, Advances to 50th Grand Slam Quarter-final

Federer won for the sixth time in a row over the 2017 Sofia and Brisbane champion Dimitrov
Swiss tennis ace Roger Federer made it to the quarterfinals for the 15th time at Wimbledon easily, as he outplayed Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov 6-4, 6-2, 6-4.
Third-seeded Federer, at the Centre Court, registered a straight set victory and had no time to lose as he spent just 97 minutes to get rid of Dimitrov, who saw his serve broken five times, while he managed to break his rival’s serve once, Efe news reported.
The 35-year-old Federer won for the sixth time in a row over the 2017 Sofia and Brisbane champion Dimitrov, former world number 8. 
The seven-time Wimbledon champion, who is eyeing his record-extending 19th Grand Slam title, is set to play against Canadian Milos Raonic, seeded number 6. It will also be Federer’s 50th Grand Slam quarter-final.

Monday, 10 July 2017

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4 Simple Ways to Hit the Restart Button on Your Fitness Goals!

Committing to a fitness journey always seems more doable at the onset of the year, you can almost see the time stretching out before you and are motivated to knock down every one of your goals before Summer hits. But, after a couple of months of being consistent, you start to miss workouts, leave a few meals to chance, and before you know it, Summer's looming, you've completely blown your schedule of short-term goals and your long-term goals seem even further out of reach than they were when you first started.

Don't Call it a Comeback

Unless you're absolutely sure you can handle it, don't attempt to jump straight into what you were doing before. After missing workouts and taking extended breaks from the gym, you need to build your endurance back up to its previous level, and jumping straight in where you left off can have a negative effect on your morale. Try easing yourself in with a two week workout schedule that involves instructed gym classes or short and sweet, follow-along workouts that give you the no-pressure, addictive high of endorphins that's keep you going back.

Eat Your Way Back to Health

Getting back into a clean eating mindset can be tough, but as we all know and are made in the kitchen so it counts for more than exercise in the long run. You're not going to be able to detox away a month of no exercise and endless takeaways with a 24-hour long detox, but it can be a great motivator that jump start you into getting your healthy eating back on track. If the thought of working out is too daunting, focus on eating clean for a while before working out and you're bound to see results, whether it be weight loss, a lift in your mood, or clearer skin.

Go Back in Time

The starting point of a lifestyle change doesn't always have to be dramatic, sometimes it's being hit with the reality of not being able to button up your favourite pair of jeans up that gets you started. If you know you feel a lot better when you're living a healthy lifestyle, but can't seem to get yourself in the zone, think back and remind yourself of the reason behind your quest. Your motivator might still be a powerful catalyst, so write it down and remind yourself of this every time it feels like you're about to fall off the wagon.
Set Short Term Goals
Although turning a new leaf is a long-term endeavour, short-term goals are great motivators that keep you going in between hitting your monumental milestones. These can be as simple as working back up to running for five minutes straight or counting your macros consistently for a week.

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Sunday, 9 July 2017

Lionel Messi Enjoys Caribbean Honeymoon with Wife and Sons!


Lionel Messi's having a great week.... Like super-duper great.... and the celebration's continuing for him on his honeymoon in the Carribean islands.

Messi and his new wife, Antonella Roccuzzo, hit up the beach with their 2 sons for some fun in the sun ... and an epic game of Smashball!!!

If it looks like the soccer star doesn't have a care in the world, it's probably because he signed a massive contract with FC Barcelona -- $33.6 million a year through 2021 -- just days after tying the knot with his childhood sweetheart.

Oh and by the way ... she looks smoking hot.

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Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic Advance to Last 16!

Former Wimbledon champions Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon 2017 riding on their impressive performances. Both of them defeated their opponents by straight sets.
Third seed Federer played superbly in a 7-6 (7-3), 6-4 win over German 27th seed Mischa Zverev on Centre Court.
At the same time, second seed Djokovic had earlier looked fired up as he beat Latvia’s Ernests Gulbis 6-4 6-1 7-6 (7-2).
In the next round, Federer will face Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov and Djokovic faces Adrian Mannarino in the last 16 on Monday.
During the clash, Djokovic was found not happy after an early argument with the umpire, who told the official to “focus” – something he later apologised for – and then appeared to take his own advice.
Gulbis, 28, gave fight briefly but the second set soon disappeared and the Latvian then had lengthy treatment on his back.
Ranked down at 548 after a succession of injuries, the former world number 10 recovered sufficiently to earn a break point at the start of the third set.
Djokovic, a friend of Gulbis since their junior academy days in Germany, snuffed out the danger but required a tie-break to eventually see off the Latvian after two hours and 12 minutes.
“I am delighted with my performance today,” said Djokovic, 30.
“I thought I raised the level of tennis, comparing to the first couple of matches. This was the most focused I have been on the court and it came at the right time.”
The 35-year-old Federer kept up the form that has seen him rated as the favourite to land a record eight title, and first since 2012. The Swiss played beautifully to overcome the attacking serve-volley game of Zverev, the man who beat Andy Murray in the fourth round at the Australian Open in January.
Zverev pegged back Federer from 4-1 to earn a tie-break in the first set but a terrific backhand volley brought up set point for the seven-time champion and he duly converted.
A spectacular return game that included drive backhand and forehand winners gave Federer the crucial break early in the second set, and a Zverev double-fault gave up the initiative in the third.
The 27th win in 29 matches this year was wrapped up after one hour and 49 minutes, and the Swiss head into week two in ideal shape.

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RED announces Hydrogen, “world’s first holographic media machine”!

RED, yes the camera manufacturer, known for its advanced cinematic cameras which have been used in shooting many movies and TV shows in Hollywood has set foot into an altogether new category of devices, smartphones! On Friday, RED announced the Hydrogen One dubbed as the “world’s first Holographic Media Machine”.

If that didn’t get your attention, the price almost certainly will. The RED Hydrogen One comes in two variants: Titanium and Aluminium for which enthusiasts will have to shell out $1,595 (approx. Rs.1,03,260) and $1,195 (approx. Rs.77,370) respectively.

RED boasts that its Holographic Media Machine will not require any kind of glasses to view content on the display. Speaking of which, the purported smartphone features a 5.7-inch holographic display which makes use of nanotechnology which is able to switch back and forth between 2D, 3D and holographic multi-view content.

According to the company, users will be able to watch 2D content at normal screen resolution along with RED Hydrogen 4-View (H4V) and stereo 3D content.

The RED Hydrogen One is also embedded with an “H3O algorithm” in the OS which will render multi-dimensional audio. It will be running on Android.

RED’s media machine will also come with high-speed data port which will enable users to attach modular accessories to it. RED says that these modular accessories include attachments for shooting higher quality videos and pictures as well has Hydrogen format holographic images.

The Hydrogen One will also be able to act as a dedicated control centre integrating with the company's camera portfolio.

Along with this, RED will be introducing a RED Channel dedicated to hosting all holographic content through which users will also be able to convert their videos or stream movies and play games.

The only specifications we have about RED Hydrogen One is that it has a 5.7-inch holographic display, a USB Type-C and expandable MicroSD card. RED didn’t reveal if they are including the battery with the purchase!

The Hydrogen One is expected to ship from Q1 2018.

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