Harvard Study

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Jan 18, 2008 • References: sciencedaily
Change is good. Forced change by the government can be good too. One of the unanticipated spins off of switching TV signals go all digital is the possibility of enhancing the image for people with poor vision. At Harvard Medical School, Dr. Eli Peli, is working on such a project. The development involves changing the contrast on the television signal.

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