Vizio Share your voice The 5.1-channel SB3651n and 2.1-channel SB3621n “pump out up to 100 dB” and also feature a slim subwoofer which can reach a claimed 50Hz. They feature integrated DTS Virtual:X for simulated surround effects. The SB2020n is designed for smaller rooms. Sarah Tew/CNET The $70 20-inch SB2020n is now the baby of Vizio’s range. The company suggests using the subwoofer-less speaker in smaller living areas.Update, May 21: Adds pricing, photos and additional information. 3:12 0 Now playing: Watch this: CES 2019 Three Vizio soundbars surround a Sony the company used for a comparison. Sarah Tew/CNET Vizio’s 2019 sound bars, which include two new Dolby Atmos models, are available from today with prices ranging between $70 and $700.The new crop follows the company’s first Atmos sound bars from late 2018 and is designed to fill in gaps between existing models which are mostly 46-inch bars.The full range includes five sound bars — four 36-inch models and a 20-incher — with the top two speakers including Dolby Atmos. SB36514 — 36-inch 5.1.4 Atmos sound bar: $700 SB36312 — 36-inch 3.1.2 Atmos (no surrounds): $470 SB3651n — 36-inch 5.1-channel sound bar: $250 (coming later in 2019) SB3621n — 36-inch 2.1-channel sound bar: $150 SB2020n — 20-inch 2.0-channel sound bar: $70 The 36-inch SB36514 fits neatly between the company’s $1k flagship and its excellent $500 SB36512. The new SB36514 features rear height surrounds and comes with a six-inch subwoofer. Meanwhile the new step-down SB36312 model includes a slim subwoofer that can be slid underneath furniture. Both speakers feature up-firing drivers for overhead effects in Dolby Atmos-encoded content. The $700 Vizio SB36512 offers Atmos compatibility and a 6-inch subwoofer. Sarah Tew/CNET All of the speakers offer Bluetooth support while the Atmos models SB36514 and SB36312 include “voice-control support for Google Assistant, allowing users to control their sound bars using only their voice.” In addition the models include Chromecast built-in for multiroom streaming support. Tags Post a comment Speakers Vizio debuts TVs with local dimming, quantum dots, AirPlay…
A girl who was burned in an arson attack at a nursery school in Brazil succumbed to her wounds on Saturday, bringing the overall death toll to nine people.The four-year-old girl had been transferred to a hospital in Belo Horizonte , the state capital of Minas Gerais, some 370 miles (600 kilometers) north of the small town of Janauba where the attack occurred, according to Folha de Sao Paulo, a local newspaper.A security guard at the nursery sprayed his young victims with alcohol before setting fire to the building. He himself died from burns a few hours later.According to local authorities, he had suffered from mental health issues since 2014.In total, eight four-year-old children were killed, along with a teacher aged 43. Another 40 people were treated at three hospitals in the region.Dozens gathered for the first funerals of victims at a cemetery in Janauba on Friday afternoon, according to an AFP photographer.Small white coffins were opened for a few minutes as devastated family members wept.”What has happened is inexplicable. I have no words. When I heard about the fire on the radio, I immediately thought of my grandchildren. I was sure something had happened to them,” said Antonio Pereira da Silva, who buried his granddaughter.The mayor of Janauba declared seven days of mourning, while Brazil’s President Michel Temer expressed his solidarity with the victims of the “tragedy.”
The unrest shows no sign of slowing down. Another demonstration was called for midday Wednesday in which Maduro’s opponents planned to try again to march downtown to deliver a message to the nation’s ombudsman, whose job is to stand up for citizens’ rights but who the opposition has tagged the “defender of the dictator.”Venezuela’s chief prosecutor, Luisa Ortega Diaz, on Tuesday put a spotlight on the extent of the violence, saying more than 400 people had been injured and nearly 1,300 detained since the protests began in response to a Supreme Court ruling last month that stripped the opposition-controlled congress of much of its powers.April 26th: Pictures of today’s protest #Venezuela pic.twitter.com/nS2d2mmQZO— Antonio (@antonioscastles) April 26, 2017 Video Playerhttps://cdn.hpm.io/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/26141709/0426VZLA.mp400:0000:0000:57Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Share No country has ever withdrawn from the OAS since it was created in 1948 and it’s not clear how complicated the process would be.As a counter to the OAS gathering, Rodriguez said her government was seeking a meeting next week of another regional group — the Community of Latin American and Caribbean states, which was championed as a rival to the OAS by the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. It excludes Canada and the U.S.#Venezuela warns could leave OAS regional group https://t.co/jYF5glAbk7 pic.twitter.com/msp7fAf8A8— Reuters Venezuela (@ReutersVzla) April 26, 2017Earlier Tuesday, Maduro sang revolutionary ballads before delivering an address to supporters that didn’t tone down his combative rhetoric. He said he was willing to do whatever it took, “even give my life,” to pursue socialist policies that he said are meant to help and protect the nation’s working class.“There is only one destiny for Venezuela,” he said. “The victory of the revolution.”Government supporters march near the Plaza Morelos in Caracas, Venezuela. #26A pic.twitter.com/NiuL3B5tFB— teleSUR English (@telesurenglish) April 26, 2017 Venezuela volunteer medics heal wounded in protests https://t.co/4rsoPQlmiW pic.twitter.com/Ccfd2ZFntz— FRANCE 24 (@FRANCE24) April 26, 2017Prison Affairs Minister Iris Varela said Tuesday that the violence erupted at Puente Ayala penitentiary in Anzoategui state. Her comments were published in the regional newspaper El Tiempo.eNCA | Deadly clashes erupt in Venezuelan prison: official https://t.co/OfOleCOtx9 pic.twitter.com/WGezpuJPEW— eNCA (@eNCA) April 26, 2017“Right-wing terrorists have once again left Venezuelan families grieving in their continuous spiral of violence,” Interior Minister Nestor Reverol said in a nationwide broadcast.The swell of protests is the most violent in economically struggling Venezuela since two months of anti-government demonstrations in 2014 that resulted in dozens of deaths. Maduro has called for renewed dialogue, but opposition leaders have discarded that as an option after earlier talks collapsed in December.Is the endgame near for Venezuela’s Maduro? https://t.co/KwZi8CsXBY pic.twitter.com/zszCwRxmTB— Univision News (@UnivisionNews) April 26, 2017 CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela is threatening to pull out of the Organization of American States as the socialist government’s response to political unrest that has been blamed for 26 deaths in recent weeks draws rebuke from the hemisphere’s major powers.#Venezuela | Can a Revived Opposition Stop Venezuela’s Authoritarian Slide? https://t.co/HntrImjWwA by @WPReview pic.twitter.com/mh1dGDNbgf— CIJA (@thecija) April 26, 2017Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez said on state TV late Tuesday that she had been instructed by President Nicolas Maduro to initiate the country’s withdrawal from the Washington-based OAS if the region’s foreign ministers hold a meeting on the country’s crisis without his administration’s backing.Her comments came hours before envoys to the OAS were scheduled to meet Wednesday to debate a proposal by Mexico, Brazil, the U.S. and 13 other nations to convene a special meeting of foreign ministers to discuss Venezuela’s “situation.””Hunger”. Enough said #Venezuela pic.twitter.com/BGmvEtCJEL— Antonio (@antonioscastles) April 26, 2017
More information: arxiv.org/abs/1107.5793 Source: Wikipedia © 2010 PhysOrg.com Explore further Analyzing Effects Of Hoops Ball Hog In the sport of basketball players are constantly faced with the choice of whether to shoot for the hoop when a shot opportunity arises or to hold on to the ball and hope a better opportunity will arise. Now a theoretical physicist from the University of Minnesota in the US has analyzed the problem mathematically and determined the best strategy. Citation: Basketball shot selection analyzed mathematically (2011, August 5) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-08-basketball-shot-mathematically.html Graduate student Brian Skinner decided to analyze basketball shot selection after hearing about traffic flow research that reached the unexpected conclusion that average commuting time could be reduced by road closures that force drivers to travel by routes they would otherwise avoid in order to try to minimize their own commuting time. The traffic flow diagrams reminded Skinner, an enthusiastic fan of basketball, of diagrams of the flow of basketball players in a game. The surprising conclusion also reminded him of a basketball theory named after Patrick Ewing, a high-scoring basketball player. When the games of Ewing’s team were analyzed it was discovered that the team won more games if the big-scoring Ewing was absent.Skinner realized that most of the mathematical equations and variables used in analyzing traffic flow could also be applicable to basketball and the movement of the ball in the game. His analysis, published at arXiv.org, concentrated on the movement of the ball as it approached the hoop.Skinner’s model aimed to find out how likely the shot is to go in before the player should make the shot. Shots more likely to go in were classed as higher quality shots, and the model assumed that the quality of shot opportunities falls randomly. The mathematical model demonstrated the optimal strategy for scoring the maximum points is for the team to take their time and concentrate on making high quality shots as long as there is sufficient time remaining for the shot. The model also concluded that a team playing a faster game and having twice the shot opportunities of its rival should not have double the shooting rate, but taking more time and being more selective about which shots to take would give them the biggest advantage. So, for example, if the slower team shoots at an average rate of 20 seconds, the team playing twice as fast should not shoot every 10 seconds but should take an extra three seconds on average, giving a shooting rate of 13 seconds. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
Tamana along with the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) organised its annual fashion show on September 15, titled ‘Unity in Diversity’. The event was co-hosted by Hyatt Regency Delhi.The event commenced with a live heart warming performance by Diwakar of Sa Re Ga Ma Little Champs and Kenji Hiramatsu. Ambassador of Japan to India graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.The show began with an inclusion walk where Patricia Hiramatsu, wife of Kenji Hiramatsu, Harinder Singh Sidhu, High Commissioner of Australia and Joanna Kempkers, High Commissioner of New Zealand to India walked the ramp. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe children of Tamana exuded confidence while walking along with the models wearing ensembles created by FDCI designers – 11.11 CellDsgn, Alpana Neeraj, Amit Aggarwal, Kiran Uttam Ghosh, Nitin Bal Chauhan, Payal Pratap Singh, Rajesh Pratap Singh and Rimzim Dadu, along with other designers – Asha Gautam by Gautam Gupta and Asha Rani Gupta, Ridhi Arora and Namita Bansal.What made this years’ event extra special is that for the first time the ensembles designed and manufactured by the differently-abled at the sublimation unit at Tamana’s Skill Development Centre debuted on the catwalk.The evening concludedwith Tamana Chona, dressed in Amit Aggarwal, expressing her gratitude to the distinguished audience at the show along with actress Soundarya Sharma in Alpana Neeraj ensemble. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveDr Shayama Chona, Founder and President, Tamana said,”The fascinating fashion show promoting ‘We are One’ irrespective of intellectual and physical differences is wonderfully put by Tamana, FDCI and Hyatt. According to me, these kids are born with a mission to remind us that we may have everything, but they are much greater in their purity of heart.”Entitled as the Crusader of Inclusion by Tamana, Sunil Sethi, President FDCI said, “I am delighted to be a part of an event that celebrates inclusion in the most graceful manner, driving home the point that all humans are equal. Dr.Shayama Chona has done wonders with Tamana, an organisation that works selflessly for the specially-abled.”