Apple, Microsoft and WIMI Competes in the Hologram AR Market, Subverting the Interaction of VI

Hong Kong – With the advent of the technological era, technology has now been fully integrated into our lives. The traces of science and technology can be seen everywhere in our lives, which greatly promotes the development of the era of science and technology. In recent years, AR devices have begun to be used in people’s lives. Meanwhile, AR devices have begun to appear in our lives.

AR glasses have always been a hot technology product that people pay more attention to, because with the rapid development of the technology era, AR devices may eventually replace smartphones. The reason why AR glasses have attracted much attention is mainly that the semi-immersive technology of AR has subverted the way people interact with information in the past, allowing information and vision truly integrated and let us re-perceive the world.

Every day, we are accustomed to obtaining massive amounts of information by moving

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Predator-prey interaction study reveals more food does not always mean more consumption

Predator-prey interaction study reveals more food does not always mean more consumption
Winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) in Narragansett Bay. It is a flatfish native to coastal waters of the western North Atlantic coast from Labrador to Georgia, although it is less common south of Delaware Bay. It feeds on bottom-dwelling animals. Credit: NOAA Fisheries

Scientists at the NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center have developed an unusually rich picture of who is eating whom off the Northeastern United States. The findings, published recently in Fish and Fisheries, provide a close look at fish feeding habits for 17 fish species, predators, and their prey.


The predators are divided into 48 predator-size categories, and 14 prey species. Fish predators included Atlantic cod, Atlantic herring, haddock, goosefish, pollock, spiny dogfish, winter flounder, and yellowtail founder among others. Prey species included forage fish, squid, zooplankton, shrimp-like crustaceans, shellfish, brittle stars, sand dollars, and sea urchins.

“We have the largest, continuous dataset of fish feeding habits in

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