Dealing with demanding customers, negotiating distributors, we sometimes forget what we propose them… and how great it is.

The New Scientist, not really the poorest science magazine in town, announces that Japanese scientists managed to identify an object in 3D space using infrared with an accuracy of… 6%. Not 94% (like we initially read here), but 6%.

Sometimes it is good to bring back people to the reality of what we propose them and what is available elsewhere:

Ubiq’window can estimate an object distance in 3D space with an accuracy of 99,99%.