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Valspar Paint teamed with EnChroma—the makers of special glasses made for individuals who suffer from colorblindness—to create this short documentary showing for individuals experiencing colors for the first time. The EnChroma glasses cost around $349, but can be used to help many types of colorblindness ... Discuss

Apple’s next big move might be making-over your TV experience. An unnamed source told Buzzfeed News that a new device—set to be unveiled at the World Wide Developers Conference this summer—“isn’t just a play for a stake of the streaming TV market, but for the mythical digital living room.” As always, Apple is officially tight-lipped about product development, but a new TV, revolutionary home entertainment experience has been rumored since Steve Jobs was running the show. Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson wrote that before his death, Jobs said, “It would be seamlessly synced with all of your devices and with iCloud ... It will have the simplest user interface you could imagine. I finally cracked it.” Who knows how close the new device will be to Jobs’ original vision, but all signs are pointing to a big unveiling in June ... Discuss

Most of us will never get the chance to climb Mount Everest, but thanks to a new update to Google Street View, we can at least take a virtual hike on the world’s most famous mountain. Google teamed with a local Sherpa mountaineer to map and photograph the Khumbu area in Nepal, including paths to Mount Everest. Though the virtual tour doesn’t get you all the way to the summit, the look at life in the region and the views from the mountains are pretty incredible ... Discuss

This weekend at a SXSW tech gathering, The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) showed off two new innovations that could soon be used to help patients in West Africa suffering from the Ebola outbreak that has killed thousands. Along with a new biomedical suit from Johns Hopkins—which offers a safer and easier way for health care workers to treat Ebola patients—USAID revealed their new “smart Band-Aid” device. With the MultiSense Memory patch, which connects to a patient like a Band-Aid, doctors can measure all of a patient’s essential vital signs, around the clock, for days. USAID Center for Accelerating Innovation’s Wendy Taylor explained that the new technology is relatively cheap (about $100 per patch) and could be a “game changer” in the fight against the Ebola outbreak ... Discuss