How does the Shin Bet recruit spies for Israel. Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Israeli director Nadav Schirman about his new film The Green Prince The Green Prince is the real-life thriller that tells the story of one of Israel’s prized intelligence sources, recruited to spy on his own people for more than a decade. Focusing on the complex relationship with his handler, The Green Prince is a gripping account of terror, betrayal, and unthinkable choices, along with a friendship that defies all boundaries.
How can you utilize wearbale technologies to help people with visual impairments? Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Dr. Yonatan Wexler, Senior VP of R&D at ORCAM. ORCAM mission is to harness the power of artificial vision to assist the visually impaired. OrCam has created a technologically advanced device unique in its ability to provide visual aid through a discreet wearable platform and simple easy-to-use interface which serves to enhance the daily lives of people with vision loss. ORCAM gives independence.
Developed by leading minds in the Computer Vision and Machine Learning field, our team includes dedicated software, computer and electrical engineers, hardware design experts, and a first rate customer service team, which we’re proud to say includes sighted, low vision and blind team members.
Did you ever wonder how pizza stores make the perfect pie? Video blogger Aaron Herman visited Bravo Kosher Pizza on Trinity Place in NYC and got a first hand look at their unique pizzas and how to make the perfect pie.
What is the best way to find the best kosher restaurants around the globe? Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Elan Kornblum President and Publisher at GREAT KOSHER RESTAURANTS MAGAZINE about his new app and whats happening in the kosher restaurant industry.
How did Hamas create their vast terror tunnels? Video blogger Aaron Herman takes a look at the current situation Israel and how the global community is reacting th Operation Protective Edge.
Hamas has been sending hundreds of rockets each day into Israel. How does a community like sderot react to the constant attacks? Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Ilan Abecassis resident and school adminstrator in Sdeort.
Over the past several days Hamas has sent hundreds of rockets into Israel. You have 15 seconds from when you hear the siren to get to a bomb shelter. In some cases you might not hear the emergency siren. Red Alert : Israel is a apple and android app that gives instant notifications to users on where there has been an alert. Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Ari Sprung Android Developer at Curiyo about how the Red Alert : Israel is helping Israeli’s and others learn about rocket attacks throughout Israel . In addition to providing constant code red alerts from towns and communities across Israel, the app also has a social media element allowing users to write comments and share information about each new round of rocket fire. Red Alert; Israel has been working with YO founders to help expand the alert reach. By tapping into Yo, it’ll be simple for Yo users to start getting updates. And more importantly, it’ll expand Red Alert’s audience by making the alerts available wherever Yo is supported.
Did you ever wish for a crystal ball? How do you know if your food is fresh? With the help of Scio an Israeli start up you can explore matter like never before.Video Blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Dror Sharon CEO and Co-Founder of the Israeli start up Scio
Scio is based on the proven near-IR spectroscopy method. The physical basis for this material analysis method is that each type of molecule vibrates in its own unique way, and these vibrations interact with light to create a unique optical signature.
Scio includes a light source that illuminates the sample and an optical sensor called a spectrometer that collects the light reflected from the sample. The spectrometer breaks down the light to its spectrum, which includes all the information required to detect the result of this interaction between the illuminated light and the molecules in the sample. Spectrometers used for near-IR spectroscopy are normally found in scientific laboratories and are
very big and expensive. Designed for consumers, SCiO leverages a tiny spectrometer, designed from the ground up to be mass-produced at low cost. Consumer Physics achieved this advancement by reinventing the spectrometer around low-cost optics and advanced signal processing algorithms. To deliver relevant information in real time, Scio communicates the spectrum of the sample to a smartphone via Bluetooth, which in turn forwards it to a cloud-based service for review. Advanced algorithms utilize an updatable database to analyze the spectrum within milliseconds and deliver information about the analyzed sample back to the user’s smartphone in real time.