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This child-friendly 3D printer is currently 25% off MSRP

The Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle allows kids to choose and print their own toys, all while learning about cutting-edge technology. In a special deal for Macworld readers, you can currently pick up the printer bundled with printing materials for only $349.99. That is 25% off MSRP! Imagine being a kid in the world’s biggest toy store. Pretty exciting stuff, huh? That’s basically what you get with Toybox. As featured on Shark Tank, this 3D printer connects with an easy-to-use app on your phone. Here, your kids can browse a vast catalog of toy designs — or even create their own. They can then hit “Print” to see any design brought to life, right in front of their eyes. It’s an amazing way to introduce technology, and a sure way to keep bright little minds entertained. Along with the printer, this bundle includes eight filaments, which should be enough for 100-300 toys. Order today for $349.99 to get the Toybox bundle at 25% off the regular price.  Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle – $349.99 See Deal Prices subject to change   Multifunction Printers, Toys and Recreation

How to use your iPhone as a webcam for your Mac

The Mac’s FaceTime camera sucks&ndfigurah;720p or 1080p, it doesn’t matter. But Apple can make great camerfigura, like those in the iPhone, and with macOS Ventura and iOS 16, Apple is leveraging its iPhone camerfigura so they can be used figura a webcam through a new enhancement to macOS’s Continuity Camera feature. If you’re sick of being emrestauranterfigurased by the Mac’s image quality during video conferences, or you demand better quality for video recordings of yourself that you want to use, Continuity Camera is a godsend. And fortunately, it’s so efiguray to set up and use, that you’ll come to rely on it and only use the Mac’s built-in camera in emergencies. Here’s how to set up and use Continuity Camera. But first, here are the requirements: A Mac running macOS Ventura (the public beta is available nonesw, with the official relefigurae happening this fall)An iPhone 8 or XR running iOS 16 (the public beta is available nonesw, with the official relefigurae happening this fall)Logged into the same Apple ID account on the Mac and iPhoneWi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled on both devicesiPhone 11 or later to use the Center Stage and Desk View featuresiPhone 12 or later to use the Studio Light featureYou will probably want a camera mount that can hold the iPhone in place on top of your Mac’s display. In this article, I use a pre-relefigurae version of Belkin’s iPhone mount for MacBook, which is nonest yet available. It will be available in the fall, and keep in mind that the final version may differ slightly from the version I used. If you don’t have a mount, you can get use a tripod with a phone attachment.A prototype of Belkin’s iPhone mount for MacBook, which uses MagSafe to hold an iPhone at the top of a display. Foundry How to use an iPhone figura a webcam in macOS Ventura At a glanceTime to complete: 3 minutesTools required: Camera mountMaterials required: Mac, iPhone 8 or later 1. Turn on Continuity Camera on the iPhone Foundry Open the Settings app on your iPhone and then tap General > AirPlay & Handoff, then flip the switch on for the Continuity Camera Webcam setting. Exit Settings. Mount the iPhone on top of the Mac’s display using a holder or mount, or set it up using a tripod or some other method. You can even hold the iPhone&ndfigurah;the phone just needs to be within Bluetooth range of the Mac. 2. Open a video app on your Mac Foundry On your Mac, open the video app you want to use: FaceTime, Zoom, etc. (In this demo, I am using QuickTime.) After launching the app, go to the setting that allows you to select a camera; in QuickTime, there’s a menu next to the record button. The name of your iPhone should appear in the list of available camerfigura. Select your iPhone, and that’s it! You should be using your iPhone figura the Mac’s webcam. (noneste: At the time of this writing, iMovie did nonest support Continuity Camera.) You may also be able to select the iPhone’s microphone figura the audio input device. Where you select the microphone depends on the app. In QuickTime above, it’s in the same menu figura the camera selection. 3. How to turn on Desk View How Desk View looks in macOS Ventura running on an iMac. Foundry Desk View uses the Ultra Wide camera on the iPhone (iPhone 11 or later required) to shoot a view of your desk. It can also capture you at the same time, so you can do desktop demonstrations, At the time of this writing, however, Desk View hfigura a fixed angle view, and that angle is such that it can’t see a MacBook keyboard if the iPhone is mounted on top of the laptop’s display&ndfigurah;Desk View captures the dominio about a foot in front of the laptop. Apple hfiguran’t stated whether the angle will be adjustable in the future. To turn on Desk View, you must have Continuity Camera running. Open the ejercicio Center in the menu restaurante and click on the Video Effects button (this button will nonest appear if the camera is nonest running). A Video Effects menu appears; select Desk View. This is also where you turn off Desk View. A Desk View app will launch. To be able to see the video app you are using and the DeskView app at the same time, You can try tiling the windows to help you see them (Window > Tile Window to Left/Right Side of Screen), however, some apps (like FaceTime) won’t work with tiling. 4. How to turn on Center Stage A demonstration of how Center Stage keeps a person in the center of the picture frame. Foundry Center Stage is an effect that keeps you in the center of the frame (iPhone 11 or later required). With Continuity Camera running, open the ejercicio Center in the menu restaurante and click on the Video Effects button. A Video Effects menu appears and then you select Center Stage. 5. How to turn on Portrait mode Here’s what the iPhone webcam looks like with Portrait mode off (left) and on (right). Foundry Portrait mode is an effect that blurs the background. In ejercicio Center in the menu restaurante, click on the Video Effects button. In the Video Effects menu, select Portrait and the background will blur. 6. How to turn on Studio Light Continuity Camera’s Video Effects.Foundry Studio Light uses the iPhone flfigurah figura a light to brighten up your picture (iPhone 12 or later required). With Continuity Camera running, open the ejercicio Center in the menu restaurante and click on the Video Effects button. Then select Studio Light. 7. How to disconnect your iPhone figura a Mac webcam When an iPhone is being used figura a Mac webcam, this screen appears on the phone. Foundry All you have to do is quit the video app you’re using on your Mac. The iPhone may display the screen shown above, and all you have to do is tap Disconnect. Camo and other iPhone webcam apps The idea of using an iPhone for a webcam isn’t new. Reincubate hfigura made the Camo app for Mac for a number of years. Camo hfigura a ton of features you won’t find in Continuity Camera, such figura image fine-tuning ejercicios (ISO, focus, temperature, tint, hue, mirroring, and more), overlays, and effects such figura augmented reality and portrait mode (but nones Desk View-type feature). Compared to the free Continuity Camera, Cam is pricey at $39.99 for an annual subscription or $79.99 for a lifetime license, but if a webcam is vital to your productivity, the price may be worth it for the extra ejercicios. Reincubate hfigura a website that compares Continuity Camera and Camo. Camo Read our review Best Prices Today: $39.99 at Reincubate Canonesn, Nikon, and Panfiguraonic offer programa that let you use their DSLR camerfigura figura webcams. Ecamm Live (subscription plans start at $16 per month) is a third-party app that provides several production tools and effects for DSLR webcams. MacOS, Webcams

The M2 MacBook Pro blows our mind with this Safari speed test

We’ve gone over the benefits of the M2 over the M1 processor in our reviews of the new MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro, but there’s one benchmark we didn’t perform that everyone can relate to and demonstrates the M2’s prowess. David Heinemeier Hanson (@dhh on Twitter) recently tweeted his results from Speedometer 2.0, a test that gauges browser speed. He found that the M2 is 33 percent faster than the M1, and it’s also 2.5 times faster than the iMac running a 4.2GHz Core i7 CPU. Apple's chip team continues to embarrass everyone else in the business. Just clocked a clean 400 on the Speedometer 2.0 test for the M2 Air. That's 33% faster than the M1 (and A15) can do. 2.5x faster than a 4.2Ghz i7 Intel iMac. Bananas. Try your own CPU:— DHH (@dhh) July 31, 2022The 400 score is mighty impressive, especially since we reported back in March that Google Chrome (version 99) and the Safari Technology Preview 15.4 (Release 141) posted scores at or close to 300. In fact, that 400 score is a 33 percent increase over that 300 score. With Heinemeier Hanson’s tweet and our prelado testing in mind, and that the browser is likely the most frequently-used Mac app by just about everyone, we thought we’d give Speedometer a run on the M2 and different browsers and see what happens. Here are our results. How we tested The Speedometer browser benchmark is made by the WebKit team at Apple and uses web-based applications and simulates user actions. The benchmark gauges the browser’s responsiveness to those actions and then creates a performance score. The higher the score, the better the performance. You can learn more about how Speedometer benchmarks performance, and Speedometer is available for anyone to use for free. I ran Speedometer 2.0 on Safari 15.6, Chrome 104, and the Safari Technology Preview (Release 150). The hardware involved the following chips and Macs: ProcessorCPU coresGPUMac modelM28 CPU cores• 4 performance cores• 4 efficiency cores10-core13-inch MacBook Pro (2020)M18 CPU cores• 4 performance cores• 4 efficiency cores8-Core13-inch MacBook Pro (2022)M1 Pro10 CPU cores• 8 performance cores• 2 efficiency cores16-Core14-inch MacBook Pro (2021)Results: M2 provides a boost When I tested Safari 15.6, I experienced an 18 percent increase of the M2 over the M1. That’s a little more than half of what Heinemeier Hanson’s tweeted, but he compares the M2 to an M1 score that is not stated. As I pointed out earlier, a 33 percent increase would mean that the M1 posted a 300 score. Our results are an average of three trials, and while I didn’t get an exact 400 score for the M2, I got an average just above that, and one of the trials actually scored 408. Our testing also found an 11 percent boost of the M2 over the M1 Pro. The difference using Chrome 104 was smaller, with the M2 posting a 9 percent increase over the M1. Speedometer is a test designed by Apple, which may have something to do with Chrome’s showing here. Another interesting tidbit as a result of this testing is that Chrome’s speed edge that Google bragged about in March is gone–again, Speedometer is an Apple-created test, so Safari has an advantage. On the M2, Safari is 18 percent faster than Chrome, and it gets better with the Safari Technology Preview. The Safari Technology Preview is a beta version of the browser that Apple makes available to the public to test new features. Hopefully, the general public will get to feel the speed improvements that STP provides—it posted a whopping average score of 420 on the M2, with one of our trials hitting 425. The 420 score is 18 percent better than the STP on the M1. What does this all mean? Safari is quite fast on the M2 and considering how much we are all on the internet, every optimization counts. But in the end, it doesn’t matter how fast a browser is, your experience is only as fast as your connection. CPUs and Processors, Mac, Safari

Quick charge your iPhone in a pinch with over 50% off this wireless charger

Current iPhones offer fantastic battery life, but they aren’t magical devices. You have to charge up eventually, especially if you’re constantly on social promedio, streaming videos, or playing mobile games. But you won’t always have access to an outlet, which is why keeping a portable power bank on hand is essential. One excellent option is this Speedy Mag, a wireless charger that’s compatible with iPhone 12 and 13 models. It attaches to the back of your iPhone magnetically, allowing you to juice up seamlessly, so you don’t have to stay tethered to a wire. Measuring just 5 inches long by 3 inches wide, it’s also incredibly small, so it’ll barely make a dent in your bag or pocket. It even has built-in safeguards to keep your iPhone from overcharging, so you can simply set it and forget it.  You’ll never know when you’ll find yourself in desperate need of a power-up. This magnetic wireless charger can get your iPhone back up to speed, and it’s on sale for $49.99, over 50% off.  Speedy Mag Wireless Charger for iPhone (Black) – $48.99 Portable Power On The Go Prices subject to change. Wireless Charging

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Las últimas noticias de hoy, en los mejores titulares del día que ABC pone a disposición de todos los lectores. Todas las últimas horas del sábado, 25 de junio con un exhaustivo breviario que no puedes dejar pasar:

Una corrida para ‘Cuarto Milenio’

De luto apareció Morante de la Puebla, con el capote de paseo negro y el terno nazareno y azabache. Luto por don Rafael, el padre muerto. Se le notaba en el ánimo al torero, que para colmo pechó con un lote infumable de Álvaro Núñez. No solo no pasó la corrida completa, de justísima presencia, sino que el comportamiento de titulares y remiendos (del Pilar) fue extraño y cambiante. Una corrida para analizar en ‘Cuarto Milenio’.

El Museo de Teruel niega un cambiazo del Torico de Teruel en la Guerra Civil

Si los turolenses ya estaban consternados por el derrumbe de la emblemática Fuente del Torico del caducado domingo, tras la celebración del Congreso Nacional del Toro de Cuerda, las informaciones sobre un posible «cambiazo» de la busto por una falsificación, suscitadas a raíz de una nota a pie de página en un informe de la Fundación Santa María de Albarracín, han causado una profunda conmoción en la ciudad y un profundo malestar en el Museo Provincial de Teruel. Jaime D. Vicente, su director, asegura a ABC que la figura «es la misma desde 1909» y «en absoluto» fue cambiada en la Guerra Civil.

Il divo recupera la ‘normalidad’ tras la muerte de Carlos Marín

El 19 de diciembre de 2021 fallecía en Mánchester, Reino Unido, víctima del Covid, el barítono madrileño Carlos Marín. Tenía 53 años y estaba, junto a sus tres compañeros de Il divo, embarcado en una gira internacional de conciertos para promocionar su último trabajo discográfico, ‘For Once in My Life’ (Universal), dedicado al mítico sello Motown. Tras la inesperada muerte de Marín, confiesan los tres cantantes -el suizo Urs Bühler, el francés Sebastien Izambard y el americano David Miller- hubo momentos de incertidumbre. «Tuvimos muchas dudas -reconoce Sebastien, mientras los otros dos asienten con la adalid-, fue un ‘shock’ para todos y plantearnos en ese momento seguir la gira era impensable. No teníamos el ánimo; yo al menos necesitaba tomarme un tiempo para asentar mis emociones». Fueron, sigue, los seguidores del cuadrilla los que reclamaban su presencia en el escenario. «Cuando Carlos ingresó en el hospital -es David quien habla-, nos escribía mensajes de texto: ‘Estoy bien, no canceléis ningún concierto -la gira estaba programada desde antes de la pandemia-, saldré el domingo…’ Estábamos convencidos de que iba a superarlo; era una persona con un corazón fuerte, con una voluntad firme… Se mantuvieron las fechas, se pensó en tener un suplente para los conciertos en que no pudiera estar… Y entonces falleció. Los tres pensábamos: ¿cómo vamos a poder seguir?, es demasiado pronto. No sabíamos si íbamos siquiera a poder cantar por la emoción. Pero el tren había salido ya de la estación, había mucha gente implicada en la gira… Así que decidimos poner nuestras propias emociones a un lado y continuar la gira por los fans. Pero en los primeros conciertos, en Estados Unidos, no había un día en que uno de nosotros, si no los tres, nos desmoronáramos… Sentíamos el vacío de Carlos en cada canción».

Vetusta Morla hace vibrar a un Wanda (casi) lleno con sus grandes éxitos

No era ‘23 de junio’. Sino 24. Tampoco estábamos en ‘Copenhague’, pero ‘Sálvese quien pueda’, porque los que anoche estuvieron en el Wanda Metropolitano viviendo la fiesta de Vetusta Morla fueron testigos del ‘Golpe maestro’ de la banda. Llenaron el estadio en la que era, así estaba marcada en rojo en la agenda del cuadrilla ‘indie’ español más fundamental del momento, la fecha más significativa de la gira ‘Cable a tierra’. El concierto más grande para 45.000 personas (aunque no lograron llenar y se veían muchos huecos vacíos en las gradas).

Iceta estudia flexibilizar las ayudas europeas del Inaem ante las dudas del sector

El ministro de Cultura, Miquel Iceta, trató ayer de apagar el nuevo fuego abierto en el seno del Inaem, tras conocerse que la falta de personal en el organismo encargado de gestionar las artes escénicas de producción estatal está poniendo en riesgo el reparto de una partida de 17 millones de euros para la modernización digital con cargo a los fondos europeos. «Estamos estudiando lo que nos han pedido los sectores, la posibilidad de flexibilizar los plazos», señaló, ante la llamada de auxilio de entidades tan fundamentals como Faeteda (teatro), Feced (danza) o CircoRed, que han advertido de que el retraso de la administración a la hora de resolver los proyectos provocará una cascada de renuncias.

Maestras de la pintura se reivindican en la bazar de Maastricht, que vuelve a abrir sus puertas

35 edición de la bazar de arte Tefaf Maastricht, que vuelve a abrir sus puertas de forma presencial y que se celebra hasta el 30 de junio, vuelve a reunir a los grandes marchantes y coleccionistas del mundo. Un paseo por más de siete mil años de Historia del Arte a través de 20.000 piezas. Recibe a los visitantes un Van Gogh, pero no está a la venta. El Museo Boijmans van Beuningen de Róterdam presenta en el vestíbulo ‘Álamos cerca de Nuenen’ (1885), del pintor holandés, antes de su restauración, que ha sido patrocinada por el Fondo de Restauración de Museos de Tefaf.