updated 02:30 pm EDT, Mon September 23, 2013
iPad as concussion diagnostic tool in Pennsylvania
A new iPad tool that can help evaluate and manage concussions has started to make its way into doctor's office in 20 western Pennsylvania counties. As reported by The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the C3 Logix system uses a number of the iPad's features, such as gyroscopic and motion data, to help gauge a person's balance, reaction time, motor function and vision, and memory and processing time. Currently, the system is used by more than 50 schools in northeastern Ohio -- and a new plan from Allegheny Health will see the system roll out to five pilot districts before making its way to 16 high schools.
PhotoSense gains new batch EXIF editing options
VeprIT has announced the launch of Photo Sense 1.11.0, the latest version of its batch image editor for the Mac. The software includes a number of tools for enhancing images that can automatically be applied to any number of images. Version 1.11.0 introduces a new batch image EXIF/IPTC metadata editor, as well as integration with Resize Sense and Watermark Sense. Other changes include the ability to save TIFF files without LZW compression, behavior and interface improvements, and fixes for several minor bugs. PhotoSense is a $34 purchase from either the company's website or the Mac App Store.