Love, like a sail ship travel brigitte tao, like a star, swimming in the sea level. The endless horizon framed. It looks so small. However, it conveys is another. It is a kind of belief, it was a kind of

persistent, that is a kind of yearning.
When wake up morning sunrise, behind the sun, it learned to laugh; The sensei dusk, curl diffused, it learned to cry; When a cloudless blue sky, a calm, it learned to calm; When coping with a cloud, when the

waves heinous, it learned to stray. Love, even if is not great, but it also taught our comprehension, redeemed lonely, let the soul to get practice.
However, we cannot love from life, even if it is ever been hurt. Because it is not just the pain and tears. Is more of a desire, and the pursuit of faith. Virtually, it is in this indifferent world of

mortals, weaving a dream. Let the withered heart was moist, mistaking the seeds of hope to irrigate, bloom the flowers. Then use the bursts of fragrance in our body, protect us, waiting for us. Maybe, this

is a kind of divine power, it's called love.
However, cigarettes and matches that don't call love, but is the use of each other. One is to be lit, one is to light, is toward the different purposes and interests and live. So also not who hurt who, just

hurt the love. In our life, this kind of false love is there. Many people for money or parents' pressure, to achieve a purpose, will form a marriage in a hurry, don't go to ignore whether both sides have a

common language. As a result, it looks more like a deal, but not love. Isn't there a love marriage, not play rascal?
The true love, it is hard to describe. It might be a little smile, it may be a simple greeting, it may be a selfless tolerance. You can't find it there. Only the two heart to meet, to interpret the feeling

between each other, to give it to firmly grasp.
Love, is a lonely watchers, in the rain, in the city, in the countryside, in the crowd. It will not words, or words mean. You once met, however, it can incarnate into a angel, bring you into the

sky; Go to see the golden rice waves of dancing with the wind, go to see the rainbow after the rain of the seven colors of color, to see the night intoxicating neon scene, go to see the weeds with the

fragrance of the flowers fragrant. Then, let your clasped hands, walking holding your happiness life.
In this short decades years, maybe we will miss a lot, but please don't miss this wonderful love. Today, so please take out your courage to the people you love have a chance to say: I love you!

To say I love literature, also from my high school days. At that time, my language result is good. Middle school a few years has been the whole grade of Chinese representative, and shall be responsible for the school's news reports, is scenery. What is not widespread at that time seems to videotape, meet the school held a big activity, must organize communication team to write articles, the school radio station broadcasting. So, we have a few pen name was called a loud, decades later the classmates talk about still relish!
Autumn when I was in track and field sports meeting, our Chinese teacher and I led more than 20 reporters communications report concludes the tens of thousands of articles snowflakes flew to the podium, the announcer repeated points out my name, I class the classmate cheers. It now that I think about it, the in the mind still warm.
Once, the teacher assigned to write a narrative, running I wrote a three thousand - word story. The next day in class, language teacher, is a tall, strong in such northwest man, picked up the red chalk painting a big red, delicate and charming red flowers next to write my name, and ruthlessly praised me. I remember the root face all red in the neck. Worse, later until I graduate, whether it's my class or outside class the classmate, see I ran after the call me "big red", shame me nowhere to hide.
It let me a lifetime of memories. I was - and the pursuit of literature, literary if life, I'm afraid with my Chinese teacher's love and encouragement are inseparable. Every time you relaxed, the teacher of the praise and enthusiasm eyes of seems to be just around the corner, inspires me let I can't give up. I want to say: teacher, although I haven't too much on the literature of accomplishment, but accompany me half literature. Literary let my life no longer lonely, let me have a spiritual, with literature this lifetime lover I will be lifelong pursuit. Especially today, when I was in the face of injustice, is literature, let me out of the predicament of spirit, is the literature, make me feel I am a useful person, is a man who can do something. So, my heart be appreciated, for literature.

If smartphone hardware rumors are on the money, and they are usually at least in the ballpark (with the exception of transparent, bendable phones; apparently forever doomed to be mocked up in Photoshop) — then a 3D depth sensor is coming to the front-facing camera of a handset near you in the not too distant future dermes.

Indeed, Apple has been rumored to be prepping to add such a sensor to its next flagship iPhone. Which is an educated guess — based on the company acquiring 3D sensor company PrimeSense, back in 2013. That and the fact rumors have been cranking up such an iPhone is coming this year.

But what’s the point of adding a Kinect-style depth sensor to a mobile device? There are lots of potential uses, of course, from gaming to augmented reality selfies to capturing and mapping 3D spaces. But one simple but practical use for this extra sensor would be 3D facial recognition for biometric authentication.

Just such a feature is set to be demoed at the MWC tradeshow in Shanghai this week — by SoftKinetic, the wholly owned Sony subsidiary which makes camera sensor modules, running on a Sony Xperia smartphone and using facial recognition software from a Swiss company called KeyLemon.

To be clear this is not the 2D ‘face unlock’ we’ve seen on Android smartphones for years (Google’s platform added a face unlock feature as far back as 2012, in Android 4.0). The point with 3D facial recognition is to provide a (more) spoof-proof biometric authentication — i.e. which can’t be fooled by holding up a 2D photo in front of the front-facing lens.

Nor could you — presumably — 3D-print an entire head and hope to fool the “near-infrared” sensor with a lump of moulded plastic (though you can bet the Chaos Computer Club will try).

One advantage of a 3D sensor powered facial biometric, according to a KeyLemon spokesman, is that non-frontal faces can be used for authentication — because the hardware captures a depth map. So there’s presumably more flexibility (and fewer fails) for the user, provided the enrollment of the biometric is robust.

“To sum up, you get a secured and convenient authentication method,” he said dermes.

How secure remains to be seen, of course. Biometrics on phones, such as 2D face and iris unlock/authentication, have proved to be about as secure as setting your password to “password”. But the additional depth sensor should, at least in theory, add an extra security layer to a facial biometric.

Apple’s iPhone already uses a fingerprint biometric for authentication and unlocking. Which has long been shown to be vulnerable to some fairly crude workarounds. So a 3D facial biometric would represent — at very least — a security upgrade on that low bar.

While there are some potential practical benefits for users too, as fingerprints can fail if your skin is especially dry or wet. Or you don’t want to have to touch your phone because you’re preparing food, for example.

Having a face-based option for authenticating on a mobile device could support entirely hands-free interactions — say if the phone is in a cradle you would just need your head to be visible to the sensor for unlocking (although that might also cause problems if you can accidentally authenticate just by having your face in frame).

Clearly a lot will depend on how such a feature is implemented.

On the privacy front, phone users who prefer to cover up the front-facing lens of their handset unless they’re actively using the camera might also find a facial biometric an unwelcome imposition.

But widespread implementation of 3D sensors in smartphone cameras is at least surely on the cards — given that Sony is a major supplier of image sensors to the industry. (Back in 2014 the company reportedly accounted for roughly 40 per cent.) And has apparently now managed to pack all the necessary sensing tech into a single, front-facing camera lens Enterprise VPN.

So expecting smartphone cameras to soon come with extra sensing powers seems a fairly safe bet.