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Virtusphere full body immersion virtual reality

March 27, 2010

Virtusphere | Virtusphere develops and markets a locomotion platform that allows users to be completely immersed into their interactive virtual experience. How it works: Virtusphere consists of a 10-foot hollow sphere, which is placed on a special platform that allows the sphere to rotate freely in any direction according to the user’s steps. Wearing a wireless, head-mounted display the user is able to walk and run being immersed into virtual… read more

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Lifenaut

September 18, 2010

Lifenaut

The latest video update of Bina48 robot (first seen in the New York Times online video). She is part of the LifeNaut.com project and first came to life three months ago.

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Time | 10 questions for Stephen Hawking

February 26, 2011

Stephen Hawking

Time | The renowned physicist has a new book, The Grand Design. Stephen Hawking will now take your questions.

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Science Bytes | Blueprint for the brain

February 5, 2012

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Science Bytes | How can three pounds of jelly inside our skulls enable us to do everything that makes us human? For centuries, scientists have been fascinated and puzzled by the mysterious workings of the brain. Now, for the first time, they can re-create in the computer the shapes of every one of the billions of nerve cells that make up our brains, the component parts of the intricate neural… read more

Peter Norvig: The 100,000-student classroom

November 4, 2012

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In the fall of 2011 Peter Norvig taught a class with Sebastian Thrun on artificial intelligence at Stanford attended by 175 students in situ — and over 100,000 via an interactive webcast. He shares what he learned about teaching to a global classroom.

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Anthony Atala, M.D., discusses tissue engineering at TEDMED 2009

January 23, 2010

Anthony Atala , M.D., Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, discusses advances in tissue engineering at TEDMED 2009.

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Honda short film Mobility 2088

March 3, 2010

HONDA | Ever since the dawn of man, mobility has been central to our growth and freedom as a civilization. There have always been places to go and people to see, greener pastures, bluer skies and undiscovered lands. But what about the future of mobility? We ask some of the great thinkers of our generation how people will get around in 80 years. From the hope of hydrogen to the… read more

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Google’s voice search mobile app

August 12, 2010

Google’s Mobile App has a “search by voice” feature: speak your queries instead of typing.

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IBM: Watson sparring matches — pop culture performance

February 13, 2011

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IBM | During its training against former champions, Watson, the IBM computer system designed to play Jeopardy!, was constantly updated on popular music, movies, television and pop culture references in order to be competitive in these categories. Watch Watson tackle pop culture references during these sparring matches. Enormous amounts of data are generated every day in the financial industry. The deep analytics of Watson, the IBM computer system designed to play… read more

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IDG Computerworld | Telenoid robot attempts emotions

May 16, 2011

Telenoid robot

IDG Computerworld | Conveying physical emotions through a phone call or email is difficult, but researchers from Japan’s Osaka University, in collaboration with the Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute, have developed a robot called Telenoid that they think can do just that.

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BAE Systems | Tanks test infrared invisibility cloak

December 30, 2011

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ITN | The company behind a new so-called “invisibility cloak” says it will help protect tanks from heat-seeking missiles.

BAE Systems | Unlike traditional camouflage systems which rely on paint or nets to hide vehicles, ADAPTIV can instantly blend a vehicle into its background. The system can also be used on ships and fixed installations, allowing them to stay undetected by enemy surveillance units. With the ADAPTIV system installed,… read more

Google Science Fair 2012: How can robots aid scientific research?

March 14, 2012

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At Google Science Fair, Scientists from Cambridge University talk about using LEGO MINDSTORMS to aid their research.

Prized Science | Peter Wolynes: untangling protein folding

November 9, 2012

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Peter Wolynes, winner of the 2012 ACS Award in Theoretical Chemistry, spent his career untangling the process of protein folding and discovered a process through which these chain molecules tumble into shape. His discovery may help usher in new techniques for personalized medicine and reveal how protein mutations affect the body.

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NASA Johnson Style (Gangnam Style Parody)

December 22, 2012

NASA Johnson Style

NASA Johnson Style is a volunteer outreach video project created by the students of NASA’s Johnson Space Center. It was created as an educational parody of Psy’s Gangnam Style. The lyrics and scenes in the video have been re-imagined in order to inform the public about the amazing work going on at NASA and the Johnson Space Center.

Special thanks to astronauts Tracy Caldwell Dyson, Mike Massimino and Clay… read more

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“New York Nearest Subway” augmented reality iPhone 3GS app by acrossair

January 25, 2010

“acrossair brings you ‘Nearest Tube’, one of the first augmented reality apps to go live in the iPhone AppStore. The app tells New Yorkers where their nearest subway station is via their iPhones video function. When you load the app, holding it flat, all lines of the New York subway are displayed in colored arrows. By tilting the phone upwards, you will see the nearest stations: what direction they are… read more

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