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JUNE 7 - JUNE 13, 2014
New Tablet is a portable
augmented reality sketch pad that
allows you to create designs that appear
to hover in the air overhue tablet.
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gii ma king, new hologram projector chip . (r
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MIT Students create solar panels that
work in the shade and can recover
double the energy compared to
existing power optimization methods.
Google buys satellite company
Skybox Imaging for to use the
world' s smallest high resolution
satellites to act as a relay to spread
wireless internet across the world.
INTERNET
Researcher develops system that allows
people to move objects with their mind
by processing thoughts and then
translating them into a command.
New emotion sensing robot that can
recognize expressions and voice tones
to go on sale in japan next year for
ROBOTICS
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#3 - namdelliks (06/14/2014) [+] (7 replies)
One step closer.
User avatar #2 - huntergriff ONLINE (06/13/2014) [-]
what a time to be alive ***** .
#4 - anonymous (06/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
no warp drive idea that could possibly bend space and allow us to travel over light speed
#5 to #4 - jaked ONLINE (06/14/2014) [-]
No, because the Alcubierre drive concept has been around for ages.
#18 - betesta (06/14/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Coming soon in the future near you
Coming soon in the future near you
User avatar #6 - the fuzzball (06/14/2014) [-]
emotions and robots should not go together. srsly, how many movies do we have to make before scientists stop trying to kill us.
User avatar #16 - freebrainsforall (06/14/2014) [-]
The neurotech one is almost decade old technology.
#15 - angelusprimus (06/14/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I am very sceptical about hologram one.
ways to fake it have been around for a very long time, like Tupac reflective glass that's been around since 19th century.
real hologram would have to be projected in voxels, for example, a standard 24 bits per pixel, 1024×768 resolution, flat/2D display requires about 135 MB/s to be sent to the display hardware to sustain 60 frames per second, whereas a 24 bits per voxel, 1024×768×1024 (1024 "pixel layers" in the Z axis) volumetric display would need to send about three orders of magnitude more (135 GB/s) to the display hardware to sustain 60 volumes per second.
In short, it will have to be either tiny or have pathetic resolution and still not work very well, because bandwidth demands are huge.
User avatar #12 - trojanmannn (06/14/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I feel like i've seen a lot of these and yet I haven't seen one of the techs put into circulation
#7 - anonymous (06/14/2014) [-]
Hi iscrewbabies How do you do? ;)
User avatar #1 - platinuminfernape (06/13/2014) [-]
I can now draw dicks with the power of 3d mapping.
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