Menu

Blog

Page 10119

Sep 3, 2016

Interesting Futurism Animation 35

Posted by in category: futurism

Read more

Sep 3, 2016

9 reasons why the Lincoln Navigator concept car is a glimpse into the future

Posted by in categories: futurism, transportation

Lincoln’s Navigator concept car is loaded with high-tech features that we’ll likely see in future models.

Read more

Sep 3, 2016

This Wristband Lets You Talk Through Your Fingertips

Posted by in category: futurism

This wristband lets you take phone calls through your fingers.

Read more

Sep 3, 2016

Baidu Can Now Test Its Self-Driving Cars In California

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

The California DMV has just given Baidu its Autonomous Vehicle Testing Permit, clearing it to test its self-driving tech in California streets.

Google has been one of the first and one of the most senior in the companies developing autonomous driving technology. But “another Google” is looking to catch up in the field.

Continue reading “Baidu Can Now Test Its Self-Driving Cars In California” »

Sep 3, 2016

This Company Will Forever Alter the 360° Video-Making Industry

Posted by in category: virtual reality

The 360° video industry is about to dramatically change; these guys have solved multiple of the problems facing the medium.

Read more

Sep 3, 2016

Share Your Science: Analyzing Human Brain Connections with GPUs

Posted by in categories: computing, neuroscience, science

Moises Hernandez Fernandez, PhD student at University of Oxford shares how he’s using GPUs to accelerate the analysis of the human brain’s underlying anatomical and structural organization. Learn more about their amazing work at http://nvda.ws/2bJqm9j.

Share your GPU-accelerated science with us at http://nvda.ly/Vpjxr and with the world using #ShareYourScience.

Continue reading “Share Your Science: Analyzing Human Brain Connections with GPUs” »

Sep 2, 2016

For first time, carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, computing, nanotechnology, particle physics

For decades, scientists have tried to harness the unique properties of carbon nanotubes to create high-performance electronics that are faster or consume less power — resulting in longer battery life, faster wireless communication and faster processing speeds for devices like smartphones and laptops.

But a number of challenges have impeded the development of high-performance transistors made of carbon nanotubes, tiny cylinders made of carbon just one atom thick. Consequently, their performance has lagged far behind semiconductors such as silicon and gallium arsenide used in computer chips and personal electronics.

Continue reading “For first time, carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon” »

Sep 2, 2016

Native Americans are under attack in the Dakotas

Posted by in category: futurism

Fresh water was turned off from their camp so that a new oil pipeline could be installed on their lands.

Sharing to bring awareness.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1144154938964984&id=100001114650580

Continue reading “Native Americans are under attack in the Dakotas” »

Sep 2, 2016

NASA’s Impossible Space Engine, The EMdrive, Passes Peer Review (But That Doesn’t Mean It Works)

Posted by in categories: physics, space travel

If the engine causes thrust with no reaction, and it’s been independently verified, have we truly broken the laws of physics?

Read more

Sep 2, 2016

New Plans Show Autonomous Submarine Designed To Explore The Oceans Of Jupiter’s Moon

Posted by in categories: alien life, engineering, robotics/AI

It’s often said that we know more about the Moon than our own oceans. But what about the oceans of other moons?

Robotic-engineering company German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) has been working on the EurEx (Europa Explorer) project, which includes conceptual plans for a robotic system capable of exploring Europa’s icy subterranean oceans.

Continue reading “New Plans Show Autonomous Submarine Designed To Explore The Oceans Of Jupiter’s Moon” »