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Jan 21, 2016

How to modify a 3D printer to print high-performance products

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, materials

Ultrasonic waves form microscopic glass fibers into a pattern of lines, collectively creating a reinforcing microstructure that gives the printed component increased strength. (credit: Tom Llewellyn-Jones, Bruce Drinkwater and Richard Trask)

University of Bristol engineers have developed a new type of 3-D printing that can print strong composite materials.

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Jan 21, 2016

Physicists propose new method to teleport the memory of a living creature

Posted by in categories: futurism, physics

While the possibility of teleporting entire objects from one place to another like they do in the movies is way beyond our current — and near-future — capabilities, the same can’t be said for the memory of our existence.

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Jan 21, 2016

Expansive New Geometric Drawings Trampled in Snow and Sand by Simon Beck — By Christopher Jobson | Colossal

Posted by in categories: environmental, media & arts

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“[A]rtist Simon Beck (previously) trudges across sand or through knee-high snow to create massive geometric drawings left behind in his footprints. From sandy expanses on the shore of New Zealand to frigid outlooks in the Swiss Alps, any pristine surface that stretches for hundreds of meters can work as a suitable canvas for Beck’s designs.”

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Jan 21, 2016

A Basic Income for All!

Posted by in categories: economics, security

There is enough wealth for all of us. What if we decided that every human being has a right to income security? How could a basic income change our lives? Could this relieve our society from the stress and anger that comes with the rising inequality?

Featuring: Guy Standing (economist, UK), Phillippe Van Parijs (philosopher, co-founder European Basic Income Network, BE) Enno Schmidt (Co-initiator of the Swiss Citizen’s Initiative on Basic Income, CH) Daniel Hani (Co-initiator of the Swiss Citizen’s Initiative on Basic Income, CH) Roland Duchatelet (entrepreneur, BE) Francine Mestrum (researcher on social development, BE) Dirk De Wachter (psychotherapist, BE) Sarah Van Lieferinge (Pirate Party, BE) Claudia & Dirk Haarman (Researchers Basic Income Grant project Namibia, NA) Bischop Kameeta (current Minister of poverty aleviation, NA) Ismael Daoud, Pierre & Axelle Catelin (calculated a possible basic income, BE) …

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Jan 21, 2016

Gatebox Hologram Communication Robot: Siri 3D

Posted by in categories: habitats, media & arts, robotics/AI

Have you ever wondered what is going to replace the likes of Siri, Cortana, and Alexa? You may be looking at their next logical stage – this holographic digital home assistant.

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Jan 21, 2016

Paper Recycling Machine

Posted by in category: sustainability

This cool machine turns waste paper into new paper within just 3 minutes.

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Jan 21, 2016

Great Progress In Treating Multiple Sclerosis With Stem Cell Therapy

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

A transplantation procedure to treat multiple sclerosis using a patient’s own stem cells has shown impressive results

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a complex autoimmune disorder in which myelin, the protective sheath around nerve fibres, begins to get degraded. Progressive inflammation and scarring results in permanent nerve damage which can eventually lead to severe disability. While there has been progress in controlling the disease, no cure currently exists.

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Jan 21, 2016

Mind Blowing Facts Photo

Posted by in category: energy

Mind Blowing Facts posted this photo on 2016/01/20.

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Jan 21, 2016

Realistic artificial intelligence can make games – or break them

Posted by in categories: entertainment, robotics/AI, virtual reality

Interesting; especially how AI is leveraged for enhancing games which does make perfect sense from a pattern recognition and improvement standpoint.


As Central Florida’s video game community enters the virtual reality era, specialists and artists who can create fantasy worlds will be in higher demand here.

Video games often try to transport players to a virtual world, whether it’s a land of wooden zombies or a virtual representation of the Amway Center.

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Jan 21, 2016

Now a robot can serve coffee to your hotel room

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

The perfect cup of coffee each morning.


Created by Californian company Savioke, Relay has made 11,000 guest deliveries at five hotel brands. Its cargo? Starbucks coffee.

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