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Link Favourites archive – 29 October 2009

October 29, 2009 Leave a comment

* Artificial heart breakthrough http://ff.im/-aGpPZ
* Super slow-motion camera can follow firing neurons http://ff.im/-aGeXG
* Russia Develops Spaceship With Nuclear Engine http://ff.im/-aG9jk

* Living wallpaper that devices can relate to http://ff.im/-aFjEV
* Scientists make cells that form eggs and sperm in lab http://ff.im/-aFivg
* Genes drive behaviour, but culture can select genes: study (AFP) http://ff.im/-aFhQO

* Brain responds to human voice in one fifth of a second http://ff.im/-aFe8G
* Intel touts NAND-killer breakthrough http://ff.im/-aFdvM
* Toyota Creates Its Own Flower Species to Gobble Harmful Gases http://ff.im/-aF84o

* Gene therapy repairs injured human donor lungs for the first time http://ff.im/-aGrQt
* Fermi Telescope Caps First Year With Glimpse of Space-Time (w/ Video) http://ff.im/-aGrMZ

* Physicist makes new high-res panorama of Milky Way http://ff.im/-aGrra
* Liquavista’s E-Paper Plays Full-Color Movies http://ff.im/-aGqhr

* Animated stereoviews of old Japan = http://bit.ly/guAix
* Brain scanners can tell what you’re thinking about- http://bit.ly/K3Lif

* Technorati index of science blogs – http://bit.ly/t4fSC



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Link Favourites archive – 28 October 2009

October 28, 2009 Leave a comment

* ROPID can supposedly walk, run, jump faster than many other similarity constructed robots he can respond to voice… http://ff.im/-aDrU2
* Architecture that repairs itself: Rachel Armstrong on TED.com http://ff.im/-aDr83

* Video – Muscle-Computer Interface Meets Microsoft’s Surface http://ff.im/-aDt6b
* Technology Review: Muscle-Bound Computer Interface http://ff.im/-aDqd0

* Check out this new YouTube feature: http://bit.ly/NzpmP http://ff.im/-aCUO l
* Time Travel with Augmented Reality http://ff.im/-aCQ4F

* Photoelastic Touch takes the multi touch experience to a whole new level -… http://ff.im/-aCN4A
* With Robot-Performed Virtual Autopsies, Your Corpse Gets a Stunt Double [Robots] http://ff.im/-aCKVp
* Electrodes in Brain Give Insight Into How We Use Language http://ff.im/-aCDLH
* Magnifye Makes Powerful 17 Tesla Superconducting Magnets That Take up 2 Million times Less Space and Are Cheaper to… http://ff.im/-aCDIR

* Augmented Teddy Bear You Can Touch http://ff.im/-aCDFk
* Self-powered smart window http://ff.im/-aCDEG
* A Virtual Voyage Through the Brain of a Mouse http://ff.im/-aCjk3

* Xerox Develops Ink To Print Circuits On Nearly Anything http://ff.im/-aC3mk
* Robotis Demonstrates New Balance Sensor Module http://ff.im/-aAvfw



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Link Favourites archive – 27 October 2009

October 27, 2009 Leave a comment

* Ibn Sina Is First Robot To Chat In Arabic http://ff.im/-azAQO
* Brother, NEC look to invade your retinas next year -… http://ff.im/-azAg9
* h+ Darwin’s Robots: Robot Swarms evolve effective communication -… http://ff.im/-azypj
* Robot Bricklayer Flawlessly Builds 7000 Brick “Infinite Loop” Without Mortar [Robots] http://ff.im/-azi2Q
* Petman Walking/Balancing Robot Is Like BigDog’s “Human” Master [Robots] http://ff.im/-azi2J

* Interactive Multitouch Sphere Will Make you Feel Like Gandalf [Multitouch] http://ff.im/-azi2L
* Robotic perception, on purpose http://ff.im/-az5RG
* Journey to the Edge of the Universe (Feature VIDEO) http://ff.im/-awECq
* Seven questions that keep physicists up at night http://ff.im/-awzZE
* First Hyperlens For Sound Waves Created http://ff.im/-awyhJ

* ProFORMA Rapid Model Acquisition – http://bit.ly/Scxso http://ff.im/-awbfj
* Genome: The future is now : Documentary — http://bit.ly/3b05JQ
* ISMAR09 Demos http://ff.im/-awal3
* Top 10 Thinking Traps Exposed — How to Foolproof Your Mind, Part I – http://litemind.com/thinking-traps/ http://ff.im/-avItA

* psaffo: Sunday Times: What’s your place in the brave new future? http://bit.ly/1kSMv5 http://ff.im/-avHwe
* How The iPhone Is Blowing Everyone Else Away (In Charts) http://ff.im/-avGyY

* Rethinking What Leads the Way – Science, or New Technology? – NYTimes.com http://ff.im/-avGyA
* Stacking Up the World’s Tallest Rockets (SPACE.com) http://ff.im/-asSZN
* Martine Rothblatt What is Techno-Immortality? http://ff.im/-asSpN
* Doctors Work Towards Womb Transplants–But Are They Ethical? http://ff.im/-aoVkA
* High-Tech Glasses Beam Info Directly Onto Your Retinas http://ff.im/-aoVaB

* Does Economics Violate the Laws of Physics? http://ff.im/-aoUQy
* I Want To Be Titan The Robot For Halloween http://ff.im/-alWIN
* Holy Grail Of Cancer Therapy: Researchers Find Way To Protect Healthy Cells From Radiation Damage http://ff.im/-akYWq
* You Are Not Tripping: This Car Is Real [Image Cache] http://ff.im/-akYlp
* Virtual Autopsy Table Makes a Dirty Business Clean http://ff.im/-akY9q
* Engineers create fingernail-size chip that holds 1TB of data -… http://ff.im/-ak0bv
* GaitAid Augmented Reality System Might Help with Walking, Gait http://ff.im/-ak058
* bebe le strange | poortaste:(via sparo) http://ff.im/-ai0jm

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Link Favourites archive – 21,22 October 2009

October 22, 2009 Leave a comment

* University Of Maryland Demonstrates Mini Monocopter http://ff.im/-ahJP9
* Robot Gets Swine Flu, Cries About It http://ff.im/-ahJtE
* Reduced genome works fine with 2000 chunks missing – http://ff.im/-ahtVX
* What’s Next In Augmented Reality? http://ff.im/-agqd9

* Collective intelligence – a large bunch of humans connected using suitable software and social networks http://ff.im/-agn0C

* Rene Daalder: Tinkering till the end of time http://ff.im/-agkYe
* How Engineers Think and How People Think http://bit.ly/2ijob http://ff.im/-agecT
* Augmented Reality VIDEOS: MIT shares technologies showcased at #ISMAR-.. http://ff.im/-afUk1

* Toyota shows a couple of concept vehicles with joystick control systems – http://bit.ly/dczEq http://ff.im/-afSNY

* Anders Sandberg: Cloud Superintelligence http://ff.im/-afCBx
* The GE Vscan Is Like a Having Ultrasound on a Cellphone – http://ff.im/-afA31
* The Dancing Robot at GITEX! http://ff.im/-affH0
* Industrial Robots Make Giant Custom Mosaics http://ff.im/-afeg2

* Timewarp: How your brain creates the fourth dimension http://ff.im/-afdVF
* Robot Controlled By Human Brain Cells http://ff.im/-adgC4
* Video – Redirecting Motion in Augmented Reality http://ff.im/-adaz6

* Total recall achieved http://ff.im/-ad6de
* Get Out: Orionid Meteor Shower Peaks Overnight (SPACE.com) http://ff.im/-acYEZ
* Roppie The Home Service Robot Can’t Dance http://ff.im/-aaGFz

* Artificial Robotic Hand Transmits Feeling To Nerves http://ff.im/-aaChK

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Link Favourites archive – 17-20 October 2009

October 20, 2009 Leave a comment

* Ultracapacitor Bus Recharges At Each Stop http://ff.im/-a9BiX
* Robotic Sperm Injection Into Egg Developed! http://ff.im/-a9APX
* Researcher honored for experimental work in nanotechnology -… http://ff.im/-a9zLT
* Inhabiting a robot hand http://ff.im/-a9rAc
* Infants able to identify humans as source of speech, monkeys as source of monkey calls http://ff.im/-a8I2j
* For the First Time, Geneticists Diagnose Disease Through Whole-Genome Analysis http://ff.im/-a8G8U

* Self-Propelling Bacteria Harnessed to Turn Gears http://ff.im/-a8run
* Livescribe Pulse smartpen hits 4GB, launching app store (video) http://ff.im/-a8rup
* How to easily create AI chat bots from transcripts… http://ff.im/-a8ruq
* Fwd: Chaoscope – a 3D strange attractors rendering software – http://www.chaoscope.org/
* Smallest Electronic Component: Researchers Create Molecular Diode http://ff.im/-a6wXu
* To spot an alien, follow the pollution trail http://ff.im/-a6wCZ
* Henry Markram Builds a Brain in a Supercomputer http://ff.im/-a5YN3
* Five Technologies That Could Change Everything http://ff.im/-a5YKe

* Fold-up plane fits in the gauage. -… http://ff.im/-a4MOg
* Evolution details revealed through 21-year E. coli experiment http://ff.im/-a4BQ9
* Hacked iPhone API takes AR to the next level http://ff.im/-a36wm
* 45 Beautiful Dual-Screen Wallpapers http://ff.im/-a36wo

* ViaMoi’s Photostream — Another interesting Flickr Set http://ff.im/-a1TRx
* MIT’s Autonomous Helicopter: What if Big Dog Could Fly? [Robots] http://ff.im/-9YWIe
* IdeaPaint: Turn Your Entire Office Into a Whiteboard http://ff.im/-9YGOz
* Friday video: Car Configurator with MS Surface http://ff.im/-9YGq2
* The Eye-Popping Moment When Human Life Begins [Mad Microscopy] http://ff.im/-9YBIj
* Skiing Robot Races Down Slope http://ff.im/-9YB6C
* YouTube’s Bandwidth Bill Is Zero. Welcome to the New Net http://ff.im/-9YAwe

* Placebo Effect’s Neural Activity Photographed for First Time http://ff.im/-9Ys68
* New camera promises to capture your whole life http://ff.im/-9YoH4
* Wellcome Awards: The Most Stunning Medical Images of 2009 http://ff.im/-9YoeK
* Wires Inserted Into Human Brain Reveal Speech Surprise http://ff.im/-9VYNB
* Physicists Calculate Number of Universes in the Multiverse http://ff.im/-9VYNz
* Speed of Thought-to-Speech Traced in Brain (LiveScience.com) http://ff.im/-9Uk8W
* Laser creates false memories in fly brains http://ff.im/-9Uk77

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Link Favourites archive – 15 October 2009

October 15, 2009 Leave a comment

* Spherical Robot Can Climb Over Obstacles http://ff.im/-9RuN3
* David Calkins Interview by Sander Olson http://ff.im/-9RoTy
* Master List of 500+ TED Videos With Summaries http://ff.im/-9RoEg
* The “//” in URLs was a Mistake, Says Sir Berners-Lee http://ff.im/-9PTen
* The Future of Money http://ff.im/-9PT2Q
* Artificial Black Hole Created in Chinese Lab http://ff.im/-9PK6S

* Body Computing Is a Glimmer of Hope in the Health-Care Chasm http://ff.im/-9PF6V
* 3D CMOS camera for your cell phone? http://ff.im/-9Mgu6
* Facial width-to-height ratio predicts aggression http://ff.im/-9Mf5q
* Mass Spectrometer Smells Out Tumor Cells During Surgery http://ff.im/-9MdtY
* Is This The World’s Smallest Astromech Droid? http://ff.im/-9Mdpn
* Hydrogen-Powered Navy UAV Shatters Flight Endurance Record http://ff.im/-9MdkP

* Stanford Magnetic Biosensor 1000 times more Sensitive to Cancer Biomarker Proteins http://ff.im/-9Mcz6
* Internet coalescing into lump of Google http://ff.im/-9MbZv
* BMW Simple Handles Itself Like a Real-Life Tron Lightcycle [Concept] http://ff.im/-9LJTa
* iRobot Makes First Version of T-1000 or Number Six—We Will All Die Anyway [Robots] http://ff.im/-9LJbB
* ‘Spider pill’ used for scans http://ff.im/-9J7GI
* ‘Naked’ scanner in airport trial – http://bit.ly/tDrVt http://ff.im/-9J7Ek

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Link Favourites archive – 13 October 2009

October 13, 2009 Leave a comment

* The Collider, the Particle and a Theory About Fate http://ff.im/-9IXai
* 10/GUI: One Very Slick Desktop Multi-Touch Concept (Video) http://ff.im/-9IXaj
* HP LD4200tm 42-Inch Touch Display Hands-On: Meant For Retail http://ff.im/-9IRrZ
* Germans to build satellite rescue robots http://ff.im/-9HUR8

* Video: Is your phone spying on you? Software that can turn your cell phone into a tool of espionage http://ff.im/-9HUmR

* Android Application Development http://ff.im/-9HUkL
* Internet Eyes http://ff.im/-9HTZm
* Video camera that records at the speed of thought http://ff.im/-9HTZp
* Video: Wi-Fi Imaging Lets You See Through Walls http://ff.im/-9HTw5

* NASA – From Nothing, Something: One Layer at a Time http://ff.im/-9HwH3
* Recession creating a lost generation: High unemployment is damaging the future for America’s youth http://ff.im/-9HSfb
* Spider Pill Camera Bots Could Crawl Your Colon http://ff.im/-9HwhJ
* Million-Dollar Question: Who Owns Your Genetic Data? http://ff.im/-9HnMn

* Video camera that records at the speed of thought http://ff.im/-9HmmK
* The Chemistry of Information Addiction http://bit.ly/hU8Px
* IFPI: 2.8 Million File-Sharers Break Law Daily In Sweden http://bit.ly/C8ZRU
* YouTube serves over 1 billion videos a day http://bit.ly/DgtoB

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