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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 May 2012

* Leap 3D System Offers Amazing Gesture-Based Control of Your Computer for Just $70 >>
* Mobile printer for smartphones >>
* 3D printing genius creates working lathe >>

* What Makers Know About The Future That You Don’t >>
* Hands-on with the MakerBot robot petting zoo at Maker Faire (video) >>

* We Upload 72 Hours of Video to YouTube Every Minute [Video] >>
* A $74 PC >>
* Quantum entanglement in spin qubits demonstrated for the first time >>

* Raspberry Pi camera module in development >>
* Koemei Is Out To Transcribe All Video And Make It Searchable >>
* The Future of Stuff: Vending Machine That Prints in 3-D >>

* High-Definition 3D Printer Creates Objects With Light [VIDEO] >>
* Vacuum Tube On-A-Chip Debuts >>

* DNA used as rewritable data storage in cells >>
* Activating genes that suppress tumors and inhibit cancer >>
* Mapping the Genomes of Crocodiles and Alligators >>

* Scientists decipher bacterial injection needles at atomic resolution >>
* Welcome to the Multiverse >>
* Q & A: Why Are Chimps Stronger Than Humans? >>

* Satellite Sees Solar Eclipse 4X From Space | Video >>
* Amazing Eclipse Timelapse Shows the Sun’s Chromosphere >>
* Quantum Dots May Be Safe to Use in Patients >>

* A Close Pass of Saturn’s Moon Dione <br> >>
* You Built What?!: A Portable X-Ray Machine >>
* Satellites Track Humans, Now It’s The Animals’ Turn >>

* Europeans set new quantum teleportation record of 150 kilometers >>
* This Is How the Navy Is Building Their New Nuclear Supercarrier Class [Video] >>
* Magnetic space whirlpools give Mercury a plasma shower >>

* With Telerobotics, Astronauts Orbit Mars While Robots Explore the Surface >>
* $200 Infant warmer could eventually save three million Premature babies each year >>

* Accelerated Tech News 6: Braingate, Coffee Robots, 2pac and More! >>
* Telerobotics offers third way for space exploration >>
* How Exercise Affects The Brain >>

* Skin care smartphone app tracks skin condition over time >>
* Fujitsu’s 5mm thick palm vein sensor small enough to fit on a tablet >>
* Dr. Michio Kaku addresses this question: What is the most dangerous technology? >>

* Who wants to live forever? >>
* Brian Greene: Welcome to the Multiverse >>

* New microscope uses rainbow of light to image the flow of individual blood cells >>
* 18 Year Old Claims Teleportation 1st >>
* Modern dog breeds genetically disconnected from ancient ancestors >>

* 4D Electron Microscopy Visualization of Anisotropic Atomic Motions in Carbon Nanotubes >>
* Tailoring Treatments for Alcoholics >>
* Spider Phobia Cured With 2-Hour Therapy >>

* Why Italy’s Earthquake Was Weird >>
* Tech Turns Sketches into Working Synthesizer >>
* Population explosion comes with genetic risk >>

* On the Horizon, a Northern Lights Extravaganza >>
* Researchers improve fast-moving mobile networks >>
* Researchers aim to assemble the tree of life for all 2 million named species >>

* Space Spiders and Wine: Weird Science Launching on Private Space Capsule >>
* Researchers improve fast-moving mobile networks >>
* Stress Turns Men Into Social Butterflies >>

* Origami-inspired design method merges engineering, art >>
* Scientists uncover a photosynthetic puzzle >>
* NASA Goddard delivers magnetometers for next mission to Mars >>

* Symposium on Telerobotics for Space >>
* Old-Timers >>
* RSA SecurID software token cloning: a new how-to >>

* 18 Year Old Claims Teleportation 1st >>
* Leap Motion: 3D hands-free motion control, unbound >>

* 2-N-1 >>
* ‘Battle-Kites’ Eyed for Afghan Spy Duty >>
* Mustafa’s Space Drive: An Egyptian Student’s Quantum Physics Invention >>

* Why Are Astronauts Weightless in Space? >>
* Plasmonics Used to Create an Invisible Photodetector >>
* Kinect Can Read Your Facial Expressions Now [Kinect] >>

* European Physicists Smash Chinese Teleportation Record >>
* New James Bond Trailer For Skyfall Looks Awesome [Video] >>
* Anxiety May Hinder Your Sense of Danger >>

* Release of Arctic methane could accelerate warming >>
* Equipped With a Hot Glue Gun, New Robot Builds Its Own Custom Tools >>
* How Private Is Your DNA? [Science] >>

* Here’s Why Apple’s iPhone Chargers Are So Expensive >>
* Kepler Spots a Doomed Planet Slowly Evaporating into Space >>
* The Religious Extremists Who Want to Ban the Internet [Video] >>

* Where Do All the Pigeons in Cities Disappear To? [Animals] >>
* The Most Perfect Tasing You’ll See This Week [Video] >>
* Robotics Goes Social With RoboBRRD >> >>

* Mind management: researchers explore new ways to influence minds >>
* Social reading should focus on common interests rather than friend status >>
* Leap 3D: a $70 motion controller accurate to 0.01 mm >>

* Is ‘Women’s Work’ Rehumanizing Men? >>
* Motorola reinvents the TV interface with DreamGallery concept (video) >>
* The Engadget Interview: Ben Heck talks Raspberry Pi at Maker Faire (video) >>
* Koubachi WiFi Plant Sensor takes your cactii’s temperature, sends it to your iPhone >>
* Blind mice regain sight after scientists persuade their optic nerves to grow >>

* The Banned TED Talk – Rich People Don’t Create Jobs >>
* Game of Drones >>
* For $74, a Mini-Android Computer >>

* Leap 3D Out-Kinects Kinect (Video) >>
* Hertz rolls out Kiwi Wi-Fi car gadget >>
* Parenting leads to greater happiness >>

* Antimatter: The Production Problem >>
* The Facebook Fallacy >>
* Impatient Futurist Your Domestic Robot Servant Has Finally Arrived (in a Fashion) >>
* AI uprising: humans will be outsourced, not obliterated >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20-21 May 2012 >>

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