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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11-16 October 2012 (catchup)

September 30, 2012 Leave a comment

* Robotic wheelchair concept adds leg-like movement, tackles stairs with ease (video) >>

* ‘Nanoflowers’ increase battery and supercapacitor storage capacity >>

* Researchers study formation of early cellular life >>

* Crowd-sourcing a cure for cancer >>

* Do Animals Feel Guilt? >>

* Zeiss Cinemizer head-mounted OLED display wends its way into stores >>

* Know-It-All App Lets You Learn Without Thinking >>
* Laser pulses freeze electrons in motion >>
* Tatooine Times Two: Amateur Astronomers Find Planet in Four-Star System >>
* Our big brains may make us prone to cancer >>

* How Quantum Mechanics Was Born From the Need For a Better Lightbulb [Video] >>
* Language is shaped by brain’s desire for clarity and ease >>
* Singularity Summit – Peter Norvig Director of Research at Google #SS12 >>

* Scientists reveal brain circuitry involved in post-traumatic stress and related disorders >>
* Where Will The Next Pandemic Come From? And How Can We Stop It? >>
* Human Life Span Took Huge Jump in Past Century >>

* Citizen Planet Hunters Find a Planet in a Four-Star System >>
* Watch: Incredible Headcam Video from Felix’s Freefall >>
* Hubble 3.0 will measure surfaces of habitable exoplanets by 2035 >>

* Forget Telepresence! Smellepresence Is Here At Last >>
* What Happened Before The Big Bang? >>
* Could This Test Objectively Measure Human Consciousness? >>

* The surprise theory of everything >>
* Creating instant graphene electronic devices on demand >>
* Scientists reveal brain circuitry involved in post-traumatic stress and related disorders >>

* How Quantum Mechanics Was Born From the Need For a Better Lightbulb [Video] >>
* Singularity Summit – Jaan Tallinn on Hard Takeoff Singularity and a Simulation Universe #SS12 >>
* A New Breed Of 3-D Printer Builds Huge Objects From The Top Down >>
* Singularity Rising: Surviving and Thriving in a Smarter, Richer, and More Dangerous World >>

* Robotic wheelchair from Chiba Tech turns wheels into legs and climbs over steps >>
* There Are Big Differences Between 3d Printing & VR >>
* A Supercomputer On the Moon To Direct Deep Space Traffic >>

* NASA making anti-motion sickness nasal spray >>
* Neck implant eases chronic migraine >>
* IBM’s Watson Expands Commercial Applications, Aims to Go Mobile >>

* Video of the Space Jump Daredevil’s Launch [Video] >>
* Which Exoplanet to Visit? >>
* No Substitute For Artificial Gravity >>

* Mind reading machine in the making >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >>
* This $41,500 Fridge Almost Eliminates The Need For A Kitchen >>

* A New Theory of Psychosis? >>
* The Mars Landing and Artificial Intelligence >>
* The Telemach Theorem impacts on the Anticipated Black Hole Formation at CERN >>

* Connectomics: Sebastian Seung vs. Tony Movshon, Columbia 2012 >>
* Your Next Car Could Come With Transparent Back Seats >>
* DRM Could Come To 3D Printers >>

* Why The Cloud Hasn’t Solved The Office Paperwork Problem >>
* Physicists Devise Test For Whether the Universe Is a Simulation >>
* PredictGaze Pauses Video When You Leave the Room >>

* Singing Mice Can Change Their Tune >>
* Galaxies, Stars, and Dust
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* Tiny ruler is golden ticket to see diseases in action >>

* 6 TEDxTalks envisioning the city of the future >>
* Space Shuttle Endeavour Picture .. >>
* The Mystery of Red Giants in the Universe –Solved! >>

* A complex logic circuit made from bacterial genes >>
* Scientists identify mammal model of bladder regeneration >>
* Your Next Doctor Might Be Your Car >>

* This Week In Bots: Digging For Moon Water, Droids Going Mobile, And Swarming RoboBees >>
* Probe data reveals a surface on Titan that’s soft, sandy, and fragile [Video] >>
* Brain Implant Detects, Responds to Disease >>

* Using Your iPhone To Detect Ear Infections Also Keeps the Doctor Away [Video] >>
* Forget Robo-Cop, Here Comes Robo-Security Guard >>
* ‘Invisibility’ could be a key to better electronics: >>

* How Cosmic Ray Muons Could Reveal Hidden Nuclear Waste >>
* A touchscreen that knows how you feel >>
* 7 DARPA Challenges We Want to See Next >>

* A Startup Finds a Better Way to Mine Your Facebook Past >>
* Looking into the future (trends slideshow) >>
* The world’s first 3D-printed guitar >>

* 3D model for lung cancer mimics the real thing >>
* i beam interface combines sight and touch for an intuitive one handed tablet UI experience >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >>

* THE FUTURIST Magazine Releases Its Top 10 Forecasts for 2013 and Beyond >>
* ATLAST: The Gargantuan Telescope Designed to Find Life on Other Planets >>
* Breast Cancer-Sensing Bra Detects Tumors Years Before Some Mammograms >>

* Dyson Sphere Hunt Using Kepler Data >>
* Needle-Free Injections Perfected Using Supersonic Liquid Microjets >>
* How to print headphones >>

* Mysterious algorithm was 4% of trading activity last week >>
* Researchers unravel the secret to making cheap, high-density data storage >>
* Extending Einstein’s theory beyond light speed >>

* 3D printing may put global supply chains out of business: report >>
* Glowing DNA allows for high speed disease detection >>
* Rain Man Robot Builds Ramps With Thousands of Randomly Tossed Toothpicks [Video] >>

* How Cell-Phone Data Could Slow the Spread of Malaria >>
* Everything You Need To Know About The Deadly Meningitis Outbreak >>
* Researchers Create ‘Nanoflowers’ for Energy Storage, Solar Cells >>

* How Blue Light And Caffeine Will Help Humans Move To Mars >>
* A Handheld Projector You Might Actually Want >>
* Phil Zimmermann’s Silent Circle builds a secure, seductive fortress around your smartphone >>

* How cancer cells break free from tumors and spread >>
* AR app from docomo translates menus and signs in real time >>
* Bendable Microchips Could Make Smarter Sensors >>

* Humanity+ @ San Francisco ‘Writing the Future’ (CORRECTED) >>
* The Measurement That Would Reveal The Universe As A Computer Simulation >>
* A wireless low-power, high-quality EEG headset >>

* Laugh at the future while you still can >>
* Testing if the universe is particular type of computer simulation >>
* Robot learns using IKEA-style instructions >>

* Dinos’ DNA Demise: Genetic Material Has a 521-Year Half-Life >>
* Meet Polaris, The First Ice-Drilling Lunar Prospector-Bot >>
* Complex Brains Existed 520 Million Years Ago in Cockroach Relative >>

* An Escape from Automated Customer Support Hell >>
* Calligraphy robot uses a Motion Copy System to reproduce detailed brushwork >>
* The cloud will expand human brain capacity: Kurzweil >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 September 2012

September 28, 2012 Leave a comment

* Mobile ear for pregnancy problems >>
* Car with built-in projector turns any wall into a drive-in theater >>
* Second Mona Lisa the real deal >>
* Woman Grows a New Ear on Her Arm, Has It Attached to Her Head >>

* Biologists Replay 500 Million Years Of E Coli Evolution In The Lab >>
* Invisibility, No Brake Lights, Ads Everywhere: The Future Of Self-Driving Cars >>
* Your Clothes Could Soon Scrub Pollution Directly From The Air >>

* Deaf Toddler Receives Bionic Ear, Weeks Later Speaks Her First Word >>
* Jazz-singing robot could shed light on consciousness >>
* This Fabric Simulator Will Make CG Characters Sound More Realistic Than Ever [Video] >>

* How to remotely control cockroach cyborgs >>
* Can computers understand art? >>
* 3D printing: the desktop drugstore >>

* Cyborg surgeon: Hand and technology combine in new surgical tool that enables superhuman precision >>
* Supersonic car’s milestone rocket test near >>
* Self-driving cars a reality for ‘ordinary people’ within 5 years, says Google’s Sergey Brin >>

* Opposed Piston and Other Engines that could deliver 100 mpg >>
* Dwave Systems able to use 442 qubits on its 512 qubit adiabatic quantum computer chip >>
* Simulations uncover ‘flashy’ secrets of merging black holes >>

* Electronics Sensors that Dissolve Could Keep Tabs on the Body from the Inside >>
* Bionic Legs could be thought controlled starting this year >>
* GPS workaround helps make dumb phones smart >>

* At last: a low-cost, professional-grade light-based 3D printer >>
* Electronic Implant Dissolves in the Body >>
* “Looper” And The Real Science Of Time Travel >>

* How to remotely control cockroach cyborgs >>
* First real indicator of longevity in mammals discovered >>
* 3-D laser sintering technology can make aircraft parts 50-75% lighter >>

* After Pregnancy, Many Women Have Bits Of Male DNA In Their Brains >>
* What Happens When People Use Google Maps and Apple Maps in a Race? >>
* Today On Mars: First Physical Evidence Of A Once-Flowing Stream >>

* World’s first glimpse of a black hole ‘launchpad’ >>
* Driverless Cars Would Reshape Automobiles *and* the Transit System >>
* The First .XXX Search Engine – It’s Surprisingly Demure >>

* BBC conducts live video interview over smartphone, goes where satellites can’t >>
* Meet the “SuperAgers”: Elderly People Whose Brains Don’t Age >>
* Measuring the universe’s ‘exit door’ >>

* Is Data Scientist the Sexiest Job of Our Time? >>
* Move over, salamanders. Mice regrow tissue, too >>
* To test lungs, just blow into your iPhone >>

* Synopsis: Atom Count Sets New Record >>
* Synopsis: Black Holes Weigh the Possibility of a Massive Photon >>
* Hydrogen beam injector guides plasma physics research >>

* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: The Cosmic Seagull >>
* MIT spinoff spiffs up desktop 3-D printing with Form 1 >>
* The Preschool Laboratory: Young Children Think Like Scientists >>

* The 2012 Presidential Software Race >>
* Should we eliminate the human ability to feel pain? >>
* New comet will fly by in 2013! And it could be brighter than the Full Moon >>

* Smallest 3D hologram pixels ever are made with nanotubes >>
* Is This Mona Lisa’s First Smile? >>
* Scientists claim to have synthesized the superheavy Element 113 >>

* A Mirror System That Brings Sunlight Into The Darkest Corner of Your Home >>
* Meet Wall-Ye, Wall-E’s grape vine trimming French cousin >>
* Super-sized Black Hole ‘Tornado’ Simulated by Computer | Video >>

* Bringing Pieces of Mars to Earth: How NASA Will Do It >>
* Planets in our Solar System May Have Formed in Fits and Starts >>
* Amateur Astronomer Creates Detailed Map of Ganymede >>

* Breakthrough on immune system and brain tumors >>
* File-Sharing for Personal Use Declared Legal in Portugal >>
* Artificial Intelligence Used to Home in on New Fossil Sites >>

* Hand-waving decodes invisible images in new signs >>
* Making old muscles young again >>
* First grader with severe allergies uses his robot to attend school >>

* Is This the Second-Screen TV #App That Finally Goes Mainstream? >>
* Scobleizer: Mind-blowing computing system from the mind behind “Minority Report.” >>
* The Rise of the Robotic Work Force >>

* Magnetic Microbots to Fight Cancer >>
* ‘Scar free healing’ in mice may give clues to human skin repair >>
* Flying backwards is efficient >>

* ‘Melt in the body’ electronics >>
* Google Turns 14 Today: Search Giant Was Initially Called ‘BackRub’ >>
* Nanotechnologists create miniscule soccer balls >>

* A Paddleboat for Lakes of Gasoline >>
* Chemical Brain Preservation: How to Live “Forever” >>
* Rhythmic Learning: Our Oscillating Reality >>

* Portable Device to Diagnose Malaria – Down to Specific Mutations >>
* First Successful Installations of Vestibular Implants in Humans >>
* JettPak Helps Parents Deliver Nebulizer Treatment >>

* Permanent quartz glass data storage announced by Hitachi, could hit market by 2015 >>
* A Conversation With Randall Munroe, the Creator of XKCD >>
* That Touchscreen Typeface Is Ugly. And Maybe Fatal >>

* Mercedes Rolls Out World’s Most Powerful Electric Car >>
* A Pair of MIT Scientists Try to Transform Nuclear Power >>
* ‘Fort Courage’ Review: Tower Defense With A Twist >>

* Google Marks 14 Years Organizing The World’s Information With Birthday Doodle >>
* Pentagon Tobacco Might One Day Stop Syria’s Nerve Gas >>
* SensoGlove brings automatic pressure check to golf swing >>

* Lexus LF-CC Concept shows the future of touchscreen interiors >>
* Air Force Sets First Post In Ambitious Space Fence Project >>
* How to Get Reliable Medical Information on the Internet Without Turning Into a Hypochondriac >>

* Milky Way’s missing atoms may be in a hot cloud surrounding us >>
* That Touchscreen Typeface Is Ugly. And Maybe Fatal >>
* Evolutionary Contingency and the Search for Life Elsewhere >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 September 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 September 2012

September 27, 2012 Leave a comment

* IBM’s Mira supercomputer tasked with simulating an entire universe in a fortnight >>
* Fabricated: Scientists develop method to synthesize the sound of clothing for animations (video) >>
* Artificially intelligent game bots pass the Turing test on Turing’s centenary >>

* Control remote robots with video and gamepad >>
* Broadcast TV Aims for Your Smartphone >>
* Your Smartphone Is Listening To You Sleep: The Next Terrifying, Awesome Frontier In Voice Tech >>

* Space Debris Threat May Require Avoidance Maneuver for Space Station >>
* Beam yourself to work in a remote-controlled body >>
* How To Build A Black Hole Laser >>

* Augmented-reality ‘virtual dressing room’ patent issued >>
* Low-cost precise navigation without GPS >>
* Hundreds of biochemical analyses on a single device >>

* Nanoscale technologies to cut DNA sequencing costs >>
* New Brain Upgrade To Let Mars Rover Curiosity Decide For Itself Which Rocks To Zap >>

* See-Through Solar Panels Are a Window To Wider Usage [Solar Power] >>
* Next Big Mars Goal: Bringing Samples Home From the Red Planet >>
* How You Could Help Your Future Robot Coworker >>

* The rise of the machines: and now the really bad news >>
* Japanese Team Claims Discovery of Elusive Element 113, and May Get to Name It >>
* Singularity Summit 2012 — Create the Future >>

* Computers match humans in understanding art >>
* Carbon Nanotubes Generate The Smallest 3-D Hologram Pixels Ever >>
* Mice as Stand-Ins in the Fight Against Disease >>

* Great nature photos: 50 entries in National Geographic’s 2012 photo contest >>
* Robotics Revolution: The Robots Are Just Getting Warmed Up >>
* When computers start acting on your behalf >>

* Scientists Create a $32 Eye-Tracking Device – >>
* Lighter-than-air craft rise again >>

* Will NASA’s next space station be beyond the moon? >>
* Life-Bearing Rocks in Slow Motion >>
* The Dust “Windshield Wiper” That Didn’t Go to Mars >>

* Deepest-ever view of the Universe >>
* Biolab on a chip >>
* A Space Shuttle Over Los Angeles >>

* Happy New Year, Pastafarians* >>
* There’s Going to be a Porn Search Engine? >>
* MakerBot’s 3D Printer Replicator 2 Is Larger, Faster, Sleeker >>

* The Impresario Who Sells Prizes >>
* High speed food radiation testing system used for testing rice from Fukushima >>
* The Molecule That Made Our World >>

* A helmet that can send SOS on crash >>
* The Jetsons Turns 50: How the Future Looked in 1962 >>
* Crowd-sourcing “citizen science,” new products and ideas >>

* The Case for Optimism — FastForward Radio – Sep 27,2012 >>
* Gas Chromatography >>
* Can Civilization Be Powered By Wind: Part II >>

* Printing Solar Panels In The Backyard >>
* A beachfront media room, a mind-controlled toy plane, and iPad as a playroom accessory >>
* If You Think Cheating Is Rampant Now, Just Wait Till Google Glasses Are Here >>
* Watch the World’s First Color Films—Shot in 1902 >>

* Want to Run Code on the ISS? There’s a Competition For That >>
* FORM 1 delivers high-end 3D printing for an affordable price, meets Kickstarter goal in 1 day >>
* YouTube for Android update brings preloading to Froyo and Gingerbread, YouTube TV queuing >>

* Researchers develop blood test ccurately detects early stages of lung, breast cancer in humans >>
* New 3D Printing Project Aims for Gun Blueprint >>

* New simulation method produces realistic fluid movements >>
* Facing temptation, brain sends mixed signals >>
* Son’s DNA Shows Up in Mom’s Brain >>

* Google Turns Turtle and Takes Street View Underwater >>
* Making the invisible visible: 6 great TED-Ed lessons animated by Andrew Park >>
* Chinese ‘Sperm Extractor’ Machine: Worst Sexbot Ever [Video] >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 September 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 September 2012

September 26, 2012 Leave a comment

* Google Maps Has Freaking Amazing Underwater Street View Now [Video] >>
* Tesla To Build National Electric Car Charging Network >>
* PETA Supports Frog Dissection — So Long As It’s Virtual [VIDEO] >>

* California Governor Brown signs bill clearing use of driverless cars on public roads >>
* Zit-Zapping Virus May Wipe Out Acne >>

* Skydiver to Attempt Record-Breaking Supersonic ‘Space Jump’ Oct. 8 >>
* $2 Billion Later, Bloated Spy Blimp Finally Kills a Cruise Missile >>
* Clear As Mud: Researchers Make Transparent Soil For Plant Research >>

* NASA wants to build a permanent outpost beyond the Moon [Space] >>
* A Startup Tries to Make a Better Artificial Brain >>

* This Piece of Glass Can Store Data Forever [Memory] >>
* Worm mind control >>
* Water-cooled chip concentrates the sun to desalinate >>

* Lane-keeping app makes any car smarter >>
* Did life crash to Earth from space on slow-moving rocks? >>
* How Better Typography Could Reduce Car Crashes >>

* DNA barcode provides virtually unlimited color patterns for tagging molecules and cells >>
* Chest Sensor Produces Instant Floor Plans for Emergency Personnel [Video] >>
* NASA Has Spent $20 Billion On Canceled Projects [Infographic] >>

* Beam Yourself to Work in a Remote-Controlled Body >>
* Vicarious developing machine learning using Recursive Cortical Network >>
* Daifuku Baggage Tray System moves baggage at 600m per minute >>

* Oh No They Didn’t >>
* Self-Sustained Smart Structure >>
* 4-dimensional crystal clock will keep perfect time even after universe death >>

* Why ‘Super-Earth’ Alien Worlds May Be Unlikely to Support Life >>
* Air Force’s Secret Space Plane Prepped for New Launch >>
* In The Future, Your Dead Body Will Be Dissolved >>

* Will NASA Really Build a “Gateway” L-2 Moon Base? >>
* How Many Asteroids Are Out There? >>
* GE Global Laser Enrichment get license from Nuclear Regulatory Commission >>

* By Simply Sharing, Doctors Could Unlock the Genome’s Potential >>
* George Church and Craig Venter Videos >>
* Spacex Videos >>

* A space-time crystal clock that will last forever >>
* A Water-Cooled Chip That Concentrates the Sun to Desalinate Water >>
* Unusual Spheres on Mars >>

* Tumor cell growth does not follow a master plan >>
* Quantum Computing Simplified >>
* Boeing Plans to Turbocharge Fuel-Efficient Flight >>

* Scientists prevent heart failure in mice >>
* Today On Mars: Curiosity Records Hurricane-Like Air Pressure Swings >>

* Parking Software Lets Drivers Buy And Sell Info About Available Spaces >>
* Can Personal Technology Stop the Obesity Epidemic? >>
* Cutting-edge technology makes NASA’s hurricane mission a reality >>

* PopSci Recommends: What I Learned About Einstein In 4.5 Hours Of Opera >>
* NMHMC Harvey: Check Out Einstein’s Crazy Brain [App Of The Day] >>
* How to get 112GB of cloud storage free. >>

* Tech Weekly Podcast: Gesture control technologies >>
* Understanding the brain by controlling behavior >>
* Lab-on-a-Bead Technology for Rapid Disease Detection (video) >>

* St. Jude Medical’s Eon Neurostimulators Now for Migraine Control in Europe >>
* Get Down with OCT to Image Skin, Below The Surface (video) >>
* Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with the first underwater panoramas in Google Maps >>

* A new coronavirus isolated from humans >>
* Space Is the New Frontier of the 2012 Presidential Campaign >>
* Meet the Man Who Built a 30-Story Building in 15 Days >>

* Oscillating microscopic beads could be key to biolab on a chip >>
* IBM startup cuts a new path in nanolithography >>

* Whirlwind Papercraft Passive Amplifier >>
* Curiosity Rover Being Upgraded With Autonomous Sensor Program >>
* Paging scientist Ringwald: Could quasars become standard candles? >>

* Got TouchWiz? Some Samsung Smartphones Can Be Totally Wiped By Clicking A Link >>
* Beijing Robots Dance Like Michael Jackson [VIDEO] >>
* Self-Driving Cars Will Take Over By 2040 >>

* Ask Slashdot: Ideas and Tools To Get Around the Great Firewall? >>
* Swiss Researchers Build A Flying Robot That Can Right Itself When It Crashes >>
* Fran O’Sullivan: Dotcom spying worry for business >>

* New LED packaging technology improves performance >>
* Bone marrow amps up bowel diseases >>
* Suicide Now Kills More Americans Than Car Crashes >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 September 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 September 2012

September 25, 2012 Leave a comment

* Accelerator Driven Treatment of Nuclear Waste >>
* Space Shuttle Endeavour’s Final Flight as Seen From Space >>
* Want to Look Inside a Burning Rocket Engine? >>

* 3D scan tracks unborn chimp’s brain for the first time >>
* Virtuoso cartoon pianist plays just like the real thing >>
* What our civilization needs is a billion-year plan >>

* Virtual-reality simulator helps teach surgery for brain cancer >>
* Optical waveguide connects semiconductor chips >>
* MIT’s Wearable Sensor Pack Turns First Responders Into Digital Mapmakers >>

* Will Fast Charging Make Electric Vehicles Practical? >>
* Scientists reverse Alzheimer’s-like memory loss in animal models by blocking EGFR signaling >>
* A clock that will last forever: Proposal to build first space-time crystal >>

* Human brains outpace chimp brains in womb >>
* Toyota will showcase support robot for homebound >>
* Automatic building mapping could help emergency responders >>

* Salesforce’s top mind talks with me about the future of Salesforce. https://t.co/7qCje3wO
* Robot snake could cure cancer by slithering through your body >>
* Even Sleeping Smartphones Could Soon Hear Spoken Commands >>

* Research shows ants share decision-making, lessen vulnerability to ‘information overload’ >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Colorful Martian Clay >>
* Fragile X drug shows promise in trial >>

* Learning About Human Connection From A Robotic Friend >>
* What Would a Starship Actually Look Like? >>
* Snake robot may help fight cancer >>

* Doctor Who role for physicist Cox >>
* Wearable Camera Captures Every Last Moment Of Your Mundane Existence [Cameras] >>
* New IVF breakthrough: Chemical can trigger egg maturation >>
* Facebook Starts Sharing What It Knows about You >>

* First working quantum bit based on a single atom in silicon >>
* Custom gene editing rewrites zebrafish DNA >>
* Single-molecule electronic DNA sequencing >>

* Global Foundries will go to 14 nanometer lithography process in 2014 only 1 year slower than Intel >>
* Video of first Spacex Grasshopper Reusable rocket tests >>
* Smallest hologram pixels are made with Carbon Nanotubes >>

* Harvard researchers develop new DNA barcode >>
* Awesome Jetsons Tech That’s Still Not Here Yet [Gadgets] >>
* NGC 2736: The Pencil Nebula >>

* The Colour Of Alien Earths >>
* Virtual Star Party – Sep. 23, 2012: The Friendly Competition Edition >>

* Milky Way Galaxy is dwarfed by its massive hot gas “halo” [Astronomy] >>

* A Detailed Plan for Getting Humans Off Earth >>
* This robotic snake will slither through your body in search of tumors — and destroy them >>
* In Five Years, You May Be Wearing A Lab-Grown Leather Jacket >>

* Cities To Triple By 2030 >>
* First 2 Webb Telescope flight mirrors delivered to NASA >>
* Video: 3-D time-lapse imaging captures twisted root mechanics for first time >>

* Think Logically >>
* Photoresponsive materials >>
* How to confuse a moral compass >>

* Why should I wash my hands if I only pee? >>
* 7 Supercomputers Changing The World >>
* Adobe’s continuing revolution pushes the cutting Edge of HTML5 development >>
* Long-Gone Mollusk Comes to Life with 3D Printer >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 September 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 September 2012

September 24, 2012 Leave a comment

* Perceptual Computing: Critical to Intel’s Future >>
* Researchers develop editing toolkit for customizing zebrafish genomes >>
* Your Moral Compass Is Reversible >>

* The Quantified Self becomes the Qualified Self and the Exoself >>
* World Record One Petabit per Second Fiber Transmission over 50-km on a single fiber >>
* Beautiful Brain-Like Structures Form When Watercolors And Ferrofluids Mix >>

* New chemistry technique reproduces nature’s elusive complexity >>
* The Spectacular Last Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour In Ultra-HD Video [Video] >>
* Build Your Own Supercomputer With Raspberry Pis and Legos – For Reals! >>

* Why The Jetsons still matters 50 years later [Video] >>
* Tiniest trickle will speed all-electronic lab-on-a-chip >>
* Video mash-ups give you personalised memories >>

* Interactive virtual anatomical model using a projector and sensors >>
* Friendly robot uses Facebook to interact with you >>
* Delivering drugs via nanoparticles to target mitochondria >>

* Creating self-assembling nanomaterials in space >>
* Ray Kurzweil’s How to Create a Mind to be published Nov. 13 >>
* September’s Aurora <br> >>

* Playing PC games on TV opens up new world of gaming >>
* Watson, the supercomputer genius, heads for the cloud >>
* A New Artificial Heart Pump That Mimics the Real Thing >>

* You Can Now Slap a Quarter Terabyte of Storage In Your Camera [Storage] >>
* Is a Habitable Exoplanet Orbiting Red Dwarf Gliese 163? >>

* Weekend Diversion: You are responsible for what you say >>
* Globalfoundries unveils 14nm-XM chip architecture, vows up to a 60 percent jump in battery life >>
* Remotoscope, an iPhone Otoscope Inching Closer towards Commercialization (video) >>

* Valve’s full-scale Portal turret is another treat from Weta Workshop video >>
* Ion The Game action cam has built-in WiFi and 2.5-inch display, we go hands-on (video) >>
* Sony ‘Prototype-SR’ HMZ-T2 tacks on a camera, plays with user perception (video) >>

* Can a Court Order You To Delete a Facebook Account? >>
* Salesforce CEO Benioff: Future Software Will Look Like Facebook >>
* Researchers create working quantum bit in silicon >>

* Student invents fridge with no door >>
* Google’s Spanner: Database Tech That Can Scan the Planet >>
* When the Hiring Boss Is an Algorithm >>

* We Are All Amazingly Stupid, But We Can Get Better >>
* Satellites Capture the Ground Impact of Droughts, From 2002 to Today >>
* The Race to Preserve History as It Happens Online >>

* Can a Human-Powered Bike Go 100 mph? >>
* California’s first 3D printer retail store to sell $600 model >>
* Making Science in the Ocean Cheap With the Robotboat >>

* SpaceX’s ‘Grasshopper’ vertical takeoff / vertical landing rocket takes first step (video) >>
* Boeing 747-8, 777 support for in-flight cellphone use and WiFi, like it or not >>
* U.S. Adds Robot Fish to Homeland Security Forces >>

* NES light gun gets a laser upgrade, fulfils countless childhood dreams (video) >>
* Reading and writing quantum bits on a single electron spin >>
* The Next Generation of Crash Test Dummies Has Arrived [VIDEO] >>

* Main Sugar Constituent Provides Effective Anode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries >>
* Newfound Alien Planet a Top Contender to Host Life >>
* iPhone 5 big success, but no leap forward: analysts >>

* Flying Math: Bees Solve Traveling Salesman Problem >>
* Why falsehoods are easy to believe >>
* Researchers examine how characteristics of automated voice systems >>

* Give sperm a ‘kick’ to make it fertile >>
* Evolving Gods and Richard Dawkins >>
* Quantum Computers: Headband Telepathy, Medical Advances, and more! >>

* The Age of Big Data and the Death of Theory >>
* Weekend Diversion: You are responsible for what you say >>

* Apple Is Following Microsoft’s Path In Alarming Ways >>
* How the world’s oceans could be running out of fish >>
* Germany’s Wind Power Chaos Should Be A Warning To Everyone >>

* The Singularity Is A Progressive Apocalypse >>
* New Zealand: A Future ‘Home Base’ for Transhumanists? >>
* Wave Energy Technology >>

* Researchers are getting closer to making artificial nacre >>
* NASA Working on Faster-than-Light Warp Drive >>
* Ultra fast optical amplifier: silicon and erbium on one chip for the first time >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 September 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 September 2012

September 21, 2012 Leave a comment

* DARPA developing microfabricated inertial sensors in case soldiers are cutoff from GPS for up to one day >>
* Brain Candy: Chemical Turns Rats into M&M Eating Machines >>
* Will Earth Run Out of Plants? >>
* Phorus PS1 speakers and PR1 receiver add some Android-powered WiFi audio to your home (video) >>

* Researchers develop prototype of 3-D display screen that physically tilts (w/ Video) >>
* How hard is 3D printing? >>
* New maths triggers a call to iron out quantum world >>

* Shower Doubles as a Washing Machine >>
* This 3-D Printer Can Generate Entire Rooms >>
* Science proves that you should un-friend your ex on Facebook [Cyberpsychology] >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – Sep. 20, 2012 >>
* Compact, high-power hydrogen fuel cell for release in spring 2013 >>
* DARPA links brain waves, sensors and algorithms to detect targets >>

* Safely Switching Consciousness Off and On Again >>
* Google spans entire planet with GPS-powered database >>
* A step towards total autopilot >>

* What happens during the brain’s ‘resting state’? >>
* Self-forming biological scaffolding >>
* How to access TV news on any topic for the last three years >>

* Cameras know you by your walk >>
* Fear can be erased from the brain, research shows >>
* One Gene Lays The Blueprint for A Cheetah’s Spots And A Tabby Cat’s Stripes >>

* Video: Tour the First Retail 3-D Printing Store in the U.S. >>
* Is Apple Really Planning Self-Charging iPhones? >>
* New Material Will Finally Let Us Convert Waste Heat to Electricity >>

* Endeavour Lands at Edwards For Last Time | Video >>
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