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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 June 2013

* Researchers Can Now “Hear” The Exact Shape Of A Room >>
* A microphone that listens with light: hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction >>
* The Most Amazing Map You’ll See Today (No Matter What Day It Is) >>

* Finding all asteroid threats: NASA announces asteroid grand challenge >>
* Science Has Built Luke Skywalker’s Robotic Hand, Touch and All >>

* Privacy visor glasses jam facial recognition systems to protect your privacy >>
* App Crowdsources Locations of Every Surveillance Camera >>

* World’s First Supersonic Drone Ready For Its Maiden Flight >>
* Eye-Tracking Software May Reveal Autism and other Brain Disorders >>
* Chemical nanoengineering: Designing drugs controlled by light >>

* Disposable Drones Will Collect Data by Surfing Along with Hurricanes >>
* Learning To Learn Faster: The One Superpower Everyone Needs >>

* How the Hell Does a Quantum Computer Work? >>
* New DNA Fog Covers Crime-Scene Suspects With Evidence >>
* Stanford’s Artificial Neural Network Is The Biggest Ever >>

* Virtual reality display lets fire crews see in a blaze >>
* New Particle Hints at Four-Quark Matter >>
* Adafruit’s Onion Pi Tor Proxy Project Creates A Private, Portable Wi-Fi Access Point >>

* First message sent to Gliese 526, 17.6 light years away >>
* Dynamic target tracking camera system keeps its eye on the ball >>
* Creating Forests to Reduce Tsunami Damage >>

* NASA Names First Astronaut Class for Deep Space Exploration >>
* Study of anesthesia-induced brain-wave patterns could make sure patients don’t wake up during operations >>
* Solar plane to help ground energy use >>
* Music Festivals, Bluetooth Monitoring and the Behavior of Crowds >>

* Which Came First, Life or Earth? >>
* Gaming the System >>
* Adapting to Automation >>

* Deleting Memories >>
* Flying Robots >>
* Half of Nasa’s new astronaut class are women >>

* A chlorophyll-based phototransistor >>
* Optogenetics for treating obsessive-compulsive disorders >>
* Scientists put backpacks on dragonflies to track their brains in flight >>

* Cable companies have multigigabit internet capability but are waiting for competition >>
* Effects of Alzheimer’s disease can be partially reversed in mice >>
* Cancer metastasis explained with chase and run mechanism >>

* Everest’s final frontier: Life without oxygen >>
* New lease of life for hobbled planet-hunter Kepler >>
* Slime mould could make memristors for biocomputers >>

* Designers Make City Noise Actually Sound Good >>
* Now Live: The July 2013 Issue Of Popular Science Magazine >>
* Would It Actually Be Cheaper and Faster To 3D Print Yourself a House? >>

* Crazy New Subatomic Particle That May Rewrite the Rules of Matter >>
* A Private Jet Catalog That Actually Flies: This Is How You Sell Luxury >>
* Four Insane 60s Military Prototypes That Crashed and Burned >>

* High-Tech Cheetah Tracking Reveals the Cat’s Hunting Secret >>
* 06/17/13 PHD comic: ‘The origin of the name’ >>
* Uranus Is Being Chased By Asteroids! >>

* Venus’ Winds Are Mysteriously Speeding Up >>
* Book Review: The Milky Way, An Insider’s Guide >>
* Exoplanet Targets in Nearby Space >>

* This virtual dissection table is incredible [potentially NSFW] >>
* When tornados strike, which way do they travel? >>
* It looks like PayPal is making a move to be the first bank in space >>

* Your Dad’s Next Nurse Might Be a Robot >>
* VW and PepsiCo on succeeding in China, Contagious on the world in five years >>
* Google brings carousel layout to local search results on the desktop >>

* Tour the E3 Show Floor Through Google Glass >>
* International Linear Collider will be a Higgs factory >>
* Adobe’s New Creative Cloud Apps Are Now Available for Rent >>

* Gadgetwise Blog: Zapping Bugs With the Wave of a Racket >>
* NASA picks eight astronaut trainees that may go to asteroids and Mars (video) >>
* AMD details first ARM-based server chip: up to 16 helpings of Cortex-A57 clocked at 2GHz >>

* WALKING ON LAVA – and now scientists have explain it >>
* Using “Holograms” In Medical School Lectures >>
* Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection >>

* Printing tiny batteries >>
* World’s most powerful microscope ready for research >>
* Simple kit turns Raspberry Pi into portable Tor gateway >>

* NASA’s Grand Challenge: Stop Asteroids from Destroying Earth >>
* Elon Musk will keep Spacex Private until the Goal of Human Colonies on Mars are Achieved >>
* First Known Four-Quark Particle Pops Up In Japanese Collider >>

* London’s Triangular “Cheesegrater” Tower Rises In This Gorgeous Video >>
* Nursing Home Tracks Residents’ Every Move >>
* Music Festivals, Bluetooth Monitoring and the Behavior of Crowds >>

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