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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 May 2015

* Microsoft (Yes, Microsoft) Has a Far-Out Vision >>
* Microsoft Is Sporting a New Attitude – It’s Called Innovation >>
* Microsoft is poised to own the future again — if they don’t blow it >>

* How Microsoft Is Going to Port Everything to Windows >>
* Microsoft designed a special processor to handle HoloLens data >>
* Microsoft’s holographic computer will cost significantly more than Xbox >>

* Microsoft sets up machine learning demo site that guesses your age >>
* Microsoft patents relationship-saving goggles that detect emotions >>
* Microsoft Integrates Autodesk’s 3D Printing Platform Spark Into Windows 10 >>

* Scientists Are Figuring Out How To Change Blood Types >>
* Blue Origin’s ‘New Shepard’ First Flight – Tracking Camera Video >>
* This “Liver On A Chip” Lets Researchers Forgo Animal Testing >>

* Out-of-Body Experience Is Traced in the Brain >>
* Scientists discover key driver of human aging >>
* The dawn of the plastic car? >>
* US ‘will not fund research for modifying embryo DNA’ >>

* Could A Knee Brace Power An Artificial Heart? >>
* NASA spacecraft smashes into planet Mercury >>
* Hospital-at-home is the new trend in healthcare >>

* Windows 10 Will Be the Software Brains Behind DIY Arduino Projects >>
* Why Microsoft Thinks Your Phone Could Be Your Only Computer >>
* It’s Microsoft Build, Day 2: Live, Streaming, Hot >>

* Google Says the Internet of Things’ Smarts Will Save Energy >>
* The Future Of “Killer” Robots: Helping People >>
* New Test Suggests NASA’s “Impossible” EM Drive Will Work In Space >>

* Try new Windows 10 preview build here >>
* Nasa’s Shapeshifting Airplane Wings Pass Flight Tests >>

* Powerful DirectX 12 game demo points to a way out of Uncanny Valley >>
* Windows 10 integrates Autodesk’s open platform for 3D printing >>
* Microsoft won patent for goggles that detect feelings of people near you >>

* High Tech Humans Smart tech that works on — and in — your body >>
* Wearable Devices for Astronauts to Help Find More Elbow Room in Space >>

* Is Tesla’s Residential Storage Unit First Of More To Come? >>
* The human universe: Should we take responsibility for the cosmos? >>

* The Doomed “Pillars of Creation” –A New In-Depth Look in 3D >>
* U.S. Hydropower Fleet has Upside Power and Storage Potential >>
* Possible Polar Cap on Pluto >>

* Virtual Reality Pioneer Looks Beyond Entertainment >>
* Industrial 3D printer places electronics within the objects it creates >>
* Deep Learning Machine Solves the Cocktail Party Problem >>

* The most comprehensive 3-D map of the universe >>
* Conference planners are going to love this system >>
* Robot Arm Brings Humanity Back to the Stone Age >>

* Russia to Create World’s First Rocket Engine Manufacturing Holding >>
* Guess What? Microsoft’s Baaaack! >>

* The new platform wars >>
* Yes, Windows 10 Is Coming This Summer—But Only For PCs >>
* Midterm EMdrive interstellar probe could flyby Alpha Centauri >>

* Stanford Virtual Reality Lab Ditches $40K Rig for $350 Oculus Rift >>
* The Big Money in Police Body Cameras >>

* How the language you speak changes your view of the world >>
* New Horizons photos show multicolored Pluto surface >>
* Google ‘should be allowed in examinations’ >>

* Making robots more human: Wearable sensors read human facial expressions >>
* Brain scan reveals coffee impact >>
* 3D printers are a pain — here’s how Microsoft and Autodesk are fixing them >>

* Drone footage from the harshest place on Earth will take your breath away >>
* This video shows an alleged hacker taking over somebody’s computer and freaking them out >>
* Japan Is Giving Away Ipads To Millions Of Elderly People >>

* An innovation that could transform the drug industry faces a major hurdle >>
* Coming Soon: A Test to Gauge Your Obesity Risk? >>
* SpacesX Launches First-ever Turkmenistan Satellite into Orbit, Bears 3D Printed Strut >>

* 3 babies given 3D printed airway splints found healthy in follow-up >>
* The Future of Energy >>

* HoloLens Demo for the Education Market at Build 2015 >>
* HoloLens Roboter Demo at Build 2015 >>
* Amazing HoloLens Demo at Microsoft Build 2015 >>
* Headline: Microsoft Shows HoloLens’ Augmented Reality Is No Gimmick >>

* New ‘Space Spider’ 3D Scanner Could Work in Space >>
* Fetch Puts Robots To Work >>
* NASA’s seemingly impossible space engine looks more possible after latest test >>

* Up close with Microsoft’s HoloLens headset >>

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