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Futueseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2015

* Cable Out During Tonight’s NBA Opener? Just Watch It in VR >>
* Flying Cars and Hoverboards exist with limitations and DARPA 2045 predictions >>
* DARPA seeking dynamic radio communication system that can overcome jamming >>

* Mcube makes MEMS smaller than a grain of sand >>
* Robots Can Now Teach Each Other New Tricks >>
* Zooming along Mars’ Surface | Space Wallpaper >>

* ESO Observatory Discovers a Completely Unknown Part of the Milky Way >>
* “The Kepler Dimming-Star Mystery” –‘Alien Megastructure’ Buzz Could Soon Be Put to Rest >>
* Boulder Extraction and Robotic Arm Mechanisms For NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission Start Rigorous Testing at NASA Goddard >>

* New Horizons Maneuvers Toward Potential Kuiper Belt Target >>
* Sonic Tractor Beam can levitate and manipulate objects in midair and will scale up to levitate and move soccer ball sized objects >>
* Recommended Robot and AI Reads This Week >>

* A Drone with a Sense of Direction >>
* Holographic sonic tractor beam lifts and moves objects using soundwaves >>
* Northrop Grumman wins Long Range Strike Bomber deal which will start at $21 billion and go up to at least $80 billion >>

* DARPA seeking dynamic radio communication system that can overcome jamming >>
* Chile’s Hybrid PV-Solar Thermal Power Stations >>
* Mcube makes MEMS smaller than a grain of sand >>

* Novena: A Laptop With No Secrets >>
* The New Wrinkle in Graphene Is Wrinkles >>
* Berkeley Lab Researchers Discover Unique Thermal Properties in 2D Black Phosphorous Nanoribbons >>

* Stretchable Antenna Boosts Range for Wearable Devices >>
* Scientists turn tomatoes into efficient medicinal compound factories >>
* Can Genetic Engineering Save Endangered Rhinos? >>

* Robots Can Now Teach Each Other New Tricks >>
* There’s a Runaway Defense Department Blimp Floating Somewhere Over Pennsylvania >>
* Watch The Inside Out Emotions React To The Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer >>

* FDA APPROVES USE OF ENGINEERED HERPES VIRUS TO TREAT CANCER >>
* MIT Is Growing Living Bacteria Into a Second Skin That Reacts To Your Sweat >>
* ‘X-RAY VISION’ DEVICE USES WI-FI REFLECTIONS TO SEE THROUGH WALLS >>

* 3-D Cameras Give Computers Brains, Much Bigger Brains >>
* How filthy is the International Space Station? An astrobiologist weighs in. >>
* Mastercard turns clothes into payment devices >>

* How people are actually using the internet of things >>
* Discovering Gale Crater: A VR experience from the L.A. Times >>

* Robot Radiologists Will Soon Analyze Your X-Rays >>
* Scientists found a way to float objects and create holograms…with sound >>
* How an episode of The Simpsons is made >>

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