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DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.
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Interesting printer concept! wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.
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Interesting printer concept! wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.
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Interesting printer concept! wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs
The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.
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Interesting printer concept!

wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs

The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true.

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Interesting printer concept!

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Meeting notes for June 2nd 2014

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Notes for tonight’s meeting - http://a1etherpad.herokuapp.com/p/20140414
ucresearch:

Building robots to land on Saturn’s moons
Landing an unmanned robot on another planet can be quite a feat and can end up being quite a complex process.  Scientists want to make this process easier but also allow us to explore worlds that are currently too difficult to land on.
UC Berkeley professor Alice Agogino is working with doctoral students to build what are known as tensegrity robots.  Essentially, these are robots built with a series of rods and tension wires that protect the delicate scientific instruments in the middle.
The structure allows for both flexibility and strength while navigating a rugged environment — for example, landing on a planet’s rocky surface. These robots can explore places that are currently inaccessible to wheeled rovers such as rocky cliffs, which are rich in geological data due to the exposed rock.
Currently, NASA researchers are working on a prototype to one day land on places such as Titan - one of Saturn’s moons.  Scientists are interested in this moon because it has a thick atmosphere with flowing liquids on the surface and is often referred to being the most earthlike world in our solar system.
Read more about this technology →
ucresearch:

Building robots to land on Saturn’s moons
Landing an unmanned robot on another planet can be quite a feat and can end up being quite a complex process.  Scientists want to make this process easier but also allow us to explore worlds that are currently too difficult to land on.
UC Berkeley professor Alice Agogino is working with doctoral students to build what are known as tensegrity robots.  Essentially, these are robots built with a series of rods and tension wires that protect the delicate scientific instruments in the middle.
The structure allows for both flexibility and strength while navigating a rugged environment — for example, landing on a planet’s rocky surface. These robots can explore places that are currently inaccessible to wheeled rovers such as rocky cliffs, which are rich in geological data due to the exposed rock.
Currently, NASA researchers are working on a prototype to one day land on places such as Titan - one of Saturn’s moons.  Scientists are interested in this moon because it has a thick atmosphere with flowing liquids on the surface and is often referred to being the most earthlike world in our solar system.
Read more about this technology →

ucresearch:

Building robots to land on Saturn’s moons


Landing an unmanned robot on another planet can be quite a feat and can end up being quite a complex process.  Scientists want to make this process easier but also allow us to explore worlds that are currently too difficult to land on.

UC Berkeley professor Alice Agogino is working with doctoral students to build what are known as tensegrity robots.  Essentially, these are robots built with a series of rods and tension wires that protect the delicate scientific instruments in the middle.

The structure allows for both flexibility and strength while navigating a rugged environment — for example, landing on a planet’s rocky surface. These robots can explore places that are currently inaccessible to wheeled rovers such as rocky cliffs, which are rich in geological data due to the exposed rock.

Currently, NASA researchers are working on a prototype to one day land on places such as Titan - one of Saturn’s moons.  Scientists are interested in this moon because it has a thick atmosphere with flowing liquids on the surface and is often referred to being the most earthlike world in our solar system.

Read more about this technology

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This is What Happens When You Build a Cube Out of One Way Mirrors http://themindunleashed.org/2014/03/happens-build-cube-one-way-mirrors.html
Tonight’s meeting notes can be found here: http://a1etherpad.herokuapp.com/p/20140407

Tonight’s meeting notes can be found here: http://a1etherpad.herokuapp.com/p/20140407

Tonight’s notes can be found here:  http://a1etherpad.herokuapp.com/p/20140331

Neurosurgeons successfully implant 3D printed skull - via Wired http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-03/26/3d-printed-skull

Tonight’s meeting notes can be found here http://a1etherpad.herokuapp.com/p/20140324

prostheticknowledge:

Clark - Superscope
Music video put together by Vincent Adoxo uses an oscilloscope to display animations, captured in one take - video embedded below:


Music video for Clark’s single Superscope on Warp Records. Made entirely on an oscilloscope, what you see is one shot—no video effects, no video editing.

Vincent offers some background around what an oscilloscope is here - what you are seeing is an animation composed by sound and visualized by the device. The audio file to recreate these animations has been included here
Vincent also has a Tumblr blog here


How to make an oscilloscope dance / Clark - Superscope prostheticknowledge:

Clark - Superscope
Music video put together by Vincent Adoxo uses an oscilloscope to display animations, captured in one take - video embedded below:


Music video for Clark’s single Superscope on Warp Records. Made entirely on an oscilloscope, what you see is one shot—no video effects, no video editing.

Vincent offers some background around what an oscilloscope is here - what you are seeing is an animation composed by sound and visualized by the device. The audio file to recreate these animations has been included here
Vincent also has a Tumblr blog here


How to make an oscilloscope dance / Clark - Superscope prostheticknowledge:

Clark - Superscope
Music video put together by Vincent Adoxo uses an oscilloscope to display animations, captured in one take - video embedded below:


Music video for Clark’s single Superscope on Warp Records. Made entirely on an oscilloscope, what you see is one shot—no video effects, no video editing.

Vincent offers some background around what an oscilloscope is here - what you are seeing is an animation composed by sound and visualized by the device. The audio file to recreate these animations has been included here
Vincent also has a Tumblr blog here


How to make an oscilloscope dance / Clark - Superscope

prostheticknowledge:

Clark - Superscope

Music video put together by Vincent Adoxo uses an oscilloscope to display animations, captured in one take - video embedded below:

Music video for Clark’s single Superscope on Warp Records. Made entirely on an oscilloscope, what you see is one shot—no video effects, no video editing.

Vincent offers some background around what an oscilloscope is here - what you are seeing is an animation composed by sound and visualized by the device. The audio file to recreate these animations has been included here

Vincent also has a Tumblr blog here

How to make an oscilloscope dance / Clark - Superscope

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Tonight’s meeting notes can be found here: http://a1etherpad.herokuapp.com/p/20130317