Monthly Archives: March 2016

Amazon organized a secret robot, AI and space conference

Amazon brought a number of AI, robotics and space exploration experts together for a secret conference this week, according to Bloomberg. It was called MARS, or Machine-Learning (Home) Automation, Robotics and Space Exploration conference. Apparently, Jeff Bezos himself attended this … Continue reading

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Limbitless surprises 10-year-old cheerleader with 3D printed bionic arm

Limbitless Solutions, the University of Central Florida non-profit organization that teamed up with Robert Downey Jr. to give a young boy a 3D printed Iron Man bionic arm this time last year, has now changed the life of Julianna Lindon, … Continue reading

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3D printing transforms carbon dioxide into sustainable concrete material

UCLA researchers have devised a method for creating a sustainable 3D printed building material called ‘CO2NCRETE’ in which CO2 emissions from power plants are harnessed and recycled into an environmentally friendly concrete substance. from 3ders.org http://ift.tt/21uPbTE via IFTTT

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The AstroPi Project Goes Where No Pi Has Gone Before

The first results from the two Raspberry Pi boards now on board the International Space Station are starting to arrive on the ground, and there is a new competition for British school children to have their code run in space. … Continue reading

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Top 10 best free 3D modeling software tools for 3D printing

We’ve already covered the best sites to download free STL files to 3D print, but if you want to create a unique or purpose-built 3D printed object, there’s no better option than modeling it yourself. Whether you are an absolute … Continue reading

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What I Use to Visualize Data

“What tool should I learn? ” I hesitate to answer, because I use what works best for me, which isn’t necessarily the best for someone else or the “best” overall. Nevertheless, here’s my toolset. Tags: tools from FlowingData http://ift.tt/1U9Z2NT via … Continue reading

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All 2.3 Million Species Are Mapped into a Single Circle of Life

Lineages of all known species on Earth are finally pieced together — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com from Scientific American http://ift.tt/1LOKS3u via IFTTT

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