Transhuman. Ubuntu. Arduino. The Nanotube Site. Translation to Romanian Maybe the most significant spin-off product of fullerene research, leading to the discovery of the C60 "buckyball" by the 1996 Nobel Prize laureates Robert F.
Curl, Harold W. Kroto, and Richard E. Smalley, are nanotubes based on carbon or other elements. These systems consist of graphitic layers seamlessly wrapped to cylinders. The primary purpose of The Nanotube Site is to facilitate the exchange of ideas among researchers by concentrating links to sites dedicated to nanotubes. The Nanotube Site is maintained regularly by David Tomanek, work and travel schedule permitting. TubeASP: Web-Accessible carbon nanotube generation applet by Roberto Veiga TubeGen: Web-Accessible Nanotube Structure Generator by the Doren Research Group, University of Delaware CoNTub: Java-based code to generate nanotube junction geometries by the GMDM group at the University of Granada, Spain Fullerene Isomers ... back to David Tomanek's home page. Mobile-fine-tuning.
Giving your computer the power of thought... Ultra Hal Assistant 6.2 Ultra Hal Assistant is a conversational system for your Windows PC based on award winning artificial intelligence technology.
What can it be used for? As a companion/entertainment product: Hal can discuss any topic and learns and evolves from your conversationsAs a personal or office assistant: Hal can function as a personal information manager (PIM) and keep track of your appointments, contacts, and moreFeatures: Understands spoken or typed EnglishLearns from every sentence3D avatars show emotionSpeaks out loudPersonality evolves over timeCan keep address/phone/email book Keeps appointment bookPerforms unit conversionsLaunches applicationsHelps browse the InternetCan define any wordCustomizable with built-in VBScript Download Free Trial Purchase $29.95 More Info Plug-ins. Locusts Watch Star Wars To Create Robot Vision. 8 April 2000 by Kate Melville British and Swiss scientists have developed a robot with an electronic visual system based on that of a locust, enabling it to behave like a swarming insect and avoid collisions with objects.
Dr Claire Rind, of the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, showed locusts clips of the Star Wars movie to study how their eyes and nerve cells reacted to fast-moving objects and backgrounds. She hopes the robot's neural network program, which mimics part of the locust's brain, will be the basis of a collision-avoidance system for cars. The conventional approach to creating such systems involves using radar or infrared detectors, and requires very heavy-duty computer processing. HAL. And AIML Documentation (A.L.I.C.E. AI Foundation) The Elements of AIML Style by Dr.
Richard S. Wallace is a no-nonsense technical book that takes you on a journey from the first steps of creating your own bot with AIML, through all the questions and answers every botmaster asks, to advanced A.I. and hard-nosed business applications of AIML. The trip ends with a brief glimpse into the future of bots and AIML. The Elements of AIML Style is also available as a benefit of membership in the ALICE A.I. Foundation. Archival Alicebot Documentation The following documents are not maintained currently and should not be relied upon for up-to-date information. Don't Read Me: ALICE and AIML documentation by Richard Wallace This is an older document, and some of the issues it discusses are specific to Program B. Smart House. *notcot in design , 19:43 On incredible temporary event spaces, the Smart House (home of the Smart Fortwo) is one of the coolest spaces around.
Located on Abbot Kinney in Venice Beach, surrounded by some of the cutest boutiques, restaurants, and bars and only a few blocks from the beach, its a pity this loft will only be around till january.
MI6 - The Home Of James Bond. Control Engineering, Marine Joystick Controls, joystick boat control, Engineer, Manufacture, Installation and Repair Marine Automation and Control Systems. CES 2010: best and worst. Remote control posts - Crave - Page 3.
Funtrak Limited. Bose Worldwide - Contacts. Nanotechnology Basics. Home > Introduction > Nanotechnology Basics Nanotechnology Basics Last Updated: Friday, 14-Jun-2013 09:28:04 PDT What is Nanotechnology?
Answers differ depending on who you ask, and their background. Broadly speaking however, nanotechnology is the act of purposefully manipulating matter at the atomic scale, otherwise known as the "nanoscale. " Coined as "nano-technology" in a 1974 paper by Norio Taniguchi at the University of Tokyo, and encompassing a multitude of rapidly emerging technologies, based upon the scaling down of existing technologies to the next level of precision and miniaturization. Foresight Nanotech Institute Founder K.
In the future, "nanotechnology" will likely include building machines and mechanisms with nanoscale dimensions, referred to these days as Molecular Nanotechnology (MNT). Click image for larger version. This image was written using Dip-Pen Nanolithography, and imaged using lateral force microscopy mode of an atomic force microscope. "We know it's possible. Technology News. CNET.com - Tech Trends - Cutting-Edge Technology - The Home of the Future. By Joel Enos(3/22/00) First the Net went portable.
Now it's going practical. Forget about plug-and-surf Web computers such as the iMac; we're talking about stoves that store recipes, and toilets that email personal information to your doctor. It sounds like just so much new-millennium hype, but Net-enabled appliances are the first wave of a complete revolution in home design--a revolution that's happening right now. CNET gives you a room-by-room look at what's coming. The (Inter)Face of the FutureThe key to making the home of the future work is communication. Design Guidelines and Tools. SportSub submarines, submersibles, minisubs, tourist subs, personal subs, subs, small tourist subs. Land, Air and Sea - Museum of Strange and Wonderful Vehicles. Wired 12.05: NextFest: The Shape of Things to Come. Fasten your seat belts: The long-awaited future of travel gets real.
It's always been just over the horizon: a world of flying cars, levitating trains, personal helicopters. Now it's here. Almost. New & Proposed Launch & Propulsion. Science news and science jobs from New Scientist. Home - Smarthouse.