Simple animation to explain complex principles - Electronics. 1, aircraft radial engine 2, oval Regulation 3, sewing machines 4, Malta Cross movement - second hand movement used to control the clock 5, auto change file mechanism 6, auto constant velocity universal joint 6.gif 7, gun ammunition loading system 8 rotary engine - an internal combustion engine, the heat rather than the piston movement into rotary movement # Via World Of Technology.
Tadpole eye transplants reveal neuroplasticity in Tufts lab. Photo by David McNew/Getty Images Recently, we have witnessed remarkable, fictional-sounding advancements in science and medicine.
There’s a guy who can hear color, another with a bionic eye attached to his brain, and a woman fighting back against the debilitating symptoms of multiple sclerosis by placing electrodes on her tongue. But for our next trick, we’re going to need a bucket of tadpoles with eyes on their butts and some good old-fashioned alternating current. In other words, things are about to get all kinds of weird. There’s a great deal of wow to unpack here, so let’s take it piece by piece. As the eyes grow, they send out snaking tendrils of nerve fiber, or axons. Before they could test the ectopic eyes however, the native ones had to be severed and removed. Finally, it was time to put the cyclops to the test. As for the main event? Obviously, enormous questions remain. Nanotech breakthrough: get ready for graphene.
The exciting one-atom thick super material can now be produced in ample quantities and high quality.
Rapid improvements in nanotechnology are now expected. Technology improvements are about to get dramatically ultra-fast. Exciting sustaining and disruptive innovations are on the way for just about every digital appliance, from touchscreen tablet computing to solar cells, according to a Science Daily report. Graphene is a new form of carbon, one atom in thickness, extremely strong and highly conducive.
This no-budget science fiction short looks better than most movies. The Good: AMAZING effects and character design!
The battle droids actually *looked* like devices built for live combat situations—heavily-armoured, heavily-ARMED, and just...heavy! The Bad: 1) WHEN will people finally drop the completely stupid "careful withdrawal of consciousness from virtual environment" trope? The rig on the interrogator's head is clearly a simple noninvasive magnetic-resonance device stimulating parts of his brain. Has the Large Hadron Collider destroyed the earth yet? Audífonos pequeños, con eliminación de ruido y claro con calidad Sony. Este cubo llevará el calor de tu casa hacía ti. La idea es brillante, HAGENT es este es un cubo robotizado con ruedas al cual el término correcto que se le ha de aplicar es “Robot calefactor de cambio de fase” y es que en invierno mantener el calor en donde estamos se convierte en una lata además hay otras partes en nuestra casa donde hay calor que se está desperdiciando.
Pues este brillante invento se encargará de reunir todo este calor y lo llevará hacia ti. Top 10 Ways to Turn Your Retired Gadgetry into the Technology of the Future. SExpand I have written How-Tos for many of them, but I concentrate on the "why" answers, not the "how".
There are lots of places on the internet with step-by-step guides. That isn't my best skill, I know this. When I do attempt to explain how-to, I don't deal with GUIs unless absolutely necessary. Why not? Ejército de nano helicópteros podría convertirse en la fuerza aérea del futuro. Hemos visto varios experimentos y conceptos relacionados con estos, cada vez menos simpáticos, cuadricópteros.
AlphaDog: El “perrobot” gigante de la DARPA inicia pruebas en el mundo real. La DARPA ha publicado el primer video de su robot "Legged Squad Support System" (LS3), la nueva versión de su robot de carga de 4 patas que remplazará a BigDog en la milicia.
Como su predecesor es capaz de llevar carga pesada sobre su lomo a través de un bosque o colina rocosa, solo que ahora soportará más peso y podrá mantener una dependecia durante más kilometros. Robot Cockroach Produces Its Own Power. I think we can all agree that cockroaches are pretty gross.
Science has always stuck up for the disgusting vermin and are once again championing the little guys as the first step towards cyborgs. Science has found a way, according to MSNBC, to convert the sugars in a cockroaches belly into electricity through a fuel cell. Once fuel cells are shrunk enough to be non-invasive to cockroaches, they can be implanted to power sensors or recording devices. Daniel Scherson, a chemist at Case Western Reserve University, explains how the nightmare fuel will be powered. A rechargeable battery is inserted alongside a biofuel cell that would store the small amount of energy it generates. “If you want to be futuristic, one may use the energy stored to try to control the neurological system of the cockroach and then you might be able to (control) the cockroach (with) a joystick,” Scherson told MSNBC. The alarming research points to a future of cockroach spies.
IBM Shrinks Computer Memory Into Only Twelve Atoms. Sony Nextep Computer Concept for 2020 by Hiromi Kiriki. In 2020 We Can Wear Sony Computers On Our Wrist Our present need for internet connectivity is so profound that secondary devices like the Nextep Computer are bound to happen.
Developed to be worn as a bracelet, this computer concept is constructed out of a flexible OLED touchscreen. Earmarked for the year 2020, features like a holographic projector (for screen), pull-out extra keyboard panels and social networking compatibility, make the concept plausible. Historia de la computacion. Historia de la Tecnología: Xerox PARC. Historia de la Computación.