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The deadline for the Google Lunar XPrize has again been pushed back, this time to March 31, 2018. After over 10 years and multiple deadline extensions, it is hoped that this is the final delay for what has undeniably been an ambitious competition to get the first privately funded spacecraft onto the Moon...Continue Reading Lunar XPrize extends mission deadline and adds extra milestone prizesC
crafted with care, much like how music shapes our lives, the klipsch 'capitol one special edition' combines classic design with modern acoustic technology.The post retro-influenced klipsch and capitol records’ special edition speaker appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A robot is only as good as its sensors, so researchers at Stanford University and UC San Diego have developed a new "4D" camera that greatly enhances robotic vision. Billed as the first-ever single-lens, wide field of view, light field camera, the new system uses a spherical lens and advanced algorithms to capture information across a 138-degree field of view to allow robots to not only navig
the designer's object imagery hinges on what's unseen, which might be called dao -- the underlying flow of the universe.The post ian yen rethinks chinese tea culture from philosophy to shape for the float tea set appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
I had a rhythm. I had a routine. Most days, I even had enough time. On a few magnificent days, I had more than enough time. (No, really. It was glorious.) But then my daughter was born. Eventually my wife went back to work. And much to our chagrin, no acceptable daycare or nanny options Read More...The post 7 Keys to Staying Productive When Your Daily Routine Gets Detonated appeared first on Copy
The Blizzard art team explains how they learned that Zerglings have grubby, horrifying little hands at the end of their spikes. ...
Montreal architect Paul Bernier has completed a home clad in blackened timber and weathering steel on the shores of a lake in rural Quebec. Read more
An easier route As network topologies and data access patterns have evolved, load profiles can change so quickly that a completely new approach to networking is required. That approach is OpenFlow.…
Malware on your smartphone – or other smart device – could someday be used to track your body position or identify your movements within a room. That's the conclusion reached by researchers at the University of Washington, who created a program that turns such devices into active sonar systems. ..Continue Reading Hacked smartphones could use sound to track your movementsCategory: ScienceTags:
Productive? In August? Isn’t that an oxymoron? This month we wrap up the summer (in our hemisphere, anyway), get ready for the school year, and head into the final third of the year. The key to making this time productive is to work on the right things — and not throw our time or energy Read More...The post The Copyblogger Guide for a Wildly Productive August appeared first on Copyblo

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