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Rush hour gridlock in downtown Chicago could be set to ease thanks to an underground express transportation system that will ferry passengers to the city's O'Hare Airport. The City of Chicago has just selected Elon Musk's Boring Company to design, build, pay for, operate and maintain the Express Loop, which will see electric pods carry up to 16 people to or from the airport in as little as
It's not clear how much OrangeGames shelled out for its chunk of the Finnish studio, which also created the free-to-play social adventure Hotel Hideaway. ...
Here’s a 16-minute video in which Kai Wong shares his latest list of the 5 best full frame lenses worth investing in if you’re a Nikon DSLR shooter.Here’s the list of Wong’s picks (watch the video to hear his intro and explanation for each choice):#1. Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 FL — $4,000#2. Nikon 58mm f/1.4 — $1,600#3. Nikon 85mm f/1.4G — $1,600#4. Nikon 105m
If you’ve always dreamed of having your photo grace the front cover of a fashion magazine, guess what? It ‘only’ costs $430.The U.S.-based Sheeba Magazine is currently inviting photographers to apply to be selected for its magazine cover. Here’s the graphic that’s being used to advertise this opportunity:Sheeba Magazine “can make your dream come true.”The
Thanks to their speed and dexterity, Delta robots are commonly used on assembly lines, but they do need a lot of space to work in. Now, Harvard engineers have developed the world's smallest version of the ubiquitous bot, dubbed the MilliDelta. As its name suggests, the new robot measures just a few millimeters, and could lend a hand in precise picking, packing, manufacturing and even surgery
All in all, Animoca Brands' 318 casual mobile games were included in the sale. ...
the robot is given the ambitious task of finding its scattered legs and restoring itself to its original configuration.The post this self-healing robotic chair falls apart and picks itself back up again in minutes appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (ACRV) has claimed first place in the 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge with a low-cost Cartesian robot for unstructured environments. Built from the ground up for the competition, "CartMan" outshone its costlier rivals by picking and stowing more items in its allotted test time...Continue Reading CartMan picks and sticks its way to glory in Amazon Roboti


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