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Les sociétés Thulé, Vril et la Guerre entre Agartha et Shambhalla

Les sociétés Thulé, Vril et la Guerre entre Agartha et Shambhalla | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

La Société Thulé (ou l’ordre de Thulé) a été une société secrète assumée allemande de Munich, qui était à l’origine un groupe d’études ethnologiques s’intéressant tout spécialement à l’Antiquité germanique et au pangermanisme aryen. Ses mythes racistes et occultistes inspirèrent le mysticisme nazi et l’idéologie nazie.

 

La SOCIETE THULE s’occupait de choses matérielles et politiques tandis que la Société Vril avait des occupations qui concernaient surtout l’AU-DELA. Mais elles avaient quand même quelques points communs. Toutes deux étudiaient l’ATLANTIDE, Thulé, l’ "Ile des Bienheureux" de GILGAMESH (mythe sumérien du déluge), les rapports originels entre les Germains et les Mésopotamiens ainsi que les anciens sanctuaires comme Stonehenge avec ses pierres dressées.


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Le début d'une lecture; le début d'une aventure vers un autre monde de réalité...

The begining of this lecture will probably lead to an adventure into the depths of another reality...

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Jonathan Rivard's curator insight, September 17, 2013 8:59 PM

Votre conquête commence ici! Your quest begins here!

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With the Skinterface Suit, Now You Can "Feel" Virtual Reality

With the Skinterface Suit, Now You Can "Feel" Virtual Reality | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
Behold Skinterface - a virtual reality suit that allows its user to feel a range of sensations in the virtual world. The suit is equipped with vibrating nodes that simulates "feeling" things virtually.

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Airbus reveals Ambitious plan for Autonomous Flying Taxis

Airbus reveals Ambitious plan for Autonomous Flying Taxis | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
If a self-flying taxi scheme didn't come from the world's second largest aeronautical company, we might think it was a prank. However, Airbus appears to b

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rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, September 16, 11:17 PM
While the idea of having autonomous Flying Taxis is a welcome step, especially as it would help decongest traffic on roads, it might on the other hand lead to congestion in the skies! We would also have to ensure that the Flying Taxis don't pose a threat to planes taking off and landing at airports.
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The 4 biggest mistakes that teachers make when integrating Technology

The 4 biggest mistakes that teachers make when integrating Technology | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
The way teachers integrate technology in their classrooms impacts the way it is received and comprehended by students.

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Mike Lee's curator insight, September 21, 2015 7:39 PM

Some very valid points

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San Francisco introduces free, Solar-powered electric Vehicle Charging

San Francisco introduces free, Solar-powered electric Vehicle Charging | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
In a demonstration project, San Francisco unveiled three installations of an off-the-grid solar-powered charging station, allowing electric vehicle owners to pull up and charge for free.

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Off-the-Grid = Freedom

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Jukka Riivari's curator insight, September 22, 2015 10:16 AM

Small scale pilot in SFO

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M-commerce in China expanded by 168 percent in Q1

M-commerce in China expanded by 168 percent in Q1 | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

The report indicated that in Q1 of this year, there was an increase in mobile shopping by 168 percent.

 

This brought the Chinese m-commerce market up to an estimated $59 billion. The growth rate in that market was tremendously greater than the overall mobile shopping increase seen globally, which was a very healthy 45 percent. The iResearch figures were based on measurements of the gross merchandise volumes (GMV). The prediction that was made based on the data is that there will have been a continued rapid growth throughout Q2 2015.

 

M-commerce purchases made up almost half of all online shopping that occurred in china during Q1

 

.The amount of online shopping that occurred over mobile devices more than doubled from what it had been during the same quarter last year, when it had been a much lower 22 percent. ...


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5 Smart Technologies from the Mobile World Congress 2015

5 Smart Technologies from the Mobile World Congress 2015 | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
Smartphones, mobile security and wearables move into the future at global tech show. Here are five smart technologies from Mobile World Congress 2015.

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Technology evolves at a rate we should use to free ourselves from our current limitations !

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Mark Macalinao's curator insight, March 23, 2015 10:20 AM

The mobile world congress has shown new mobile technologies that will join our everyday lives that is one of the most important technologies.

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Google contact lens could help diabetics track glucose

Google contact lens could help diabetics track glucose | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
Google has unveiled a contact lens that monitors glucose levels in tears, a potential reprieve for millions of diabetics who have to jab their fingers to draw their own blood as many as 10 times a day.

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Technological Innovation!

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aanve's curator insight, January 17, 2014 11:40 PM

www.aanve.com

 

Meridian HOM's curator insight, January 18, 2014 7:45 AM

This is a great idea for our family members that are diabetics

Bill Hurley's curator insight, January 18, 2014 3:23 PM

Next up: Brain chip? 

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Adit Espagne : "Des petits robots qui se comportent comme des êtres vivants

Adit Espagne : "Des petits robots qui se comportent comme des êtres vivants | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

Des chercheurs de l'Université Polytechnique de Madrid ont mis au point des robots constitués de différents modules qui gèrent leur comportement grâce à des algorithmes génétiques. Le système de contrôle de ces robots doit tout d'abord comprendre de quelles parties ils sont formés avant d'analyser les meilleures solutions à mettre en place pour le déplacement par exemple. Un exemple concret d'un domaine en pleine expansion, la mécatronique…

 

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> Wiki/Mécatronique : http://bit.ly/11K3Mfk

> Universidad Politécnica de Madrid : http://bit.ly/11K3Knz

 


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[Ecouter] Et si on remplaçait les abeilles par des robots

[Ecouter] Et si on remplaçait les abeilles par des robots | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

C'est un fait : les abeilles disparaissent. Et si on les remplaçaient par des robots ? Des chercheurs américains ont mis au point de minuscules abeilles électroniques. Elles volent et sont capables de butiner les fleurs


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Certain insectes, tel l'abeille, ne sont pas discutable au point de vue d'une modification de l'environnement planétaire. Lire l'article ci-joint...

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Amazing Transportation Inventions

Amazing Transportation Inventions | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
Personal Jet Pack

Self-Driving Car

Gossamer Albatross

Shweeb Monorail

Hand-Powered Submarine

Leonardo da Vinci’s Helicopter

Lightweight "Dymaxion" Car

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Faute de main d’œuvre, le Japon engage des robots

Faute de main d’œuvre, le Japon engage des robots | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
Le patron d'une usine japonaise a confié sa ligne d'assemblage de pièces à des humanoïdes. Des robots qui travaillent de jour comme de nuit.

 

Les robots du futur débarquent en ville. Plus précisément dans la préfecture de Saitama, au nord de Tokyo, où le directeur de l'usine Glory vient de confesser à un journaliste desEchos avoir donner sa chaîne d'assemblage à des humanoïdes, sorte de robots 2.0 encore plus précis que les machines déjà en place.

«Les robots classiques travaillent vite et avec précision, mais ils réalisent peu de tâches différentes et n’offrent pas la souplesse et la finesse des humanoïdes», explique Katsuhiko Maruo, patron de l'entreprise.

Confronté à un vieillissement constant de sa population et des jeunes qui boudent toujours plus les ateliers, le Japon a entamé sa mutation vers les nouvelles technologies depuis un an. C'est le laps de temps qu'il a fallu à Glory, première entreprise à avoir sauté le pas, et la société japonaise Kawada Industries pour mettre sur pied ces «employés» de l'avenir.

Des machines qui doivent compléter, et non remplacer, le travail fournit par l'humain. «Nous voulons libérer l’homme des tâches subalternes et répétitives pour qu’il puisse se concentrer sur des travaux créatifs et générateurs de valeur ajoutée», affirme Kawada, leader de la robotique au Japon.

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Bayer Monsanto, une menace pour l’environnement

Bayer Monsanto, une menace pour l’environnement | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

La fusion entre Bayer, groupe chimique et pharmaceutique allemand, et l’américain Monsanto est une mauvaise nouvelle pour les agriculteurs et l’environnement.
 
Si les pouvoirs publics américains donnent leur feu vert à cette opération (ce qui n’est pas sûr), l’agriculture mondiale sera définitivement entre les mains de trois à quatre géants de la chimie (Monsanto-Bayer, CHemChina-Syngenta, Dow Chemical-DuPont), qui imposeront leurs produits et leur mode de développement.

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Breaking: Uber’s Self-Driving Taxis Have Hit The Streets

Breaking: Uber’s Self-Driving Taxis Have Hit The Streets | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
Today, Uber's self-driving autonomous cars began picking up passengers in Pittsburgh. In this first stage of testing, the cars still require a person to monitor progress and ensure that there are no issues.

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10 of the Best Blogging Tools | Sprout Social

10 of the Best Blogging Tools | Sprout Social | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

Creating, organizing, publishing and promoting content can take a lot of time. Luckily, there are some great blogging tools that help make the process easier for marketers who want to implement blogging into their content marketing strategy.

 

We’ve compiled a list of the best blogging tools and here are 10 tools you should be using to pull in your target audience:...


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Marco Favero's curator insight, October 9, 2015 3:11 AM

aggiungere la vostra comprensione ...

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Very good advice and tools for your blog

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 12, 2015 3:22 AM

Neil Patel shares a list of the best blogging tools you should be using to pull in your target audience.

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5 Hacks for Avoiding Big Data Surveillance

5 Hacks for Avoiding Big Data Surveillance | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
Organizations are collecting more and more of our personal data. Learn how to avoid big data surveillance.

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How 3D Printing Will Disrupt Manufacturing - Digitalist Magazine

How 3D Printing Will Disrupt Manufacturing - Digitalist Magazine | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

Manufacturers and suppliers up and down the value chain will be affected as the use of 3D printing expands over the next decade. As barriers to entry fall, smaller companies will challenge larger manufacturers with new business models that create a competitive advantage. To counter that, larger manufacturers should start preparing now with a situational assessment:Determine the drivers for 3D printing in your industry

 

Calculate the effects 3D printing could have on the supply chain, manufacturing, assembly, and other areas of the business.

 

Decide which components will benefit from being redesigned to take full advantage of additive manufacturing approaches.

 

Not every manufacturing application will be a fit, but companies need to build a strategy, find the sweet spots, and begin exploiting 3D printing within their own unique business contexts before the industry begins changing around them....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 19, 2015 4:58 AM

Don’t dismiss it as a hobbyist’s obsession. Make it part of your business strategy.

PFIAcademy's curator insight, September 23, 2015 1:50 AM

Cannot further emphasize the need for companies to analyze their 3D Printing Strategy and more so an assessment of current strategy and the possibility of re-aligning it with 3D printing in mind.

 

This technology holds tremendous potential to disrupt and companies will be taken unawares if they don't act.

Mike Allen's curator insight, September 24, 2015 9:30 AM

from ears and bras to nano-tech machines, 3D printing will transform business to allow mass customisation and destroy start-up barriers to ideas. However without marketing acumen,  finance and entrepreneurial character to grow the business, you may just make a better mousetrap which nobody wants.

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Nearly half of Spain's Electricity came from Renewables last Month

Nearly half of Spain's Electricity came from Renewables last Month | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
half of Spain’s electricity came from renewables last month

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"Smart" shirt monitors the health of its wearer - Information-Analytic Agency NEWS.am

"Smart" shirt monitors the health of its wearer - Information-Analytic Agency NEWS.am | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

A French company made a "smart" shirt, which monitors the wearer's health condition. Its unique ability the shirt has gained due to the material with microsensors, which can detect the first sympthoms of pathology and fatigue.

 

This work of French scientists was presented at International Consumer Electronics Show, held annually in January in Las Vegas, News reports.

According to the developers, the new material reads thewearer's body heat, heart rate, motion and location.

 

"This fabric can be used to produce any type of clothing: gloves, shirts and trousers, - says the managing director of Revillon City Zen Gilbert Reveillon. - First time we managed to introduce into the fabric sensors and thus combine the two industries. "...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, January 14, 2014 6:31 PM

Interesting application of smart fabrics and technology to the health field.

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L'Onu cherche à bannir les robots tueurs type Terminator - SmartPlanet.fr

L'Onu cherche à bannir les robots tueurs type Terminator - SmartPlanet.fr | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
L'Onu cherche à bannir les robots tueurs type Terminator
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Pour le rapporteur spécial de l'Onu sur les exécutions sommaires et arbitraires, il faut fixer des limites aux robots létaux autonomes avant leur futur déploiement.
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Voir le Département Avancé DARPA...

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Want to know more about the reality of such robots? Read on DARPA.
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Un robot pompier pour cartographier les lieux incendiés - Humanoides.fr

Un robot pompier pour cartographier les lieux incendiés - Humanoides.fr | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
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Un robot pompier pour cartographier les lieux incendiés
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Le dispositif se compose d'un robot mobile type Segway qui va explorer la zone sinistrée.
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Hiroshima company develops mini-copter

Hiroshima company develops mini-copter | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it

TOKYO —

Every once in a while a story comes along about a flying car or helicopter that fits in a briefcase, but they always disappear into the ether never coming to fruition.

This time, however, a little helicopter designed by Hirobo in Hiroshima Prefecture may be rolling out a personal helicopter that will actually get off the ground.

The machine was unveiled at the International Aerospace Exhibition in Nagoya, where it stole the show and caused the company to be inundated with inquiries.

According to the president of the RC helicopter manufacturer, Kotaro Matsuzaka, “This completely Japanese, 10 billion yen project is planned to be completed by 2021.” The main drive of this machine is to produce a means of transportation during emergencies and disasters.

The helicopter will come in an unmanned type costing 10,000,000 yen and a model that seats one for 30,000,000 yen. Unmanned models can be used to transport time sensitive materials like organs or blood.

They can reach speeds of 100km/h running on an electric motor for 30 minutes at a time. This can also help in search and rescue missions as the silent motor can help workers locate people calling out for help.

A large reason for the slow release is legal rather than technical. The company is expecting it to take 2 to 4 years to iron out the legal issues of mini helicopters in Japan. Matsuzaka, however, is optimistic enthusiastically announcing that a two-seater helicopter is in the works later in the future.

It’s great that this can be used to save lives, but it’s clear that everyone would kill for one of these just for our daily commute...


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Jerry Phelps's curator insight, November 4, 2014 1:06 PM

Really cool I definitely want one

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Les élèves de Charles-Coulomb ont inventé la crème des robots - Charente Libre

Les élèves de Charles-Coulomb ont inventé la crème des robots - Charente Libre | ROBOT FUTUR | Scoop.it
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Les élèves de Charles-Coulomb ont inventé la crème des robots
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Je n'y connaissais rien en robotique, mais j'aime les challenges !
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