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Brainwave-controlled cat tails for humans move according to moods (Wired UK)

Brainwave-controlled cat tails for humans move according to moods (Wired UK) | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
The Japanese company that gave us mind-controlled cat ears has upped the ante with a new line of detachable cat tails for humans that move according to a wearer's mood...
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Matt Uebel - Google+ - An electron microscope photograph shows a human figure…

Matt Uebel - Google+ - An electron microscope photograph shows a human figure… | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
An electron microscope photograph shows a human figure created by a newly developed 3D printing technique for nano structures Researchers from the… (An electron microscope photograph shows a human figure created by a newly developed 3D printing technique...
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The truly strapless watch: Man gives himself magnetic arm implants to hold iPod Nano (and we spoke to him!)

The truly strapless watch: Man gives himself magnetic arm implants to hold iPod Nano (and we spoke to him!) | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Read 'The truly strapless watch: Man gives himself magnetic arm implants to hold iPod Nano (and we spoke to him!)' on Digital Trends. Taking his love of...
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Take tips from the arts to make robots come alive - tech - 20 January 2012 - New Scientist

Take tips from the arts to make robots come alive - tech - 20 January 2012 - New Scientist | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Actors, animators and dancers are helping to help create expressive automatons (A lovely story about the TRAITORS who are teaching The Machine HOW TO FOOL YOU.
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