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Black friday; Book Reviews - The NXT Step - Blogger

Black friday; Book Reviews - The NXT Step - Blogger | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
... worth reading. sometimes the book is repeating itself a bit, but if you read through, you learn why LEGO universe failed and at the same time minecraft boomed. Here is the link. Enjoy reading! Posted by: Robotica at 6:24 AM.
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ROBOTICA EDUCATIVA y PERSONAL: Barcelona acoge la Final Nacional de la World Robot Olympiad

ROBOTICA EDUCATIVA y PERSONAL: Barcelona acoge la Final Nacional de la World Robot Olympiad | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
RT @RO_BOTICA_: Barcelona acoge la Final Nacional de la World Robot Olympiad (WRO) http://t.co/dZszQ6l1WL
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We could soon design and 'print' alien cells on Earth

We could soon design and 'print' alien cells on Earth | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
'The day is not far off when we will be able to send a robotically controlled genome sequencing unit to other planets to read the DNA sequence of any alien microbe life that may be there,' claimed Craig Venter. 'If we can beam them back to Earth we should be able to reconstruct their genomes. The synthetic version of a Martian genome could then be used to recreate Martian life on Earth.'
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The NXT STEP is EV3 - LEGO® MINDSTORMS®

The NXT STEP is EV3 - LEGO® MINDSTORMS® | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
Damien Kee · Daniele Benedettelli · Laurens Valk · Mark Crosbie · Martijn Hellemans · Matthias Paul Scholz (Acting editor). NeXTSTORM · Robotica. Emeritus. Dave Parker · Fay Rhodes · James Floyd Kelly (Founder).
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Robotica * Robotics (2010) Movie (Page 1 of 1) - View topic ...

Robotica * Robotics (2010) Movie (Page 1 of 1) - View topic ... | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
Frame rates...........23976.Language..............Japanese Subtitles...............English Hardsubs Link: [HF-Eng] Robotica Robotics.mp4 [99.95 MB] · Check Sources on shortypower.org · Check Sources on peerates.net · Dupe Check...
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New Concerns on Robotic Surgeries

New Concerns on Robotic Surgeries | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
A study says that some cases of serious injuries involving robotically assisted surgeries performed by the da Vinci system were not reported to an F.D.A.-mandated database.

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Kel Mohror's curator insight, September 12, 2013 5:32 PM

--A 2010 study found that 56.8 percent of surgeons surveyed anonymously said they had experienced irrecoverable operative malfunctions while using the da Vinci system

 

--Women were more likely to be harmed during the robotic procedures

 

--cost $1.5 million to $2.5 million

 

--“This whole issue is symbolic of a larger problem in American health care, which is the lack of proper evaluation of what we do,” Dr. Martin A. Makary, an associate professor of surgery at Johns Hopkins and the senior author of the paper.

 

--researchers at Johns Hopkins were able to find examples of botched operations that were not reported to the agency. They concluded that adverse events associated with the da Vinci were “vastly underreported.”

 

--questions about the quality of training provided

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Tree Lobsters!: #481 Battlecar Robotica

Tree Lobsters!: #481 Battlecar Robotica | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
#481 Battlecar Robotica. http://www.treelobsters.com/2013/06/481-battlecar-robotica.html. Click These Buttons! Go on. You know you want to. Tweet. Search Tree Lobsters!: Powered by OhNoRobot.com. 25 days, 9 hours, ...
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robotically fabricated carbon and glass fibre pavilion by ICD + ITKE

robotically fabricated carbon and glass fibre pavilion by ICD + ITKE | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
the assembly of the shelter was performed on-site by a 6-axis robot coupled with an external sevenths axis, built entirely by an innovative carbon and glass fibre winding process.

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NASA Announces Plan for Capturing an Asteroid

NASA Announces Plan for Capturing an Asteroid | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it

NASA wants to identify an asteroid in deep space, figure out a way to capture the spinning and hard-to-grab orb, nudge it into our planetary region, and then set it into orbit around the moon, the agency announced Wednesday.

 

The capture would be performed robotically, and the relocated asteroid would become a destination for astronauts to explore—and, possibly, for space entrepreneurs to mine.

 

The idea may sound more like science fiction than national policy, but it actually fits in with key goals of the Obama administration and the space community.

 

Those goals include learning how to identify asteroids heading toward us and to change their course, finding destinations where astronauts can go as they try to learn how to make the longer trip to Mars, and providing opportunities for space investors.

 

"This mission represents an unprecedented technological feat that will lead to new scientific discoveries and technological capabilities and help protect our home planet," NASA administrator Charles Bolden said in a statement before the plan was announced on Wednesday.

 

"This asteroid initiative brings together the best of NASA's science, technology, and human exploration efforts to achieve the president's goal of sending humans to an asteroid by 2025," his statement continued.

Planning for the effort has just begun, and Bolden said teams will meet over the summer to work out how to select the right asteroid, how to get a spacecraft to it, and how to tow it many millions of miles to our moon.

As envisioned in a new NASA video (below), the asteroid would be caught and then surrounded by a large, flexible covering that will be towed by a spacecraft with two large solar arrays.


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Robotica 5.0 | Pakistan Technology Blog

Robotica 5.0 | Pakistan Technology Blog | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
Blackberry 8900 curve : Robotica 5.0 In this robotica Blackberry 8900 theme your blackberry icons are replaced by robot.
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Bluetooth concroll for mindstorm

Bluetooth concroll for mindstorm | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
... make this functionality work directly form brick to brick, as I'm sure many of our readers have a NXT and we still would love to use it with the EV3 for building more complex robots then before. Posted by: Robotica at 7:13 PM.
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Create or copy mars DNA whit robots and machines

Create or copy mars DNA whit robots and machines | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
For Venter life can be reduced to “protein robots” and “DNA machines” but he also believes that technology will unlock far more exotic opportunities for creating life. The title of the publication refers to the idea that we may be able to transmit DNA sequences found on Mars back to Earth (at the speed of light) to be replicated at home by biological printers. “I am confident that life once thrived on Mars and may well still exist there today,” writes Venter. “The day is not far off when we will be able to send a robotically controlled genome-sequencing unit in a probe to other planets to read the DNA sequence of any alien microbe life that may be there.” Venter’s ideas may sound like science fiction but he has achieved comparable feats in the past. Frustrated by what he viewed as slow government-led efforts to sequence the human genome in the 90s, Venter raised private capital to create a rival effort under the company name of Celera Fears that Venter and his backers would attempt to patent the genome spurred the US-led effort into action and global genes-race was sparked, with both sides eventually agreeing to announce their result one day apart in February 2001. Venter parted ways with Celera in 2002 and founded the J.Craig Venter institute in 2006. In 2010 he and his colleagues at the institute announced that they had created the world’s first synthetic organism. The team creating a bacterium genome from scratch and ‘watermarked’ it with custom DNA strings (these included an encoded email address) before transplanting it into another cell. The cell then began to reproduce, making it the first living species created by humanity. Although such pioneering work frequently raises ethical questions over the danger of humanity ‘playing God’, Venter writes that he is not concerned with such concerns. In ‘Life at the Speed of Light’ he writes: “My greatest fear is not the abuse of technology but that we will not use it at all.
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Prosthetic Hand is Robotically Cool

Prosthetic Hand is Robotically Cool | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
Robotics technology has had plenty of false starts throughout the years. It seemed like, decades back, we were getting close to having true robots bounding about our living rooms and commenting on ou...
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Finally the wait is over, but wait.... - The NXT Step

Finally the wait is over, but wait.... - The NXT Step | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
... know that the older NXT (2.0) site is still on-line? If not then this is your time to download the last FIRMWARE, BONUS MODELS and NXT-G, before the site goes of-line. Don't wait too long..... Posted by: Robotica at 9:32 PM.
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Dr. Felipe Castro: Cirugía robótica o convencional?

Parent and Patient Perceptions of Robotic vs Open Urological Surgery Scars in Children. Purpose. Cumulative evidence shows that robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery is safe and at least as efficacious as open surgery for ...
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The NXT STEP is EV3 - LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Blog: ALL ...

The NXT STEP is EV3 - LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Blog: ALL ... | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
Damien Kee · Daniele Benedettelli · Laurens Valk · Mark Crosbie · Martijn Hellemans · Matthias Paul Scholz (Acting editor). NeXTSTORM · Robotica. Emeritus. Dave Parker · Fay Rhodes · James Floyd Kelly (Founder).
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Salamandra robotica II moves swiftly on both land and water - Gizmag

Salamandra robotica II moves swiftly on both land and water - Gizmag | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
The Salamandra robotica II is the latest iteration of an amphibious robot that can walk, crawl, and swim just like a salamander.
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Robotica 2012 Italian Trade Fair for Humanoid and Service Robots

Robotica 2012 Italian Trade Fair for Humanoid and Service Robots | Seguridad robotica | Scoop.it
Check out this interesting international humanoid and service robots trade fair that took place near Milan, Italy: Robotica 2012.

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