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Mind-controlled videogames become reality | KurzweilAI

Mind-controlled videogames become reality | KurzweilAI | .R0b0t5. | Scoop.it
  NeuroSky Inc. and Emotiv Systems Inc. are among the companies vying to emerge in the brain-wave market using electroencephalograph, or EEG, (RT @KurzweilAINews: Mind-controlled videogames become reality:   NeuroSky Inc. and Emotiv...

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Passenger spaceship completes its first rocket-powered flight

Passenger spaceship completes its first rocket-powered flight | .R0b0t5. | Scoop.it
Virgin Galactic gets closer to letting you buy your way into space. (Un po' più vicini al turismo spaziale.
http://t.co/WRs8ddBH1c)
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Finaly the avarge Joe can go to space (with a lot of $$)

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NASA is streaming a spacewalk live today | Science! | Geek.com

NASA is streaming a spacewalk live today | Science! | Geek.com | .R0b0t5. | Scoop.it
I suggest you click the play button on the video below as soon as possible.
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Science Jokes

Science Jokes | .R0b0t5. | Scoop.it
This is a great science joke shared by @WoolyBully9 on twitter. (RT @tesScience: This is a great science joke shared by @WoolyBully9 on twitter.
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HowStuffWorks "How Robots Work"

HowStuffWorks "How Robots Work" | .R0b0t5. | Scoop.it
Robots are becoming increasingly sophisticated and lifelike. Learn about robots, the latest robot technology and how close we are to artificial intelligence.
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What robots need.

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Roboticists discover the secret of insect flight, and it's not wings

Roboticists discover the secret of insect flight, and it's not wings | .R0b0t5. | Scoop.it

When it comes to insect flight, we usually only think about how the insect's wings contribute to aerial stability. But scientists have now discovered that the abdominal movements of some insects also play a large role in flight control, particularly when hovering — a finding that could lead to improved aerial drones.

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Could contribute to better flight on planes to.

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