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  • A New Way To Eat?
    By: Bradley
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    A graduate from a design academy created a set of colory design to stimulate more than just your sense of taste. Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which different senses such as touch, taste and hearing are affected and triggered by each other. Scientists in MIT have created a tiny transformer. The Milli-Motein is a reconfigurable robot that can be programmed to fold itself into a number of different shapes...
  • 10 Things You Didn't Know About Xbox
    By: pooya_f
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    10. the U.S. army has an Autonomous Rotorcraft Sniper System - a robot helicopter. It can fire 10 sniper rounds a second & is controlled via an Xbox 360 pad. 9.When the original Xbox was released in 2001, Microsoft lost $125 for each console sold. In 4 years it lost Microsoft $4 billion. 8. Xbox One controllers have cost over $100 million to develop & should last 10 years. Each button should be able to withstand 3 million presses.
  • New technology video, robot skeleton for human
    By: articleA
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    Hi sis a video about a technology which enable us walking for ling time without getting much exhausted. And enables use loading heavy things easily. This is a robotic skeleton attaching ot the body and it can be used by different size of bodies. When you use it you do not become exhausted soon because it transfer to weigh to the ground. Even when you carry something it do the same and transfers the weight to the ground and will prevent wasting your energy, you can keep your energy by this technology if you work hard physically. And you can load heavy things easily.
  • How it’s made, football helmet, documentary and educational video
    By: articleA
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    Hi this is a documentary video about the process of making helmet. In the game which the tackles are in high range and physical challenges exists players need these shelter to protect themselves, it is essential equipment. At first they use plastic for making dome, melting them and using mold to make dome. Then a robot transfer them to the conveyor, after that this robot make drills nine hole in the shelter for attaching face shelter and other things later. This machine is very faster than human and it drill all hole in 30 seconds. Then is a time for painting.
  • Why animals do not have any Wheels?
    By: articleA
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    This is a Vsauce educational video talking about why animals do not have any wheels? We know that wheels are very useful tools for transportation, they are used in many machines, they make it possible to carry heavy cargoes easily so why no animals have wheels? Even with these advancing the technology yet we use legs for some robots, BIG DOG, robot. In the revolution of the life animals will change in a way make the more possibility to survive, for example linger neck for reaching food for Giraffe. But the wheels are not appear while they are very useful, but why?
  • How to make cookie glasses?
    By: articleA
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    This is a tutorial video of the sere nerdy nummies that will show you how to make nerdy cookie glasses. You will need 1 large mixing bowl, 1 pocket of sugar cookie mix or you can use your favorite cookie recipe, black food color, 1 stick of butter an egg some flour hard candies. One glasses cookie cutter. You also need a rolling pin, 1 giant knife a pancake flopper, large robot monocle and a little robot monocle and a mixer. Then mixing the ingredient to have a cookie dough. We cal mix it with mixer or by hand. Then working with dough with hand and then using rolling pin.
  • Top 10 future technologies, now exist
    By: articleA
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    This is a video about ten technologies that you might have seen, and they will be in the future, I mean the technologies which will be in the future but now they exist. The 10th one is the printing human organs which allow us printing human body a 3d printing. The 9th one is big dog, it was started in 2005 by Boston and NASA, and Harvard University helps for this big robotic and dynamic dog. 8th future technology which now exists is thought controlled prosthetics, which allow it's owner to control the device by a chip implanted in his/ her brain.
  • Making ironman cake
    By: articleA
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    This is a tutorial video of making iron man shape cake. at first you need three layer of square shape cake then cut them to be face shape and continuing to soften upper parts and removing the edges of the face. The face need to be similar to a robot, as iron man is a robot. For more detail watch the video. After cutting and making the face smooth, put butter cream on the layers of the cake and at last cream co the cake to be soft. And all edges to be flat. Then prepare red dough for the face, then a yellow one to put on the face again to make the face similar to iron man.
  • Three Coolest Robots Ever
    By: Forumposting
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    The video presents three robots, Asimo, HRP-4 and NAO. It shows them dancing, climbing, waving, falling down, et cetera. The situations brought on robots are situations similar to regular person. It is really hard to point out which one is the best. They are all truly amazing.
  • Amazing Chef Robots
    By: poorya
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    That is quite surprising and amazing video that must see. The phenomenon has occurred in China that these types of events are commonly over the country. In order to cutting the labor cost as much as possible, Chinese restaurateur Cui Runguan has been succeeded to invent a helpful robot and then they are selling thousands of those robots in which have the capability to slice the noodles as hand slice and then pour them into a boiling pot water that is called the Chef Cui. Runguan the Chinese restaurateur has the notion that using these robots is just because of reducing the cost and replacing them with the workers.
  •  Nao Robot

    Nao Robot

    By: CVT
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    Do you like to have robote or making one robote? This is the amazing home robot that make in Japan. Nao (pronounced now) is an autonomous, programmable humanoid robot developed by Aldebaran Robotics, a French startup company headquartered in Paris. The robot's development began with the launch of Project Nao in 2004. On 15 August 2007, Nao replaced Sony's robot dog Aibo as the robot used in the Robot Soccer World Cup (Robocup) Standard Platform League (SPL), an international robotics competition. The Nao was used in RoboCup 2008 and 2009, and the NaoV3R was chosen as the platform for the SPL at RoboCup 2010. The Nao Academics Edition is available for universities and laboratories for research and education purposes, and is projected for public distribution by 2011. In October 2010, the University of Tokyo purchased 30 Nao robots for their Nakamura Lab, with hopes of developing the robots into active lab assistants.
  • Robotic Bird

    Robotic Bird

    By: Teach
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    This is the amazing video that show how technology and science improved in today world. The robotic technology grow up every day and the scientist create new robot. This is the Bird Robot that can learn from birds and also can fly like birds. This robot is able to emulate from the bird's wings and fly like the real birds.