A Teeny, Tiny Autopilot

Source : IEEE Spectrum I want to introduce tiny autopilot. It looks like a bug. Below posted By Philip E. Ross Researchers in the Netherlands have designed a thumbnail-size autopilot system that they say is the lightest in the world, at just 1.9 grams.  That should free up a fair amount of carrying capacity for the micro air vehicles (MAVs) that…

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Digital Assistance for Sign-Language Users

Source: Inside Microsoft Research Microsoft researchers are studying sign-language recognition by using Kinect. Below poseted by Rob Knies Sign language is the primary language for many deaf and hard-of-hearing people. But it currently is not possible for these people to interact with computers using their native language. Because of this, researchers in recent years have spent lots of time studying…

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Linkbot: That Modular Robot You’ve Always Wanted Is Now on Kickstarter

  Source: IEEE Spectrum This Linkbot looks like LEGO. We can make many kinds of robots as we want.The application of Linkbot  runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux which provides a graphical interface for controlling your Linkbots(and open source). It is easy to develop with robot everyone. (NAO have to do additional work to run on Windows with C++.)   By Evan…

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