Archive: 21/01/2005

Comic Book Engineering

ASME has launched a new comic strip series to introduce and educate young readers about the history and contributions of mechanical engineering. Each month throughout 2005, the Web-based "funnies" will feature entertaining ...

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On track with the latest iTV moves

Demonstrating how truly interactive television can be, GMF4iTV’s system allows producers link rich media content to moving objects in normal TV programmes, changing telespectators from passive to active viewers. "The [GMF4iTV] ...

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UK scientists get a 'whiff' of Titan's surface

Further insights into Titan were unveiled today (21st January 2005) as scientists involved in the joint NASA/ESA/ASI Cassini-Huygens mission presented further results and images a week to the day after the successful descent ...

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The automobile of the future on the way

ROBOTIKER-TECNALIA Technological Centre is currently developing the project known as TANGER (Technologies for New Generation Automobiles). These technologies will integrate novel and innovative solutions into new automotive ...

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