Archive: 03/29/2005

Making human motion more animated

Capturing and animating human motion for use in virtual reality or in television production is typically long and costly. However that is about to change with the first fast low-cost motion animation system that needs no ...

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Nanotechnology could promote hydrogen economy

Say "nanotechnology" and people are likely to think of micro machines or zippy computer chips. But in a new twist, Rutgers scientists are using nanotechnology in chemical reactions that could provide hydrogen for tomorrow's ...

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Device For Weighing Individual Molecules

Physicists at the California Institute of Technology have created the first nanodevices capable of weighing individual biological molecules. This technology may lead to new forms of molecular identification that are cheaper ...

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Next generation anti-land mine device

UK-based humanitarian de-mining specialists Disarmco have teamed up with ordnance and explosives experts at Cranfield University at Shrivenham to develop the next generation of anti-land mine device. The anti-landmine inv ...

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Samsung Intros Phone with File Viewing Capabilities

- The file view function allows users to view document and image files over the mobile phone - Remote control functionality provides control of PC and automobile navigation, as well as TV Samsung Electronics introduces it ...

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