Scientists develop self-learning arm controlled by thought

Scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University are developing a robotic arm prototype and its control algorithm using myoelectric signals. The mechanical limb will independently recognize the motions of its owner and be able ...

Measuring the smallest vibration

EPFL scientists have used feedback to cool the motion of a micron-sized glass string to near absolute zero. This required building a sensor capable of resolving the smallest vibration allowed by quantum mechanics.

World's smallest wireless LED lamp unveiled at LIGHTFAIR 2013

At LIGHTFAIR International 2013 today, Thermal Solution Resources, LLC (TSR) introduced the world's smallest wireless LED lamp – the intelliSSL MR16 – which can be controlled remotely from iOS, Android or Windows smartphones, ...

GoPro camera rig creates awesome-dude effects

(Phys.org) —What happens when you construct an array of GoPro cameras is the question that is answered in a YouTube posting that is hard to see just once. Permagrin Films' Marc Donahue used 15 GoPro cameras to shoot a video ...

Leap jumps to capture next step in motion control

In a bustling tent set up in a parking lot here at the South By Southwest Interactive Festival, people are pointing their hands and gesturing with chopsticks as they guide various actions on a dozen computer screens.

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