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Festo Bionics, years ahead
posted November 17 2010 13:59.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Festo is the leader in pneumatic systems, with hundreds on innovations yearly. Part of the group Festo is the Bionics Learning Network, which has...

[Via: botjunkie]    [Link: Festo]
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New Racetrack Magnetic Memory achieves mind blowing R/W speeds
posted November 15 2010 15:56.03 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Scientists at the Zurich Research Center of IBM are working on this completely new memory type. It will have 100000 times the speed...

[Via: Science Daily]    [Link: IBM]
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Goodyear developed for NASA new spring airless tires
posted November 15 2010 6:50.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Its fascinating to follow space technology. I suppose you've all seen lunar vehicles driving on the moon surface. Do you think that the tires...

[Via: gizmag]    [Link: NASA]
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The very first laptop, ever!
posted November 11 2010 16:47.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis




An absolutely interesting post from core77 today. This is the very first "laptop" computer mankind had ever seen so far! Meet the GRiD Compass...

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Electric cars with wireless power charging
posted November 7 2010 21:17.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis




That is a very attractive idea that haloIPT offers. What this company makes, is Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) wireless charging for electric cars. The concept is to have...

[Via: Southgate Amateur Radio]    [Link: haloIPT]
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New MIM diode may change electronics as we know
posted November 5 2010 13:32.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Researchers at Oregon State University have solved a quest in fundamental material science that has eluded scientists since the 1960s, and could form the basis of a new approach to electron...

[Via: southgatearc.org]    [Link: nanowerk.com]
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iControlCenter App with Simatic S7-300 Controller
posted June 17 2010 21:20.02





Jens Meissner demonstrates his Icontrol center application for iPhone-HMI system that enables interfacing with Siemens Simatic controllers.
In this video we see Jens using the iPhone accelerometer to control some motors, the responce time from the whole system is rapid and with much sensitivity also.
You can get moe info here but the knowledge of German language is essential.

[Link: i-controlcenter]
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Wireless bluetooth arduino hexapod robot SPIDEE-1
posted June 15 2010 18:36.22




aggrav8d is building a hexapod called SPIDEE-1, i'm watching the progress he makes and now i think it is time to be presented.
You can check the Facebook page for updates and sourceforge for the 3D simulation environment to control and communicate serially with the haxapod.
It is a very nice effort and a plus to open source community so it worths your click.

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When engineers owns dogs
posted June 12 2010 7:23.58 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I could not find more details about this, but frankly, it is most amusing! Look what happens when an engineer owns a dog...

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