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The ‘Virtual Eye’ that will let US soldiers see round corners

The ‘Virtual Eye’ that will let US soldiers see round corners (0)

Dubbed Virtual Eye, this technology uses two cameras to grab 3D images of the space that are fused into a single, real-time virtual reality scene– which can be moved for a 360-viewing.

Global warming breakthrough – Icelandic project turns carbon dioxide into STONE

Global warming breakthrough – Icelandic project turns carbon dioxide into STONE (0)

Scientists have a found a quick way — but not a cheap one — to turn heat-trapping carbon dioxide gas into harmless rock.

Mind-reaching machine that can eavesdrops on the voices in your head

Mind-reaching machine that can eavesdrops on the voices in your head (0)

A mind-reaching machine that can translate thoughts into speech is coming closer to reality.

Scientists figure out how to UPLOAD knowledge to the brain

Scientists figure out how to UPLOAD knowledge to the brain (0)

A GROUP of scientists claim to have created a simulator which can upload knowledge directly to your brain.
Source: http://www.express.co.uk/

Self-driving ‘ground drones’ hit the London streets

Self-driving ‘ground drones’ hit the London streets (0)

The mopeds of delivery drivers everywhere are set to be ousted by ‘ground drones’ that can navigate city streets by themselves.

Google Unveils New Atlas Robot

Google Unveils New Atlas Robot (0)

Google’s Boston Dynamics has revealed the latest version of its humanoid robot

Nasa’s ‘photonic propulsion’ uses lasers to produce thrust

Nasa’s ‘photonic propulsion’ uses lasers to produce thrust (0)

Technology harnessing the power of light could be the key to cutting down travel times to Mars from years to just a matter of days.

Flying cars are just TWO years away

Flying cars are just TWO years away (0)

Terrafugia claims its TF-X will be ready to take to the skies by 2018

Breakthrough in storage could store hundreds of terabytes of data

Breakthrough in storage could store hundreds of terabytes of data (1)

These ‘eternal’ storage systems, developed by scientists at the University of Southampton, harness five-dimensional digital data that could survive for billions of years.

Google has developed secret lighter than air material

Google has developed secret lighter than air material (0)

Google has developed a lighter than air material is says could ‘change how we interact with the sky,

Is this the end of stitches? Star Trek-style device uses LASERS to close wounds

Is this the end of stitches? Star Trek-style device uses LASERS to close wounds (0)

Researchers have developed a way to use lasers to bind tissues together and speed up healing.

Google’s new quantum computer is ‘100 million times faster than your PC’

Google’s new quantum computer is ‘100 million times faster than your PC’ (0)

Google and Nasa have been working on a lightning-fast quantum computer that is 3,600 times faster than a supercomputer at solving complex problems