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The Ranting Robots give their first impressions on Super Smash Bros for the Wii U and 3ds video game systems. “Gaslamp Funworks” song by Kevin MacLeod @ inco…
The Ranting Robots analyze “Mario Kart 8″ for the Wii U video game system from E3 2013. “Gaslamp Funworks” song by Kevin MacLeod @ incompetech.com.
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Chatting Talk are proud to offer you. Our Auditory Analysis Apps for Android In the video you can see a kid making use of the auditory analysis app on an Android Nexus 7. This app and a UK accent variation are offered in the Google Play Shop for a lot of Android devices and on Amazon for the current Kindles.
Reebok-CCM partnering on impact-sensing flexible sports cap, hopes to improve real-time injury analysis
While the whack of two helmets might be an inescapable part of some high intensity sports, knowing a bit more about exactly what’s going on throughout those effects can imply the difference in between a pause, and time in medical facility. Reebok-CCM Hockey and electronic devices form MC10 have simply announced that they are establishing a wearable cap that will certainly register the strength and severity of head impacts throughout games. The project is in fact aspired at all sports and age-groups, and utilizes high-performance electronics products reshaped into an ultra-thin, breathable, versatile system that technology partner, MC10, anticipates to additionally be much more inexpensive. The cap will certainly enable quick analysis with the use of different colored readouts, showing the strength of influence. The item will not be commercially available till next year however, however we’re currently considering prospective worthy partnerships.
Continue reading Reebok-CCM partnering on impact-sensing pliable sports cap, expects to enhance real-time injury analysisFiled under: WearablesReebok-CCM partnering on impact-sensing pliable sports cap, wishes to enhance real-time injury analysis initially appeared on Engadget on Sat, 27 Oct 2012 04:34:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds. Permalink CNET|| Email this|Comments
If you were wondering where all the PC growth was, look East, young person. IHS, formerly iSuppli, expects that desktop sales will rise 8% and Ultrabook sales will take up 15 to 20 percent of notebook shipments. Windows 8 and Intel’s Ivy Bridge are to be driving factors in PC growth this year.
In comparison, IDC found that 2011 PC shipments shrank in Europe and the United States by 9%.
Lenovo is still the number one PC maker in China, followed by Acer. HP has declined to fifth place with 5.3% market share.
IHS doesn’t really break out Apple sales vs. Windows but knowing the penchant for Made in Cupertino over there, I wouldn’t be surprised if they were high on the list.
“And amid a period of slowing PC sales growth worldwide, China’s consumers and businesses continue to generate healthy increases,” said Elaine Zhi, IHS analyst.
Enterprise around the world still hasn’t hit the refresh button on their internal IT so it’s clear that things probably won’t change much until after Windows 8 launches. Considering most machines made in the last six years can run just about any heavy duty app thrown at them – my own Mac Pro is from 2008 and it runs like a clock – there’s little need to upgrade. That will change when Snow Lion obsoletes a number of Mac models while Windows 8 potentially forces a move toward touchscreen devices.
It shouldn’t come as any surprise when someone says that this year’s display, or phone, or what have you, is the best ever. After all, improving the category is what companies strive to do, right? So Apple’s claim (on Samsung’s behalf, really) that the new iPad’s display is the “best display ever on a mobile device” isn’t hyperbolic, just confident. DisplayMate’s battery of image quality tests, fortunately, agree with that assessment.
The new display is sharper than any screen its size and has better color representation than most home displays and HDTVs. It’s not perfect, of course, and the iPad is more than just a display (one has to take into account many things when reviewing or purchasing one), but it’s nice to know that the claims of superiority are, in this part of the iPad at least, justified.
Those interested in the details of the report should just go ahead and read it; the take-away is that everything is way better, the color is great, the sharpness is unaccompanied by any problems or effects, and generally things are as good or better than everything else out there. The one big fail seems to be in battery life: at full brightness, the new iPad died almost an hour and a half before the iPad 2. But at medium brightness they were back on par with one another.
As for what’s powering the display: it may not be quite the knockout Apple suggested. A few synthetic benchmarks have suggested that the A5X does indeed excel in graphics performance, but the CPU itself is behind the latest Tegras. It’s difficult to extrapolate from synthetic benchmarks into real-world performance, though, so for now no one should be making a lot of noise about who’s got the fastest gun in the west.
I wrote about the potential benefits of screens of this quality pervading the world of publishing and design. Hopefully the other display makers will catch up with Samsung and offer their high-res displays to the likes of Asus, Motorola, and the rest, and we can stop talking about resolution and color representation and resume talking about content and usability.
Inb4 dammit Qui-Gon, you’re swinging like a f***ing padawan!
This is a humorous video (“aim like a drunkard, jump like an idiot”) showcasing some of the major lightsaber battles in The Phantom Menace and just how overly-cautious they were executed. Like, a lightsaber never comes withing like two feet of making contact. WTF! It’s not like they were using real lightsabers. You could have hired me for these fight scenes and I’d have let you swing a wiffle-ball bat at my head FULL FORCE (plus killed myself after the movie came out). Make contact? No biggie — I’m three-quarters retarded already! “I bet it’s more like four-fifths.” SEVEN-SIXTHS AND NOT A FRACTION HIGHER.
Hit the jump for the I’ve choreographed more realistic lightsaber battles in my living room.
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Wolfram Alpha Pro now available, $4.99 a month will let you throw almost anything at it for analysis
Wolfram Alpha has made some fairly big strides in its few short years of existence, but the so-called computational knowledge engine has now rolled out what founder Stephen Wolfram says is the “the single most important development for Wolfram Alpha since the original website launched in 2009.” That development is Wolfram Alpha Pro, a new premium service that will run you $ 4.99 a month (or $ 2.99/month for students) and give you access to a wealth of new options for both input and output. On the input end, you can now upload images, audio and other files (over 60 types in all) for automatic analysis and a detailed report — according to Stephen Wolfram, the ultimate goal being “to do what a top data scientist would do if given the user’s data.” As for output, you’ll now be able to take advantage of a number of richer download options, including the ability to interact with and tailor the reports to your liking. As you might expect, however, that’s just scratching the surface — you can get a detailed look at the new service at the links below, or take it for a spin yourself with a free trial subscription.
Question by nandita: which is the best university in the usa for an ms degree in robotics and finite element analysis?
i am interested in doing a master’s degree in computer integreated design and manufacturing which includes robotics and finite element analysis as subjects.this course is offered under mechanical engineering.please do help me find an answer.
Answer by sweettoni37
ITT or Devry are much better schools and less time you have to go.
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