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Robotics Exhibition : Session 2 2014

Robotics Exhibition : Session 2 2014

Join People to People Technology Summit : Session 2 during the final robotics exhibition live at 9:15am PDT on August 11, 2014.
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Artist cancels exhibition of nude pictures stolen from Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton

Last week LA-based artist XVALA — real name Jeff Hamilton — announced he would display recently leaked naked pictures of celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton as part of an upcoming art show he titled “No Delete.” But now the artist has backtracked on his original decision, removing the pictures from his planned exhibit, and replacing them with life-size nude pictures of himself.

Hamilton said the public reaction to the leaked photos made him change his mind. “People were identifying with Jennifer Lawrence‘s and Kate Upton‘s victimization, much more than I had anticipated, which is powerfully persuasive.” Hamilton’s scheduled exhibit was to be part of his long-running “Fear Google” series, and was to be run at the Cory…

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Julian Ayrs…sneak peek at Art Exhibition! “Light, Color & Spirit” series!

Julian Ayrs unveils artworks slated for Exhibition. Pink Ice Flows Multi-Media on paper Original 8 X 10 0.00 Contact:
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Play This Game, Get A MoMA Exhibition*

*Sort of.

The video game maker and academic Pippin Barr is best known to the wider world as the creator of The Artist is Present, a digital recreation of the performance artist Marina Ambramovic’s 2010 MoMA exhibition of the same name, in which she sat silent and motionless across from visitors for 736 hours.

Yesterday, Barr released his second game to take place within the walls of the icon on 53rd street. Titled simply Art Game, Barr’s work is free to play in your browser, and it puts you in the role of an artist preparing for an upcoming exhibition at MoMA. I don't want to ruin the surprise of the “medium” in which you work, but it is safe to say that your show requires some installation. If all goes well in the gallery, you end up on the cover of Artforum. The audience received my “Piece duh Resistance” as groundbreaking. Let's see what they say about yours!

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FANUC R1000-80F robot on INDUSTRIAUTOMATION 2012 exhibition

The FANUC R1000-80F robot is a special spotwelding robot with 80 kg load capacity. Tamás Mezei, engineer-sales expert of the FANUC Robotics Hungary Ltd. introduces the system and the main operation fields. More information:

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Visit ‘Print Fiction,’ a digital art exhibition for the web

Print Fiction Gallery

Graphic designer and artist Michael Alfred Seibert has opened Print Fiction, a temporary exhibition of digital art from a number of well-known artists. Rather than renting a physical space for the exhibition, Seibert used the free game engine Unity to create a virtual gallery floating in 3D space. Print Fiction features work from 17 artists, including Seibert himself, across eight inter-connected “rooms.” Art included in the gallery ranges from flat images to 3D sculpture, and some exhibits include sound. Through creating a virtual gallery, Seibert facilitates the juxtaposition of the separate pieces, as you would find in a traditional art gallery, rather than viewing each as single images on a webpage.

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Largest Robot Exhibition

The largest industrial robot exhibition ever held took place in Tokyo, Japan in December 2005. It featured a dinosaur robot walking on two legs, a life-like female robot and a concierge robot.
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CEATEC 2010 Exhibition In Japan: Our Round-up

Earlier this week, CrunchGear was at CEATEC 2010, Asia’s biggest technology and electronics exhibition, which takes place yearly in Chiba (one hour away from Tokyo). All major Japanese electronics makers showcased their newest products (plus numerous prototypes) at the event, and we condensed 12 highlights from CEATEC into a long list after the jump.

Click through for videos and more information on each device you’re interested in.

Mitsubishi Diamond Vision OLED Display

• Modular OLED Display
• Commercially available since last month
• $ 400,000 for a 155-inch display
• From the post: “Buyers can order the display in any size they want.”

Hitachi LCD Projector

• Smallest and shortest-focus projector
• Combination with touchscreen whiteboard
• On sale in the US within this month
• From the post: “It produces 80-inch images from a distance of just 56cm.”

Toshiba Naked-Eye 3D TVs

• World’s first glasses-less 3D TVs
• 2 sizes: 22 and 12 inches
• On sale in Japan in December
• From the post: “Images can be viewed in 3D when users look at the screen in one of nine distinct viewing angles.”

Fujitsu Windows 7 Tablets

• 2 protoypes
• Will run Windows 7
• “Currently in development”
• From the post: “The hardware looks quite nice in both cases.”

Sharp Android Phone IS03

• 3.5-inch LCD with iPhone 4 resolution
• Android 2.2
• Massive spec list
• From the post: “My first impression was that much like Sharp’s Galapagos (Android-based) tablet, the UI was too sluggish.”

Fujitsu Social Bear Robots

• Robots shaped like teddy bears
• Hundreds of pre-programmed patterns of behavior
• Target groups: nursing homes, schools
• From the post: “I was surprised how responsive the robots actually are.”

Toshiba Folio 100 Android Tablet

• 10.1-inch LCD touchscreen
• Android 2.2
• Europe-only device
• From the post: “Big downer: Toshiba won’t let you access the Android market through this tablet.”

Fujitsu Dual Touchscreen Phone

• Prototype phone
• 2 capacitive touchscreens
• Symbian OS, “Android theoretically possible”
• From the post: “What’s cool is that you can actually separate contents on both screens, for example using Twitter on top and checking emails on the bottom.”

Olympus AR Walker

• Augmented reality headsets
• Showcased by mobile carrier NTT Docomo
• 3 working prototypes
• From the post: “When you run, the AR Walker can show you how many calories you burnt, how fast you go or provide information about the route ahead.”

Panasonic Lumix Phone

• Cell phone with Lumix camera
• 13MP CMOS sensor
• Wi-Fi and DLNA support
• From the post: “And both the design of the device and the way Panasonic presented it were disappointing.”

TDK Bendable And Transparent OLED Displays

• 2 passive matrix mini OLED panels
• Flexible type is just 0.3mm thin
• See-through type has a transmittance of about 50%
• From the post: “What’s cool is that both prototypes are showcased as black-and-white and color models.”

Sharp Galapagos Android Tablets

• 5.5-inch and a 10.8-inch versions
• Sharp plans e-book service supporting the devices
• both models launch in Japan in December
• From the post: “Turning pages or zooming (and then moving the screen around) was just a little too laggy for my taste.””


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Highlights from the International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo

Simroid, a robotic dental patient, is among the attractions at the International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo.

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MWC 2010: Exhibition Impressions of App Planet – Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2010

The SuiteLife-Team went to the Mobile World Congress 2010 and we walked around and visited the App Planet. Here we met a lot of Application developers, Content providers, Operators, Device makers and platform owners. Big Companies such as Vodafone, BlackBerry, Sony Ericsson, WP, and Motorola were present. Google had it’s own Android Developer Lab.

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