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Electric Objects Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Build Displays For Digital Art

Electric Objects 05 Startup Electric Objects aims to build displays for Internet art, separate from devices like laptops and smartphones that it says are “designed for distraction.” Today it’s launching a Kickstarter campaign for its first wave of displays, dubbed the EO1. Founder and CEO Jake Levine, who was previously the general manager of Digg (at Betaworks), elaborated in the video… Read More

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Electric Objects Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Build Displays For Digital Art

Electric Objects 05 Startup Electric Objects aims to build displays for Internet art, separate from devices like laptops and smartphones that it says are “designed for distraction.” Today it’s launching a Kickstarter campaign for its first wave of displays, dubbed the EO1. Founder and CEO Jake Levine, who was previously the general manager of Digg (at Betaworks), elaborated in the video… Read More

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Mini-Bots Are Helping Scientists Control Tiny Objects Under A Microscope

mibot_06 Imina has created tiny little robots that can be used to help scientists and researchers manipulate tiny objects under a microscope, giving them a tiny helping hand when looking at very small objects. The video above, filmed by AtoZNano, shows the miBots in action. They’re controlled via a joystick-like interface and the tiny probe can measure wires and nanotubes and can even help out… Read More

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These Extra Arms Will Help You Lift Heavy Objects Like A Super Cyborg

srl-img4-1401721722159 It’s hard out there for men and women who are not the multi-armed goddess of destruction and rebith, Kālikā. MIT researchers have created a pair of robotic arms that connect to your shoulders and give you another pair of pinchers to help you lift heavy objects, keep objects in place while you attach them overhead, or subjugate Lord Shiva with your power to both create and destroy. Read More

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Aiming To Build Beautiful, Internet-Connected Displays, Electric Objects Raises $1.7M

electric objects Jake Levine, most recently the general manager of Digg, is hoping to build devices that change the way we interact with the Internet, and he’s raised $ 1.7 million in seed funding to make that happen. Levine is founder and CEO of a new startup called Electric Objects. He outlined the general idea in a blog post earlier this month, writing that his goal is to “put the Internet on your wall”: Read More

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Aiming To Build Beautiful, Internet-Connected Displays, Electric Objects Raises $1.7M

electric objects Jake Levine, most recently the general manager of Digg, is hoping to build devices that change the way we interact with the Internet, and he’s raised $ 1.7 million in seed funding to make that happen. Levine is founder and CEO of a new startup called Electric Objects. He outlined the general idea in a blog post earlier this month, writing that his goal is to “put the Internet on your wall”: Read More

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Sigfox Raises $20.6 Million To Create A Global Cellular Network For Connected Objects

French startup Sigfox raised a Series B round of $ 20.6 million (€15 million) from IDInvest and BPIFrance. Existing investors (Elaia Partners, Partech Ventures, Ixo and Intel Capital) also participated. As a reminder, Sigfox wants to create an alternative cellular network specifically dedicated to connected objects. Compared to traditional cellular networks, this network can cover a larger area… Read More

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Samsung’s new case uses ultrasound to detect people and objects

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 may be getting lots of smart new accessories, but the Korean smartphone maker is also making sure its lower-powered phones get some love too. After including various software usability functions in the Galaxy Core Advance at the…

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Creation of Class and Objects

I had created this “Creation of Class and Objects” ppt. thought it would be nice to share. So here it is :)
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Watch an ultrasonic array move objects in 3D space (video)

Ultrasonic levitation has been possible for awhile, but it’s not very practical when objects must typically hover along a single axis. University of Tokyo researchers Yoichi Ochiai, Takayuki Hoshi and Jun Rekimoto have cleared this hurdle with an …

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