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Get Reminders To Brush Your Teeth And Water The Plants With The Digital “Mother”

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Need a helpful reminder to brush your teeth, take your morning pills, or water the plants? The newly announced device, called “Mother”, imbues everyday objects with the gentle nagging power of our awesome moms. Conspicuous peanut-sized trackers (“Cookies”) attach to toothbrushes, medication bottles, backpacks, water glasses and other household items to track if they’re being used correctly.

Our own dear mothers could be the next to be replaced by a computer–except, of course, telling us to give them grandchildren (oh, and that unconditional love thing).

Inside the Cookie, a tiny accelerometer knows whether, for instance, a medicine bottle has been lifted up and turned upside down–indicating that you’ve dumped our your morning pills. Cookies are placed on all sorts of household objects and wirelessly synced with the base station, which broods from a distance in the shape of a loving Russian doll.

Beginning with mostly household objects, the possible applications for Mother are endless. Imagine any object around the house, car, or office that you’re supposed to use on a regular basis and it, could, in theory, work with Mother’s digital ecosystem. Mother also tracks temperature (for, say, pets) and geolocation (for tracking a child on the way from school).

Sen.se’s Mother device is supposed to launch in the spring with a base station and 4 Cookies for $ 222. Check out more on their site.

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Good Deal: ‘Plants vs. Zombies’ available for free on iPhone and iPad

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Plants vs. Zombies has long been among the most popular games on both Android and iOS, but it’s always come with a price tag. That’s suddenly changed, however, now that PopCap has made its garden slasher app available for free. Previously priced at $ 2.99 on iTunes and Google Play, the iPad-compatible HD app is only free for iOS users, and it remains unclear whether PopCap will offer a similar discount for Android gamers. It’s also unclear how long the offer will last, but if you have yet to try your hand at mowing down cartoon zombies, now would be a good time to start. You can download the app here.

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Good Deal: ‘Plants vs. Zombies’ available for free on iPhone and iPad

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Plants vs. Zombies has long been among the most popular games on both Android and iOS, but it’s always come with a price tag. That’s suddenly changed, however, now that PopCap has made its garden slasher app available for free. Previously priced at $ 2.99 on iTunes and Google Play, the iPad-compatible HD app is only free for iOS users, and it remains unclear whether PopCap will offer a similar discount for Android gamers. It’s also unclear how long the offer will last, but if you have yet to try your hand at mowing down cartoon zombies, now would be a good time to start. You can download the app here.

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Chemical senors could detect plants’ cries for help, reduce need for pesticides

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It’s a distressing idea, but science proposes that when under attack, plants cry for support. Invisible and, commonly odor free, green leaf volatiles left out from plants act as a defense mechanism, communicating to other foliage that threat is near. One researcher at the University of Georgia, nevertheless, is establishing a chemical sensor to utilize these distraught omissions for really good. Working in a comparable fashion identifying sugar in the blood, the sensor would have the ability to alert farmers to when yields are under attack from bugs, enabling them to trigger defenses reactively, and in a localized area. The net result being less chemicals on our food, and possibly reduced expenses for producers. Additional proposed uses feature assisting us keep our fruit and vegetables at home fresher for longer by– virtually– extracting bad apples in a bag, before they affect the others. The innovation is still being enhanced for field use, but a testing gadget must follow when complete. In the meantime, we’ll never ever feel the same about mowing the lawn once again.

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SLIPS liquid repeller is inspired by carnivorous plants, enemy to insects and graffiti artists alike

SLIPS synthetic liquid repeller is inspired by carnivorous, enemy to insects and graffiti artists alike

When a team of Harvard researchers wanted to create the ultimate liquid- and solid-repelling surface, they looked toward the Nepenthes pitcher plant, where curious insects check in and never check out, thanks to slippery walls that lead to their tiny, horrific fate. The tropical plant inspired the creation of SLIPS (Self-healing, Slippery Liquid-Infused Porous Surface), a synthetic material that utilizes nano/ microstructured substrates, capable of repelling just about anything you can throw at it. During a visit to the hallowed Crimson halls, the team was kindly enough to show off the material through a series of messy, messy demos, dropping water, motor oil, liquid asphalt and newly-mixed concrete on aluminum and glass. The team even went crazy with a can of black spray paint, comparing the results to a Teflon surface. The outcome was the same in all case — an amazingly repellent material.

The team has published a number of papers on the stuff, including ones that demonstrate its ice- and bacteria-repelling properties. Oh, and like its natural inspiration, SLIPS does a great jobs keeping bugs off its surface. You can check out our demos and one unhappy ant filmed by the SLIPS team. No insects were harmed in the making of our video, at least — and the lab assures us that ant had a good life before learning the hard way why it shouldn’t mess with Harvard scientists.

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Why can’t they use robotics to get into the imperiled nuke plants in Japan?

Question by Loosey™: Why can’t they use robotics to get into the imperiled nuke plants in Japan?

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They would if they could.

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Plants vs Zombies (PC) – Easy but small money strategy (the first strategy ever posted)

Plants vs Zombies (PC) - Easy but small money strategy (the first strategy ever posted)

Read me. Chances are your question is answered here. This is a brief video that gives you a simple, yet weak strategy to gain some quick cash in Plants vs Zombies. There are other strategies that require further planing, timing and resources. Mine is a simpler strategy, but doesn’t give you as much money. It’s easy to follow, fun (a screen almost full of marigolds!), and doesn’t require extra slots. So please, don’t comment on the fact that it’s a weak strategy. If you came here to search for a stronger, yet harder tutorial, check out the video responses. This was done back when the game was new. I didn’t even knew my video was going to be this big, so I never bothered to develop a more powerful strategy. Please behave and think before you comment. Put yourself in my shoes. Seriously. FAQ: Q: Why did you use the Coffee Bean? A: The Gold Magnet doesn’t need the Coffee Bean (I use the Coffee Bean to wake up the Doom-Shroom, which is optional). Q: How do you have 5000 sun? A: This is a special mode called Last Stand mode, and it’s unlocked after you played 14 mini-games. The mini-games are unlocked when you complete Adventure mode. Q: Why don’t I just use Cheat Engine? A: Because that’s cheating. If you want to use Cheat Engine, do it. Later on in life you’ll realize you’re a sad person without many accomplishments in life. You can then trace it back to when you used Cheat Engine to win games without even having fun. Also, because you read the description like a nice person
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