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Google Unveils Secret Drone-Delivery Project

“Project Wing” has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company’s secretive research lab.

Google unveiled its drone-delivery service called “Project Wing” on Thursday to the Atlantic.

Google unveiled its drone-delivery service called "Project Wing" on Thursday to the Atlantic .

Project Wing has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company's secretive lab for new products, such as the self-driving car.

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The test drones have been used to successfully deliver goods from neighboring farms in Queensland, Australia.

Australia was chosen by Google as the location for Project Wing because of the country's “progressive” laws on drones, which are more tightly regulated in other nations.

Google's drones are pre-programmed to fly to their destination, which differs from other drone models that are remotely controlled by someone on the ground.

Google said its longterm goal for drones is to be able to quickly deliver disaster relief and other materials in emergency situations to isolated ares.

Google said its longterm goal for drones is to be able to quickly deliver disaster relief and other materials in emergency situations to isolated ares.

“Even just a few of these, being able to shuttle nearly continuously could service a very large number of people in an emergency situation,” said Astro Teller, who works as Captain for Google X on their big-thinking projects department called Moonshots.

The idea was originally developed as away to deliver defibrillator kits to people having heart attacks.

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Google said eventually it might use the drones to deliver goods to consumers, which is an idea already in the works by Amazon.

Google said eventually it might use the drones to deliver goods to consumers, which is an idea already in the works by Amazon .

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Google Unveils Secret Drone-Delivery Project

“Project Wing” has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company’s secretive research lab.

Google unveiled its drone-delivery service called “Project Wing” on Thursday to the Atlantic.

Google unveiled its drone-delivery service called "Project Wing" on Thursday to the Atlantic .

Project Wing has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company's secretive lab for new products, such as the self-driving car.

youtube.com

The test drones have been used to successfully deliver goods from neighboring farms in Queensland, Australia.

Australia was chosen by Google as the location for Project Wing because of the country's “progressive” laws on drones, which are more tightly regulated in other nations.

Google's drones are pre-programmed to fly to their destination, which differs from other drone models that are remotely controlled by someone on the ground.

Google said its longterm goal for drones is to be able to quickly deliver disaster relief and other materials in emergency situations to isolated ares.

Google said its longterm goal for drones is to be able to quickly deliver disaster relief and other materials in emergency situations to isolated ares.

“Even just a few of these, being able to shuttle nearly continuously could service a very large number of people in an emergency situation,” said Astro Teller, who works as Captain for Google X on their big-thinking projects department called Moonshots.

The idea was originally developed as away to deliver defibrillator kits to people having heart attacks.

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Google said eventually it might use the drones to deliver goods to consumers, which is an idea already in the works by Amazon.

Google said eventually it might use the drones to deliver goods to consumers, which is an idea already in the works by Amazon .

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Google Unveils Secret Drone-Delivery Project

“Project Wing” has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company’s secretive research lab.

Google unveiled its drone-delivery service called “Project Wing” on Thursday to the Atlantic.

Google unveiled its drone-delivery service called "Project Wing" on Thursday to the Atlantic .

Project Wing has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company's secretive lab for new products, such as the self-driving car.

youtube.com

The test drones have been used to successfully deliver goods from neighboring farms in Queensland, Australia.

Australia was chosen by Google as the location for Project Wing because of the country's “progressive” laws on drones, which are more tightly regulated in other nations.

Google's drones are pre-programmed to fly to their destination, which differs from other drone models that are remotely controlled by someone on the ground.

Google said its longterm goal for drones is to be able to quickly deliver disaster relief and other materials in emergency situations to isolated ares.

Google said its longterm goal for drones is to be able to quickly deliver disaster relief and other materials in emergency situations to isolated ares.

“Even just a few of these, being able to shuttle nearly continuously could service a very large number of people in an emergency situation,” said Astro Teller, who works as Captain for Google X on their big-thinking projects department called Moonshots.

The idea was originally developed as away to deliver defibrillator kits to people having heart attacks.

youtube.com

Google said eventually it might use the drones to deliver goods to consumers, which is an idea already in the works by Amazon.

Google said eventually it might use the drones to deliver goods to consumers, which is an idea already in the works by Amazon .

amazon.com


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Google Unveils Secret Drone-Delivery Project

“Project Wing” has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company’s secretive research lab.

Google unveiled its drone-delivery service called “Project Wing” on Thursday to the Atlantic.

Google unveiled its drone-delivery service called "Project Wing" on Thursday to the Atlantic .

Project Wing has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company's secretive lab for new products, such as the self-driving car.

youtube.com

The test drones have been used to successfully deliver goods from neighboring farms in Queensland, Australia.

Australia was chosen by Google as the location for Project Wing because of the country's “progressive” laws on drones, which are more tightly regulated in other nations.

Google's drones are pre-programmed to fly to their destination, which differs from other drone models that are remotely controlled by someone on the ground.

Google said its longterm goal for drones is to be able to quickly deliver disaster relief and other materials in emergency situations to isolated ares.

Google said its longterm goal for drones is to be able to quickly deliver disaster relief and other materials in emergency situations to isolated ares.

“Even just a few of these, being able to shuttle nearly continuously could service a very large number of people in an emergency situation,” said Astro Teller, who works as Captain for Google X on their big-thinking projects department called Moonshots.

The idea was originally developed as away to deliver defibrillator kits to people having heart attacks.

youtube.com

Google said eventually it might use the drones to deliver goods to consumers, which is an idea already in the works by Amazon.

Google said eventually it might use the drones to deliver goods to consumers, which is an idea already in the works by Amazon .

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A Fancy Cooler Has Stolen The Title Of Most-Funded Kickstarter Project From Pebble

10491102_776244849107063_7604156259223226777_n Arguably, Pebble and its record-breaking Kickstarter project woke the slumbering giant that is the smartwatch device category. It should follow, then, that by this time next year we’ll be seeing Android-powered smart coolers from Samsung, LG and every OEM under the sun flooding the market, given that the Coolest Cooler has now knocked the Pebble from its vaunted pedestal, with over… Read More

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Crowdfunded project uses 3D motion capture to catalog ancient Kung Fu styles

The influence of Hong Kong action cinema stars like Bruce Lee lives on in today’s cinema, but the ancient styles they based their techniques on are slowly dying out. There’s now a crowdfuding project aimed at preserving the heritage of different Kung…

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Nintendo Treehouse: Live @ E3 — Day 2: Project Giant Robot

Official Nintendo @ E3 Website: http://e3.nintendo.com/ Like Nintendo on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Nintendo Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/…

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The robotic selfies of Google’s Art Project

The sight of a Google Street View car (or backpack) still draws curious looks years after they first started appearing on roads and trails — but imagine seeing an eerie camera of human height draped in silvery cloth hanging out in one of the world’s great museums? It’s the result of the Google Art Project, which has spent the past couple years documenting and digitizing works of art with the help of an odd-looking apparatus designed to capture the interior equivalent of a Google Street View panorama. Barcelona artist Mario Martínez Santamaría has been collecting the surprisingly common moments where the Art Project camera catches a glimpse of itself in a museum mirror, leading to some truly bizarre imagery that falls somewhere between…

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Clever Oculus Project Lets You Live Your Life In Third Person

third person walking Ever wished you could tap the “Change Camera View” button in real life to switch to a third-person view? These guys made it happen. Sure, it requires the user to wear an Oculus Rift and a big ol’ dual camera rig built into a backpack — and sure, it’s probably only fun (and not nauseating) for about a minute. But it works! Read More

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The Story Behind Google’s Cardboard Project

Cardboard The surprise hit of Google I/O was without a doubt Cardboard. Google’s paper product — or phone-based VR viewer — made its debut during yesterday’s keynote, and today, David Coz, the project’s founder, revealed its origins. Read More

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