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Content posted in July 2013
NASA 3D-Printed Rocket Engine Is Ready
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7/31/2013  13 comments
NASA and Aerojet Rocketdyne created a 3D-printed rocket engine using fused deposition modeling and stereolithography.
Codeanywhere Takes Software Dev Tools to the Cloud
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7/29/2013  3 comments
Startup company Codeanywhere allows users to edit code online either on laptops/PCs or mobile devices as long as there is a connection.
Keep Prying Eyes From Data Storage
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7/26/2013  9 comments
Cloud Guys Corporation makes a device that allows users to store and transfer data from a host of devices without the need for cloud-based or third-party services.
Scanadu Breaks Indiegogo Crowdfunding Record
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7/26/2013  2 comments
Scanadu received funding for its Scout, a medical tricorder of sorts that monitors the user's vital functions in conjunction with a smartphone.
Introducing a DIY, Open-Source Virtual Reality Initiative
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7/25/2013  8 comments
An open-source DIY virtual reality project from the University of Southern California's MxR seeks to produce a better HMD head-mounted display.
Video: Dance Performance Perfected Through 3D Virtual Experience
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7/24/2013  13 comments
Dassault Systemes' 3DEXPERIENCE Platform is being used in the arts to allow dance performers to preview their routine through 3D virtual experiences that accurately simulate real-world environments.
Apps Provide Useful Data Through Crowdsensing
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7/23/2013  6 comments
Apps using a user's location and input can track waits at airports, water, and air quality, and location-specific activity.
Video: Interview With an Avatar
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7/22/2013  13 comments
The idea of learning to interact socially is being tackled by MITís MACH (My Automated Conversation Coach).
Codename One Allows Developers to Create Apps Across a Spectrum of Devices
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7/19/2013  9 comments
The Codename One Java GUI development environment will let users develop and port apps across all mobile platforms.
Books Come to Life With Disney's 'HideOut'
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7/15/2013  7 comments
Disney research is using an advance augmented reality projection and detection system to create what is to become the norm in interactivity.
GapSense Allows Communication Between WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee Devices
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7/12/2013  4 comments
GapSense, a wireless network management software, will alleviate airway traffic jams caused by multiple-protocol devices operating in the same vicinity.
US Military Academies Ramp Up Training for Future Cyber Warriors
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7/11/2013  3 comments
One of the hottest new jobs to be offered within the next decade by military recruiters will be rooted in cyber warfare.




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