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Video: MIT Keeps You Warm While You Walk
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7/30/2014  2 comments
MIT’s Senseable City Lab recently announced the program’s next big project: “Local Warming.” The concept involves saving on energy by heating the occupants within a room, not the room itself.
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Video: Voice-Command System Rivals Siri
STEM Connection 
7/25/2014  10 comments
Two students have created a voice-command system for our homes, based on the simple and affordable Raspberry Pi.
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IBM Invests $3B in Powerful Processors of the Future
CAD/CAM Corner 
7/23/2014  4 comments
IBM announced it is dedicating $3 billion of funding over the next five years to research and development of new processor technologies.
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Micro Python Preps for Mass Production
CAD/CAM Corner 
7/17/2014  6 comments
Micro Python is priming the presses. After smashing its Kickstarter campaign, the programming platform is almost ready to release its Micro Python boards into the public market.
Publish CAD Designs in PDF Format
CAD/CAM Corner 
7/16/2014  3 comments
Theorem Solutions recently announced the release of its newest software solution: Publish 3D. The program enables direct translation between CAD software and the PDF format, allowing engineers to spend more of their time doing what they do best -- creating.
Video: Vanderbilt Student Develops Nanowire 3 Atoms Thick
STEM Connection 
7/15/2014  1 comment
One PhD student says tablets might be as thin as a sheet of paper, and flexible, too, thanks to the creation of nanowires just three atoms thick.
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AirDog Drone Provides the Ultimate Selfie
Blog 
7/11/2014  6 comments
AirDog is a small, foldable quadcopter that follows users everywhere they go and records their every move with the GoPro camera. The drone was intended for persons who already use the GoPro camera but want footage of themselves in action -- ideal for extreme sport enthusiasts or filmmakers.
A*STAR Develops Self-Powered Photodetector for Wireless Sensing
Blog 
7/10/2014  5 comments
Researchers from A*STAR have developed a new type of photodetector that overcomes the limitations of power requirements by having the device supply its own power.
DARPA Brings Mobile Hotspots to Soldiers
Blog 
7/9/2014  5 comments
In an effort to bring a mobile hotspot to soldiers serving in remote locations, DARPA is looking to outfit UAVs with a "millimeter-wave communications backhaul network" capable of providing 1 Gbps.
Hummingbird Makes Coding Easy
STEM Connection 
7/8/2014  5 comments
Hummingbird has unveiled a new robotics kit -- Hummingbird Duo -- that can teach anyone the basic of robotic engineering, even children. The kit was released on Kickstarter and has surpassed its funding goal of $30,000.
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Video: 3D Print Your Home With Cement
Blog 
7/7/2014  10 comments
Andrey Rudenko of Minnesota has a 3D printer that uses cement, which could lead to a future full of 3D-printed structures.
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This App Detects Cancer
CAD/CAM Corner 
7/3/2014  22 comments
University of Houston researchers created DermoScreen, an app that can detect skin cancer via a smartphone.
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Video: CityHome Transforms Your Studio Apartment
Blog 
7/1/2014  13 comments
MIT Media Lab's Changing Places group has developed a piece of smart furniture that serves as every piece of furniture you need. Meet CityHome.
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Storage Technique Brings Plastic Computers 1 Step Closer
Blog 
6/30/2014  11 comments
Researchers at the University of Iowa have developed a way to convert digital signals into optical ones with low energy cost.
The $250 3D Printer & Custom Cookie Cutter
CAD/CAM Corner 
6/27/2014  16 comments
The MOD-t 3D printer, from New Matter, is a low-cost printer that is easy to use and one of the cheapest yet. Cookie Caster lets a user design his or her own cookie cutters and have them made. It's the cloud at work!
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Autodesk Sparks Interest in 3D Printing
CAD/CAM Corner 
6/24/2014  8 comments
Autodesk Spark brings the company to the 3D printer table with a resin-based system of its own.
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Views of a Wearable Future
Blog 
6/19/2014  10 comments
Intel plans a hard push toward wearable tech and Samsung is already on the campaign.
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