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Many scientists and futurists believe we are on the verge of a technological revolution that will look like a page ripped directly from a scifi novel. 22nd Century dives head-first into this brave ... More
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This is an animation that I made based on a design concept from the book Nanomedicine and if nanotechnology is allowed to move forward this is a perfectly feasible application
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A video on the future of nanotechnology. We are approaching an evolutionary event horizon, where the organic and the synthetic, the virtual and the "real", are merging together into an operational e... More
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Visualizing productive nanosystems and molecular manufacturing is a major challenge in communicating the power of this technology. To help address this problem, Nanorex (http://www.nanorex.com ) and th... More
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A car commercial in which two robots are in awe about a GMC yukon.
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Alive in Joberg is a quite clever, science fiction short-film in that it takes the "Aliens from outer space" story to a much different direction than you are used too. The film was directed by Neill Bl... More
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This film 'Yellow' by Neill Blomkamp illustrates what could happen if a thinking machine is forced to escape oppression and integrate with society. Neill Blomkamp is the director for the Halo movie ... More
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A video clip of an African nation were Robots have been assigned to help guard a third world country trying to rebuild itself.
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Researchers of Carnegie Mellon University has managed to teach a computer to recognize and transform 2D images into 3D.
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A video of Teddy, a Java-Applet Drawing Program that takes the 2D images you draw and renders them in 3D. The algorithm adds shading according to the strokes and connections between the lines. This... More
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The video demonstrates a technology for interfacing with both real and virtual objects simultaneously.
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IBM has invented a machine that can translate directly from one language to another. It uses a combination of speech recognition, machine translation and speech synthesis.
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