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Overpacking isn't exactly an option for trips into space, even for longer trips like an eventual manned mission to Mars. There isn't enough room to carry a swag of spare parts just in case you need them, and some essential nutrients don't have a long enough shelf life to survive the journey. Now, researchers are recruiting microorganisms to solve both of those problems, by engineering them to
Photographer Michael Andrew of YouTube channel Michael the Maven has put together a 'Flagship Epic Shootout Review' video comparing the Sony a9, Nikon D5 and Canon 1DX Mark II. The full video is genuinely worth your time, but if you don't have 44 minutes to spend watching the full review, one section in particular is both fun and frustrating: the blind portrait test.Like it or not, we all have im
Tokyo Tech nabs Gordon Bell Prize and $10k for metal materials work SC11  So who cares about dendrites and dendrite solidification? If you’re an auto manufacturer facing a mandate to radically increase the fuel economy of your cars, you care a lot. Or if you’re working on new jet engines and need to cut some pounds while increasing durability. Actually, if you rely on any alloy that has to have t
A robot is only as good as its sensors, so researchers at Stanford University and UC San Diego have developed a new "4D" camera that greatly enhances robotic vision. Billed as the first-ever single-lens, wide field of view, light field camera, the new system uses a spherical lens and advanced algorithms to capture information across a 138-degree field of view to allow robots to not only navig
Like pretty much any other computer-controlled device, 3D printers can be maliciously hacked. Given that they're now creating items such as aircraft parts and medical implants, the results of a compromised print job could be catastrophic – particularly if the fault wasn't visible from the outside. That's why scientists from Rutgers University and the Georgia Institute of Technology have devel
After early camera tests of the new Canon 6D Mark II were published, photographers balked at the fact that the dynamic range of the camera performed so poorly against other modern cameras. Now yet another review is showing that if you often shoot at high ISOs, you may be better off sticking with the original 6D from 2012.Photographer and camera reviewer Alan Dyer of The Amazing Sky has published
Click here to read our Canon 6D II Field Test Part I In our first Field Test for the new full-frame Canon 6D Mark II, we look at the camera body, image quality, autofocus, performance and shooting modes, including the new built-in 4K time lapse feature. Speaking to image quality in particular, the dynamic range of the new 26-megapixel full-frame sensor
Is it worth upgrading my EOS 80D to the EOS 6D Mark II?We already had a simple look at how good an upgrade the EOS 6D II makes for 80D owners, based on our early impressions of the camera. Now we've had a chance to spend more time with it (and to go back and shoot with the 80D again), we thought we'd look at the differences and benefits in more detail.We're going to try not to make too many assum
For the past three years I've been working on a top-down 2D space shooter prototype. Here's what that experience taught me about game design. ...
the device proposes a range of design innovations to improve comfort and handling whilst promoting a contemporary aesthetic and manufacturing technique.The post shiro studio’s 3D printed ‘enea walking stick’ reinterprets medical design language appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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