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Many of the landmines and bombs dropped in Cambodia during the Vietnam War remain unexploded, which is a huge problem that us not easily solved for those tasked with clearing them away. Scientists have developed a new AI-powered tool that could make things a lot easier, with an ability to detect bomb craters through satellite imagery with great accuracy and therefore help reveal where the undeton
The world's largest museum has released a treasure trove of nearly three million images for free use, including 3D scans. That means you can now 3D-print yourself a range of the Smithsonian's historically significant artefacts, or put them into games or virtual reality spaces.Continue ReadingCategory: Good Thinking, LifestyleTags: Smithsonian, 3D Printing, New Atlas Audio
the autonomous draper drone will analyze the invisible threat of microplastics so that scientists can understand where they originate from and how to prevent them from contaminating our waters. The post the underwater draper drone scans the ocean for microplastics appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
New research is shedding new light on the surprising complexity of squid brains. Using MRI scanning, researchers from the University of Queensland have produced a new map of neural connections to improve our understanding of their behavior.
it follows a 'hoax heist' and a legal battle over the data’s release which includes full-color interactive images of the ancient bust. The post nefertiti bust joins digital age after secret 3D scans are finally revealed appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
There are already a number of inexpensive new devices that allow doctors in developing nations to image patients' retinas. In order to get a better look at what's going on, though, an optical coherence tomography (OCT) scanner is required – and a cheaper one of those has now also been developed... Continue Reading Portable device performs retinal scans – on a budget Category: Medical Tag
There are occasions when you might want to listen to some music but can't be bothered – or are not able – to power up the turntable and break out the vinyl. Product developer Jono Matusky wanted a way to play his albums while working in his studio, without needing to keep popping into another room to change sides or set up multi-room streaming. The Plynth is the result... Continue Reading
With hopes for manned missions to Mars and space tourism in the offing, how the space environment impacts the human body is the source of much intrigue for scientists at NASA and beyond. A fascinating new study from the University of Florida (UF) has sought to provide answers, uncovering some thought-provoking changes in the brains of astronauts before and after missions into space... Cont is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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