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There are now a number of systems in which "good" drones are used to disable "enemy" drones, such as those conducting spying missions. A new system takes a safer approach to the task, in that the captured drones don't simply plummet to the ground.Continue ReadingCategory: Drones, TechnologyTags: Drone security

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition hosted by the Natural History Museum has shortlisted 25 photos that are now up for the People’s Choice Award.Wildlife Photographer of the Year positions itself as a global platform for amateur and professional photographers and the photos featured in its competition are seen by millions of people worldwide. The 2021 competition saw over 50,0
located in a remote jungle site, the building is articulated by an elegant bamboo structure and a large bamboo roof covering. The post bamboo community hall for indigenous peoples in argentina is like a door to the jungle appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
If you smiled at someone and they didn't smile back, you'd probably find it off-putting. Well, that's what usually happens if you smile at a humanoid robot … but not in the case of the expression-mirroring EVA.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: Facial, Columbia University, Interactive
The last Volkswagen Beetle rolled off the line in 2003 after more than six decades in production. One of the great game-changing automobiles, the quirky little sedan emerged from a dramatic birth to become the best-selling car in history, altered how small cars were seen, sparked a remarkable automotive cult, and even starred in its own film franchise.Continue ReadingCategory: Automotive, Transpo
Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award winnersLate conservation activist Steve Irwin would be proud of this particular accomplishment. His son, Robert, won Wildlife Photographer of the Year's People's Choice Award for his top-down drone image. A wildfire ripped through a forest near the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve in Queensland, Australia, and Irwin captured it at the right mome
In December, the National History Museum in London announced the finalists for the People’s Choice Award. Today the winner has been crowned thanks to over 55,000 votes from around the world. The winning image is titled “Bushfire” shot by Robert Irwin and depicts the devastating wildfires that tore through Northern Australia last year. Bushfire by Robert Irwin, AustraliaWinner 20 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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