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Made In Space: The Industrial Revolution in Space

Posted: December 17th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Made In Space: The Industrial Revolution in Space

The industrial revolution has changed every aspect of life in the last 200 years, now it is moving on to the final frontier, Space. Made In Space – MIS – is a recent entrant into the race to manufacture in space and they have recently completed their first series of zero-gravity manufacturing tests. With more than a billion dollars of parts flown into space every year MIS hopes to manufacture up to 30% of those parts in space, directly where they are needed, when they are needed. More than just a good idea this is the start of the industrial revolution of space. In the next six months MIS hope to perform suborbital testing and by 2014 orbital testing on board ISS will be possible. “3D printing and in-space manufacturing will dramatically change the way we look at space exploration, commercialization, and mission design today.” said Aaron Kemmer, CEO and Co-Founder of MIS. B★B

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EZ-Robot: Will The Real Wall-E Please Stand Up

Posted: December 16th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on EZ-Robot: Will The Real Wall-E Please Stand Up

Robotics is a burgeoning field, just like computers 30 years ago robotics is moving from the exclusive labs of the of the übernoid to the world of the everyday enthusiast, bringing robotics to anyone with a little curiosity. EZ-Robot, a Canadian company is doing just that, aiming to bring robotics to the masses. The EZ-Robot kit and Wall-E project is just one of the many robots available on EZ’s site, from creepy insect  robots to miniature Daleks. Don’t be fooled by Wall-E’s cute face this isn’t just another remote control toy, Wall-E responds to voice commands, plays chase the ball and can even dance to his favorite song. He sighs when you take his ball away and sings when he’s happy. The day of personal robotics is fast approaching and it looks hilarious. B★B  READ MORE


EZ-Robot: Will The Real Wall-E Please Stand Up

Posted: December 16th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on EZ-Robot: Will The Real Wall-E Please Stand Up

Robotics is a burgeoning field, just like computers 30 years ago robotics is moving from the exclusive labs of the of the übernoid to the world of the everyday enthusiast, bringing robotics to anyone with a little curiosity. EZ-Robot, a Canadian company is doing just that, aiming to bring robotics to the masses. The EZ-Robot kit and Wall-E project is just one of the many robots available on EZ’s site, from creepy insect  robots to miniature Daleks. Don’t be fooled by Wall-E’s cute face this isn’t just another remote control toy, Wall-E responds to voice commands, plays chase the ball and can even dance to his favorite song. He sighs when you take his ball away and sings when he’s happy. The day of personal robotics is fast approaching and it looks hilarious. B★B  READ MORE


OnLive! Gaming Without Boundaries

Posted: December 10th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on OnLive! Gaming Without Boundaries

Video games, the largest entertainment industry in the world has a new player on the scene. OnLive gaming is the first completely hardware independent gaming service on the net. This is the first true change to the way we game in decades. OnLive’s plans for world domination were reinforced this week with the announcement of Android and iOS support for the gaming service. Now you can seamless switch from gaming on your tablet to playing on a Mac or PC  without skipping a beat. OnLive is not a game download service, instead it runs all the game on it’s cloud servers and simply sends the picture to the player. Totally removing the need to upgrade and maintain hardware, no software installing or patching. Game-play can also be continued on any device you can log into.This is no-brainer gaming at its best. B★B  READ MORE


Senseg! Touch Screen Feed-back for your Fingers

Posted: December 10th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: mcsixtyfive | Tags: , , , , , , | Comments Off on Senseg! Touch Screen Feed-back for your Fingers

Senseg! Touch Screen Feed-back for your FingersTouch screens, the input device of the 21st century are due for a major upgrade. While they may be convenient they have always lacked any type of direct feedback, forcing us to live with passive feed back, the incessant beeping of the touch screen keyboard. Finnish company Senseg have recently announced a revolutionary technology that provides feed back directly to your fingers as you swipe the touch screen. Dubbed feel screen technology Senseg is able to simulate various physical textures, edges, contours and vibrations, putting the touch back into typing. Established in 2006 Senseg has been pushing hard to get the technology into the next generation of touch screen gadgets. To make the process easy Senseg have also released developer tools, controller boards and software Application Programming Interfaces, everything needed by hardware and software companies to integrate Senseg technology. B★B  READ MORE