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Aug 16, 2014

ted:

This is what sound looks like

You’ve never seen sound visualizations like this before. Evan Grant creates beautiful illustrations of what we hear by capturing the vibrations from sound waves in mediums like sand or water. This process — called cymatics — makes sound look so wonderfully alien.  

Watch the full talk here »

(via scienceyoucanlove)

Aug 15, 2014

springwise:

App lets users in 2G zones make free voice calls
Mobile phones are great things, but if there’s no cell or data reception they become pretty useless. We’ve already seen Kan Khajura Tesan enable those in media blackspots to gain access to entertainment through their cell phone, and now nanu is an Android app designed to deliver clear voice calls when only 2G data is available. READ MORE…
http://www.springwise.com/app-lets-users-2g-zones-free-voice-calls/

springwise:

App lets users in 2G zones make free voice calls

Mobile phones are great things, but if there’s no cell or data reception they become pretty useless. We’ve already seen Kan Khajura Tesan enable those in media blackspots to gain access to entertainment through their cell phone, and now nanu is an Android app designed to deliver clear voice calls when only 2G data is available. READ MORE…

Aug 14, 2014

thisistheverge:

Watch a thousand robots execute the ultimate nerd choreography There’s something unsettling about watching 1,000 robots execute a perfectly choreographed routine. The entire demonstration makes it a bit too easy to forget that humans, researchers at Harvard University, provided the algorithms that allowed them to accomplish various formations. And yet, these machines — tiny $20 robots that take five minutes each to assemble, for a total of 83 hours — are actually completely banal. In fact, according to the researchers, their capabilities are pretty abysmal.
http://www.theverge.com/2014/8/14/5995211/watch-a-thousand-robots-execute-the-ultimate-nerd-choreography

thisistheverge:

Watch a thousand robots execute the ultimate nerd choreography
There’s something unsettling about watching 1,000 robots execute a perfectly choreographed routine. The entire demonstration makes it a bit too easy to forget that humans, researchers at Harvard University, provided the algorithms that allowed them to accomplish various formations. And yet, these machines — tiny $20 robots that take five minutes each to assemble, for a total of 83 hours — are actually completely banal. In fact, according to the researchers, their capabilities are pretty abysmal.

Jul 19, 2014

If A Network Is Broken, Break It More

txchnologist:

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by Sophie Bushwick, Inside Science

From the World Wide Web to the electrical grid, networks are notoriously difficult to control. A disturbance to just one part of the system can spread quickly and affect the whole thing. But this problem is its own solution: by selectively damaging part of the network, we can bring the entire system to a better state.

Why is it so important to manipulate networks? These complex systems pervade our everyday lives, from telecommunications systems to the connected neurons that form memories in your brain.

Unfortunately, nudging just a few nodes of a network can cause the entire system to malfunction. Take the electrical grid: A few downed power lines can trigger widespread blackouts. And it takes a lot of work and expensive materials to fix the broken components.

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Jul 17, 2014

scienceyoucanlove:

Telecommunications could one day be made more secure by a ‘time cloak’ that hides data sent through optical fibres, say researchers. The engineers from the US report that they’ve managed to ‘punch holes’ in time to conceal data as it is transmitted. “No one can pick it up, so you might as well say it didn’t happen. It is as good as erasing the past,” said leader researcher Joseph Lukens.Read more: http://bit.ly/11s40qi via ABC Science, image: aetb/iStock — mit Jay Escabarte Avila,Thania Angela Quibot und Zeke Synthesiser Porter.
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scienceyoucanlove:

Telecommunications could one day be made more secure by a ‘time cloak’ that hides data sent through optical fibres, say researchers. The engineers from the US report that they’ve managed to ‘punch holes’ in time to conceal data as it is transmitted. “No one can pick it up, so you might as well say it didn’t happen. It is as good as erasing the past,” said leader researcher Joseph Lukens.

Read more: http://bit.ly/11s40qi via ABC Science, image: aetb/iStock
— mit Jay Escabarte Avila,Thania Angela Quibot und Zeke Synthesiser Porter.

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Jun 19, 2014

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