A small German firm offers a unique service to the country's construction industry: It uses historical British and American aerial photography from World War II air strikes to determine the location of unexploded bombs. Thousands of tons of bombs still lie in the soil and the duds are becoming more dangerous.
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Marco Tempest spins a beautiful story of what magic is, how it entertains us and how it highlights our humanity -- all while working extraordinary illusions with his hands and an augmented reality machine.
Apparently Google is working on something it calls “Project Glass” which is focused around augmented-reality glasses. You might think technology is penetrating way beyond where it supposed to in our daily life,
Filming a butterfly's flight could help the researchers to design tiny flying robots. To improve the next generation of insect-size flying machines, Johns Hopkins engineers have been aiming high-speed video cameras
Another amazing project using OpenKinect (drivers), OpenCV (image processing and recognition), FestVox (speech synthesis) and CMU Sphinx (speech recognition).
Well, I would like to introduce you to an interesting app from my friend, Dr. Steven Cadavid, which is called Kinected. The idea is to enable you to chat in real time in 3D. Watch this demo video and if you know of any other similar app or software, please let us know.