Monthly Archives July 2013

HUNTING LICENCES ISSUED BY A COLORADO TOWN TO SHOOT DOWN DRONES

HUNTING LICENSES FOR DRONE SHOOTS IN COLORADO USA

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Deer Trail, Colorado (population 600 or so) is to vote on a local ordinance that would allow drone hunting licenses and bounties for shooting down UAVs, according to ABC affiliate KMGH-TV.

Those with a valid drone hunting license will be rewarded US$100 if they present “identifiable parts” of UAVs “known to be owned or operated by the United States federal government,” the draft ordinance states.

“We do not want drones in town,” local Phillip Steel, who came up with the draft, tells KMGH-TV. “They fly in town, they get shot down.”

If passed, the ordinance would see one-year drone hunting licenses sell for $25, and there’s talk of a novelty drone-hunting festival to boost tourism.

To Steel it’s a serious issue, however...

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A FLYING DRONE THAT CAN ALSO WALK IS SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO

Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) have developed a remarkable drone aircraft that can also walk on land using only its wings for locomotion. Named DALER, a backronym standing for Deployable Air Land Exploration Robot, the robot is named after creator Ludovic Daler of the EPFL’s Laboratory of Intelligent Systems.

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Walk may be too strong a term for DALER’s territorial comings and goings. It gets about on the ground by rotating its wings as whegs (or wheels-cum-legs) in a rather endearing gait reminiscent of sea turtles on the beach. In fact, DALER is capable of more different gaits, depending on whether the whegs rotate parallel to each other or not.

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Though DALER is capable of traversing different types of terrain, its maximum speed is 0...

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WILL THE DRONES TAKE OVER THE WORLD IS QUESTIONED & SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO

THE GAME CHANGING RISE & RISE OF DRONES IN OUR LIVES DOCUMENTORY VIDEO

Most people see drones as a controversial weapon prowling over foreign battlegrounds. But as America’s military campaigns wind down, these machines are coming home and set to change civilian lives forever.

“This is a powerful technology. No amount of hand-wringing is going to stop it”, says drone expert, Peter Singer. Whether it’s a floating TV station streaming live to the web, the prying lens of the paparazzi, the police chasing a criminal or a government agency spying, small domestic drones are experiencing an exponential growth. At the world’s largest drone convention in Las Vegas a salesman tells the crowd, “this can be used in law enforcement, disaster relief and industrial applications...

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THROWING A DRONE LIKE A TENNIS BALL & IT TAKES PICS FOR YOU, THEN YOU RETRIEVE IT WITH THE DATA

THROWING A DRONE LIKE A TENNIS BALL TAKES PICS FOR YOU & THEN RETRIEVE

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It’s already possible to take aerial shots using your smartphone, but doing so means throwing your expensive piece of kit into the air and hoping you’re a good catch. What’s really needed is a standalone device that can be launched skywards to capture panoramic views. Enter Squito, a prototype throwable camera ball capable of producing stabilized 360-degree images and video that could prove useful in several different fields.

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VIDEO-Click ‘READ MORE’> Squito is the work of Boston-based inventor Steve Hollinger, founder of S. H. Pierce & Co., a manufacturer and licensor of high-technology and consumer products founded in 1989.Hollinger has recently been awarded a second patent related to throwable camera technology...

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WAR SPY DRONE TAKES OFF & LANDS ON A USA AIRCRAFT CARRIER AS SEEN IN THIS YOUTUBE VIDEO

US drone completes first carrier-based landing

The X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) completes its first carrier-based arrested landing off the coast of Virginia.

A US drone has carried out a manoeuvre long considered the most challenging in naval aviation – landing aboard an aircraft carrier – in a milestone that lifted expectations about basing unmanned jets with reconnaissance and strike capabilities on ships.

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It’s not often that you get a chance to see the future. 

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A Northrop Grumman X-47B aircraft nicknamed “Salty Dog 502” slipped out of a cloudy sky off the Virginia coast after a flight from Patuxent River Naval Air Station and dropped its tailhook to snag an arresting cable on the deck of the USS George H.W...

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HOW RFID WORKS IN THE REAL WORLD IS DISCLOSED IN THIS VIDEO

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HUMAN BRAIN CELLS GROWING ON MICROCHIP & COMMUNICATING WITH EACH OTHER VIDEO SHOWS

ANIMAL BRAIN CELLS & RFID CHIPS MERGE TO COMMUNICATE WITH EACH OTHER

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The fusion of digital and the bio world.Mix brain cells and float them on the surface of the chips & they grow on each other & communicate.Human brain can be connected to go live on line

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ARE NANO ULTRA MINIATURE SPY ROBOTICS IMPLANTED INTO MENTAL PATIENTS

MORE VIDEO INFO ON NANO TECHNOLOGY

THIS IS THE TECHNOLOGY THE ILLUMINATI IS CURRENTLY USING IN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE HOSPITAL TO IMPLANT SO CALLED “PSYCHIATRIC” PATIENTS AGAINST THEIR WILL WHO ARE REALLY POLITICAL PRISONERS AND MIND CONTROL VICTIMS.. THESE DEVICES ARE LINKED VIA SATELLITE TOTHE ILLUMIATI’S COMPUTERS AND CONTROL CENTERS AND USED TO TRACK AND TORTURE INDIVIDUALS

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Henry Sapiecha

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NANOBOTS OF THE FUTURE-COULD THEY TAKE OVER THE WORLD-A MUST VIEW VIDEO

NANO TECHNOLOGY COULD BACKFIRE ON US & WE LOSE CONTROL OF THEM

ARE WE IN FOR A TAKEOVER OF THE WORLD BY NANOBOTS WHO EAT PLANTS, LIVE AUTONOMOUSLY WITHOUT HUMANS & CAN EXIST WITHOUT HUMAN INTERVENTION & DESTROY US HUMANS IN THE PROCESS…WOW.

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Henry Sapiecha

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SARCOS ROBOT ALMOST LIFELIKE IN THIS VIDEO

Benjamin Stephens is a Ph.D. student in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. He is originally from Oklahoma, but received his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering at Northwestern University.

His PhD research focuses on the control of humanoid robot balance and push recovery for force-controlled robots. He is interested in the use of real-time optimal control for robust control of very complex systems. Using his knowledge and experience, he hopes to make legged/humanoid robots more capable of operating in rough and uncertain environments. He also believes this work will lead to the creation of new intelligent assistive devices such as prosthetics and exoskeletons.

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Henry Sapiecha

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ROD BROOKS VIEW ON ROBOTS IN OUR LIVES IN THIS VIDEO

ROD BROOKS DISCUSSES HOW HE CONTRUCTS & USES ROBOTS

Rod Brooks of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) gives his views on robotics and a look back at some of his previous robot creations.

In decades past, science fiction writers believed the homes and workplaces of the future would include teams of labour-saving robots who would perform most menial tasks.

Why has this robot revolution not happened? Rethink Robotics chairman and CTO Rodney Brooks says it’s because we need to actually want the robots designers are making – and too often they aren’t asking us.

The Australian-born Brooks says the key is listening to what people want in their robot – and making them easier to interact with.

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Henry Sapiecha

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VIDEO FROM SPACE OF THIS WONDERFUL PLACE CALLED PLANET EARTH

THIS BEAUTIFUL PLACE WE CALL EARTH IS HIGHLIGHTED IN THIS VIDEO

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Henry Sapiecha

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