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2013-04-29 23:02:47

Short dance concept piece demonstrates autonomous robot technology New York, NY (PRWEB) April 29, 2013 Today Falkor Systems, Inc. announced the release of the "Pet Drone Pas de Deux," a short collaborative dance piece produced in collaboration with Barkin/Selissen Project. The dance piece demonstrates Falkor's autonomous flying robot technology, while also exploring our relationship with robots. In the future, humanity will develop strong relationships with their robots, relationships that...

2012-11-09 14:20:08

Tokyo, Nov 9, 2012 - (JCN Newswire) - Diginfo TV ( www.diginfo.tv ) has posted a video on the Gocen device that scans and plays handwritten sheet music in real time. It is being developed by a group at the Tokyo Metropolitan University led by Assistant Professor Tetsuaki Baba."First, the system looks at the stave, then at the notes, then at the position of the notes, to determine the high notes. In addition, it directly reads words such as piano or guitar. The computer automatically...

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2012-08-14 20:17:43

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online I just checked. It´s not April 1st. It might, however, be the beginning stages of the apocalypse. Perhaps it´s time to begin tying up any personal loose ends or perform any long-forgotten religious rituals. Development group RedPepper Labs (the same group who created the incredibly clever Siri-controlled beer truck, Beeri) have created one of the most frightening and unholy devices in recent history, called...


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