Computer-Aided Tissue Engineering
Computer Aided Tissue Engineering or CATE is a form of specialised Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacture which deals specifically with biological systems and biological components. It is highly interdisciplinary, basically focussed around three dimensional tissue creation, and the design of these tissues to then interface seamlessly with both existing organic tissues and machined components.
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For almost three decades, Roger Pressman's Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach has been the world's leading textbook in software engineering. The new seventh edition represents a major restructuring and update of previous editions, solidifying the book's position as the most comprehensive guide to this important subject.
A look at a different type of Brain Machine Interface: The emerging field of animats, or robots controlled by neural tissue that grows and multiplies between electrode arrays.
Industry news, originally posted 14-11-2004. The world?s first hippocampus prosthesis has passed the first stages of live testing.
Juan Enriquez' humorous talk from TED 2009, meandering through the state of the economy, developments in stem cells, tissue cloning and robotics - and how they are all connected. Very funny, very poignant. It will not say anything you do not already know, if you have kept up with transhumanist work, but serves as a nice, low barrier introduction.
A basic problem in computer vision is to understand the structure of a physical sceene from just one or two camera?s perspective. This book attempts to provide a basic background in everything you need to know to be able to create a computer vision system, and train it to deal with the physical world.
An applied introduction to modern computer vision, focusing on a set of computational techniques for 3-D imaging. Covers a wide range of fundamental problems encountered within computer vision and provides detailed algorithmic and theoretical solutions for each. Each chapter concentrates on a specific problem and solves it by building on previous results.
A handy dictionary of terminology in printed format for 2D and 3D computer modelling.
ET scans suffer quite a bit when they image moving tissue, such as a beating heart. No scan is instantaneous, and as the slices move down, the beating of the heart causes distortion that is hard to remove from the result, as pieces do not line up correctly. A solution to this, that increases the resolution as a side-effect, may have been found.
Shape memory alloys are composite materials which can 'remember' a given shape or form, and revert back to it when a charge is passed through them, or they are warmed past a critical point, or another condition is met. They deform then reform, essentially flowing like organic tissue without actually being organic.
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Computer-aided detection or CAD, which has been increasingly used to create computer-aided backup scans in breast screening, designed to improve accuracy, according to the first large-scale study of the technology; actually reduced the accu...
Canon Inc plans to commercialize its "MR (Mixed Reality)" technology, a VR (virtual reality) technology that can be used for designing spatial configuration in an early design phase, in 2011.
The company showed off the tech...
A Colombian woman has become the world's first recipient of windpipe tissue constructed from a combination of donated tissue and her own cells.
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Performing surgery to remove a brain tumor requires surgeons to walk a very fine line. If they leave tumor tissue behind, the tumor is likely to regrow; if they cut out too much normal tissue, they could cause permanent brain damage.
Despite amazing advances in computers and cameras, people with serious visual impairments are often aided with the most basic technology imaginable: a cane.
Earlier this year, juniors Eric Berdinis and Jeff Kiske, both comput...