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Swarming Micro Air Vehicle

A swarming micro air vehicle, or SMAV is an autonomous or nearly autonomous micro air vehicle or MAV whose AI has been instructed to fly in formation with other SMAVs. They are typically used in situations where AI teamwork is required, and are a form of Multi-Agent System.

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The Media Vehicle, is a serious take on VR interfacing, however it is not a serious commercial device. The unit is, for lack of a better phrase, an ?art tool?. It exists to showcase what is currently possible in 2009, not as a device which expects a practical market.





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Augmented Reality Sensor Web for the Road: Real-Time Ice Location
The VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has created what is essentially, a scalable, modular road ice sensor network, designed to work with all types of heavy goods vehicle, and to communicate with any other technology also in place on the vehicle's data bus - drawing GPS data from other devices and interfacing with satelite navigation systems and in-cabin displays to warn the driver of approaching ice.





    
The development centre for J2ME, one of the latest, and brightest of Mobile Phone development systems.









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Micro-ECoG
ECoG, or electrocorticography is a method of brain-computer interaction, in which a mesh of electrodes is placed like a veil, directly over the outside of the brain itself. MicroEcog, as the name suggests, is an order of magnitude smaller, and much more permanent.



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Cosmic Rays, Micro-differences, and Virtual Worlds
One of the strangest things you notice with social virtual environments, where you have vast numbers of people coming and going, and using the exact same software to visualise the virtual world, is the sheer number of amazing, unduplicatable-by-anyone-else problems that are encountered.



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In the Works: MEMS Brain-Computer Interface
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In 2008, Caltech researchers are working on developing a MEMS-based (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System) brain-computer interface, with initial designs proving promising, and holding the potential to overcome the signal degradation problem.



 

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(14/04/2009)
A U of Waterloo engineering research team has developed the world's first flying micro-robot capable of manipulating objects for microscale applications.

It hovers by levitating, powered by a magnetic field, and dexterously...


(28/05/2009)
Aimed at solving the problem of how to get a big picture out of a small device, micro-projectors cast a large image (typically about 125 centimeters wide) onto a nearby wall or surface to show photos, documents, maps, or video. Several micr...


(01/08/2010)
Not every engineering dean wants a live bee colony outside of his office, but such is the case at the Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Researchers in a lab down the hall from the dean'...


(01/08/2009)
There is a long held belief among engineers and biologists that micro flying robots that fly like airplanes and helicopters consume much more energy than micro robots that fly like flies. A new study now shows that a fly wing that spins lik...


(06/09/2013)
Researchers in China have developed a mathematical model that could help engineers design a flexible vehicle-arrest system for stopping cars involved in criminal activity or terrorism, such as suspect car bombers attempting break through a ...