A trigger is a kind of macro. Unlike other macros, triggers are activated when data from the server marches a specified pattern.
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We don't have the ability to recreate the feelings, trigger the emotions, and wonderful (and hellish) sensations of childbirth synthetically yet. However that has not stopped Second Life from going ahead.
The last in this series, it looks at the setting of your myth capturing the feel of enduring myths from our world, and looking at the elements that set the tone, and trigger remvembrance.
LiDAR is a mapping tool, using lasers to create a high-precision map of the lay of the land. Researchers using it, have shown how in a huge area, disparate separate faultlines can trigger massive earthquakes.
Robotic sniffers have been available for some time, to trundle on down to a suspected bomb and examine the site. However, whilst they can lift the bomb up, or trigger it, such robots have never been able to disarm the bombs safely, much less disarm them and preserve all evidence. That task has always taken a human bomb expert, and presents a risk to life and limb. A new bomb disposal robot is attempting to fill that gap, by interacting with the sniffer robot, and disarming the bomb itself from a safe distance.
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March 25 and 26, Alexandria, Virginia USA
The IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces 2006 will be held to trigger discussions among participants and to provide an intensive exchange between industrial and academic researchers w...
Stickybits, a new iPhone and Android app that lets you scan any barcode and attach a geo-tagged message to that physical object, has been launched by Stickybits.
The barcode in a greeting card, for instance, could trigger a v...
Researchers are devising ways to automatically analyze CCTV and other security footage. The hope is that such technology will help police and other security officials to catch bad guys more quickly and more often, while minimizing the invas...
A team led by Douglas Smith, professor and director of the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Brain Injury and Repair, has been able to grow artificially stretched nerve tissues and place them inside guiding tubes. They then used thes...
A monkey with a paralyzed arm can still grasp a ball, thanks to a novel system designed to translate brain signals into complex muscle movements in real time. The research, presented at the Society for Neuroscience conference in Chicago thi...