Mercedes-Benz is showing off their vision of the future in a very SIMS-like video, which stars their F 015 Luxury in Motion autonomous research car. The animation shows what an average day may look like in the future, from your car greeting you with op... via JustLuxe.com
The use of optical sound-on-film recording on early movie films revolutionized the motion picture industry and remained the standard method of audio recording in that medium for more than 80 years. Now researchers from the University...Show More Summary
A chance discovery by a team of researchers, including a University of York scientist, has provided experimental evidence that stars may generate sound. The study of fluids in motion -- now known as hydrodynamics -- goes back to the Egyptians,...
A chance discovery has provided experimental evidence that stars may generate sound. The study of fluids in motion – now known as hydrodynamics – goes back to the Egyptians, so it is not often that new discoveries are made. However when examining the interaction of an ultra-intense laser with a plasma target, the team observed something unexpected. Show More Summary
Guest essay by Kirby Schlaht Nir Joseph Shaviv is an Israeli-American physics professor, carrying out research in the fields of astrophysics and climate science. He is a professor at the Racah Institute of Physics of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.He is also a member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. He is best…
Mercedes-Benz is showcasing its self-driving sedan, the F015 Luxury in Motion, a research vehicle that envisions what high-end cars might look like when people don't have to drive them. (March 17)
Drones have evolved from hobbyist toys to professional tools as the FAA partnered with CNN to establish a drone usage protocol for journalists and started issuing exemptions allowing commercial use. In order for these tools to succeed in the fields above, let alone search and rescue missions, commercial delivery and monitor livestock farms, they need [...]Show More Summary
There may be a fundamental bias in the way people prefer to see moving items depicted in pictures, according to research. An analysis of photos of people and objects in motion revealed a common left-to-right bias.
Nokia, Motorola, Sony-Ericsson and BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion were all victims of disruption. During the 1990s and 2000s, they led the cell phone during its period of takeoff into ubiquity. Then in the last five years, they all lost their leadership positions and are now on the verge of irrelevance. The common culprit was the 2007 launch of Apple’s iPhone. read more
YouTube Link In footage from CCTV News China, a breeder at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Sichuan, China attempts to take a panda bear out of her tree, but she resists him until her motion asking for a hug is granted. Via Laughing Squid
Videographer Rob Whitworth spent 3 months of exploring, researching and filming his impressions while immersed in the desert metropolis of Dubai. Condensing the 3 month stay into only 3 minutes of footage, Whitworth’s video is essentially… The post Walk, Fly and Drive Through Dubai in Flow Motion appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Researchers have uncovered a promising new pathway to valleytronics, a potential quantum computing technology in which information is coded based on the wavelike motion of electrons moving through certain 2-D semiconductors.
Bran Dougherty-Johnson has long been a watchdog in the motion design community, keeping an eye on misbalances of power and conducting research to help us all work together fairly. But he’s also a director with a finely honed voice, as his new reel shows. Bran recently signed with a new production company, The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, with... Read more »
A face is more than a static collection of features. A shift in gaze, a tightening of the lips, a tilt of the head, these movements convey important clues to someone's state of mind. Scientists know that two particularly social and visual...Show More Summary
YouTube Link Mercedes-Benz throws its hat into the self-driving car ring with the F 015 Luxury in Motion research vehicle, their new self-driving concept car. Built for four passengers to lounge in what essentially amounts to an automotive...Show More Summary
2013 Small World in Motion Competition - Honorable Mention In this neat video clip above, Daniele Soroldoni of MRC National Institute for Medical Research in London, United Kingdom, showed us a gorgeous glimpse into segmentation - that's...Show More Summary
The F 015 Luxury in Motion research vehicle is a new self-driving concept car recently unveiled by Mercedes-Benz. The car’s four passengers are transported in a futuristic, lounge-like space, complete with four swivel chairs that can rotate so the passengers face one another. The cabin is wired with six interactive displays and the outside world […]
New research into the way in which we learn new skills finds that a single skill can be learned faster if its follow-through motion is consistent, but multiple skills can be learned simultaneously if the follow-through motion is var...
Mercedes-Benz has presented its vision of the future of the automobile at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show with its self-driving F 015 Luxury in Motion research vehicle. Autonomous cars are expected to arrive within the next five to ten years, but Mercedes'
S coring clients on LinkedIn, reeling in top business executives as investors, turning animal motion research into physical therapy — Baltimore-area startups have had a busy year. Startup companies are an interesting bunch that you can count on for "why didn't I think of that?" ideas and business ventures. Show More Summary