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Fueled by a liquid hydrocarbon—a component of NRL’s novel gas-to-liquid process that uses CO2 and H2 as feedstock—the research team demonstrated sustained flight of a radio-controlled P-51 replica of the legendary Red Tail Squadron, powered by an off-the-shelf and unmodified two-stroke internal combustion engine.
If you’re a hobbyist or just like to tinker, you have probably used an Arduino kit, a Raspberry Pi, or a Propeller development board. You might even use them to educate your self or keep your skills sharp for small, microcontroller based embedded systems. 785 more words
Responding to the interest in the Exaudimus system following our article Embodied Tuning: Interfacing Danish Radio Heritage (Mortensen & Vestergaard, Journal of Interactive Humanities, vol. 1, Issue 1, 2013) I have decided to post our proof of concept video even though the quality is terrible due to my pocket camera haveing difficulty with the dimly lit gallery space. 99 more words