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Amazing Fact: Now control devices with tongue

Researchers have developed a device that can be installed in a helmet and senses the wearer’s tongue pressure through the cheek to control their smartphones. “The tongue is a well-developed muscle capable of fine-grain movements — so we thought it should be good for control interactions,” said Japanese scientist Kai Kunze at Osaka Prefecture University. 

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Mantis Shrimp Fist Inspires Researchers to Develop Super-Tough Material for Airplanes [Video]

Researchers at University of California, Riverside and colleagues have modeled a tough material after the fist-like club of a mantis shrimp. The team says that the new material is stronger than materials used to build airplanes. 11 more words

How to Explain Colors to Blind?

Roohani along with her two friends, the only three girls in a class of 69 students (ratio 1:23)  was called to vice principal’s office in mid of a lecture in electrical engineering. 660 more words

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World Building Wednesday-The Dark House

On a foothill of Mount Call just South of Tripik there is a massive mansion that overlooks the city. No one knows why the mansion was built without windows and drifters who try to move in all disappear. 458 more words

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Fabrica Researchers Discover Temperature Theme For Sensory Installation In Milan

Milan 2014: dripping water from ice-encased tropical plants and quietly rotating feather-patterned fans featured in this climate-themed exhibition by Italian analysis centre Fabrica (+ slideshow). 17 more words

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Fabrica Researchers Investigate Temperature Theme For Sensory Set Up In Milan

Milan 2014: dripping water from ice-encased tropical plants and quietly rotating feather-patterned supporters featured in this climate-themed exhibition by Italian investigation centre Fabrica (+ slideshow). 16 more words

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Fabrica researchers explore temperature theme for sensory installation in Milan

Milan 2014: dripping water from ice-encased tropical plants and quietly rotating feather-patterned fans featured in this climate-themed exhibition by Italian research centre Fabrica (+ slideshow). 19 more words

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