Kitchen robots can do a lot of things but picking up a clear or shiny object remains the things of robot nightmares. A color camera may solve the problem.
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"We have created a low-power, low-weight, wireless camera system that can capture a first-person view of what's happening from an actual live insect..."
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AI will help people using robotic prosthetics or exoskeletons walk securely on terrains, such as tile, brick, concrete, grass, and "upstairs" and "downstairs."
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Fitbyte uses sensors on eyeglasses to track your chewing, swallowing, and how many times your hand moves to your mouth.
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A new technique uses regular smartphones to make 3D face models that are accurate to the millimeter, researchers say.
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Drones aren't great at avoiding obstacles—especially when they move quickly. New technology takes a step toward solving the problem.
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An advance in photodetectors could enable cheaper, faster multispectral cameras for cancer surgery, food safety inspection, and precision agriculture.
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If all cars in the US had driver assist technology like blind-spot monitoring and lane-departure warning, it could prevent a whole lot of crashes.
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A new system that combines a simple digital camera with a miniature infrared camera keeps an eye on crops and let farmers know when it's time to irrigate.
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