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Chiba, the robot chair that breaks down architectural barriers

Chiba, the robot chair that breaks down architectural barriers

Making a wheelchair capable of overcoming architectural barriers must not have been easy: today a team of engineers from the Chiba Institute of Technology, led by the Associate Professor, has succeeded in the feat using a good dose of lateral thinking. A wheelchair? Difficult to define it this way: when ...

Arduino wirelessly? Yes it can. That's how.

Arduino is an opensource framework that allows rapid prototyping and quick learning of the fundamental principles of electronics and programming. It consists of a hardware platform for physical computing developed at the Interaction Design Institute, an institute based in Ivrea, founded by Olivetti and Telecom Italia. The name of the ...

Is it necessary that engineers also know how to write?

The user writes in a comment on the blog of an engineer: Do (electronic) engineers also have to know how to write well in Italian or is it enough that they know how to 'count'? Let's start with a comment left on a blog article, with rather harsh tones and full of reproach for all young engineers ...

Intel's new 3D transistors

The 3D transistors are made thanks to Intel's revolutionary technology called Tri-Gate which, thanks to a 22nm technological process, makes us keep up with Moore's law. Topic to be explored on both Moore's law side (Will chip development follow Moore's law?) And ...

The robotic arm of DARPA ready in 4 years.

The robotic arm of DARPA ready in 4 years.

When over the last 5 years we have reported news on the robotic arm of DARPA (if you want, the old site is available), we were talking about advanced prototypes: today we can talk, with satisfaction, about clinical tests: it is the future. Not later than two weeks ago the health agencies ...

Because politics will do without politicians.

In difficult times like these, popular demands persist: in the last 3 and a half years the only positive developments for our country have come from referendums. To the increasing surprise of politicians and scholars of social flows, political protest movements are organizing and preparing to be, ...

New bionic arm guided by thought: real.

New bionic arm guided by thought: real.

Time passes, technologies and methods improve, and things that just seemed impossible are surprisingly at hand: it is appropriate to say, given the incredible new bionic arm born from the collaboration between the American universities of Pittsburgh and John Hopkins. It is a leap ...

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