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Google's self-driving car

Fully functional self-driving car from Google

Waymo is a subsidiary company of Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. Waymo has already self-driven more than 5 million miles on the city streets of the United States. Waymo uses a Technology that covers 360 degrees area to identify the surrounding objects.

working method of polymer memory

Polymer memory – a new way of using plastic as a secondary storage

A new memory technology promises to store more data at less cost than the expensive to build silicon chips used by popular consumer gadgets including digital cameras, cell phones and portable music players. The magical ingredient is not smaller transistors or an exotic material cooked up by the semiconductor industry. It is a plastic.

Solar impulse flight top view

Solar Impulse – Solar Powered Flight

Solar Impulse is a next generation solar powered flight. The motto of this project is to make use of freely available solar energy to travel around the world and to maintain clean, non polluted environment.

Eyegaze system

The Eyegaze System

By looking at control keys displayed on a screen, a person can synthesize speech, control his environment (lights, appliances, etc.), type, operate a telephone, run computer software, operate a computer mouse, and access The Eyegaze System is a communication and control system for people with complex physical disabilities

Carnegie Mellon’s snake robot

Snake Robot – The future of agile motion

Crawling movement as a motive mode seen in nature of some animals such as snakes possesses a specific syntactic and dynamic analysis. Serpentine robot designed by inspiration from nature and snakes crawling motion, is regarded as a crawling robot. In this article, a serpentine robot with spiral motion model will be analyzed. The purpose of this analysis is to calculate the vertical and tangential forces along snakes body and to determine the parameters affecting on these forces.