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Ulisses Fontoura
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I am an electrical engineer and systems analyst and currently live in Sao Paulo, Brazil. I've worked at Nike in Beaverton, OR and now as a consultant in engineering. My hobbies are aviation, astronomy, bioengineering. I love music, Brazilian and American rock.
I am an electrical engineer and systems analyst and currently live in Sao Paulo, Brazil. I've worked at Nike in Beaverton, OR and now as a consultant in engineering. My hobbies are aviation, astronomy, bioengineering. I love music, Brazilian and American rock.

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Folks, I came back. There's a lot of time I was far from here.
Sorry if I have not answered your questions or requests.
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Aos amigos daqui do Google, onde compartilhamos alegrias, informações e divertimento durante este ano, um FELIZ NATAL a todos!!! Aproveito para desejar também um feliz Ano Novo, com muita paz e realizações.
Estarei fora por uns dias em férias merecidas...
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Pois é galera...2012 tá aí !!!!! Podem ser os Deuses Maias chegando, segundo os petróglifos agora desvendados !!!! Vai saber....

Que MARAVILHA : 11.11.11...........já é sexta-feira......kkkkkkkkkkkk

De volta a labuta....galera, BOA TARDE a todos q ficam....volto à noite.....fuuuuuiiii..

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Não sei não...o meu é um SAMSUNG, tudo bem, não é smartphone, mas roda com o Windows Phone e é uma merda.

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Miguel Nicolelis the largest Brazilian neuroscientist of international renown. Worth seeing some of his work here in Brazil and abroad, in this area.
This is where we are now: at Duke University, a monkey controls a virtual arm using only its thoughts. Miguel Nicolelis had fitted the animal with a headset of electrodes that translates its brain activity into movements. It can grab virtual objects without using its arms. It can also feel the objects without its hands, because the headset stimulates its brain to create the sense of different textures. Monkey think, monkey do, monkey feel – all without moving a muscle.

And this is where Nicolelis wants to be in three years: a young quadriplegic Brazilian man strolls confidently into a massive stadium. He controls his four prosthetic limbs with his thoughts, and they in turn send tactile information straight to his brain. The technology melds so fluidly with his mind that he confidently runs up and delivers the opening kick of the 2014 World Cup.
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