may u give some advice on how to make a very good FTC robot please send photos. want to learn new things
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What if there was no boundary between people and pixels? You can draw under the screen with a pen that you can use to break the screen boundary. You can use your bare hands in a 3D space using a transparent display and depth camera. With the augmented fitting room, you can use a head-mounted see-through display to bring the digital world into your world. But what if you want something you can touch? You can with a spherical magnet acting like a 3D pixel.

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I can't stop geeking out about this. Maybe a couple Central Oregonian teams could host one of these?

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MIT developed a method to show normally not visible changings in colour and motion. Incredible possibilities combined with Google Glass.

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Excellent Papers for 2012
Posted by +Corinna Cortes and +Alfred Spector, Google Research

Googlers across the company actively engage with the scientific community by publishing technical papers, contributing open-source packages, working on standards, introducing new APIs and tools, giving talks and presentations, participating in ongoing technical debates, and much more. Our publications offer technical and algorithmic advances, feature aspects we learn as we develop novel products and services, and shed light on some of the technical challenges we face at Google.

In an effort to highlight some of our work, we periodically select a number of publications to be featured. We honor the influential papers authored or co-authored by Googlers covering all of 2012 -- covering roughly 6% of our total publications.  It’s tough choosing, so we may have left out some important papers. So, do see the publications list to review the complete group (http://goo.gl/i1x2).

In the coming weeks we will be offering a more in-depth look at some of the 2012 publications listed on the Google Research Blog, linked below.

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It's a bird. It's a plane. It's a 71 ft solar powered plane?!?

Stay tuned because next week, we'll be sitting in the cockpit with +Solar Impulse and talking with their crew. The tentative date for the hangout is on Wednesday, June 12th. You won't want to miss this. 

The plane, named +Solar Impulse, began its coast-to-coast US flight on May 3rd and will make its final destination in New York in the next few weeks. The aircraft is covered in almost 12,000 silicon solar cells that drive four electric motors and can turn the plane's propellers day and night with special batteries that store power. The project is led by Swiss psychiatrist and aeronaut Bertrand Piccard, who co-piloted the first balloon to circle the world non-stop, and Swiss businessman André Borschberg.

Is solar power the future of aviation? That's what Borschber and Piccard are trying to prove. 

Read more on Solar Impulse's website: http://goo.gl/vVUh7
Image credit: CBSNews (http://goo.gl/RZ7Sr)
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Create a +LEGO World With +Google Chrome

Now you can create a 3D Lego world right on your own computer using this fun new Chrome tool: http://goo.gl/egjqN. Choose your starting location, grab your blocks from the world's biggest digital brick set and let your imagination take over!

Share the cool images of what you build using the hashtag   #LegoMaps  

photo credit sal: http://goo.gl/9dFFA
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