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Transcript of sci project
Who will win this race?
I won't take the bus. I will just fly there.
If you think that light is really fast then think again because neutrinos are about to win the race.
This is a glove but not an ordinary one. This glove is an armored glove. It is equipped with a high voltage stunner, video camera, laser pointer and flashlight. It was invented by David Brown, a cameraman, editor and producer who makes a living filming musical acts. Brown developed the concept one evening when he heard about a lion attack in a near park. He wanted to develop a device that can deploy instinctually. It took Brown seven years to come up with the final prototype. He thinks that it is a very useful equipment to deal with suspects. He says that the camera might make a suspect more cooperative as he knows he is being filmed. Also the electric stunner is very useful to make him back off. In 2011 this armor glove became one of the coolest gadgets in 2011. So next time you meet ironman or batman tell him he is not the only one with a cool gadget.
Watch out criminals there is
a new sheriff in town
Next time you run out of fuel you won't visit the gas sation!
These are the new BMW i8 & i3. They are the newest BMW electric cars. bmw has created two electric cars which will be for sale on 2013. they designed the i8 for the sports cars lover and the i3 a perfect urban car
This is the BMW i3. it is a totally electric car that does not use any kind of fuel. it runs mainly on electricity. The intresting thing about the i3 is that although it is an electric car it is still fast and enjoyable to ride. the bmw i3 can accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h (37 mph) in under four seconds and from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than eight seconds.
Another thing about the i3 is the interior design. All the interior of the car is made from renewable materials. Parts of the instrument panel and door panelling are visibly made from natural fibres. With four seats, wide-opening opposing "coach" doors, a boot capacity of around 200 litres and an additional functional compartment in the front, the BMW i3 Concept is neatly equipped for the demands of everyday use.
The electric motor of the BMW i3 Concept is designed primarily for operation in an urban environment, developing 125 kW/170 hp, with peak torque of 250 Nm (184 lb-ft). Typically of an electric motor, maximum torque is developed from standstill, in contrast to an internal combustion engine where torque increases with engine rpm. Also it takes only one hour to charge the battery with 80% condition. It has a maximum speed of 15o km/h and will be avalible in 2013
The BMW i8 is something different than the i3. It isn't a totally electric car. it combines between the i3 electric motor technology and a normal BMW petrol engine. At the front axle is the electric motor adopted from the BMW i3 Concept and modified for use in the BMW i8 Concept's hybrid power train, while a 164 kW/220 hp turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine is found at the rear end. Together, the two drive units take the vehicle to a governed top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph). Like the electric motor, the 1.5-litre three-cylinder petrol engine was developed entirely in-house by the BMW Group and represents the latest state of the art in conventional engine design. it can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds. The hybrid concept means that the BMW i8 Concept can also run purely on electric power. The battery can be fully recharged in two hours at a standard power socket. The BMW i8 Concept is not only fast and extremely fuel efficient, it also leads the way in innovative vehicle light technology. For the first time BMW introduces as part of the BMW i8 Concept the newly developed Laser Light. Headlights that are more efficient than LED lights, highly flexible, ten times smaller, pleasant to the eye and absolutely safe.
Experiments were done by the Opera collaboration - short for Oscillation Project with Emulsion (T) racking Apparatus.
The Martin jetpack is the world’s first practical jetpack. It is designed with the leisure market in mind.Since the beginnig of time one of the most popular draems of human was to have the ability to fly.the first ever jetpack to fly was the famous Bell Rocket Belt.It was great at its time but had many limitations. It requ-ired lots of expensive fuel and yet flew only for 3o seconds.In 1981, as a New Zealand university student, Glenn Martin started his quest to a build a jetpack that overcame the limitations of the Rocket Belt. With enthusiasm and commit-ment Glenn has been able to capture the support of a large net-work of experts who shared his dream. On 29 July 2008, the Martin Jetpack, the world’s first practical jetpack, was revealed to the world and became an international media sensation. Since then researches have been made to try and develop this jetpack and make it more comfor-table and practicle. And now the Martin jetpack will be able to satisfy all the required needs.
The Jetpack is constructed from carbon fiber composite, has a dry weight of 250 lbs (excluding safety equip-ment) and measures 5 ft high x 5.5 ft wide x 5 ft long. It's driven by a 2.0 L V4 2 stroke engine rated at 200 hp (150 kw), can reach 8000 ft (estimated) and each of the two 1.7 ft wide rotors is made from carbon / Kevlar composite.
As we all know flying in jetpacks is really risky, so to overcome this problem the martin jetpack has a redundant systems that will take over in the event that the main system goes down.If the pack is totaly failing to fly and crash landing is required a pilot-operated toggle will rapidly fire a small amount of propellant deploying a balli-stic parachute (similar to a car airbag) which will allow the pilot and jetpack to descend together.
The Martin jetpack can fly up to 30 minutes and is fueled by regular premium gasoline, though you will undoubtedly earn some disbelieving stares at the petrol station. Also it is avalible for anyone to use it and fly it. It doesnt require a certain pilot or certain skills. Concerning having a license, this is a matter that depends on ones country, for exam-ple no pilot's license is required to fly one in the U.S. But this may differ in other countries. but Martin Aircraft won't let anyone take receipt of their jetpack before completing their specially-developed Martin Aircraft Company approved training program. The pilot must also weigh between 140-240 lbs.(63-108 kgs.)
Concerning the price the Martin jetpack is suggested to cost about $86,000.
So next time you wake late for your exam dont try your car just fly to your university.
The BMW i3
The BMW i8
First of all we have to define what a neutrino is.
A neutrino is a particle which is similar to an electron but with one crucial difference, neutrinos unlike electrons are electrically neutral, so electric fields do not affect them. They have negligible mass and are affected by a long range weak force, which enables them to pass through matter without being affected.
These particles are about to cause a revolution in science. They are about to break one of the basic principals we all know, and that is that light has the fastest speed.
In September 2011 physicists carried out experiments that showed that neutrinos are faster than light.
The experiment known as OPERA shoots protons at a graphite block producing bursts of neutrinos that travel from CERN in Switzerland to San Grasso in Italy.
The experiment found the neutrinos covered the distance 60 nanoseconds faster than the 2.3 milliseconds it would take a photon travelling at the speed of light (299,792,458 meters per second in a vacuum) to cover the same distance.
Critics have argued that these neutrinos travel in bunches, and the length of the bunch might have caused errors in calculations. Others stated that the relative velocity of these particles were wrongly calculated.
Two months later the same group of scientists rerun the experiments to confirm their results. They used shorter bunches of neutrinos to get more accurate results.
The second experiment showed the same results and so the involved scientist were more willing to publish their results. Still more labs are willing to reconstruct the experiment inorder to confirm the results. Also Einstein theories and equations are being revised. The major problem is that several experiments have confirmed the relativity theory and such discovery might shake the foundations of physics and the universe we know.
Now who do you think will win light or neutrinos?
If you can figure out the ten diffrences between the Wright brothers I will let you take a ride in their balloon
who can help this poor turkey go home
What about some numbers? Try to solve this one!
note: the solution of this soduko is found at the end!!!
lets end this break with some word puzzles
We would really appreciate your comments
We would really appreciate your comments
Now let’s see the roots of this apple tree
Let us begin with the mac book
Macintosh Portable – 1989
The Macintosh Portable represented Apple’s first computer with a portable power supply and an active matrix LCD screen which sported a clearer picture than many desktop monitors of the time. image:1
The PowerBook 100 was a result of a collaboration between Sony and Apple – Sony miniaturized the parts for Apple for the 100. The 140 and the 170 are the first PowerBooks completely designed by Apple. Mobile PC magazine named the PowerBook 100 as its “#1 gadget of all time” in a 2005 article. Image: 2
PowerBook 100 – 1991
PowerBook Duo – 1992
This precursor to the MacBook Air was a subnotebook that interfaced with larger storage media either through a docking port or through cables. Image: 3
PowerBook 180c – 1993
First PowerBook to display 640×480 resolution and 256 colours. Image: 4
PowerBook 540c – 1994
The trackpad replaced the trackball with this model. Image: 5
eMate 300 – 1997
Personal digital assistant designed for classroom use and based on the Newton engine. Image: 6
iBook – 1999
The first generation of the iBook featured a clamshell design and wireless networking. Image: 7
iBook G3 Dual USB – 2001
Many design advances were incorporated into this complete redesign, including the L-Shaped hinge for the screen and a slim-line design. Image: 8
PowerBook G4 – 2001
The titanium-skinned PowerBook G4 was the precursor to the MacBook Pro. Image: 10
iBook G4 – 2004
A slot loading drive and a lack of translucent design characterized this release of the iBook. Image: 9
MacBook – 2006
2006 saw the introduction of the MacBook with now-standard features like the magnetic latch, the glossy display and the sunken keyboard. Image: 11
MacBook Air – 2008
The MacBook Air was launched with a famous commercial that involved it being packaged up and shipped in an envelope. Image: 12
Enough science lets have some fun!!
Pattie Maes: Unveiling game-changing wearable tech
Pranav Mistry: The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology
Multimedia Applications Of SixthSense Technology
Sixthsense is a technology that can be used to take the real world objects in to digital world with a minimum effort and a higher accuracy. Parnav Mistry, an Indian research assistant in MIT Media Lab has come up with number of applications made through this SixthSense Technology. Among them, SixthSense Camera, a pen that can draw in 3D, a physical Google map, a camera that can make any surface an application controlling interface were some of the most attractive innovations came out through this technology. People are very much excited with this technology as it takes them to a dream world. It is said that that this technology will be an Open source technology. Therefore the usability of this technology will be high as well.
Pranav Mistry says the SixthSense software will be open source. As far as this seems to be a little set of items, there will not be user interfaces or much advanced programs for the users. There will be much harder and secured coding inside the device to make sure the security of the software. It will be interesting to know the new language for coding for a sixthsense device.
In order to control the SixthSense, it requires some advance hardware as it appears to be. In some of the public presentations, the presenter was wearing some controlling devices including color markers, Camera and projector. When the product come to the real market there has to be lot of improvement for these hardware. They has to be compact and easily controllable. How ever the hardware integration of SixthSense technology is quite innovative since they have manage to develop camera and pen like day to day objects.
In Pranav Mistry’s demonstration, he showed several applications that can be made using the SixthSense technology. It would be a great achievement for the Information Technology as well. Since it is the beginning of the SixthSense applications, there will be lot of tough problems ahead the SixthSense application developers.
The innovative camera is something that got applauds of the crowd in the demonstration. Four rubber rings in the four fingers two in each can be used do draw a rectangular. It will be the area covered by the photograph. Then the photos can be taken to any interface for editing, managing the galleries and sharing. This is much controversial. There is an inbuilt storage device where the data can be stored. When using a surface, the whole data is taken into that surface and stored in the device after the editing. The data can be hacked during the editing period. That is a serious issue in this camera application. And also the capturing device being so small like 4 rubber rings can be used to capture the photos of any location.
There are so many new applications to be developed in the near future. A remote controller for media devices can be implemented to be worked with fingers using this technology. Except having the remote controller to send fast forward, rewind or next or previous options, a SixthSense device can be used. The current process of sending fast-forward or rewind with advanced options. For example, using 2 fingers to send 5 seconds, 3 fingers to send 10 seconds likewise it can be done.
Many games can be made using this technology. A car race using an imaginary steering wheel will be an attractive application. The player will have to drive the vehicle as a real one using his arms. The SixthSense tool kit will be a good replacement for the XBOX game kit and it will not be much expensive as it is said.
A pencil that enables users to draw in 3D is good innovation. It will be a good tool for the beginners to the 3D modeling world. Also it will help a lot for the engineers as well. Another implementation is the physical Google map. It provides the all data that is provided by the Google. The map available on a surface and when you keep something in it, it detects the place where the options available. Dragging and dropping hardcopies to the computer will be a good and efficient replacement for the scanner. This is much more advanced because this can take 3D objects as it appears.
It seems to be that there can be a good future for SixthSense technology applications. There are several things that designers must pay their attention. The digital cameras came into the market with a promising call. But it did not provide the real quality for the photographers at a reasonable price. Therefore most of the professional photographers still use the analog cameras. Nano technology came into the world, but the general consumers do not use that technology so far. The reason is the extremely high price. SixthSense devices are very much different from the computers, this will be a new topic for the hackers and the other people also. First thing is to provide the security for the SixthSense applications and devices. Lot of good technologies came and died due to the security threats. There are some weaknesses that can reduce the accuracy of the data. Some of them were the on palm phone keypad. It allows the user to dial a number of the phone using the keypad available on the palm. As far as the palms are different, there will be some problems regarding some issues such like the sensitivity, and several other facts. Also 3rd party attacks can be possible.
In addition to that Microsoft is developing a controlling environment whore the user doesn’t even have to touch the controller device named ‘Project Natal’. This will be a significant market competitor to the SixthSense technology since it still required some hardware involvement with the user.
Siri. The intelligent assistant that helps you get
things done. All you have to do is ask.
Now you can use your voice to use your iPhone. Just talk to Siri as you would to a person: “Do I need an umbrella?” or “Any great burgers around here?” or “Where’s the closest ATM?” Siri not only understands what you say, it knows what you mean.1 It figures out the right apps to use to find the right answer. Then, just like a personal assistant, it answers you. Siri makes phone calls, sends messages, schedules meetings, sets reminders, and more. How much more? Just ask, and Siri tells you that, too.
Dual-core A5 chip.
Two cores in the A5 chip deliver up to two times more power and up to seven times faster graphics.2 And you’ll feel the effects. Fast. iPhone 4S is quick and responsive, which makes all the difference when you’re launching apps, browsing the web, gaming, and doing just about everything. And no matter what you’re doing, you can keep on doing it. Because the A5 chip is so power-efficient, iPhone 4S has outstanding battery life.
The you-can’t-believe-it’s-on-a-phone camera.
This just might be the best camera ever on a phone. And with all-new optics, it just might be the only camera you need. Because behind every shot, you’ve got 8-megapixel resolution and a custom lens with a larger f/2.4 aperture. Not to mention an improved backside illumination sensor, excellent auto white balance, advanced color accuracy, face detection, and reduced motion blur. It all means that no matter how many people, how much light, and how much action you capture, everything looks exactly as it should. And just wait until you see the photos.
Video recording. In 1080p amazing HD.
Shoot stunning 1080p HD video everywhere you go. With all-new optics, the light is always right, the color is always vivid, and everything will look even better than you remember. Video stabilization steadies shaky shots. And you can edit video right on iPhone and share your lush life as fast as you shoot.
The world’s most advanced mobile operating system. And the easiest to use.
With every iOS advancement come even easier ways to do everything. That’s what makes iOS years ahead of anything else. iOS 5 leaps even further ahead, bringing over 200 new features to iPhone 4S. Here are just a few of our favorites.
The sharpest, most vibrant thing you’ll see on iPhone 4S is everything. The Retina display is the highest-resolution phone screen ever. In fact, the pixel density is so high that the human eye is unable to distinguish individual pixels. But without a doubt, you’ll notice crisp text, sharp graphics, and stunning images. It’s more remarkable than the printed page. And you’ll be completely absorbed.
FaceTime. It’s even better face-to-face.
FaceTime lets you hear a voice and see the face that goes with it — iPhone to iPhone, iPad 2, iPod touch, or Mac over Wi-Fi.5 So no matter where they are, no matter where you are, you’ll always be there. Making a FaceTime call is just as easy as making a phone call. And it’s even easier with Siri. Just tell Siri “FaceTime with Mom” and you show up, smile, and wave hello. You’ll never miss a big event, an important meeting, or a good laugh. And who wouldn’t be happy to see your face?
With AirPlay, you can wirelessly stream what’s on your iPhone to your HDTV and speakers via Apple TV.6 And with AirPlay Mirroring, whatever you see and do on your iPhone appears on your HDTV at the same time.
iCloud. Your content. On all your devices.
iCloud is the easiest way to manage all your stuff, because it manages it all for you. iCloud stores your music, photos, apps, mail, contacts, calendars, documents, and more. And wirelessly pushes them to all your devices. It’s automatic, effortless, and seamless. And it just works
Call it better, faster, and even more worldly
iPhone 4S is the first phone to intelligently switch between two antennas to transmit and receive, so call quality is better. It also doubles the maximum HSDPA data speeds to 14.4 Mbps.8 Which means faster connections, faster loading and reloading, and faster downloads. And iPhone 4S is a world phone, so you can use it almost anywhere. Whether you’re a GSM or CDMA customer, you can roam GSM networks in 200 countries around the world.
Print your email, photos, web pages, and documents right from your iPhone over Wi-Fi.7 There’s no software to download, no drivers to install, and no cables to connect. With just a few taps, you can go from viewing something on the iPhone screen to holding a printed copy.
When choosing Tech-nology as a topic, we had an initiative message that we wanted to state and deliver to our readers. After a lot of research and examining the results, we found a lot of technologies and inventions that were invented and until now, they are in development process.
According to nature of life and the science of life in general, Tech-nology doesn’t stop at one point. The invented output is again developed to invent a new device that functions better than the previous one. This process doesn’t stop. Engineers and scientists are always focused to study and read more to always invent new tech-nologies in every field in our lives.
Yasmine Al Sharkawi
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I won't take the bus. I will just fly there.
Light VS. Neutrino; Who will win the race
Multimedia Applications Of SixthSense Technology
Watch out criminals there is a new sheriff in town
Special File: Apple
- Iphone 4s