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Home » Tag Archives: nasa news

Tag Archives: nasa news

Ships

How to find satellites from space ships #Cosmoread: It is estimated that some three million ships in the North Atlantic, possibly a quarter, with the rest scattered across the oceans. Now, according to new research satellites, locating these lost ships could be used to help. In a study published in the Journal of Archaeological Science, marine geologist and colleagues of …

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Holographic

Microsoft’s HoloLens conversion with the holographic technology environment #Cosmoread: Microsoft HoloLens: Vancouver, Canada, on the TED stage, Alex Kipman its latest baby demoed. And he had a scene with a bang. Kipman a hologram on stage, a NASA scientist teleported. Here is a look at the new technology and how it can change your world. A new reality The Headset …

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Hololens

HoloLens ‘teleports’ TED Talk demo Tue planet for NASA scientists #Cosmoread: Tue planet’s surface, HoloLens developer Alex Kipman “teleported” a NASA scientist at the forum: something amazing happened in the TED 2016 conference today. Jeff Norris of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Vancouver, Canada, was physically across the street from the auditorium, but HoloLens cameras, then a hologram (three-dimensional, talking …

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