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The dream of becoming a machine-assisted superhuman just got more real.

Award-Winning Robotic Exoskeleton Boosts Your Arm Strength [VIDEO]

Freshman admission is a holistic and selective process, and no single criterion guarantees admission. Rather, we consider all the documentation.

3D printed Robot Hand, available on KickStarter. These guys hope to make robotic arms easily available for less than a thousand dollars, working out of a garage!

Printed Robot Hand Raises its Hand for Pledges on Kickstarter - Technabob

Mi.Mu Gloves — turn hand gestures into music

These Gloves Turn Anyone Into A Talented Musician These magic gloves—called Mi.mu gloves— contain sensors, buzzers, and buttons that send information wirelessly back to computer software that translates gesture into sound.

Mi.Mu gesture-control glove developed by a team led by Imogen Heap

The gesture-control gloves developed by musician Imogen Heap could lead to more expressive and accessible ways of making music.

Artist Neil Harbisson was born completely color blind, but these days a device attached to his head turns color into audible frequencies. Instead of seeing a world in grayscale, Harbisson can hear a symphony of color -- and yes, even listen to faces and paintings.

Artist Neil Harbisson was born completely color blind, but these days a device attached to his head turns color into audible frequencies.

日本のロボット擬人化が止まらない!超高性能なのにかわいい顔をした自立運行型除雪ロボット「ゆき太郎」

Yuki-Taro, An Adorable Self-Guided Robotic Snowplow That Turns Snow Into Compact Bricks

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is raising funds for - High-end printed electric Violin on Kickstarter! The is the new electric violin created by printing technology and based on the model of a real Stradivarius violin.

Extraordinary music tech: Kris Halpin is a tester for Imogen Heap's Mi.Mu Gloves. Watch, listen, boggle http://radiotogo.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/kris-halpin-and-his-magic-mimu-gloves.html

Come learn about the newest wearable electronic performance technology, the Mi.mu Gloves, and watch a live demonstration by creator Imogen Heap

Corning's vision of "how highly engineered glass, with companion technologies, will help shape our world."

Corning's vision of "how highly engineered glass, with companion technologies, will help shape our world.

A session in the studio with Kris Halpin and the magic MiMu Gloves http://radiotogo.blogspot.com/2015/09/Kris-Halpin.html

A session in the studio with Kris Halpin and the magic MiMu Gloves http://radiotogo.blogspot.com/2015/09/Kris-Halpin.html

Imogen Heap's new Mi.Mu gloves . "These beautiful gloves help me gesturally interact with my computer," says Heap, explaining how the wearable technology allows her to perform without having to interact with keyboards or control panels.

Imogen Heap's new Mi. "These beautiful gloves help me gesturally interact with my computer," says Heap, explaining how the wearable technology allows her to perform without having to interact with keyboards or control panels.

I'm exploring "thin film display". This video offered up interesting ideas. "A Day Made of Glass Made possible by Corning."

I'm exploring "thin film display". This video offered up interesting ideas. "A Day Made of Glass Made possible by Corning.

Back in Vantablack: After Signing Away Rights to Original, Clever Company Creates Even Darker Version - Core77

Here is an example of a very wrinkled aluminium foil coated with Vantablack. We purposely shot this on an iPhone and used no edits.

Wearable technology allows you to perform without having to interact with keyboards or control panels. For example, Imogen Heap has mapped movements made with the gloves to musical functions such as drum sounds or bass notes, changes of pitch, arpeggios and filters.

These gloves will "change the way we make music", says Imogen Heap

Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: in this exclusive video interview, musician Imogen Heap demonstrates the electronic gloves that allow people to interact with their computer remotely via hand gestures.

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