Thursday, March 24, 2011

Future Foglets of the Hive Mind by Michelle Ewens

The concept of utility fog – flying, intercommunicating nanomachines that dynamically shape themselves into assorted configurations to serve various roles and execute multifarious tasks – was introduced by nanotech pioneer J. Storrs Hall in 1993. Recently in H+ Magazine, Hall pointed out that swarm robots are the closest thing we have to utility fog. This brings the concept a little bit closer to reality.
- by Michelle Ewens in the HPlus Magazine

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Visual Techniques in "Sherlock"

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