• SurfaShield technology En

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    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • SMAP 世界に一つだけの花 SING2012 BRAINWAVE with NANOtechnology

    2012/7/22 荻窪クラブドクター ライブイベント「S×I×N×G」より。 ステージからのレアショット。 音質悪くてm(_ _)m

    published: 22 Jul 2012
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    Nano Guard Electrics video

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • 5G Brain Hack, TI's, Synthetic Telepathy and Nanotech Teresa Reed

    Teresa Reed joined me today for an informative and disturbing interview about mind control, social engineering, and experimentation. Teresa is an active investigator in Targeted Individual cases and a researcher into the technology. Voice to Skull, Synthetic Telepathy, 5G Brain Hacking, Nanotechnology, Sleep Studies, Vaccines, and Big Pharma were all talked about in this show! They all play a part in an overall agenda to dumb down, control and enslave a fabricated subservient society. Will this technology move from slow kill, mental and neurological torture to kill switch tech in the near future? Are the elite using SMART technologies to alter human behavior, belief systems, and manipulate humanity? What should you do if you are experiencing targeting or gang stalking? Is the technology be...

    published: 27 Aug 2017
  • Biological Fiber Optic Nanotech - Venus' Flower Basket

    Euplectella aspergillum, also known as the "Venus flower-basket" is one of the most unique and interesting lifeforms on earth. This is a truly alien-like organism as this species of sponge has a silica exoskeleton which forms an intricate cage, held together by protein filaments only a few nanometers across. In effect, this animal is almost entirely made of a nano-structured glass. Along with microscopic Diatoms, this sponge is an example of how a lifeform can incorporate silicon in its biology and although it is not truly silicon-based life (as its DNA is fundamentally the same as ours) it is an insight in how different elements can be incorporated in diverse lifeforms restricted to just one planet, bringing new possibilities in what extraterrestrials might be like on other worlds. Eup...

    published: 02 Sep 2013
  • Nanotechnology Presentation Online v1

    published: 11 Feb 2014
  • Our Final Invention Nanotechnology Revolution 720p

    published: 19 Mar 2017
  • Digitalization boosts part manufacturing efficiency for ASM Pacific Technology

    Watch the video, "Digitalization boosts part manufacturing efficiency," to learn how ASM Pacific Technology, the world's largest supplier of semiconductor, LED, and packaging equipment, standardized on Siemens' NX CAM software for part manufacturing to reduce programming time by 91 percent and shorten time to market.

    published: 06 Nov 2017
  • SurfaPore M general

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  • Jackie Y. Ying – Breaking the Wall to Medical and Sustainable Technologies (FW2015)

    BREAKING THE WALL TO MEDICAL AND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES How a Nanotech Toolbox Can Revolutionise Medicine and Energy Storage Jackie Y. Ying Director, Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore The sheet of paper this text is printed on is about 100,000 nanometres thick, and one hair on your head is about 50,000 nanometres wide. In our everyday experience, these are some of the smallest objects we are able to see and feel, but compared to the nanoscale, they are colossal. The nanoscale describes the dimension between 1 and 100 nanometres – in terms of objects, between a sugar molecule and an influenza virus. Nanotechnology tries to understand and control matter at this length scale, a particularly interesting area of research, because the experimental materials often sho...

    published: 18 Jan 2016
  • Moving fibers

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvNDk2t8TGk for the simple minded folk hit the link before you leave a comment displaying your idiocy!!!! I don’t have time to respond to every fckn moron that leaves a comment telling me to clean or it’s static or yadda yadda yardda it’s nano fibers. Self duplicating carbon nanofibers. Now if you’d do any kind of research you’d find out about nanos and morgellons. Save yourself the time and don’t embarrass yourself w another moronic simple minded comment that will get you blocked mostly for being so fckning stupid . For those curious this is everywhere and on everything facts! #movingFibers #geoengineering #nanotechnology #smartDust #morgellons fcked up https://youtu.be/RvNDk2t8TGk

    published: 07 Mar 2017
  • Why Can ASIA Make Us RICH? - VisualPolitik EN

    We might not always notice it, but the world, is changing really fast: biotechnology, robotics, nanotechnology…Every day, some place on Earth, some discovery is made, discoveries that will make our lives longer and more comfortable. The best part of all of this, is that the end of poverty is near: in 2020, for the first time, most of the planet’s population will belong to the middle class. In this video, we will tell you in detail what’s really happening to our world. MUSIC Mikel Bilbao: VisualPolitik https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lijn3Gl69YE Related information: Pew Research Center - Support for Free Market System by countries: http://www.pewglobal.org/2014/10/09/emerging-and-developing-economies-much-more-optimistic-than-rich-countries-about-the-future/inequality-01/

    published: 11 May 2017
  • Mysterious Ancient High Tech Roman Nanotechnology The Lycurgus Cup

    Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest in the Solar System after Jupiter. On October 15, 1997 the Cassini Huygens an unmanned robotic . Unimaginable Disaster: Japan Declares Crisis As Fukushima Reactor Begins Falling Into The Pacific Ocean And Radiation Soars To The Highest Levels Ever . What appears to be a UFO with a beam of light directed at the Mars Rover. Is this an Alien Drone? Is the Mars Rover being examined and studied, or under . Created with data collected by the Huygens Descent Imager this movie depicts the view from Huygens during the last few hours of its descent onto the surface of .

    published: 30 Jun 2017
  • SurfaPore ThermoDry general

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Nanotechnology - Sequencing DNA

    This is a video I made for a nanotechnology class back in the spring semester of 2008. I've noticed that that recently, more news is being reported about the technology known as nanosequencing, especially nanopores, so I thought I'd put this out there for anyone who might want to know about it a little more. This is the first video I've posted that wasn't recorded on my phone. I used iMovie and CC photos (for the most part) so please don't expect a michael bay/steven spielberg production.

    published: 01 Mar 2009
  • DeSalin T general

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • SurfaPore C general

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Clean and Seal Windows with Nanotechnology

    published: 11 Feb 2014
  • MacDiarmid Young Scientist of the Year cleans up with nanotechnology

    New Zealand's top emerging scientist John Watt describes how his reserach could lead to cleaner car emissions.

    published: 09 Sep 2009
  • SurfaPore R Industrial Application 1

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Science Documentary: Augmented Reality, Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence

    Science Documentary: Augmented Reality, Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence Wearable computers have made a lot of news recently. With Google glass, Meta's space glass, etc. But the question is, how can we make them cheaper, smaller and increase battery life. Infinity Augmented Reality has been trying to solve that very problem. They have provided the the engine that translates your physical world into your virtual world. Normal cameras are unable to sense the size of objects which they are photographing, so Occipital has created the PrimeSense 3D sensor, which is a structure sensor that gives metric distances to the surfaces of objects. So instead of sensing colors, you sense distances. Uses for the PrimeSense 3D Structure Sensor include, real estate applications, crime sce...

    published: 01 May 2015
  • Chemtrails, Nanotechnology and The Morgellons Connection

    Awakening Liberty This week actress and model Vanity Styles joined me to talk about Chemtrails, Mind Control, and her battle with Morgellons. The War on Terra by the ruling class parasites includes biochemical testing and genocidal programs that are harming all of humanity. So many are unaware as to what is going on in our skies and it’s link to widespread outbreaks of what is being labeled as Morgellons. What can those who are suffering from these symptoms do to arrest the condition and cope? Spreading awareness, planting seeds, and waking up the masses is a start. Exposing those who are involved e.g. The Synagogue of Satan and these Wacko Banking Cabals is the next step in eradicating these psychopathic Terror! Listen LIVE to The Awakening Liberty Show with Sean Caron every Saturday and...

    published: 16 May 2016
  • Biotechnology : Changing lives in Asia-Pacific | Siam Forestry Laboratory, Thailand

    Meeting the nutritional needs of a growing world population – one expected to exceed ten billion – by 2050 – and do so through improved, efficient and sustainable food systems, is a major task, yet one which the world must take on. While recent breakthroughs in biotechnologies in the food and agriculture sectors have been impressive, applying them at ground level have been more challenging. Part of the reason is affordability – the vast majority of our food is produced by smallholder farmers, fishers and pastoralists – many of whom are poor and often themselves food insecure. FAO in Asia-Pacific, in collaboration with partners in the public and private sectors, has taken a closer look at various non-GMO biotechnologies and their successes. This video looks at work in the forestry sector ...

    published: 11 Sep 2017
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SurfaShield technology En
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NanoPhos | ThermoDry tech teaser
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NanoPhos | ThermoDry tech teaser

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SMAP 世界に一つだけの花  SING2012 BRAINWAVE with NANOtechnology
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SMAP 世界に一つだけの花 SING2012 BRAINWAVE with NANOtechnology

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2012/7/22 荻窪クラブドクター ライブイベント「S×I×N×G」より。 ステージからのレアショット。 音質悪くてm(_ _)m
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Nano Guard | Electrics video
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Nano Guard | Electrics video

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Nano Guard Electrics video
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5G Brain Hack, TI's, Synthetic Telepathy and Nanotech Teresa Reed
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5G Brain Hack, TI's, Synthetic Telepathy and Nanotech Teresa Reed

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Teresa Reed joined me today for an informative and disturbing interview about mind control, social engineering, and experimentation. Teresa is an active investigator in Targeted Individual cases and a researcher into the technology. Voice to Skull, Synthetic Telepathy, 5G Brain Hacking, Nanotechnology, Sleep Studies, Vaccines, and Big Pharma were all talked about in this show! They all play a part in an overall agenda to dumb down, control and enslave a fabricated subservient society. Will this technology move from slow kill, mental and neurological torture to kill switch tech in the near future? Are the elite using SMART technologies to alter human behavior, belief systems, and manipulate humanity? What should you do if you are experiencing targeting or gang stalking? Is the technology being used to map brainwaves? Great interview! Many thanks to Teresa for joining me. If you need help contact Teresa Reed! Much love to all and God Bless! website: https://www.facebook.com/fort3hlulz Listen LIVE to The Awakening Liberty Show with Sean Caron every Saturday and Sunday at 2 PM Pacific Time! http://truthfrequencyradio.com/listen-live/ Become a TFR supporter with this link and 50% of your subscription goes to Awakening Liberty! Help keep TFR 100% Listener Supported http://truthfrequencyradio.com/amember/signup/index/c/ Awakening Liberty Show Website http://www.awakeninglibertyshow.com/ Awakening Liberty Store http://www.awakeninglibertystore.com/
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Biological Fiber Optic Nanotech - Venus' Flower Basket
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Biological Fiber Optic Nanotech - Venus' Flower Basket

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Euplectella aspergillum, also known as the "Venus flower-basket" is one of the most unique and interesting lifeforms on earth. This is a truly alien-like organism as this species of sponge has a silica exoskeleton which forms an intricate cage, held together by protein filaments only a few nanometers across. In effect, this animal is almost entirely made of a nano-structured glass. Along with microscopic Diatoms, this sponge is an example of how a lifeform can incorporate silicon in its biology and although it is not truly silicon-based life (as its DNA is fundamentally the same as ours) it is an insight in how different elements can be incorporated in diverse lifeforms restricted to just one planet, bringing new possibilities in what extraterrestrials might be like on other worlds. Euplectella has tiny projections known as spicules extend from the base of the structure. The layering of the spicules on the nanoscale allows the sponge to grow filaments of glass fibers which are far stronger than any glass made by humans. These are used to reinforce the sponge and to couple to lens structures in the sponge which transmit light generated by bioluminescent bacteria within the sponge's body. This unique adaptation allows the sponge to focus bio-luminescent light into fibers to attract prey in the dark ocean depths for itself and for the species of shrimp which lives inside the sponge in a symbiotic relationship. Joanna Aizenberg of Bell Laboratories/Lucent Technologies and her colleagues tested the optical properties of these biological fibers and found that the sponge parts had a comparable index of refraction to man-made cables and would thus be equally good at transmitting information. Moreover, the spicules are incredibly resistant to breakage, which is a problem for telecommunication wires. The fibers made from the spicules are so flexible you can literally tie a knot in a fiber of them and it will not break, something which is impossible with current fibers. If recreated by humans, such fibers could be made into sophisticated optical circuits, such as microscopic tunable lasers or polarization controllers allowing for ultrafast and secure fiber optic communications. Through millions of years of evolution, this sponge has come up with a remarkable solution to a problem that has puzzled the world's top chemists and materials scientists for decades: how to get simple inorganic materials, such as silicon, to assemble themselves into complex nano- and microstructures. Currently, making a microscale device--say, a transistor for a microchip--means physically carving it out of a slab of silicon; it is an expensive and demanding process. But nature has much simpler ways to make equally complex microstructures using nothing but chemistry, namely by starting at the molecular level and building up to form macroscopic structures such as crystals. The Venus' flower basket sits on the seabed thousands of meters below the surface of the western Pacific, the sponge extracts silicic acid from the surrounding seawater. It converts the acid into silicon dioxide--silica--which, in a remarkable feat of biological engineering, it then assembles into a precise, three-dimensional structure that is reproduced in exact detail by every member of its species. What makes the sponges' accomplishment so impressive is that it doesn't require high temperatures or toxic chemicals necessary for human manufacture of complex inorganic structures. Material Physicists and Chemists are trying to figure out how humans could replicate the sponge's chemistry to make artificial, flexible nano-fibers which would self assemble in similar ways to the natural Venus' flower basket. If achieved this would help revolutionize telecommunications and optical computing, perhaps even making the final leap towards room-temperature coherent quantum computing, which has been accomplished using diamonds, using laser pulses with tunable wavelengths and polarization directions.
https://wn.com/Biological_Fiber_Optic_Nanotech_Venus'_Flower_Basket
Nanotechnology Presentation Online v1
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Nanotechnology Presentation Online v1

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Our Final Invention  Nanotechnology Revolution 720p
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Our Final Invention Nanotechnology Revolution 720p

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Digitalization boosts part manufacturing efficiency for ASM Pacific Technology
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Digitalization boosts part manufacturing efficiency for ASM Pacific Technology

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Watch the video, "Digitalization boosts part manufacturing efficiency," to learn how ASM Pacific Technology, the world's largest supplier of semiconductor, LED, and packaging equipment, standardized on Siemens' NX CAM software for part manufacturing to reduce programming time by 91 percent and shorten time to market.
https://wn.com/Digitalization_Boosts_Part_Manufacturing_Efficiency_For_Asm_Pacific_Technology
SurfaPore M general
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SurfaPore M general

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Jackie Y. Ying – Breaking the Wall to Medical and Sustainable Technologies (FW2015)
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Jackie Y. Ying – Breaking the Wall to Medical and Sustainable Technologies (FW2015)

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BREAKING THE WALL TO MEDICAL AND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES How a Nanotech Toolbox Can Revolutionise Medicine and Energy Storage Jackie Y. Ying Director, Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore The sheet of paper this text is printed on is about 100,000 nanometres thick, and one hair on your head is about 50,000 nanometres wide. In our everyday experience, these are some of the smallest objects we are able to see and feel, but compared to the nanoscale, they are colossal. The nanoscale describes the dimension between 1 and 100 nanometres – in terms of objects, between a sugar molecule and an influenza virus. Nanotechnology tries to understand and control matter at this length scale, a particularly interesting area of research, because the experimental materials often show new and unexpected physical, chemical or biological properties. Once understood and replicated, this nanoscale behaviour can be used for engineering new materials for specific applications. Some nanomaterials have been in use for years, such as the titanium dioxide in sunblock, or water-repellent coating for textiles, but today more than ever, materials scientists are working on the creation of new materials which have the potential to revolutionise a variety of fields – from industrial engineering, biomedical research and diagnosis, to batteries and water purification. Jackie Ying is one of the leading experts at the intersection of nanoscale science, engineering and medicine. In 2003, having returned to Singapore from the USA, she was entrusted with setting up the world’s first bioengineering and nanotechnology institute at Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). As the institute’s Executive Director, Jackie Ying shapes its vision of how excellent interdisciplinary research can tackle a wide range of challenges from diverse fields. At Falling Walls, she shows how a “nanotech toolbox” could take us one step closer to advanced medical technologies and sustainable green technologies.
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Moving fibers
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Moving fibers

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvNDk2t8TGk for the simple minded folk hit the link before you leave a comment displaying your idiocy!!!! I don’t have time to respond to every fckn moron that leaves a comment telling me to clean or it’s static or yadda yadda yardda it’s nano fibers. Self duplicating carbon nanofibers. Now if you’d do any kind of research you’d find out about nanos and morgellons. Save yourself the time and don’t embarrass yourself w another moronic simple minded comment that will get you blocked mostly for being so fckning stupid . For those curious this is everywhere and on everything facts! #movingFibers #geoengineering #nanotechnology #smartDust #morgellons fcked up https://youtu.be/RvNDk2t8TGk
https://wn.com/Moving_Fibers
Why Can ASIA Make Us RICH? - VisualPolitik EN
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Why Can ASIA Make Us RICH? - VisualPolitik EN

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We might not always notice it, but the world, is changing really fast: biotechnology, robotics, nanotechnology…Every day, some place on Earth, some discovery is made, discoveries that will make our lives longer and more comfortable. The best part of all of this, is that the end of poverty is near: in 2020, for the first time, most of the planet’s population will belong to the middle class. In this video, we will tell you in detail what’s really happening to our world. MUSIC Mikel Bilbao: VisualPolitik https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lijn3Gl69YE Related information: Pew Research Center - Support for Free Market System by countries: http://www.pewglobal.org/2014/10/09/emerging-and-developing-economies-much-more-optimistic-than-rich-countries-about-the-future/inequality-01/
https://wn.com/Why_Can_Asia_Make_US_Rich_Visualpolitik_En
Mysterious Ancient High Tech Roman Nanotechnology The Lycurgus Cup
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Mysterious Ancient High Tech Roman Nanotechnology The Lycurgus Cup

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Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest in the Solar System after Jupiter. On October 15, 1997 the Cassini Huygens an unmanned robotic . Unimaginable Disaster: Japan Declares Crisis As Fukushima Reactor Begins Falling Into The Pacific Ocean And Radiation Soars To The Highest Levels Ever . What appears to be a UFO with a beam of light directed at the Mars Rover. Is this an Alien Drone? Is the Mars Rover being examined and studied, or under . Created with data collected by the Huygens Descent Imager this movie depicts the view from Huygens during the last few hours of its descent onto the surface of .
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SurfaPore ThermoDry general
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SurfaPore ThermoDry general

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Nanotechnology - Sequencing DNA
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Nanotechnology - Sequencing DNA

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This is a video I made for a nanotechnology class back in the spring semester of 2008. I've noticed that that recently, more news is being reported about the technology known as nanosequencing, especially nanopores, so I thought I'd put this out there for anyone who might want to know about it a little more. This is the first video I've posted that wasn't recorded on my phone. I used iMovie and CC photos (for the most part) so please don't expect a michael bay/steven spielberg production.
https://wn.com/Nanotechnology_Sequencing_Dna
DeSalin T general
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DeSalin T general

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SurfaPore C general
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SurfaPore C general

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Clean and Seal Windows with Nanotechnology
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Clean and Seal Windows with Nanotechnology

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MacDiarmid Young Scientist of the Year cleans up with nanotechnology
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MacDiarmid Young Scientist of the Year cleans up with nanotechnology

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New Zealand's top emerging scientist John Watt describes how his reserach could lead to cleaner car emissions.
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SurfaPore R Industrial Application 1
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SurfaPore R Industrial Application 1

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Science Documentary: Augmented Reality, Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence
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Science Documentary: Augmented Reality, Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence

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Science Documentary: Augmented Reality, Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence Wearable computers have made a lot of news recently. With Google glass, Meta's space glass, etc. But the question is, how can we make them cheaper, smaller and increase battery life. Infinity Augmented Reality has been trying to solve that very problem. They have provided the the engine that translates your physical world into your virtual world. Normal cameras are unable to sense the size of objects which they are photographing, so Occipital has created the PrimeSense 3D sensor, which is a structure sensor that gives metric distances to the surfaces of objects. So instead of sensing colors, you sense distances. Uses for the PrimeSense 3D Structure Sensor include, real estate applications, crime scene recontruction, 3D Scanning of people and objects, and augmented reality gaming. The PrimeSense structural sensor displays the differences in distance by displaying different colors. It can also scan a 3D image that can be sent to a 3D printer, or scan an image that can be interacted with in a video game. Large Scale Production of High Quality Nanomaterials As the worlds population grows, the amount of people requiring health care is growing as well. Nanotechnology has promised to provide help in this area. There are many nanomaterials available that have very interesting properties, and these nanomaterials are currently being made in the lab. But since these nanomaterials are so small you need lots of them in order for them to be of any use. Nanomaterials are created using either the top down method or the bottom up method. One way is the chemical vapor deposition method, by which nanomaterials can be produced fairly quickly, you need heat, a carbon precursor, and a metal catalyst. But we need to be able to control the production of nanomaterials or they would be useless. Researchers have been successful in controlling nanomaterials like graphene. Various factors influence the formation of nanomaterials. Graphene and copper is a standard method. Filling carbon nanotubes with magnetic material could be useful in the medical field for drug delivery. And by combining conductive materials with insulating materials, you could create efficient electronics, or sensors, etc. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics In creating artificial intelligence, scientists have found that what they thought would be simple to create is actually quite hard, and what you would think would be hard to create is actually quite simple, since it is easier to replicate a great chess player than a small child. Combining the collective intelligence of humans and machines, or multiplicity is the idea of many people working together with groups of machines to solve problems. Science Documentary: Augmented Reality,Virtual Reality,Wearable Computing https://youtu.be/Xg4pKgXSJho Science Documentary: 3D Printing, 3D Imaging, Ultra Fast Laser Imaging Technology https://youtu.be/2ajmnPEhtJQ Science Documentary: Genetics, Robotics, Quantum Computing, Artificial Intelligence https://youtu.be/C5rEJURKgdM Science Documentary: Graphene , a documentary on nanotechnology and nanomaterials https://youtu.be/IUrqyuw-6Iw Science Documentary: Nanotechnology,Quantum Computers, Cyborg Anthropology a future tech documentary https://youtu.be/sCLnHKl0GT4 Science Documentary:Perfect lenses,smart textiles,biomedical sensors a documentary on nanotechnology https://youtu.be/waRH1o0JOjs
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Chemtrails, Nanotechnology and The Morgellons Connection
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Chemtrails, Nanotechnology and The Morgellons Connection

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Awakening Liberty This week actress and model Vanity Styles joined me to talk about Chemtrails, Mind Control, and her battle with Morgellons. The War on Terra by the ruling class parasites includes biochemical testing and genocidal programs that are harming all of humanity. So many are unaware as to what is going on in our skies and it’s link to widespread outbreaks of what is being labeled as Morgellons. What can those who are suffering from these symptoms do to arrest the condition and cope? Spreading awareness, planting seeds, and waking up the masses is a start. Exposing those who are involved e.g. The Synagogue of Satan and these Wacko Banking Cabals is the next step in eradicating these psychopathic Terror! Listen LIVE to The Awakening Liberty Show with Sean Caron every Saturday and Sunday at 2 PM Pacific Time! http://truthfrequencyradio.com/listen-live/ Become a TFR supporter with this link and 50% of your subscription goes to Awakening Liberty! Help keep TFR 100% Listener Supported http://truthfrequencyradio.com/amember/signup/index/c/ Awakening Liberty Show Website http://www.awakeninglibertyshow.com/ Awakening Liberty Store http://www.awakeninglibertystore.com/
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Biotechnology : Changing lives in Asia-Pacific | Siam Forestry Laboratory, Thailand
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Biotechnology : Changing lives in Asia-Pacific | Siam Forestry Laboratory, Thailand

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Meeting the nutritional needs of a growing world population – one expected to exceed ten billion – by 2050 – and do so through improved, efficient and sustainable food systems, is a major task, yet one which the world must take on. While recent breakthroughs in biotechnologies in the food and agriculture sectors have been impressive, applying them at ground level have been more challenging. Part of the reason is affordability – the vast majority of our food is produced by smallholder farmers, fishers and pastoralists – many of whom are poor and often themselves food insecure. FAO in Asia-Pacific, in collaboration with partners in the public and private sectors, has taken a closer look at various non-GMO biotechnologies and their successes. This video looks at work in the forestry sector and the lives its changing for the better. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
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