Researchers send 'wireless' message using neutrinos
A group of scientists led by researchers from the University of Rochester and North Carolina State University have proved that it would be possible to communicate between any two places on Earth without using satellites or cables.Researchers from these universitys for the first time sent a message using a beam of neutrinos – nearly massless particles that travel at almost the speed of light
Movie clips into Comic strips Automatically
A team of researchers from Hefei University of Technology, China lead by professor Meng Wang has designed a program that can automatically transform movie scenes into comic strips, without the need for any human intervention.The new cartoonization process involves several steps, including an automatic script-face mapping algorithm that identifies the speaking character in scenes with multiple characters, automatic generation of comic panels of different sizes, positioning word balloons, and rendering movie frames in a cartoon style.So far software attain 85 percent accuracy and researchers are now trying to improve it.
Can Sunlight transform to Laser Light??
A team of researchers from the Scientific and Production Association in Uzbekistan have succeeded transforming sunlight into laser light. Laser device that concentrates light by using a small parabolic mirror 1 meter in diameter and that has the focal spot of about 2 to 3 centimeters in diameter.About efficency they said it's 35 percent which is higher as compare to less than Two percent in Earlier Innovations.
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A 3D printer, developed at the Vienna University of Technology in Austria can print nanometer-scale objects at record speed for the technique it uses. For Example A reproduction of St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna about 50,000 nanometers, or half the width of a human hair can be printed by this3-D printer.The printer is the fastest yet that uses this technique, called two-photon lithography.We can take prints at 16 feets in one second for the first time.
India ready for 4G by 2012
Experts suggest that India will move to fourth generation networks by the end of next year.“With mass adoption, lowest cost per bit, highest capacity, best user experience and a true global standard, the world is stepping into 4G expecting 380 million LTE subscribers and 80 plus LTE networks by 2015” said Sujit Bakre, Nokia Siemens Networks head of 4G business development..