This article is posted with the faithful permission of headset.co.uk, that is the original site. please get permission from that website before reposting this editorial. A couplant is a material that serves as a medium for the transmission of sound waves. Usually, couplant gel is a form of water-based substance, or a paste composed of … Continue reading What Is a Couplant?
Google has officially announced that it has acquired seven robotics companies in the last six months, with the ultimate aim of creating a Google robot. As far-fetched as it might sound, the firm’s takeover of companies like ‘Bot & Dolly’, ‘Industrial Perception’, ‘Autofuss’ and ‘Redwood Robotics’ is a clear sign that Google has big plans … Continue reading Google Robots in the Pipeline (No, Really)
One of the first things of any practical application I learned as a child was how to put film in a camera. This is hardly unusual for somebody of my generation (I’m 25 now) but it is highly unusual for anyone of the current crop of whipper-snappers about to come into their own. The digital … Continue reading Say “CHEESE!” Digital Camera and etc…
In which our hero (namely me) compares and contrasts three big-selling adventure games and reports to you, the consumer, which one he likes the best. 1) Assassin’s Creed – Released by Ubisoft in 2007, Creed’s major selling points are twofold; firstly, it has a long and absorbing storyline for players to engage with. A … Continue reading What ps3 games are free roam
When Francis Bacon wrote, “books must follow sciences, and not sciences books” it was 1657 and movies had yet to be invented, but I think, after reading the above quote, we can be fairly certain what his attitude would’ve been to the cinema…Well, here in the 21st century movies certainly do follow science, but sometimes … Continue reading The Gadget with a Thousand Uses: How Science Fiction has Become Science Fact