8 Replies to “Short Videos from the Intro TES Class”

  1. https://www.cnet.com/news/scary-slaughterbots-video-shows-danger-of-ai-powered-drone-weapons/
    – Smart weapons smart enough to turn on their attackers? Sounds like a baker’s dozen of cheesy sci-fi movies. Yet that situation becomes a greater reality everyday according to many science and technology buffs.
    – Vibrations and record players don’t exactly mix. *record scratch* say what? Exactly. That record scratch comes from major vibrations. Speakers use magnets to create vibrations which mean they wouldn’t mix well with record turntables right? *record scratch* wrong. One man has overcome the odds to create an all-in-one bluetooth speaker turntable.
    – Connor Reynolds –

  2. https://www.medgadget.com/2017/11/abderma-high-absorbency-retention-material-wound-applications.html
    This is a material that they’re developing in the medical field that can absorb a lot. It can be very useful in treating certain types of wounds.
    This is some really neat artwork inspired by music. My favorite pieces are the ones that play with mirrors.
    Cassandra Clift

  3. https://www.cnet.com/news/motion-capture-tech-physical-therapy-postoperative-film-telemedicine/#ftag=CAD590a51e
    – Telemedicine coming to the homes of postoperative patients helping them do their workouts and recording progress for their physical therapists. Virtual simulations can help provide training and guidance when the physical alternative isn’t available.
    – Bitcoin is reaching all time highs! Currently at 9k, could we see it reach 10k at year’s end? Only time will tell what will befall this highly volatile cryptocurrency.
    – Connor Reynolds –

  4. https://www.macrumors.com/2017/11/23/modmyi-macciti-cydia-repos-shut-down/

    Interesting to see how iOS has now caught up with users needs, something that Android once alone claimed to meet. It is also interesting to note how features that became popular via jailbreaking are now standard.


    VR is something that has come to prominence since, at least is feels like, the rise of Pokemon Go. This report analyzes how it has grown and what is being done with VR.


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