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A London firm says its new “mind-control” technology could enable disabled people to more easily interact with computers.
The London-Oxford-Cambridge life sciences sector aims to establish itself as a world-leading cluster following the launch of a new medical research and translation initiative.
Technology used by computer games enthusiasts is being employed in a project to digitise laminate lay-up processes in aerospace composites manufacturing.
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Computer scientists have developed a mapping algorithm that creates detailed 3D maps of indoor and outdoor environments in real time.
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The UK’s biggest national engineering prize has been awarded to a small Cambridge firm whose software is now used by the world’s largest technology companies.
Researchers have incorporated Microsoft’s Kinect system into an electronic interface that can remotely control cockroaches, a development that could lead to the mapping of collapsed buildings.
Researchers have developed a method for tracking the locations of multiple individuals in complex, indoor settings using a network of video cameras.