DARPA/CMU Crusher unmanned ground vehicle
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- Re-mastered for high resolution displays 1080p+.
- Enhanced visual engine with improved terrain textures, water, fire and ambient lighting effects.
- New Steamworks features: Achievements, Leaderboards, Matchmaking and Cloud support.
- Share user created content with Steam Workshop support.
An HD version of Age of Empires II ! whoho!
Too bad it will normally only be available via Steam. 😦
More info at:
It would be very cool if they integrated the Forgotten Empires mod version!
This video depicts field testing of the DARPA Legged Squad Support System (LS3). The goal of the LS3 program is to demonstrate that a legged robot can unburden dismounted squad members by carrying their gear, autonomously following them through rugged terrain, and interpreting verbal and visual commands.
To learn more about LS3, please visit http://go.usa.gov/rwQB.
There is something weird going on on YouTube. Every trailer from this movie on YouTube has lots of dislikes. Did some government gathered some troops to click dislike buttons? Even the IMDb score looks suspicious..
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The mobile (cell) phone is a remarkable piece of engineering. But look inside. There’s blood in this machine. There’s blood in this device because your mobile contains tiny electronic circuits, and they couldn’t work without mineral called COLTAN. It’s mined in the eastern Congo. There is blood here, the blood of Congolese who are dying in a terrible conflict.
The West’s demand for Coltan, used in mobile phones and computers, is funding the killings in Congo. Under the close watch of rebel militias, children as young as ten work the mines hunting for this black gold. ‘Blood Coltan’ exposes the web of powerful interests protecting this blood trade. Meet the powerful warlords who enslave local population and the European businessmen who continue importing Coltan, in defiance of the UN.
Year : 2007 / Duration : 52 min / Production : Tac Presse / Director : Patrick Forestier
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