24 Hours No Electronics No Technology / That YouTub3 Family

(playful bass music) – Hi guys, welcome back to! – [Family] That YouTub3 Family. – That YouTub3 Family! Today, we’re going to be spending 24 hours in our theater room. Are you guys ready for this challenge? Guys! – Yeah. – Yay. – Okay. What are you doing? Guys, we’re filming. – I’m so excited. – All right, you know what? Change of plans. Change of plans! No electronics. – Sounds good. – Yeah. – Guys, 24 hours. – Whatever

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PocketVision App Review

welcome everyone I’m Ricky from Tech Talk and today I want to do a dedicated app review on a brand new app has actually been released to help people with sight loss and sight impairment that includes myself and the app is called pocket vision so honor has teamed up with RNIB and also the app developer here to create an app that allows you to magnify and capture and then also get text off that captured image read back

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Jacqueline Chen PANEL “Unleashing the Power of Computing and Data at Scale”

– So welcome, I think we have an exciting panel today. At Purdue we like to do things at scale. So today we’re going to talk, our panel is going to discuss compute and data at scale, how can we unleash the power of this technology. I’ll start by introducing briefly our panelists and then we’ll jump in. So we have our distinguished visitor from Sandia national labs, Dr. Jackie Chen. She’s a distinguished member of the technical staff at

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How we teach computers to understand pictures | Fei Fei Li

Let me show you something. (Video) Girl: Okay, that’s a cat sitting in a bed. The boy is petting the elephant. Those are people that are going on an airplane. That’s a big airplane. Fei-Fei Li: This is a three-year-old child describing what she sees in a series of photos. She might still have a lot to learn about this world, but she’s already an expert at one very important task: to make sense of what she sees. Our society

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Kiting for energy | Max ter Horst | TEDxAmsterdam

Translator: Zion Kim Reviewer: Kelwalin Dhanasarnsombut This is our Home. This is Earth. A clock of earth flying through to an infinite and hostile darkness. The darkness where there’s no life, no oxygen, but plenty of radiation. Everyone you love and everything you value is on the small fragile planet with a thin layer of air which protects us from the dangers of the universe. It’s our responsibility to take care of this planet. It’s the only home we’ve got.

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Primitive Technology: Iron prills

Assembling blower A bark fiber string is simply used to drive the impeller in a reciprocating manner Tuyere is put in place 25 cm wide, 25 cm deep pit is dug Lined with mud Mud and grass Building a stack to a height of 25 cm above ground Fire to help dry it Finished furnace Stacking charcoal mound with Eucalyptus wood Sealing top with mud Lighting mound Fire burns back down into the mound against the draft Volatiles exit the

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SCIENCE!: Kite-Surfing in the Stratosphere

>>WHAT WE’RE DOING IS LOOKING AT ESSENTIALLY A TWIST ON THAT. THE CONCEPT HERE INVOLVES TWO SOLAR AIRPLANES WHICH ARE CONNECTED AND THEY USE THE PRINCIPLES OF SAILING TO AVOID USING PROPULSION AND STAY ALOFT.>>WELL HERE WE HAVE THE FIRST AIRPLANE OF THE DUAL AIRCRAFT PLATFORM PROJECT. WE’VE NICKNAMED IT “T1” FOR “TEST ONE”. THIS AIRPLANE WILL EVENTUALLY BECOME THE SAIL OR THE UPPER AIRCRAFT. THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS AIRPLANE AND STOCK AIRPLANE IS THE CONTROLLER SETUP THAT YOU

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How to take a picture of a black hole | Katie Bouman

In the movie “Interstellar,” we get an up-close look at a supermassive black hole. Set against a backdrop of bright gas, the black hole’s massive gravitational pull bends light into a ring. However, this isn’t a real photograph, but a computer graphic rendering — an artistic interpretation of what a black hole might look like. A hundred years ago, Albert Einstein first published his theory of general relativity. In the years since then, scientists have provided a lot of evidence

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Ion Propulsion – The Plane With No Moving Parts

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Skillshare, home to over 20,000 classes that could teach you a new life skill. Last month MIT revealed their ion propelled plane. The product of 7 years of development and the first of its kind. A plane capable of sustained powered flight with no moving parts in it’s propulsion system. Just as the Wright Brothers announced to the world that powered flight was possible, this flight lays down a milestone

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