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3D book scanner blows through tomes at 250 pages per minute

With help from the University of Tokyo, Dai Nippon has created a book scanner that can plow through texts at up to 250 pages each minute. A mechanism flips through pages at lightning speeds while a pair of cameras overhead snap detailed images of each sheet as it flies by.

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Targeted at users with no piloting experience, Lehmann Aviation's LA100 is a fully automatic UAV designed specifically to carry a GoPro Hero3 camera.

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Le robot Social Drink Machine a fait fureur lors de la conférence HowToWeb à Bucarest. Vous commandez votre cocktail via une app Facebook et le robot vous le prépare et le sert dans un verre.

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Real-life Pixar lamp interacts with humans and is totally adorable

Every now and then, we stumble across a robotics project that just makes our hearts melt. Shanshan Zhou, Adam Ben-Dror, and Joss Doggett used Processing, Arduino, and OpenCV to create Pinokio, a robotic lamp that calls to mind Pixar's bouncing mascot

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The Good Night Lamp is an internet-enabled desk lamp that synchronizes with the similar lamps of distance loved ones, shedding light on their comings and goings.

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Un étudiant chinois et une équipe de chez Sony ont imaginé une imprimante assez spéciale : qui permet d’imprimer une odeur sur une petite carte.

Portabee: A $500 3D printer you can finally afford

Here’s a basic reality about consumer 3D printing right now: It’s still too expensive. Consider the recently launched Replicator 2, a well-designed device with an eye-popping $200o price tag. If there’s a reason why consumer 3D printing hasn’t exploded yet, price is certainly it. Here, then, is a solution: The Portabee, a $500 3D printer that aims to go where no other 3D printer has gone before: The realm of affordability.

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Instagram Projector

Sous la forme d’un projet de financement Kickstarter, le designer Benjamin Redford a imaginé Projecteo un mini projecteur qui utilise du 35mm afin de permettre de choisir et de projeter ses photos Instagram. Une idée originale et très réussie bientôt en production.

Two MIT students recently developed the PopFab, a machine that does 3D printing, milling, vinyl cutting, and drawing, all while fitting inside a small suitcase.

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