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Delicious Computing. A lot of computers in our lives are camouflaged – smartphones are more like computers than phones, after all – but ‘invoked computing’ would mean that computers would be everywhere and nowhere at the same time? Find out what ‘invoked computing’ is. The Robot Always Wins….

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Delicious Computing

A lot of computers in our lives are camouflaged – smartphones are more like computers than phones, after all – but ‘invoked computing’ would mean that computers would be everywhere and nowhere at the same time?

Find out what ‘invoked computing’ is...

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The Robot Always Wins…

Researchers in Japan have made a robot arm that always wins at rock, paper and scissors?

Why do you think that the robotalways wins?

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A Formula for Confusion

If you were a formula 1 driver twenty years ago, you only had 1 button on your steering wheel; for controlling the radio. Now, you would have more than 20 buttons.

Make a list of what you think the other buttons might do on the steering wheel

1. Pit lane speed limiter2. Differential +3. Engine push4. Gear upshift5. Traction control +6. Engine push setting switch7. Clutch lever8. Traction control9. Team info inlap10. Burn out11. Multifunctional switch12. Lambda

13. . Diagnostic

14. Wing angle info switch15. Clutch16. Differential selective switch17. Team radio18. Traction control -19. Gear downshift20. Engine break21. Differential -22. Neutral23. Display page change

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A Game Set by Sweat

At the very beginning of a computer game you have to decide how difficult you want the game to be. Imagine if the computer game could detect the level of stress you experience when playing a game and change the difficulty accordingly. Researchers in Texas have achieved this by using heat sensing cameras to detect stress prompting a change in the game difficulty

List other ways that sensors could be used to enhance people’s gaming experiences.

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True or False…

Japan have developed a virtual reality system that makes you see food as though it’s a larger

portion in order to help people with dieting?

True

Using clever computer vision techniques it’s now possible for your ingredients to tell you

how they should be cooked in a kitchen?

True

The Chinese have a developed a 3D printer which is capable of printing edible food (which is

designed on the computer first)?

False

Soon a computer would be able to track your movements by following ripples you make in

electromagnetic waves that exist all around you?

True

Samsung and Researchers at the University of California are developing a compact box

capable of producing smell-o-vision TV?

True