Naturhistorisches Museum Wien: Experiment Leben - die Gabonionta

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology In the future, computers and humans will cooperate more seamlessly. May it be by easier access to data or by the intuitive control of programs and robots. At the CeBIT, latest innovations in this area will be presented by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and the FZI Research Center for Information Technology (hall 9, stand D13). The exhibits range from gesture-controlled communication to firewalls to data management to computer-supported surgery. Writing without Keyboard: Handwriting Recognition Based on the Hand's Movement Writing into the air instead of typing text messages on the mobile phone via the tiny keyboard? This may be done using a sensor wristband, which records hand movements. A computer system translates them into texts. The novel airwriting system of KIT uses gestures as inputs and is suited in particular for mobile communication devices and so-called wearable computing applications. The airwriting system made in Karlsruhe may be applied in future mixe

ALMA entdeckt rätselhaften Gasklumpen in der Trümmerscheibe um den jungen Stern Beta Pictoris - kollidierende Kometen oder Zusammenstoß zweier marsgroßer Körper?

Basierend auf Beobachtungen mit dem Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) im Norden Chiles haben Astronomen heute die Entdeckung eines unerwarteten Klumpens aus Kohlenstoffmonoxid-Gas ...

Thu 6 Mar 14 from AlphaGalileo

Computer Reads Text Written Into The Air

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology In the future, computers and humans will cooperate more seamlessly. May it be by easier access to data or by the intuitive control of programs and robots. ...

Wed 5 Mar 14 from RedOrbit

Computer reads text written in the air and other innovations

In the future, computers and humans will cooperate more seamlessly: perhaps by easier access to data or by the intuitive control of programs and robots. Conference exhibits along this line include ...

Wed 5 Mar 14 from ScienceDaily

CeBIT: Computer liest Text aus der Luft

Computer und Mensch werden in Zukunft nahtloser zusammenarbeiten. Sei es durch einfacheren Zugriff auf Daten oder durch die intuitive Steuerung von Programmen und Robotern. Die neusten Innovationen ...

Wed 5 Mar 14 from AlphaGalileo

Weibliche Promiskuität beschleunigt Evolution

Tue 4 Mar 14 from AlphaGalileo

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