General Dynamics Completes Comprehensive Risk Reduction Program for Knifefish Unmanned Undersea Vehicle
In the basement of Madrid's Reina Sofia museum, a giant robotic machine painstakingly scans a painting by Catalan surrealist artist Joan Miro, slowly snapping hundreds of microscopic shots.
The pictures taken by the machine, which uses infrared and ultraviolet photography, will help experts determine the condition of the 1974 oil on canvas painting called "Women, Bird in the Night" in unprecedented detail.
The device lets restorers see cracks, scratches and creases as well underlying preparatory sketches and all subsequent touch-ups that would be otherwise undetectable.
Robotics Fans And Extreme Play Seekers, Mark Your Calendars! LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 Hits Shelves On September 1st
3DFabTech Announces Development of a Brief-Case 3D Replicator/Copier to Serve Mass-Customization Applications
PI Releases High Power Piezo Amplifier to Drive Adaptive Structures, Fast Tool Servos, Vibration Cancellation Systems - Model E-482
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