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“ELECTOME” PROJECT CHARTS THE NATIONAL CONVERSATION IN UNIQUE DETAIL

The Social Dilemma of Autonomous Vehicles

THE CHALLENGES OF AUTONOMOUS
VEHICLES MAKING MORAL DECISIONS

Cilllia

3D PRINTED MICRO-PILLAR STRUCTURES FOR SURFACE TEXTURE, ACTUATION, AND SENSING

Reading through closed books

Ramesh Raskar awarded the 2016 Lemelson-MIT Prize

DuoSkin

FUNCTIONAL, STYLISH ON-SKIN USER INTERFACES

Seymour Papert

1928–2016

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      LabCAST 84: Reading Through Closed Books

      Spatial resolution, spectral contrast, and occlusion are three major bottlenecks in current imaging technologies for non-invasive inspection of complex samples such as closed books. We empower the time-of-flight capabilities of conventional THz time domain spectroscopy and combine it with its spectral capabilities to computationally overcome these bottlenecks. Our study reports successful unsupervised content extraction through a densely layered structure similar to that of a closed book.

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