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V.25 No.14 | 04/07/2016

The Daily Word in Real Fake Art, Black Helicopters and Soft Landings

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Tech freaks in the Netherlands created a new Rembrandt painting with a 3D printer. They used "deep learning" algorithms to analyze style and brush stroke depth. God bless them.

SpaceX successfully landed their rocket on an experimental floating ocean drone! But don't expect to ever see me on Mars unless it's just like Astronaut Jones.

So I've been telling people that when they develop super robot eyes with hyper-HD and x-ray vision, I'm gonna pop the old models out of my head and roll them into the gutter. Look at this intensely painful optical illusion and see if you don't agree with me. Ouch. My brain am equal hurt!

Speaking of robot sex; a clever study showed that people will still have emotional reactions to anthropomorphic robots, even if they don't look human. How it worked: A robot tells you to touch its hand, then touch its neck, then its buttocks. Guess what. Touching a strange plastic ass makes people just as uncomfortable as the real thing.

Apparently, FBI and DHS have been flying secret surveillance missions over ABQ since last fall, sometimes spending more than an hour circling areas of the city. At least one of these planes was outfitted with FLIR thermal detection and a type of augmented reality program that overlays street data on top of live video. AP blew the whistle just last year on surveillance planes being deployed all over the country through FBI shell corporations. Boy, do I feel safe and completely comfortable with this information. I hope everyone is reading this.

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The Daily Word in Xbox TV, replicator technology, baby-weilding shoplifters

Happy Snow Day!

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Here's the damage so far of this wintry weather.

Lobo football team ends its season with a 45-0 loss against Boise State. Lobo basketball moves record to 6-2 with a win over Alford's former coaching school Missouri State.

Iranians say they have shot down a US spy drone.

An outing for sports car enthusiasts in Japan leads to one extremely expensive pile-up.

Do you really need to power off all electronic devices during take-off and landing?

Photos + pencil drawings.

Microsoft rolls out new Xbox TV platform that responds to voice and motion commands.

2012 may not be the end of the world after all.

Replicator technology 3-D Printers may soon fix broken bones.

Sheriff from New Mexico's Lea County found dead after apparent suicide.

The joys of being a roommate.

Bollywood star Dev Anand dies at 88.

The Elder Scrolls Adventures re-envisions Skyrim as a 1980's Saturday morning cartoon.

Dude yells "mashed potatoes" at Tiger Woods at 18th hole tee shot.

New website allows you to find your husband, boyfriend or kids' internet porn for a mere $19.95.

Two Florida shoplifting suspects accused of using a baby as a weapon. That's right, a baby.

12 extremely disappointing facts about popular music.

Thanks, Tom Nayder and C-Moss, for the helpful links.