Category: Collaborative Model and Data

Comment on: Trabecular bone organoids, synthesizing earth-like gravity equivalents

Trabecular bone organoids – A micron scale prototype designed to study the effects of microgravity and degeneration – https://www.nature.com/articles/s41526-021-00146-8 Alexandra, I received this note today about your work.  I have been tracking most all the levitation technologies on the Internet for some time. Then I realized that you probably know all this already, except maybe acoustic
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Comment on: What is Clay by Miss Territo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgzW_qRRRLs Taking clay from natural soils requires mixing with water, settling, separation. Or crushing and dry separation, to get the fine enough particles that have the properties you want or need. And usually a degree of experimentation and learning to find the right sizes and properties that give different ultimate results. And some luck and
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Comment on BriTheMathGuy This Sum Amazes Me Every Time – Covid, Internet, Math on the Internet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGcZDq2bmxM I turn off the sound, turn on the captions, set the speed to one quarter, and don’t look at you gesturing. Plenty of time and fewer distractions. Highly recommend using screen videos. Work out your presentation on the computer, record as you go. Explain the steps and move the pieces around yourself in real
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New Video: Counting as Organization, with Objects in Javascript for Wikipedia and the Internet

I am pretty exhausted, I have to ask others for help, rather than figuring it out myself. Counting as Organization, with Objects in Javascript for Wikipedia and the Internet – https://youtu.be/m2-Hd1VNfYE In the video I show some small steps as part of a broad program of changes over the whole Internet, but no way to
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Comment on Welding – semi-robotic, solar system colonization, contract work in vacuum, atomic fuels

https://www.weldingtribe.com/automated-welding Randy, Thanks for the site!! Some good advice here. There are lots of options for making intelligent tools for human welders, rather than completely replacing them with robots. Have you run across this yet? For instance, I came to your site from a search “welding” (“current” OR “amperes”) “sticky” looking for the physics and
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3D Video, Camera accelerometer gyro inertia, depth, all sky, global correlation networks

I am watching many live videos on the Internet.  It is an exploding social phenomena on the Internet.  I am interested in the machine vision, artificial intelligence, image processing, sensor correlation network sides of it as well. Here I am looking at a bridge over a river.  At the moment I happened to start, it
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Comment on Odaiba Tokyo Live Webcam – Standards for live Internet data streams and archives

Dear Reader, I am watching your live webcam at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVmEjdoD2x8 with the title レインボーブリッジと東京タワー 4Kライブカメラ、お台場東京、高層マンションからライブ配信。首都高速台場線、お天気カメラお台場東京。【ちんあなご】Livecamera RainbowBridge I was curious what kind of camera you are using, its lens and horizontal field of view.  There are thousands of live webcams on the Internet now, and no standards for documentation.  I personally think it would be good if
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Counting extensions and file sizes of project folders on GitHub to recommend changes

https://github.com/madnight/githut/issues/48 Over the past several years I have been studying groups on GitHub. Part of the Internet Foundation studies for global communities on the Internet for the past 23 years. Much of the human cost of learning these various projects, for any group size, is dealing with the many and different formats. A mature project
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Using stars for reference and calibration, Global Education needs and opportunities

Mitchell, Thanks for your work on RGB and chromacity of stars. I was looking at these two live videos on YouTube for Maunakea,Hawaii live all sky camera and its associated, and fairly nicely synchronized, star chart Live All Sky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPWz3mDvAuY Star Chart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1xkCMa0uQE I think these would make good teaching aides for astronomy groups world-wide.
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