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    Posted: 29-Jul-2012 at 16:49

Дали имаме ваква тема?

Кој друг ако не.... Јапонија... може за неа и посебна нишка да отвориме...

Како и да е... ако ова го промовираат како комерцијално возило... не верувам дека ќе има успех... и воопшто дали ќе исполни критериуми за да биде вклучено во сообраќај...

А со оглед на тоа дека вклучува и оружја... ова за мене претставува... војник на 21 век... ама прилично скап војник... 1 милион евра како првична цена... 

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  Quote FoSsiL Quote  Post ReplyReply #2 Posted: 29-Jul-2012 at 18:57

Кловер... еве ги тие што ти ги зборев... 

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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #3 Posted: 11-Sep-2012 at 16:00

и толку имаш да кажеш на оваа тема ајде може ќе има појќе постои ако потчитнеш нешто што пак може да потикне и дополнителен интерес [1][2][3]

автоматски и јас на ваква тема би фрлал само клипои бидејќи реално немам многу абер освен дека се користат серво-мотори, хидраулика, електроника и јасно механика, не дека ваквиот абер не може да прејде во хоби, само треба инспирација и тро помош од упатени [1] [2][3] она што изненадува е Микросам кој покрај ">академија сега крена и на институт за композити и роботика


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  Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #4 Posted: 11-Sep-2012 at 19:25


можеби во нишкава треба да се покриваат пред се Софтвери за Автоматизација [1] но со оглед дека поегзотичен муабет е Роботика се додека не излезат ВР направии за автоматизација претпоставувам муабетот овде нема особено да разлиста   

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нејсе



Self-Replicating Repairing Robot - http://www.videobash.com/video_show/self-replicating-repairing-robots-19111

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cybernetics#Etymology

https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Cybernetics

[1] - Automation is a universal law of development - the 22nd Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in 1961.

Cybernetics = Science of Government and the perfectibility of systems. Which was the meaning the French physicist A.M. Ampere intended when he coined the word. 


CYBERNETIC EARLY USES

‘Cybernetics saves the souls, bodies, and material possessions from the gravest dangers.’ — Socrates according to Plato 

‘The future science of government should be called “la cybernetique.”’— André-Marie Ampere, 1843

‘Until recently, there was no existing word for this complex of ideas, and…I felt constrained to invent one....’ — Norbert Wiener


If a true cybernetic approach to problem solving is adopted
 - The planner must first define his goals and criteria for their achievement as clearly and with little ambiguity 
- Modern Cybernetics has attempted to understand how systems describe themselves, control themselves, and organize themselves.

An example of a cybernetic system is the home furnace that responds via thermostatic control to changes in temperature for the purpose of maintaining a reasonably constant temperature in the home.

In Automobiles the Automatic Cruise Control can also be considered as example of Cybernetics.

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  • Explanation of communication = psychology
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  • Modeling of learning = cognitive science
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  • Limits of knowing = epistemology
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  • Hearer makes the meaning = post-modernism
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  • Reality as social construction = constructivism
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  • Reliable methodologies of describing = science
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    Measuring understanding & agreement
    = science of subjectivity
    = second-order cybernetics 

    ‘…communication and control in animal and machine’ — Norbert Wiener

    ‘… the science of observing systems’ — Heinz von Foerster

    ‘… the art of defensible metaphors’ — Gordon Pask

    ‘… the study of the immaterial aspects of systems’ — W. Ross Ashby

    ‘… only practiced in Russia and other under-developed countries --- Marvin Minsky
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    конечно сето воа е хубаво доколку е за една чрна три чрвени [1] ами нали оние кои немаат чуства тераат до три чрвени за една црна ко мамонистички детерминисти закачени нa Cybernetics Group матриксот
     




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      Quote FoSsiL Quote  Post ReplyReply #5 Posted: 11-Sep-2012 at 20:10

    I don't own the threads like u do

    Сфати ти го како шега... или пак дури како комплимент

    Па, не дека не сум заинтересиран за вакви работи... но секако дека не мислам да правам search-ови по вакви ствари... преферирам ненадејни find-ови кои ќе ги сметам за доволно интересни да ги споделам тука... 

    Повеќе ми е како некој интерес, но немам некое стручно знаење...

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      Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #6 Posted: 12-Sep-2012 at 09:00

    не мораш да праиш срчои за да читнеш нешто што ти фаќа око, ако си дудук почни со дудек http://www.cim.mcgill.ca/~dudek/cpmr.html

    јасно ако шупелката ти заарѓала можеш да тераш и со - белетристика [1] - стрипои [2] - ил митологии и филмои [4]

    без гајле и јас бев во ист клопотарец та подалеку од миксер неам гибано, инаку откако зарѓав иако чепкав по нешто од фуснотиве, сепак заглаив на автоматизирана манга ко gits,animatrix,metropolis итн. впрочем преку анимација најлесно се доловува AI преминот од тенеке во свест, а во многу случаи и аналогии ко трансцедентни поенти подобни за нас луѓето ко заслепени материјалисти [1][2][3]
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      Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #7 Posted: 12-Sep-2012 at 09:33

    настрана фантазиве, засега пореална спона меѓу уметност и роботика се cnc машини, катери, плотери и слични помагала, кои наоѓаат примена во изработка дрвенарии, ламарии и стакларии евентуално утре и во прехрамбена индустрија [1][2]

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      Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #8 Posted: 26-Sep-2012 at 15:10


    Finally I can download a car за ефтини пари

    Makerbot "Replicator" - $1,749 ---  Makerbot "Replicator 2" - $2,199 --- Makerbot "Replicator 2X" - $2,799 

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    3D Printing & Rapid Prototyping - http://www.youtube.com/user/ObjetGeometries 

    а што е до принтерите еве неколку различни 3д принтери:
    ZPrinter 310 from ThingLab
    - PolyJet Rapid Prototyping
    3D Dimensional Printed mechanism 

    она што е како продолжена рака на овој систем тоа е скенирањето, кое во случај на надворешни површини врши работа т.е. не може да продре во механизмите, но и тоа не е далеку со имплементација на последните достигнувања на полето на MRI-(магнетна резонанца) и тоа ќе го видиме како опција со во обичните скенери, за сега бар што е до површинското 3д скенирање работите отидоа доста напред сега имаме и рачен 3д скенер...
    ...3D Scanner - Siggraph (на почетокот е репортажата за скенерот, а потака има и за 3д принтерите), д на ова поле работите се движат од микро кон макро па така додека микрото е рачниот 3д скенер (сигурно се работи и на микроскопски варијанти) тука е претставен 3д локациски скенер во случајов употребен за реконструкција на археолошки локалитет
    ...  
    http://build.mk/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=333&PID=13292#13292

    any designer now has the ability to quickly experiment with new product designs using low-cost 3-D printers. These printers can churn out objects to make prototypes quickly — a fork, wall hooks, mugs, a luggage clasp — by printing thousands of layers of wafer-thin slices of plastics, ceramics or other materials. Products can be made quickly in contract assembly plants overseas, usually in China.

    All of this has given designers and engineers a fast-forward button advancing this technological flip-flop.

     “Something that once took three months to make now takes less than a month,” explained Andre Yousefi, co-founder of Lime Lab, a product development firm based in San Francisco that works with start-ups to create hardware products. “With 3-D printers, you can now create almost disposable prototypes,” he said. “You queue it up at night, pick it up in the morning and can throw it away by 11 a.m.”
    ... 
    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/26/technology/silicon-valleys-hardware-renaissance.html?_r=1&


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    The Disruptive Future of 3D Printing - http://bigthink.com/amped/bre-pettis-on-the-disruptive-future-of-3d-printing

    We recently released our latest Deep Dive report which examines the dynamic web of cultural activity that makes up the Hackdesign Content Network. In Hackdesign, the new “maker movement” updates traditional DIY ideas of repair, often through open source technology and craftiness. The results are creative, playful and ultimately useful inventions that take technology and design to new levels of imagination.

    In our report, we suggest that Hackdesign will continue to become more mainstream, and that a sense of play and a desire to remake the world will drive the movement. But of all the trends and themes we see coming out of Hackdesign, perhaps none is more significant in its potential to disrupt traditional industries, economies and the wider culture than 3D Printing.

    What is 3D printing?

    Unless you follow bleeding edge technology or count yourself amongst the DIY enthusiasts creating with the machines, 3D printing may be a foreign term. The process works similarly to traditional printers, with the added dimension of height. Using a computerized 3D model as the source file, layers of a material (typically plastic) are sprayed on top of each other until a full form is created.

    3D printing is not new; it’s been around since the late 1980s in the form of rapid prototyping machines used in the product development process. What is new is the development of affordable 3D printers that have enabled creative minds around the world to run wild with innovative printed objects.

    Over the past few years we’ve seen amateur 3D printing progress from an act of simple creative exploration to its current state of sophistication. Modern uses of 3D printing can be found in a wide range of industries, from architecture to medicine, and a host of concerns have sprung up around issues of copyright infringement and the printing of regulated items like guns.

    Bre Pettis is an innovator in the DIY 3D printing space. Since 2009 his Brooklyn-based company, Makerbot Industries, has built accessible printers [1][2][3] that it hopes will inspire a home 3D printing movement. Makerbot recently launched the Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer, an updated version of their home 3D printer. We caught up with the Wired cover star recently to explore the future of this nascent technology:

    1. 3D Printing is gaining strength, but it's still a fringe activity. Have you seen any uses of the technology that have broken through to the mainstream?

    In the past year, desktop 3D printing has become a part of mainstream prototyping and additive manufacturing processes with leading corporations, organizations and universities around the world. MakerBots are used to make just about anything, including gear sets, model cars and tractors, engines and even vascular skin!

    2. How do you see the 3D printing revolution disrupting industries?

    We are at the edge of a massive transformation in the way that products are designed and produced. Right now, it takes a design team and engineering team to prototype a product and a massive manufacturing infrastructure to bring it to market. With a 3D printer, an individual can design something that they think should exist in the world and make a true to life model that they can hold in their hands in hours. Because the material is affordable, they can iterate as many times as necessary. What used to take months of time and teams of people to create a product can take hours with ownership of a MakerBot. Entrepreneurs, engineers, designers, and creative explorers around the world are now primed to disrupt the basic infrastructure of industrial design and manufacturing. Having a MakerBot gives individuals the power of prototyping and small scale manufacturing in a package that fits on your desktop.

    3. How far can this go? What are the most ambitious projects you have come across recently?

    Some of the most impressive projects are in the medical field.

    Jordan Miller, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, used a MakerBot desktop 3D printer to make vascular skin tissue. His paper was published in the journal Nature Materials

    Seth Horowitz, Assistant Professor in the Department of Ecology at Brown University, uses a desktop 3D printer to make models of a human inner ear.

    Dr. Joseph Giovinco, a foot and ankle surgeon in Atlanta uses a MakerBot desktop 3D printer to make anatomically correct models of his patient’s pre-operative foot and the post-operative foot to save time during surgery. His paper was published in The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery.

    4. Should we be concerned about counterfeiting?  

    No, you should be excited to be on the edge of a new industry that will transform the way we think about things and how they are made.

    3D printing is just one of the many themes in the Hackdesign Content Network that we’re tracking. The “Play to Purpose” ethos of Hackdesign is growing and will to continue to spread throughout culture, as evidenced by the excitement and interest surrounding this year’s massive World Makers Faire (which we’ll be attending this weekend). Also look for commercial and community-based workshops, along with the proliferation of new marketplaces, to fuel the trend and inspire people to take a more active role in creating and upgrading the elements of their world.

    Self assembly 3D printer kits set to revolutionise the home

    The technology behind 3D printing has been in development since the 1980s and it has steadily advanced, becoming increasingly more accurate.

    For a 3D model to take shape, the printer must first build the object, layer by layer. It then ejects liquid resin to harden the ultraviolet rays. Three and a half hours later, the product is complete.

    Lucien Hirschi, from Zedax SA explained the process: “I take these pieces and finish them off. I do this by cleaning them with pressurised water.”

    With this method complex objects can be printed in one go, with no need for assembly. Among the items created are a bicycle chain, adjustable wrench and dentures. The device costs an average of €17,000.

    Engineers hope that soon, every home could have its own 3D printer. The Geneva Engineering School may have come up with an answer, by creating a self assembly printer kit which costs just €800. 

    Daniel Sermondadaz from the Post Tenebras Laboratory said: “It’s true that it’s not easy, it’s not something you’d buy in a shop just like that, you have to be interested and have a basic understanding. Then it’s simply a question of motivation.”

    Different models are available to buy on the internet but be prepared for some serious DIY.

    Paul Bristow at the Post Tenebras Laboratory explained: “You have all the materials so its possible to build it yourself at home. It comes complete with the metal pieces and all the instructions are on the internet with advice and things like that. Then in a few days it done, I hope!

    The kit contain all the electronic components, a microcontroller, and even screws. It should take a minimum of three days to build a professional 3D printer. Then you can let your imagination run wild.

    Daniel Sermondadaz from the Post Tenebras Laboratory said: “If you need to replace any objects, like plastic parts, cups, or containers, you don’t have to panic. You can simply buy the part and fix it yourself. This is the idea we’re trying to push, so we can be little independent manufacturers who make huge batches for the public.”

    The possibilities for 3D printing appear endless. Engineers have promised the future could hold possibilities for printed food, bodies, cars and even musical instruments.

    http://www.euronews.com/2011/08/31/self-assembly-3d-printer-kits-set-to-revolutionise-the-home/

    и јасно следно е манипулација на органски соединенија и троа брзина и ето га СтраТрек-Репликатор беше само прашање на време, ајде репликатор за предмети ама репликатор за храна, вода, органи, ова волку скоро не го очекував, мислам на скоро имајќи предвид колку работи се држат под маса, тепих, а доста и подрум, ова е меѓу првите што ја качуваат на керамиди, само што медиумски премногу не се крева прашина како не би се загреала атмосферата а со што би отпочнала трка и за стар-стрек телепортерите






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      Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #11 Posted: 05-Oct-2012 at 19:20


    дроноиве веќе се нормална појава само што во моментов папагало е најефтин од оние кои можат да се контролираат преку смартфон http://www.parrotshopping.com/uk/p_parrot_home.aspx [1]


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      Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #12 Posted: 12-Oct-2012 at 12:10


    $1,400 for the latest model, which weighs just 350 grams and has a diameter of 42 centimetres - [1]


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      Quote Max Quote  Post ReplyReply #13 Posted: 12-Oct-2012 at 12:21


    Each brick represents a series of apartment blocks - http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2011-12/05/quadrocopters-build-tower

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      Quote +Protagorist Quote  Post ReplyReply #14 Posted: 10-Nov-2013 at 19:21

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      Quote +Protagorist Quote  Post ReplyReply #15 Posted: 15-Jan-2014 at 22:16


    мислам дека словенците се најдалеку околу едукацијата во ова област, иако по цел балкан може да се најде по нешто, па и кај нас, и настрана катедрите на УКИМ ја имаме и академијата на Микросам пост #3 погоре 

    http://www.avtomatika.com/

    http://www.ro.feri.uni-mb.si/izobrazevanje/

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      Quote +Protagorist Quote  Post ReplyReply #16 Posted: 03-Mar-2014 at 15:51

    kaj nas najverojatno dokolku coek go interesira ovaa oblast neka se nafati na biohemija a potem nanorobotika



    NANOTECHNOLOGY Nanorobots and Natures Nanomachines Lecture 18



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    Biomolekularni nanoroboti testirani na žoharima

    04/07/2014

    Znanstvenici su po prvi puta uspješno ugradili DNK nanorobote u živa bića. Istraživači tvrde da bi nanoroboti, u doglednoj budućnosti, mogli nositi kompleksne programe, koji bi dijagnosticirali i tretirali razne bolesti.

    Ovi sićušni ”super-junaci” zvani i origami roboti (zbog mogućnosti presavijanja radi nošenja lijekova) za sobom ostavljaju fluorescentni trag, omogućavajući istraživačima uvid u njihove kretnje i radnje u tijelu žohara. Nevjerojatna preciznost dostave i kontrole nanorobota je ekvivalentna kompjuterskom sistemu.

    Origami roboti komuniciraju međusobno i sposobni su izvoditi jednostavne logičke operacije, kao npr. otpuštanje uskladištene molekule na naredbu. Ovo sve je rezultat dugog istraživanja DNK, uzimajući u obzir da skladištenje veće količine informacija u DNK i DNK roboti nisu ništa novo.

    Njihov rad se bazira na iskorištavanju vezivnog svojstva DNK. Kada DNK dođe u dodir s određenom vrstom proteina, rasplete se u dvije niti. Razvijajući specifične nizove DNK, može se postići da se niti raspletu kada dođu u kontakt sa specifičnim molekulama – na primjer onima na bolesnoj stanici. Kada se DNK rasplete, otpušta lijek koji je bio ‘zamotan’ u DNK. Ovo je prvi put da je biološka terapija funkcionirala na isti način kao i računalni procesor, rekao je sudionik u istraživanju Ido Bachelet, s Instituta za nanotehnologiju i napredne materijale Sveučilišta Bar Ilan .

    Metoda bi bila idealna za ciljano liječenje tumora, gdje se traži izrazita preciznost kako bi se toksični lijekovi otpustili samo u stanicama raka. Na taj način bi se izbjegle negativne nuspojave kemoterapije. Nanoroboti se trenutno ne mogu ugrađivati u sisavce, zbog njihovog imunološkog sustava koji je u stanju prepoznati, neutralizirati, uništiti i na kraju odstraniti strane tvari, ali vjeruje se da ih je moguće modificirati. Tako da bi preliminarna testiranja na ljudima mogla početi već unutar pet godina.   www.eznanost.com/tehnologija/biomolekularni-nanoroboti-testirani-na-zoharima/
           
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    CLIP is the first 3-D printing process that uses tunable photochemistry instead of a layer-by-layer approach. CLIP also allows previously unachievable geometries and creates ready-to-use products 25 to 100 times faster than other 3-D printing methods.

    Photopolymerization Approach Speeds 3-D Printing 


    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A new approach to 3-D printing uses photopolymerization to create useful objects like stents in minutes rather than hours.

    Continuous liquid interface production (CLIP) works by projecting UV light through an oxygen-permeable window into a liquid resin. Light and oxygen control solidification of the resin, producing objects tens of centimeters in size and with feature resolution <100 μm.

    “By rethinking the whole approach to 3-D printing, and the chemistry and physics behind the process, we have developed a new technology that can create parts radically faster than traditional technologies by essentially ‘growing’ them in a pool of liquid,” said Dr. Joseph DeSimone, a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University.

    DeSimone is also CEO of the startup Carbon3D Inc., which is developing the technology through a sponsored research agreement with UNC.

    CLIP is the first 3-D printing process that uses tunable photochemistry instead of a layer-by-layer approach. CLIP also allows previously unachievable geometries and creates ready-to-use products 25 to 100 times faster than other 3-D printing methods.

     

    A diagram of the continuous liquid interface production (CLIP) process. Courtesy of Carbon3D Inc.

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    Compatible with elastomers, silicones, nylon-like materials, ceramics and biodegradable materials, CLIP may be useful for fashioning devices for use in health care and medicine, as well as in the automotive and aviation industries.

    “In addition to using new materials, CLIP can allow us to make stronger objects with unique geometries that other techniques cannot achieve, such as cardiac stents personally tailored to meet the needs of a specific patient,” DeSimone said. “Since CLIP facilitates 3-D polymeric object fabrication in a matter of minutes instead of hours or days, it would not be impossible within coming years to enable personalized coronary stents, dental implants or prosthetics to be 3-D printed on demand in a medical setting.”

    The research was published in Science (doi: 10.1126/science.aaa2397).

    For more information, visit www.unc.edu.

    http://www.photonics.com/Article.aspx?PID=5&VID=125&IID=821&Tag=Tech+Pulse&AID=57295



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    19.07.2014 - http://staubinc.com/flexible-color-arrives-staub-additive/

    но успат ова принтов терсене работа [1][2][3]

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    2016 a breakout year for 3D printing - http://fortune.com/2015/12/31/5-things-to-watch-3d-printing-2016/

    8 Hot 3D Printing Trends To Watch In 2016 - http://www.solopointsolutions.com/2016/02/09/8-hot-3d-printing-trends-to-watch-in-2016-2/


    9 New 3D Printing Materials to Watch - http://www.designnews.com/author.asp?section_id=1392&doc_id=279613

    по овој аршин бар индиректно преку дизајнот на фронт [1] јапонците веќе од поодамна принтаат



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