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(PhysOrg.com) -- To hear Stanford Professor Pat Hanrahan tell it, computer simulation of human behavior and appearance could someday become so life-like that a trip to the mall will be replaced by trying clothes on a virtual 3-D model of yourself.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Shanghai, the most populated city in China, is sinking at an average rate of 2-4 cm per year. Although that may not sound like much, the downward shift can cause the collapse of buildings and underground tunnels, endangering lives and costing money. Recently, the National Natural Science Foundation of China has granted funding of about ¥500,000 (about $80,000) to a Nottingham University researcher to develop a computer program to identify which buildings and other structures are moving the most and are at greatest risk of collapse.
Leveraging palm vein authentication technology to deliver security
'I have seen the future, and it's in your ear'
Software giant looks to future of user interfaces
Researchers develop a mathematical model that could help us make sense of how conflicts get messy.
A startup lets customers run the latest software on a remote server.
Study examines institutional investment in high-performance computing
Durante los días 18 y 19 de enero tuvo lugar este encuentro en las instalaciones del ITI dentro la Ciudad Politécnica de la Innovación
Reversible logic could cut the energy wasted by computers to zero. But significant challenges lie ahead.
This story originally appeared on the Texas Science Web site.
A new program analyzes iPhone apps and finds the ones that are grabbing your data.
A device just six millimeters thick can project images onto nearby surfaces.
Tomax integrates U are U fingerprint biometrics from DigitalPersona into their Retail software solutions