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The basic concept of 3D-printed food isn’t so novel — a variety of creators are working in the space to make faux meat, ice cream, and even fruit. However, Open Meals is employing some unique technology that allows it to customize food down to mere millimeters. Where most food printers produce layers of pureed ingredients, Open Meals uses a water-based creation system that adds flavors, nutrients, and colors as the “cube” is assembled. … [Read more...] about Open Meals is teleporting 3D-printed sushi to the ends of the earth
Ryan Waniata, DT’s A/V and Entertainment section editor, also came by our Portland studio to talk about Laika Studios‘ latest stop-motion animal film, Missing Link, and how the company’s use of replacement animation and 3D-printed faces makes for more realistic and expressive movies. … [Read more...] about Digital Trends Live: Tesla Model Y, The Missing Link, and good digital hygiene
“To link mouse vocalizations to specific actions, we needed multiple technological advances,” University of Delaware neuroscientist Joshua Neunuebel told Digital Trends. “First, we needed to be able to assign specific vocalizations to individual mice that were socially interacting. To do this, we developed a sound source localization system that simultaneously recorded mouse ultrasonic vocalizations on eight different microphones, as well as the position of the mice with a video camera.” … [Read more...] about A.I. translation tool sheds light on the secret language of mice