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Spider-Man Soldiers? New Climbing Gear Inspired By Geckos

June 11, 2014
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Researchers with a grant from DARPA decided there was a fundamental flaw in how others tried to replicate a gecko's climbing ability. Video provided by Newsy

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CES 2015: Intel's Spider Dress Keeps People Out Of Your Personal Space

CES 2015: Intel's Spider Dress Keeps People Out Of Your Personal Space

Popular Science (Jan. 8, 2015) — Intel wants to ensure that your personal space stays just that: personal. Designer Anouk Wipprecht has created the Spider Dress, a 3-D printed ensemble with robotic spider legs surrounding the collar. The dress, powered by Intel Edison, is equipped with proximity sensors and biometric signals that “measure” your stress levels, inferring when someone gets a little too close for comfort. In response, the dress’s legs shoot forward in a “territorial attack.” Video provided by Popular Science
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College Student Creates 'Spider-Man' Technology

College Student Creates 'Spider-Man' Technology

Buzz60 (June 12, 2012) — The Air Force put a challenge out to American college students to see who could come up with the best design to help soldiers climb a 90-foot wall. Engineering students at Utah State University answered the call and won the design contest with a pack that uses vacuum suction to stick to the wall, allowing for scaling like Spider-Man. Patrick Jones reports.
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Chameleon Camouflage to Give Tanks Cloaking Capabilities

Chameleon Camouflage to Give Tanks Cloaking Capabilities

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Oct. 22, 2014) — Inspired by the way a chameleon changes its colour to disguise itself; scientists in Poland want to replace traditional camouflage paint with thousands of electrochromic plates that will continuously change colour to blend with its surroundings. The first PL-01 concept tank prototype will be tested within a few years, with scientists predicting that a similar technology could even be woven into the fabric of a soldiers' clothing making them virtually invisible to the naked eye. Matthew Stock reports. Video provided by Reuters
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The Old, Boring New York City Subway Goes Digital

The Old, Boring New York City Subway Goes Digital

TheStreet (Apr. 21, 2014) — Look up from the Apple iPhone 5 during the morning commute and start basking in the surrounding environment. CEO of Belus Capital Advisors, Brian Sozzi says you should notice something different. The subway is finally climbing out of 1950 by weaving in the technology that is being used above ground by businesses and households. Clearly, Apple, Google, and even Cisco should be licking their chops at the prospect of partaking in the subway tech revolution that has commenced. Sozzi shares the coolest things happening underground right now. Video provided by TheStreet
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