Diffusion Science radio: Koalas, robots, and brains

Koalas, robots, and brains


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Cheap flexible solar cells, Randomness chips, and the breaking 2014 Nobel prize for Physics by Ian Woolf,
From the Sydney Mini Maker Faire:
Elwin tracks Koalas online,
Gavin has built a robot coffee table,
Alex has built an outdoor autonomous robot.
3 Minute Thesis: Beeps, Burps, and Brains by Shu Yow.
Checked by Charles Willock,
Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf

2014-08-16 11.22.24
Elwin tracking koalas online

2014-08-16 14.44.44
Gavin's robot coffee table

2014-08-16 15.15.09
Alex's fully atonomous outdoor robot


2013-10-18 12.08.59
Shu Yow

LX Group
Track Koalas
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October 6, 2014

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