Diffusion Science radio: Robots and Voxels at CeBIT

Robots and Voxels at CeBIT


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New Zealand launches a 3D-printed rocket by Ian Woolf,
Claude Sammut from UNSW talks about robots at CeBIT,
Todd the T1000 by Jonathan Coulton,
Gavin Smith from Voxon Photonics talks about 3D displays at CeBIT.
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf
Rynos Theme by Kevin MacLeod

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Professor Claude Sammut from UNSW

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Gavin Smith with Voxon Photonics 3D display


Robotics and Autonomous Systems UNSW

Voxon Photonics


Rocket Lab successfully makes it to space (www.RocketLabUSA.com)
Rocket Lab launches first rocket into space from New Zealand site — will Australia follow?
New Zealand launches into space race with 3D-printed rocket
A 3D printed, carbon fiber rocket flew for the first time in New Zealand
Rocket Lab: Carbon Fiber Rockets Powered by 3D Printing
Rocket Lab to build world's first private satellite launch pad for 3D printed rockets in New Zealand

Jonathan Coulton


June 5, 2017

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