Al-Jazari was a 13th century Arab scholar and technical wizard who had a passion for tinkering with “robotics”.

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Meet Jack Ip, a level artist in the video game industry. After contemplating careers as a chef or an entomologist (bugs are pretty cool), he finally decided to make a living creating something he loves, video games.

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“My friends and I were bored one day during Christmas Break and decided to make a quick movie. We shot this in 30 minutes and only used eight minutes of tape. I then proceeded to spend three and a half weeks putting in the visuals for the film."

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Avatar iscurrently one of the most popular films in the world and it’s easy to see why: the 3D film’s depiction of the 10 foot-tall blue aliens, the Na’vi, and their exotichome world of Pandora, looks real.

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Parrot is a French company that specializes in BlueTooth technology. They’ve recently unveiled an awesome new product called the AR.Drone. It’s the world's first quadricopter to use augmented reality (AR).

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Video games have traditionally been reliant on manual input, whether through a joystick, keyboard, or Wii remote. That meant your brain had to deal with a middleman - your hands. The Project Epoc headset skips that step and reads your brain directly.

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Scientists are now developing something called “metamaterials”, which one day could also make things seem to disappear. It’s all based on knowing how to trick our eyes.

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Marco Tempest is a techno-illusionist....a magician who integrates video, computer graphics and other innovative technologies in his performances.

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One reason that hearing loss has become such an issue lately is because some MP3 players have the volume capacity to reach over 100 decibels.

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