Tag Archives: Gordon Cheng

Meet the Mask-bot

it’s more than just a pretty face… At first glance it’s a generic plastic mask fixed in front of a projector. Switch it on and you’re looking at the most realistic ¨talking head¨ yet. Researchers from the Institute of Cognitive … Continue reading

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As the largest organ of the human body, our skin provides us with loads of valuable data Hot. Sharp. Rough. Wet. Our skin is capable of giving us this type of information about the objects and environment around us. As … Continue reading

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