Just in case you didn’t see this Insane Daredevel stunt the other night on The Discovery Channel. Watch as Daredevil Nik Wallenda tightropes from the top of the Marina City West Skycrapper to the Leo Burnett Building which is on the other side of the river. Keep in mind here too that the Leo Burnett Building is a lot taller than the Marina City tower. This means that Nik Wallenda will be tightroping up 100 feet while crossing, adding to this incredible challenge. And to finish it off, he decides to come back blindfolded!
Mobileye came in Large on the New York Stock Exchange on friday morning opening up at $36 a share. Mobileye opened $11 dollars higher than it’s original calculated share price of $25. They reached a high of 39.40. The end of day closing price was $37.00.
Mobileye for most that don’t know is an advanced technology company that develops vision-based Advanced Driver Assistance Systems for automobiles etc. This technology offers advanced Visual and auditory warnings of impending collisions.
I have attached three videos here:
(1) The 1st video describes in more detail about who Mobileye is, and what they actually do.
(2) The 2nd is a video of a 2014 Tesla model S equipped with the Mobileye collision aviodance system.
(3) The 3rd video is what bloomberg had to say about Mobileye’s IPO opening on friday.
The world’s largest underground trampoline has been unveiled. The tampoline is located in a cave in Blaenau Ffestiniog, North Wales. The unused cavern was once used as a slate mine but has been transformed by installing three giant trampolines. Why couldn’t they have cool things like this when I was a kid. Who am I kidding, I would be loving it now.
Newcastle University did a study analyzing how mantises see in three dimensions. This could give us clues about how 3D vision evolved and lead to novel approaches in implementing 3D recognition and depth perception in computer vision and robotics of the future.
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