Random Numbers Can Now Be Generated at Record Speed, All Using Quantum Fluctuations
by MIKE MCRAE | Science Alert
Pick a card, any card. Like a devious magician, the Universe already knows your selection as the laws of physics guide everything from your neurological wiring to the contractions of your hand's muscles.
But, if asked to pick a particle from an empty patch of space, you might have a chance of fooling the Universe. Because there you'll find a form of randomness like no other, one engineers have learned to tap into in their search for the truly unpredictable.
Thanks to innovations developed by researchers from institutions in Belgium, Denmark, and Italy, we can run this search in record time, plucking 100 gigabits worth of data out of literal nothingness every second.
Advantages of Blockchain Technology in the Water Marketplace: How to Manage Efficiently
by Micah Abiodun | Cryptopolitan
Blockchain technology has received a lot of interest in recent years as a mechanism for constructing decentralized marketplaces. One potential application for this technology is in water resource management and distribution, where blockchain can build a decentralized water marketplace. In this post, we’ll look at how blockchain can be utilized to build such a marketplace and its benefits.
Dentists Can Tell If You’ve Brushed Your Teeth Using AR
by Bobby Carlton | VR Scout
Dental professionals can use 3D stereoscopic imaging and AR to make sure you’re brushing your teeth every day.
The company NuEyes has been a big player in the augmented reality industry with their 5G-enabled AR glasses, designed to provide users with an incredible visual representation of virtual data used for enterprise, medical, and gaming.
Up next for the company is a revolutionary new headset called NuLoupes, a device that updates the traditional loupes headset that you’ve seen every single time you’ve been to the dentist, and will change the medical and dental industry moving forward.
🌙 NASA - Best Photo from Last Week
Hubble Peers at Celestial Cloudscape
Industrial-size robots built by high school teams compete against each other in a game at Rocket City Regional, Alabama’s annual FIRST Robotics Competition, in this March 16, 2018, image. At this year's competition, more than 1,000 high school students on 50 teams from 15 states, Mexico, and Brazil will compete.
NASA and its Robotics Alliance Project provide grants for high school teams and support for FIRST Robotics Competition to address the critical national shortage of students pursuing STEM careers. This FIRST Robotics Competition is supported by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and NASA’s Office of STEM Engagement.
Credit: NASA/Fred Deaton
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