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faitherinhicks:

phobs-heh:

isthistakenalready:

Aoi Honoo is Too Real

Me at job. 

my editor sent me this and was like “it’s you!”

… yes. :F

After being the idiot who drew the same panel of an entire med-bay *twice* for today’s update, I know that feel, bro.

centuriesofdust:

Still playing catch up and trying to get a double post or two to make up for last week. But  my back has mostly stopped hurting and at the very least we’re back on a MWF schedule.

centuriesofdust:

Still playing catch up and trying to get a double post or two to make up for last week. But  my back has mostly stopped hurting and at the very least we’re back on a MWF schedule.

vinhluanluu:

#wip on a Sunday.

vinhluanluu:

#wip on a Sunday.

Also what happens when you find a stranger in the alps.

(Source: michaelpitted)

vinhluanluu:

It just got real @skylinesector5 ! New cards! #branding

vinhluanluu:

It just got real @skylinesector5 ! New cards! #branding

hcfm:

jakeekiss:

kissmyasajj:

You have no idea how much I love this film.

I sell couch insurance. Mm-hmm, and I - and I test-market positive thinking. I lead a weekend men’s group, we specialize in ritual killings. Yeah, you look great!

This union of yours, will there be meetings?

OF COURSE! :)

(Source: mattyberninger)

laughingsquid:

A Video Essay Exploring Japanese Director and Animator Satoshi Kon’s Unique Style of Editing

kissmyasajj:

You have no idea how much I love this film.

I sell couch insurance. Mm-hmm, and I - and I test-market positive thinking. I lead a weekend men’s group, we specialize in ritual killings. Yeah, you look great!

(Source: mattyberninger)

centuriesofdust:

Sorry about irregular post times this week. Baltimore Comic Con left me with a strained back and thus working at the computer has been something of a painful adventure this week.Thankfully, I’m on the mend and getting back on schedule. Two more updates coming your way on or before Sunday.

centuriesofdust:

Sorry about irregular post times this week. Baltimore Comic Con left me with a strained back and thus working at the computer has been something of a painful adventure this week.Thankfully, I’m on the mend and getting back on schedule. Two more updates coming your way on or before Sunday.

Sep 9
futurescope:


Enter the first cyborg-type robot - ISO Feature about Cyberdyne and the exoskeleton HAL
ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, has a neat feature about Cyberdyne, their exoskeleton HAL & ISO 13482, the first standard on safety requirements for personal care robots. Worth a read.

What if cyborgs were real? Partly robot, partly man, functioning as one. No, we are not talking science fiction anymore. The first one is here and his name is HAL.
Do you know someone in a wheelchair? What if I tell you there is a way that this person can walk again? That all it takes is a robot suit that reads your mind. What if you too could wear this exoskeleton to gain the strength of a Hulk or a Superman and help people? Would you believe me if I said all this was possible? Japanese robotics company CYBERDYNE has created one such exoskeleton, that is, a device designed to be worn by a human. This Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) can detect and reproduce the wearer’s intention to move by reading signals from the brain. According to CYBERDYNE’s CEO, Dr. Yoshiyuki Sankai, HAL is unique in that there is no other technology of its kind to compare with. “Our aim was to treat, improve, support and enhance human physical functions,” he tells me. Well, HAL does just that.

[read more] [Cyberdyne] [picture via wikimedia]


I know it’s just clever marketing, but a company named Cyberdyne making a robot prosthetic named HAL should be like, the reddest of all red flags.Sweet robo-legs though.

futurescope:

Enter the first cyborg-type robot - ISO Feature about Cyberdyne and the exoskeleton HAL

ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, has a neat feature about Cyberdyne, their exoskeleton HAL & ISO 13482, the first standard on safety requirements for personal care robots. Worth a read.

What if cyborgs were real? Partly robot, partly man, functioning as one. No, we are not talking science fiction anymore. The first one is here and his name is HAL.

Do you know someone in a wheelchair? What if I tell you there is a way that this person can walk again? That all it takes is a robot suit that reads your mind. What if you too could wear this exoskeleton to gain the strength of a Hulk or a Superman and help people? Would you believe me if I said all this was possible? Japanese robotics company CYBERDYNE has created one such exoskeleton, that is, a device designed to be worn by a human. This Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) can detect and reproduce the wearer’s intention to move by reading signals from the brain. According to CYBERDYNE’s CEO, Dr. Yoshiyuki Sankai, HAL is unique in that there is no other technology of its kind to compare with. “Our aim was to treat, improve, support and enhance human physical functions,” he tells me. Well, HAL does just that.

[read more] [Cyberdyne] [picture via wikimedia]

I know it’s just clever marketing, but a company named Cyberdyne making a robot prosthetic named HAL should be like, the reddest of all red flags.

Sweet robo-legs though.