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Researchers at Purdue University and Stanford University have found a novel laser light-sensing technology that is orders of magnitude more sensitive and faster than leading-edge sensor devices.The technology uses a novel concept of optical frequency-arrayed technique that is more robust. (Image provided)

Ultrafast Laser Beam Steering for Autonomous Cars

Researchers at Purdue University and Stanford University believe they have found a novel laser light sensing technology that is more robust and less expensive than currently available, with a wide range of uses, including a way to guide fully autonomous vehicles.

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Ultrafast Laser Beam Steering for Autonomous Cars

Researchers at Purdue University and Stanford University believe they have found a novel laser light sensing technology that is more robust and less expensive than currently available, with a wide range of uses, including…

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Volvo’s New Concept for Baby Seats

Volvo has come up with a completely new concept for baby seats. As long as you have the money to buy the 2016 XC90 “Excellence” edition, which is an extended…

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LOOK: Chinese Cyclists Defying the Laws of Physics

Overloading vehicles is common practice in China, where some aspects of life are much less regulated than in the western world. Enjoy this mind-bending collection of photos showing Chinese using tricycles for…