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Hackaday
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This paper describes quasistatic cavity resonance (QSCR) to transfer up to 1900 Watts to a coil across a room. In an experimental demonstration, this QSCR can power small receivers scattered around a 50 square meter room with efficiencies ranging from 40% to 95%. In short, the abstract for this paper promises a safe, efficient wireless power transfer that completely removes the need for wall outlets. In practice, the QSCR from Disney Research takes the form of a copper pole situated in the center of a room with the walls, ceiling, and floor clad in aluminum. This copper pole isn't continuous from floor to ceiling it's made of two segments, connected by capacitors. When enough RF energy is dumped into this pole, power can be extracted from a coil of wire. The video below does a good job of walking you through the setup. As with all wireless power transmission schemes, there is the question of safety.
Daily Mail - Home
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The singer, 33, is one of 15 ambassadors who have been signed up to appear in the clip - but it's mum-to-be and the beauty company's spokesperson who takes centre stage.
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Autocar
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Overall dimensions looks unchanged but a longer wheelbase should provide passengers with more legroom; it'll come with three and four-cylinder engines The next Ford Focus is ramping up for a 2019 launch, with engineers currently testing late-build prototypes. Spotted by Autocar photographers, these new images show the fourth-generation model’s real skin beneath a disguise being tested in arctic conditions. Such testing only takes place when the car’s look and specification are mature, to prove that the finished model works well under extreme conditions and to fine-tune its braking and stability electronics. The new Focus, set to be revealed in early 2018 ahead of a launch the following year, will follow the same evolutionary path as the recently unveiled Fiesta , using Ford’s highly flexible global C-class platform. It will only come as a five-door saloon: Ford is keeping its development funds for making more SUVs, which European president Jim Farley believes are turning into “preferred family cars”.
Mashable
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Who needs to eat a burger IRL when you can just taste it virtually? McDonald's Japan has released a 4D "Star Trek" movie in promotion of its newest creation, the Yakki burger . SEE ALSO: McDonald's Japan takes burgers so seriously it's holding a full-blown election for them The Yakki burger is a pork-based burger with ginger and soy-sauce based Japanese sauce. Since audiences couldn't actually eat the burger during the film, they got the next best thing a virtual eating experience, or the fourth dimension in 4D. This included having water sprayed at their faces to signify the juicy pork patty popping out of the screen, and getting a whiff of its salt, ginger and black pepper seasoning in the cinema. Read more... More about Burger , Star Trek , Japan , Mcdonalds , and Business
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A domestic Russian cat is managing to see quite a bit more of the world than the average moggie, since owner Andrei Ostanin takes him almost everywhere, including to the top of mountains. Andrei Ostanin, traveller and cat owner (Russia): "I can’t leave him at home, and my parents have their own animals too, so I have to take him with me." Video ID: 20170222 069 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Mind Shift
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It takes between four and seven years to really learn a language well, so it’s no surprise that even after high school students are still catching up to their peers who grew up speaking English. “I think about the demands that they're going to have to face in college,” English teacher Heather Heistand said. “But again and again we come back to this idea that if we teach students how to learn and how to support each other in learning, they will have the skills to be successful once their language catches up with where their peers are from other schools.”
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We will check everything one more time, the functional readiness of the stadium." SOT, Vitali Mutko, Deputy Prime Minister for sports, tourism and youth policy (Russian): "The name of the stadium is determined for the World Cup, it is called the St. Petersburg Arena. The stadium will be commissioned under this name and will be called so everywhere during the event. Then if Zenit [football club] takes it in property, in rent or in the office, then they will have two choices: either to come up with a new name or sell the stadium name, as it is becoming usual to do so in the world. There is already a buyer, one company is ready to do it." Video ID: 20170222 070 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Mashable
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Being a pro gamer isn't easy. To master top competitive games takes hundreds of hours of practice but also knowledge. Each week, we'll share the most useful tips and tricks to improve your play. It's time to get good. For Honor officially released over a week ago but that doesn't mean we've all mastered the art of combat in Ubisoft's unique competitive fighting game. If you're still having some issues getting a hang of the game's complex combat system or find yourself losing a lot of duels, the tips in the video above by Prima Games should help you turn some of those L's into W's in no time. Read more... More about For Honor , Pro Tips , Esports , Gaming , and Entertainment
Mashable
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Danny Shervin is a painter who has taken to using gunpowder as his material of choice to create incredibly detailed works of art His original artwork is based in nature, with images of owls, deer and other woodland animals. To share with the world the painstaking process of creating art with gunpowder, he has put together a Paint with Gunpowder YouTube. As you can imagine, pushing and placing gunpowder to resemble landscapes isn't easy. As it says on his website , each painting takes several hours to finish. So imagine our surprise when he finishes each art piece, only to put a lighter to it. That's right. He burns the gunpowder after he completes his work, and watching the slow burn is delightfully mesmerizing. Read more... More about Fire , Youtube , Videos , Art , and Gunpowder
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In regards to the product-supply production, we could help. We have engineers who are ready to come." SOT, Eliseo Bertolasi, Higher Geopolitical Research and Related Sciences Institute analyst (Russian): "We should not lose optimism because we know that it is not a very fast and easy [process]. However, I believe that if we continue working on it step by step, then everything is ahead of us. It takes time. If we do not lose optimism or hope that everything will be all right, then everything will be all right." Video ID: 20170222 055 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
The Huffington Post
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Then, earlier this month, Barry Jenkins, director of the Best Picture nominee Moonlight, told them at the BAFTAs that children at his house were recently discussing the state of the world, using Zootopia as a prism. The film was doing what Moore and Byron had hoped. Certainly, it would be faulty to argue that one movie alone could pull a child out of a world of discrimination. Such a shift takes a village, filled with parents, teachers and role models, ready to work with children from birth until adulthood. But that also shouldnt discount the fact that in 2016, as the future president of the United States was dividing the world between savages and everyone else for his own personal gain, a childrens film about an animal-run metropolis was doing what it could to make sure such an ascent never happens again.
Sputnik International
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A young bull ran for his life after escaping from a slaughterhouse in the Jamaica neighborhood of the New York City borough of Queens. On the morning of February 21, policemen spent two hours chasing the cattle before managing to catch it.
TIME - News
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When Jimmy Kimmel takes the stage to host the 89th Academy Awards Feb. 26, there will be quite a few surprises . No one knows for sure which movie will win Best Picture , who will give the best (and worst) acceptance speech or what novelty snack the audience will get . But Kimmel has a penchant for certain bits, so based on his history, a few things seem pretty much guaranteed to happen. Whether it's during the live Oscars broadcast itself or an episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! before or after the show, there's a good chance the late night host will have several of his usual tricks up his sleeve. Here are five TIME predictions on what Kimmel will probably do for Hollywood's biggest night of the year. 1. The feud with Matt Damon will continue. It wouldn't be a Kimmel-hosted awards show without a nod to his longest running and arguably best gag of all time: a heated (totally fake) feud with Damon originally inspired by a throwaway joke during a 2005 episode of Live! Kimmel has seemingly already begun hyping this bit, saying that his only wish for the show is for Damon who is nominated for his work as a producer on Best Picture contender Manchester by the Sea to lose.
BMW Blog
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BMW UK and Nicki Shields team up again to give us a closer look at the new BMW 5 Series. Only this time around, the business sedan is joined by the new 5 Series Touring. The footage from London takes us around and inside the new sports wagon with just a few days before its world debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The wagon shares most of its appearance with its sedan counterpart, including the larger headlights and the vent in the lower portion of the front fenders, so it comes with no surprise that the overall look is evolutionary. The rear window is raked more steeply, providing a lower, wider appearance than its predecessor . The tailgate is aluminum and has a separate opening rear window offering access to the larger cargo area. This makes loading or retrieving light items, like a shopping bag or two, from the trunk without having to open the power tailgate.
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Fox News
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'Angel Mom' Laura Wilkerson says it's about time
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Tucker takes on one expert who argues US economy could take a hit as the Trump administration looks to hire thousands more officers, end 'catch-and-release' policies and more #Tucker
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Tucker takes on member of Refuse Facism Now who insists President Trump is a fascist, more dangerous than Hitler and is urging people to rise up and drive him out of office
France 24
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