Coral gardening by humans is time-consuming, restricted to small areas, and impossible in the deep sea because of human diving limits. Our project, Coralbots, advances the current state-of-the art by creating a team of autonomous underwater robots with artificial intelligence to repair coral reefs. Coralbots is a truly cross-disciplinary project based at Heriot-Watt University in Scotland and the Autonomous Undersea Institute in the U.S. The team has expertise in marine biology (Dr. Lea-Anne Henry), artificial intelligence (Prof. David Corne), computer vision (Dr. Neil Robertson) and autonomous underwater robotics (Prof. David Lane and Dr. Richard Blidberg).
Look what I just found on SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/poolside/poolside-harvest-moon
The view from DUMBO at night is beyond beautiful.
Home sweet home. Will see you again in may.
As close to “lost in translation” I’ve gotten so far.
New Flickr test on Flickr.
On Dec 26th, I will start a safari trip in Africa (with stops in Botswana and Zambia).
I’ll be staying in this.
The most extensive camping I’ve ever done is one night in a Kansas backyard. I’m in for an experience.
The first handful of listens to this album, I was totally underwhelmed. I sorta put it to the side for awhile. I picked it back up earlier this week (months after it was released), and it started to grow on me. This morning though, on about my 2nd or 3rd time through it this week, it finally smacked me. Just like every other Sigur Ros album has in the past. If you put Valtari aside like I did at first, give it another shot. It grows.
Tyshawn Taylor of the Brooklyn Nets bumps Brook Lopez #11 following Lopez’s bucket late in the fourth quarter against the New York Knicks at the Barclays Center on November 26, 2012 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.
(Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
The most action Tyshawn has seen. COACH, PUT THE BOY IN!