Collision

03.04.17
NASA prevents probe's collision with Martian moon Phobos
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NASA prevents probe's collision with Martian moon Phobos

A tiny emergency maneuver will prevent the two from crashing into each other on March 6th.

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08.03.13
The Daily Grind: Should character collision matter?
08.03.13

The Daily Grind: Should character collision matter?

The first MMO I ever played was Final Fantasy XI, which had something like a collision mechanic. Ru...

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10.29.12
ITV Player revamp brings ad-free TV rentals, keeps the free catch-ups
10.29.12

ITV Player revamp brings ad-free TV rentals, keeps the free catch-ups

As a profit-driven network, ITV has its work cut out in the online streaming world when the BBC's...

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04.27.12
Panasonic details radar-based technology that can detect collisions in low light
04.27.12

Panasonic details radar-based technology that can detect collisions in low light

Collision detection for cars? Yeah, scientists are on that. But whenever we read about concepts li...

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12.27.11
China launches high-speed test train capable of 310 mph, shaped like an ancient sword
12.27.11

China launches high-speed test train capable of 310 mph, shaped like an ancient sword

According to an old "Simpsons" quote, there's nary a thing that can outrun a greased Scotsman. Th...

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12.05.11
ESA abandons Russian space probe, hopes it doesn't plummet to earth
12.05.11

ESA abandons Russian space probe, hopes it doesn't plummet to earth

Things have gone from bad to worse for the orbit locked Phobos-Grunt space probe, having lost con...

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12.02.11
MIT-created algorithm predicts likelihood of running red lights, places blame where appropriate
12.02.11

MIT-created algorithm predicts likelihood of running red lights, places blame where appropriate

The bad news: Math will always judge you. The good news: It'll still be there to judge everyone...

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