How We Recorded the World’s Highest Resolution Surgical Footage

Thursday, August 2, 2007

  My last post outlines the equipment I used to perform the world’s highest resolution endoscopic surgery.  Here I wanted to share what we had to do the…

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National Geographic’s The Living Body: DITM Featured in World’s First HDTV Broadcast of Surgical Procedure

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

I’ve mentioned the National Geographic Special “The Living Body” and wanted to fill you in on why this is such an exciting project for me.  The show follows a…

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The Most Life-Like Android Ever Made: Video

Friday, March 23, 2007

Meet Jules, the most life-like robot you have ever seen. The robot is programmed with the most sophisticated artificial intelligence features.  It can recognize babies vs. adults, its creator…

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Japanese Cultural Society: How to Eat Sushi Etiquette – Sunday Fun Post 2

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Continuing in the Sunday Fun Posts from Fans in Japan.  This one is from the “Japan Culture Lab” on How to Eat Sushi- All the Japanese etiquette you…

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Weird Batman-Caped Japanese Octopus: Sunday Fun Post 1

Sunday, March 11, 2007

For all the DITM fans visiting here over the weekend, I wanted to give you a few fun posts. I have been having a lot of correspondence lately…

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Future Vision in Surgery: Let the Podcasts Begin!

Friday, March 9, 2007

Here it is folks, docinthemachine’s first podcast to play on the site.  This piece is near and dear to my heart.  The Topic is “Future Vision” – and it’s…

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Video Fest of Brain-Computer Links & Control

Monday, March 5, 2007

  I have written before on direct brain-computer interfaces such as the monkey brain controlled robot arm, a woman with a robotic brain controlled limb, soldiers with brain…

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