A 25-year-old British former computer science student has discovered a loophole in the popular Pokemon Go allowing him to catch Pokemon without leaving the comfort of his home.
According to reports, players of the game have resorted to donating thousands of pounds to keep Mark Gore’s ‘bot’ running. Five lawyers are alleged to have urged him to remove the programme.
Mr Gore has stated that his loophole wasn’t designed to take the fun out of the game, which is reported to have seen users harassed by police for walking into restricted areas, according to the British tabloid newspaper, the Sun.
He stated that it was easy exploiting the game, [...]
A project called Airmap has made life easier for two of the major consumer drone producers, DJI and 3D Robotics. The purpose of Airmap is to provide real-time, reliable access to no-fly-zone data. In the case of consumer drones, this can mean a lot more than simply military bases and airport areas.
A football arena can be off-limits because it is full of patrons, for instance, or potentially could be off-limits to drones all the time anyhow. Residential areas could eventually make use of the technology to politely tell drone operators to keep out, in another example.
In Airmap’s own words:
AirMap makes it easy to operate your drone safely, legally, and [...]
Want to get tattooed by a robot? Meet “tatoue,” the 3D tattoo printer. Tatoue was born when a group of enterprising design students in Paris were looking for a way to do something unique. Their story can be found on Appropriate Audiences website, a design group that takes its name from the title of the movie previews that precede major motion pictures.
Appropriate Audiences combined a 3D printer with a tattoo artist’s needle to create a tattoo printer that can create indelible art work on skin.How It Came About
Appropriate Audiences explains that in 2013, ENSCI les Ateliers, a Paris design school, hosted a workshop organized by the French Ministry of Culture. The goal [...]
An entrepreneur named Cillian McMinn from Belfast, Northern Ireland has developed a minimalist, decorative cube called the “Element Cube” that contains 62 elements designed as a unique jewelry or table/desk ornament. McMinn has launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign that already has $48,062 USD pledged from 607 backers to bring his idea to market.
He advertises this two-inch-square cube as containing over half of the planet’s building blocks.
People who make pledges can be rewarded with different forms of the cube, based on the amount of their pledge. Rewards include a digital poster, a custom engraving, bracelets and necklaces are all currently available [...]