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New computer vision tech shows what you'd look like with any hairstyle

Dreambit builds on facial processing and three-dimensional reconstruction technology to show how a person would look with different hair. Not only will it help you pick your new 'do, it may help in finding missing persons.
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Gravity helped the Hubble telescope shoot this mesmerizing deep space photo

The Hubble Space Telescope recently shot photos of the deepest views in space using something almost as simple as gravity. Galaxy Abell S1063 is so large, it creates a magnifying effect of the galaxies behind it.
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'Jason Bourne' car chase scene is equally exciting behind the scenes

What’s more exciting than a car chase scene? Apparently, the process of filming one. This short, behind-the-scenes video from the upcoming 'Jason Bourne' movie may make you jump more than the actual finished scene will, itself.
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Astronomers confirm a huge, X-shaped bulge at the center of the Milky Way

There’s a massive bulge at the center of the Milky Way galaxy and it’s not just happy to see us. The X-shaped structure has been theorized for years, but was finally observed by two astronomers, with a little help from Twitter.
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The lamps of the future will do more than just glow

Judging by these entries for the 2016 Dyson Awards, and a few others, we have been drastically underestimating the capabilities of the common lamp. Here are eight products and concepts that rethink what modern lighting could be.
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LG is reportedly taking on Samsung with a foldable phone of its own

It looks like Samsung has some competition -- LG is reportedly working on a foldable phone to be released sometime next year. In fact, the company is said to have outfitted one of its factories to mass produce these foldable phones.
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Revolutionary new brain map identifies nearly 100 new regions

Researchers involved with the Human Connectome Project have announced that they’ve created a brand-new map of the brain that doubles the total number of areas previously identified in the cortex.
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Facebook's giant, internet-serving drone just completed its first full-scale test flight

The first test flight of Facebook's internet-serving drone was a success. The company cautions that there's quite a bit of work left to do, including getting permission to fly the drones in the first place.
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Blincam brings the blink-to-shoot feature to a regular pair of glasses

A Japanese crowdfunding project is looking to bring the blink-to-shoot feature to a pair of plain glasses. While it's too early to tell if it will solve the issues raised by other blink cameras, the Blincam has grabbed the…
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This magnetically levitating cup is the most badass beverage container the world has ever seen

Launched via Kickstarter this week, the LevitatingCUP ousts traditional coasters in favor of a device that allows cups to levitate effortlessly. The device makes use of magnets and electricity to pull off the feat.
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Ingestible ‘Origami Robots’ may one day perform microsurgery inside you 2:43

Researchers have developed a swallowable robot capable of unfolding inside someone's stomach and then patching wounds, dislodging foreign objects, or even potentially carrying out microsurgery on soft tissue.