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Jun 27, 2023

5 A.I. Tools for Video Editing

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I just posted a story and commented that people don’t even know how many AI tools exist. There are many. I can decorate my house without an interior designer, and much more. Here are 5 AI editing tools for video.

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Jun 25, 2023

Airplane Passengers Are Impressed By SpaceX Starlink In-Flight Internet Speeds

Posted by in categories: business, habitats, internet, satellites

SpaceX is revolutionizing the Internet industry with its Starlink broadband satellite network. As of today, the company operates a constellation of around 4,265 Starlink satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) that provide high-speed internet to over 1.5 million subscribers globally. SpaceX is launching Starlink satellites every month to continue expanding service coverage, with plans to launch a total of 12,000 satellites. Besides providing internet to homes and businesses, Starlink beams service directly to user antennas installed on vehicles in motion, like RVs, cruise ships, and aircraft.

In the early days of satellite internet, Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) satellites were the norm for aviation. These GEO satellites, positioned at an altitude of approximately 36,000 kilometers above the Earth’s surface, provided coverage to large regions but have limitations in terms of speed and latency – making it hard to livestream or have video calls in-flight. However, everything changed when SpaceX set its sights on LEO and launched thousands of satellites. One of the key advantages of Starlink’s satellites is the ability to provide faster internet speeds because they operate at much lower altitudes of around 550 kilometers. With traditional GEO satellites, the signal had to travel a considerable distance to reach the satellite and then make the round trip back to Earth, resulting in noticeable lag and latency average of around 600ms (milliseconds). In contrast, Starlink’s LEO satellites are positioned much closer to the planet, reducing the distance the signal travels.

Jun 23, 2023

DOM Drone by Flirtey — world’s first pizza delivery by drone to a customer’s house!

Posted by in categories: drones, habitats, robotics/AI

Our first delivery with DOM Drone by Flirtey, from the Whangaparaoa store in New Zealand!

DOM (previously known as ‘DRU’) is the personality behind Domino’s innovative customer-facing technology, including our bots, autonomous delivery vehicle, drone and Pizza Checker. He is cheeky and endearing, but most importantly he puts the customer at the heart of everything he does. Rebranded to ‘DOM’ in 2019, he is our newest recruit and helps our team members to create efficiencies in their jobs.

Jun 22, 2023

NASA volunteers are about to enter simulated Mars habitat

Posted by in categories: engineering, habitats, health, space travel

Four volunteers are about to enter a simulated Mars habitat where they’ll spend the next 378 days as part of ongoing preparations for the first crewed mission to the faraway planet.

The specially designed, enclosed habitat at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, will host Alyssa Shannon, Ross Brockwell, Kelly Haston, and Nathan Jones from Sunday, June 25. The team’s experience spans science, engineering, and health, and each member will use their specific skills during their stay.

The mission will be the first of three one-year Mars surface simulations, called CHAPEA (Crew Health and Performance Exploration Analog).

Jun 22, 2023

Titan Sub Crushed Crew Lost

Posted by in categories: education, food, habitats, space

Debris field found — the crew perished in a catastrophic implosion. What are the lessons to be learned from this? How does this apply to future space, stratospheric, and oceanic tourism?

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Jun 22, 2023

Do fish get thirsty?

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How much water a fish consumes really depends on how much salt is in its surrounding habitat. While fish do drink some water — salty or fresh, depending on their surroundings — through their mouths, they mostly absorb it through their skin and gills via osmosis.

“You’ve got to think of a fish as sort of a leaky boat in the water,” Tim Grabowski, a marine biologist at the University of Hawaii, told Live Science. “You constantly have a movement of either water or the salts that are in the water between the fish’s body and the external environment.”

Jun 22, 2023

“World’s largest wooden city” set to be built in Stockholm

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Scandinavian studios Henning Larsen and White Arkitekter are designing Stockholm Wood City, which will become the world’s largest mass-timber development and have the “serenity of a forest”.

Set to be built in the Stockholm neighbourhood of Sickla, the project was dubbed the “world’s largest wooden city” by developer Atrium Ljungberg as it will use more timber that any other project in development.

Stockholm Wood City, which will have 7,000 office spaces and 2,000 homes and cover 250,000 square metres, is being designed by Danish studio Henning Larsen and Swedish firm White Arkitekter.

Jun 22, 2023

The Overview Effect: It will transform how you think forever

Posted by in categories: habitats, space

On this day 52 years ago, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the Moon. Here’s what they said about “The Overview Effect” and how it transforms the way you think forever.

Have you heard of the overview effect? It’s an interesting phenomenon that, for the time being, is exclusively reserved for astronauts. It refers to the overwhelming feeling astronauts get when witnessing for the first time the Earth from space.

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Jun 18, 2023

New State Law Requires Newly Built or Renovated Homes to Support EV Charging

Posted by in categories: habitats, law

Illinois houses, apartments and condos being built from 2024 onward must equip EV charging points.

Jun 17, 2023

The Rise of the AI Underground: Rebooting Silicon Valley

Posted by in categories: education, habitats, robotics/AI

As part of our own recent AI hackathon, the NFX content team spent 48 hours going from house to house, office to office, talking with top founders about their work — what’s hard, what’s exciting, and what will never be the same again. What’s really happening day in and day out at hacker houses and AI social clubs is electric and an entirely new way of thinking and building. This is the rise of the AI underground.

NFX has not invested in any of the highlighted companies in this documentary. See more content from us at — www.nfx.com

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