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March 20 2017
Distributed planning, communication, and control algorithms for autonomous robots make up a major area of research in computer science. But in the literature on multirobot systems, security has gotten relatively short shrift.
Security for multirobot systems
Ingestible robots, glasses-free 3-D, and computers that explain themselves
December 2 2016
One of the limits of today’s virtual reality (VR) headsets is that they have to be tethered to computers in order to process data well enough to deliver high-resolution visuals. But wearing an HDMI cable reduces mobility and can even lead to users tripping over cords.
Fortunately, researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have recently unveiled a prototype system called “MoVR” that allows gamers to use any VR headset wirelessly.
Enabling wireless virtual reality
Solving network congestion
Wireless tech means safer drones, smarter homes and password-free WiFi
New network-management system reduces data-transmission delays by 99.6%
Wireless Researchers Hosting ‘Game-Jam’
CSAIL Graduate Honored with ACM Award for Work With Wireless Interference