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Sealed in 10 August 2015 11:33:53
Opened at: 17 February 2017 12:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin The rover Audi Lunar Quattro is ready for the challenges of the Moon

German automaker Audi is partnering with Google Lunar XPRIZE team Part-Time Scientists to send a rover to the Moon. Audi is supporting the Berlin-based team with its vast experience in several fields of technology—from quattro all-wheel drive and lightweight construction to electric mobility and piloted driving.

"The concept of a privately-financed mission to the moon is fascinating,” said Luca de Meo, Audi Board Member for Sales and Marketing. “And innovative ideas need supporters that promote them. We want to send a signal with our involvement with the Part-Time Scientists and also motivate other partners to contribute their know-how.”

“With Audi, we have acquired a strong partner that will bring us a big step forward with its technological and mobility capabilities,” said Robert Böhme, founder and head of the Part‑Time Scientists. “We look forward to future interaction and a fruitful partnership.”

The rover—now known as the Audi lunar quattro—hopes to launch in 2017. Its target is an area near the landing site of the Apollo 17, NASA’s last manned mission to the Moon.

To learn more about this exciting partnership between Audi and Part-Time Scientists, visit Audi’s Mission to the Moon website.

Source: http://lunar.xprize.org/

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Sealed in 17 May 2015 16:55:27
Opened at: 10 January 2017 14:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin Mouse-Box manufacturing begins on cheap prices and across the world

We've seen plenty of compact PCs in the past, but few as tiny as the Mouse-Box. This new invention from a team of Polish engineers packs a fully-functioning computer into a mouse that you can hold in your hand. All you need to add is a screen and a keyboard and you're ready to start work, get online or launch a presentation. The Mouse-Box is currently at the prototype stage and its makers are looking for funding to bring it to production.

Its level of portability is a huge selling point, because if you're going somewhere with a monitor or projector available, then all you need is a pocket rather than a laptop bag.

Inside the mouse you get a 1.4GHz dual-core ARM CPU, 128GB of flash storage, two USB 3.0 ports, a micro-HDMI output and Wi-Fi connectivity — not bad for something so tiny. There's not much room for your programs and files, but as Chromebooks have proved, huge amounts of local storage aren't always necessary for something that you take on the road. The group is also working on a matching mousepad that can double as a charger while you're using the Mouse-Box.

If you want to just use it as a normal mouse, then that's fine too. You could take it into work and then switch between your work PC and the Mouse-Box with a button press, for example.

The prototype is fully functional, but the Mouse-Box team is looking for a manufacturing partner to be able to produce the device commercially. Given its specifications, it's likely that the finished product would run a lightweight OS such as ChromeOS or Linux, but no further details have been divulged just yet. Another unknown is the price, though the developers have gone on record as saying the Mouse-Box will be available cheaply and across the world, funding permitting.

Is this something you'd back on Kickstarter or Indiegogo? If so, the Mouse-Box inventors would love you to share their video, embedded below.

Source: http://www.gizmag.com/mouse-box-pc-inside-mouse/35703/

Mouse-Box official website: http://mouse-box.com/

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Sealed in 12 March 2016 04:31:55
Opened at: 07 January 2017 07:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin World’s first 3D printed office building glams up Dubai

An ambitious UAE plan to build the first fully functional 3D printed office building in the world has been announced in Dubai. It is being promoted as both cost effective and time saving.

Mohamed Al Gergawi, the United Arab Emirates Minister of Cabinet Affairs and Chairman of the National Innovation Committee, said on Tuesday that Dubai plans to 3D-print a one-story “office building” of about 2,000 square feet (185 square meters) in size, Reuters reported.

“We are keen to use the latest technologies to simplify people’s lives and to serve them better. This project is part of our overall innovation strategy to create new designs and new solutions in education, healthcare and cities,” Al Gergawi said in a statement. “Our goal is to increase the happiness and wellbeing of our residents and to pioneer new solutions for the world.”

The building, which is to be situated in the center of the coastal business hub city, will be printed layer-by-layer with a 20-foot tall printer over the course of a few weeks. Its entire interior will also be 3D printed. The technology will cut labor costs by 50-80 percent, and construction time by 50-70 percent, according to expert estimates.

“The idea of 3D printing buildings was once a dream, but today it has become a reality,” Al Gergawi added. “This building will be a testimony to the efficiency and creativity of 3D printing technology, which we believe will play a major role in reshaping construction and design sectors. We aim to take advantage of this growth by becoming a global hub for innovation and 3D printing. This is the first step of many more to come.”

The project is a result of cooperation between Dubai and WinSun, a pioneering Chinese company that specializes in building houses with 3D printers, as well as other major firms such as Gensler, Thornton Thomasetti, and Syska Hennessy.

The cutting-edge “office” will be the temporary headquarters of the “Museum of the Future” that was announced this March and is scheduled to open in 2017.

Source: https://www.rt.com/

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Sealed in 16 December 2014 22:55:41
Opened at: 02 January 2017 00:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin Norway releases new pixel banknotes with a la Minecraft design

Believe it or not, this is Norway’s new currency design, set to be released in 2017. The backsides of their controversial new banknotes feature color palettes that look like digitally blurred versions of the images found on the fronts of the bills. $$$$$$$$$$

Both sides of the bills were selected by Norges Bank during a competition held in the spring of 2014. The front side contains a series of artwork by graphic design studio The Metric System and Terje Tønnessen called “Norwegian Living Space,” while the basis for the pixelated back will be the “Beauty of Boundaries” design by Snøhetta Design. The front features various ocean scenes of importance to the Norwegian national identity. $$$$$$$$$$ Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/new-norwegian-banknotes-pixel-bills-design/

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Sealed in 02 January 2016 00:26:23
Opened at: 01 January 2017 00:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin Bonjour,

cette missive a été émise par Napoléon lui même et est transmise de génération en génération depuis sa mort tel était une de ses parties sur son testament, le message est le suivant :

"Baguette"

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Sealed in 16 June 2014 23:58:49
Opened at: 31 December 2016 00:00:00
My dream

I will have a house by the end of 2016

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Sealed in 24 December 2014 14:16:12
Opened at: 29 December 2016 05:00:00
Cryptocurrency value

The value of BTC will explode to >1000 $ before 2016.

Age: 25 months Observers 1 Has 1 observer Views : 96 Owner: noman
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Sealed in 12 February 2016 16:58:27
Opened at: 23 December 2016 23:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin 4500 years ancient secret will be revealed by the Thermal Scan of Egypt’s Pyramids

Built more than 4,500 years ago, during Egypt’s 4th Dynasty of pharaohs, the pyramids at Giza are some of the most celebrated manmade monuments in history. Yet no one really knows how these magnificent ancient structures were built, on such a massive scale, in a relatively short period of time. The recently launched Operation Scan the Pyramids project aims to probe this enduring mystery by using high-tech but non-invasive methods to examine the pyramids. Using one of these methods—infrared thermography—an international team of scientists and architects recently detected a mysterious thermal anomaly, or hot spot, on the eastern wall of the Great Pyramid of Giza, which may hint at some kind of passageway or chamber inside.

In recent months, experts have been searching for hidden chambers located within the Egyptian pyramids, as well as for additional insight into how these amazing structures could have been built. Organized by the Faculty of Engineering of Cairo and the Paris-based Heritage Innovation Preservation Institute, the Operation Scan the Pyramids project aims to conduct in-depth examinations of the pyramids using non-invasive methods such as thermal imaging and muon radiography, a Japanese technique that has been used to peek inside active volcanoes as well as the nuclear reactors of Fukushima.

Last week, an initial infrared temperature scan of the famous tomb belonging to the pharaoh Tutankhamen, better known as King Tut, turned up promising results: a temperature difference in the tomb’s northern wall, which may indicate a hidden cavity behind the wall’s surface. Their work follows up on claims made earlier this year by Egyptologist Nicholas Reeve of the University of Arizona, who proposed that ultra high-resolution images of Tut’s tomb showed hidden doorways leading to previously unexplored burial chambers, possibly including the final resting place of the legendary Queen Nefertiti, who was married to Tut’s father.

Now, Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry has announced that a thermal scan of the three ancient pyramids built on the Giza plateau, some 20 km from Cairo, during the 4th dynasty (between 2613-2494 B.C.), has identified some intriguing anomalies. In particular, a scan of the largest of the three pyramids—known locally as Khufu and internationally as Cheops, but often referred to simply as the Great Pyramid—revealed higher temperatures in three of the stones at the bottom of the eastern wall. Though the authorities cannot say definitively what this anomaly means, they speculate that such differences in temperature could indicate empty areas inside the structure, internal air currents or the use of different building materials.

An international team—including scientists and architects from Egypt, Canada, Japan and France—conducted the thermal scanning at different times of the day and night. They focused particularly on sunrise, when the sun heats the limestone of the pyramids from the outside, and on sunset, when the structures were cooling down. In the case of the Khufu pyramid, they found that while much of the wall heats up and cools down uniformly (with a typical difference of only 0.1 to 0.5 degrees Celsius between adjacent stones), a three-stone spot on the eastern wall acted differently. When compared with surrounding stones, this area showed a difference in temperature of 11 degrees Fahrenheit (6 degrees Celsius), appearing as a bloom of red on the thermal scans.

By the time Operation Scan the Pyramids concludes, at the end of 2016, researchers will have scanned the Great Pyramid and the second-largest of the Giza pyramids, built for Khufu’s son Khafre, as well as the Bent Pyramid and the Red Pyramid, both built at Dahshur (about 15 km south of Saqqara) by Snefru, Khufu’s father and the founder of the 4th Dynasty. The goal of the scanning project is to find more anomalies, each of which will provide another clue for Egyptologists to investigate in their attempts to solve the enduring mysteries of the pyramids.

Source: http://www.history.com/

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Sealed in 23 May 2015 22:44:44
Opened at: 21 December 2016 09:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin Assassin's Creed Movie is jumping between theaters and box office rooftops

Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed movie has officially entered production and should start shooting soon, chief executive officer Yves Guillemot announced Thursday during an earnings call.

The movie, produced by New Regency and 20th Century Fox, will hit theaters on December 21, 2016. That's one week after the first Star Wars spinoff movie hits cinemas.

"This is a very important milestone for the project," Guillemot said. Though the Assassin's Creed movie is now officially greenlit, we still don't know much about it outside of the fact that Inglourious Basterds actor Michael Fassbender will play the lead role. The movie will be directed by Justin Kurzel, who directed Fassbender in upcoming movie Macbeth.

Talking about the movie last year, Fassbender said the Assassin's Creed film will be respectful of the game. At the same time, however, the actor pointed out that "we also want to bring new elements to it and perhaps our own vision of things that already exist in the game."

Ubisoft has a total of six movies in the pipeline. In addition to Assassin's Creed, the Paris-based publisher is making movies based on its Far Cry, Rabbids, Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell, and Ghost Recon franchises. In all instances, Ubisoft will retain creative control through its Ubisoft Motion Pictures group.

Source: http://www.gamespot.com/articles/assassin-s-creed-movie-officially-enters-productio/1100-6425266/

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Sealed in 18 December 2014 05:01:10
Opened at: 17 December 2016 00:00:00
Sealed with Dogecoin My prediction

Hello people of 2016! I hope dogecoin hasn't died, because then all of this would be a waste, and well, that would suck!

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