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February 14, Daily science and technology trend

  • 2020-02-14
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1. Penza State University (PSU) introduced a biotechnological system based on adaptive virtual reality. It is composed of fixed platform, a holding device and a virtual reality helmet. At the same time, the subject measures the main indicators of the of health and speech reactions. Based on them, the psyche can be diagnosed or corrected.

https://rscf.ru/news/presidential-program/uchenye-predlozhili-lechit-psikhiku-vr-igrami/

 

2. PJSC Aeroflot will support students interested in engineering and new technologies. The company became the general partner of the National Technology Initiative (NTI) the annual NTI Contest for the second time. The Contest this year set an absolute record for the number of participants - more than 80,000 students from 85 regions of Russia submitted applications in 30 engineering areas. In just five years, more than 123,000 school and university students from 765 cities and towns participated in it.

https://www.rvc.ru/press-service/news/company/153514/

 

3. Rostelecom, together with Russian Standard Bank, launched payment using biometrics in the CoffeeBean coffee chain in Moscow. It is possible to pay for goods and services this way after registering a digital image in the Unified Biometric System. Currently the service of payment for purchases using face recognition technology works only in one coffee shop, but by mid-2020, it is planned that the entire CoffeeBean chain will adopt the technology.

https://sk.ru/news/b/press/archive/2020/02/13/rostelekom-razreshil-platit-licom-za-kofe.aspx

 

4. The first two microsatellites with laser diodes, with which you can later write messages in the sky, will go into orbit in 2022. It will be possible to display any messages, including advertisements in the sky. The idea is to maximize the commercialization of space in ordinary Earth queries.

https://sk.ru/news/b/press/archive/2020/02/10/rossiya-v-2022-godu-zapustit-pervye-sputniki-dlya-pokaza-reklamy-iz-kosmosa.aspx

 

5. Scientists of the Samara National Research University and their colleagues from other Russian scientific organizations created samples of diamond optical elements, which allow focusing the radiation of powerful technological CO2 lasers for processing materials in industry with high efficiency. Using the new technology, specialists have already created several samples of optical elements. In future, they plan to develop and explore elements with more complex functionality.

https://scientificrussia.ru/news/copy-of-issledovateli-rf-nashli-sposob-povysit-effektivnost-lazernyh-ustanovok

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