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Press Release 12-003
Eureka Park: Technology at the Edge

At the 2012 CES, NSF partners to launch Eureka Park featuring breakthroughs just out of the laboratory

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Image of a transparent, flexible, polymer solar panel developed by Solarmer Energy, Inc.

Solarmer Energy, Inc., developed this transparent, flexible, polymer solar panel, produced using a novel, low-cost, high-throughput, roll-to-roll manufacturing process. In their booth, Solarmer will showcase the process of turning polymer powder to electrical power and demonstrate potential applications for the polymer solar cells.

Credit: Solarmer Energy, Inc


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Image of a woman in a bathing suit floating in a pool viewing a electrofluidic display technology.

Gamma Dynamics has developed electrofluidic display technology for various electronic paper applications such as eBook readers. The key attributes of the displays are low power consumption, high brightness and optimal readability in both low and high ambient light settings; the technology also lends itself to full color and video. See a microscale demonstration of the display technology in this video.

Credit: Texas Recreation Corporation (modified by Losantiville, a design collective, Losantivilleltd.com); Gamma Dynamics


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Image of two DIY assistive robots used for social therapy, STEM education or just fun.

Romibo is a DIY assistive robot for social therapy, STEM education or just fun developed by the Quality of Life Technology Center NSF Engineering Research Center based at Carnegie Mellon University. Learn more on the Romibo website and watch a video of the center's technology.

Credit: Aubrey Shick and Garth Zeglin, Carnegie Mellon University, Quality of Life Technology Center


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Image of Barrett Technology's advanced robotic Whole Arm Manipulator carefully grasping a bottle.

Barrett Technology's advanced robotic WAMTM (Whole Arm Manipulator) carefully grasps a bottle in a scene from a recent episode of NSF's Science Nation. At CES, Barrett will demonstrate the robot's hyper-dexterity, optimal kinematics, force sensitivity, and intuitive "teach-and-play" mode. Barrett will also be showcasing the capabilities of the BarrettHand, a multi-fingered programmable grasper.

Credit: NSF Science Nation; Barrett Technology


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Image of the polarized contact lens which enables a wearer to see near-to-eye imagery.

The polarized contact lens shown here was developed by Innovega to enable a wearer to see near-to-eye imagery simultaneously with the surrounding environment. The Innovega CES demonstration will use contact lenses mounted to a digital video system to emulate how images would look to a wearer.

Credit: Randall Sprague, Innovega Inc.


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Image of emota.TV, a SmartTV app for bringing the Emota experience into the living room.

emota.TV is a SmartTV app for bringing the Emota experience into the living room. The system is designed for those who want to stay close with remote friends and family without having to learn computer and internet skills, or for those who just want to stay away from the computer when they are home.

Credit: Emota.net, Inc.


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