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How did NASA Steer the Saturn V?- Smarter Every Day 223

How did NASA Steer the Saturn V?- Smarter Every Day 223

– The Saturn V rocket took humans to the moon for the first time, but the humans didn’t steer the rocket. It steered itself using a computer. – [Man] Tower, clear. – [Man] Gotta roll program. – A lot of the Saturn V rocket was built here in Huntsville, Alabama, otherwise known as Rocket City. […]

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Manjaro Linux dual boot with windows (17.*) in UEFI mode

Manjaro Linux dual boot with windows (17.*) in UEFI mode

So here we are back, and I’m going to show you how to do well go to your windows PC With manjaro linux xfce I’ve already downloaded to the windows manager Linux iso file from previous videos showed about the review of manjaro linux, and this is commands your exercise 15 point 0.1 Stable version […]

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Chrome Apps on Android and iOS

MAX WOGHIREN: Hi everyone. My name’s Max and I’m an engineer on the Chrome team. Today I’d like to show you my favorite way to build amazing Android and iOS applications using web technologies. You can install Chrome apps on mobile devices. First though, a bit of background. Many of you are aware that you […]

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Yosemite national park from Mac OS. Elon Musk present! №9

Yosemite national park from Mac OS. Elon Musk present! №9

Good morning! good afternoon or evening to everyone! I don’t know what time it is by your place 🙂 We are going to Yosemite National Park! and I will share its amazing views with you. Let’s go! I came to the States to hand my present to Elon Musk. Will I manage to do it […]

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Insta360 Studio tutorial (2018) free overcapture app for Windows or Mac Overcapture Tutorial Part 2

Insta360 Studio tutorial (2018) free overcapture app for Windows or Mac Overcapture Tutorial Part 2

Insta360 Studio tutorial: In this overcapture tutorial, I’m gonna show you how to make overcapture videos with any 360 camera, whether desktop or mobile, whether for Windows, Mac, iOS or Android. And I’m gonna show you the secret technique for making your 360 videos look their best. Hi my name is Mic and you’re watching […]

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How Computer Vision Is Finally Taking Off, After 50 Years

How Computer Vision Is Finally Taking Off, After 50 Years

NAT: Let’s start with what computer vision is and why computers need vision. SERGE BELONGIE: Sure. Computer vision is an area of computer science, and well, let me just start over. [MUSIC PLAYING] In computer vision, we try to teach computers how to see and that seeing can refer to understanding scenes, reconstructing 3D objects, […]

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This Computer Costs $10

This Computer Costs $10

– Hey guys, this is Austin. This might not look like much, but this is a full fledged computer that costs $10. So this is the Raspberry Pi Zero W. Now that wonderful name means that not only is this one of the super cheap Raspberry Pi computers that you guys have been telling me […]

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MuseScore – how to run the Linux AppImage

MuseScore – how to run the Linux AppImage

Hey there! I’m a contributor to MuseScore – an open source music notation program for creating and listening to sheet music. Version 2.0.3 has just been released and, as usual, you can get a free copy for Windows or Mac straight from the website at MuseScore.org, but for the last couple of months I’ve been […]

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Choices Stories You Play 2019 – Free Keys and Diamonds (IOS/Android)

Hello guys, in this video I will Show you how to get unlimited free keys and diamonds for your choices stories you play Just watching and follow the simple instructions on this video. FreeChoices.Online Ok, lets start a party, guys! First, open your browser. Visit our web at : freeChoices.Online Input your User ID/Game Center/Email […]

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How To Build and Install Kvaser Linux Driver SDK

How To Build and Install Kvaser Linux Driver SDK

Welcome to the Kvaser Linux Driver and SDK installation guide. In this video we will show you how to build and install our Kvaser Linux Driver and SDK. For our demonstration we’ll be using Ubuntu’s latest Long Term Support version of the operating system, 14.04.3. Before we can begin we’ll need to grab the latest […]

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