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GDSIIExporter

Create the GDSII stream format file for transferring or archiving 2D graphical design data.

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'topeScope

Solid model tool.

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SPL - Hand Coloured Rare Book Collection

Before printed lithography started in England in 1875, artists coloured books by hand. The SP Lohia collection is an assembly of these rare and...

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netfabb

netfabb Mobile is an easy-to-use viewing App for .STL (stereo lithography) files, running on the iPhone and iPod Touch. As a counterpart to the...

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PermanentPress

Photoshop plugin: create vintage offset printing and ink effects.

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SPIE Newsroom

Optics and photonics news from the award winning SPIE Newsroom. Explore the latest news and technical offerings in 13 optics related communities...

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Polyviz

Provide geometric viewing & processing ActiveX control.

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STL Viewer

STL Viewer is an application for downloading and viewing the contents of Stereo Lithography files. STL files are representations of the surfaces of...

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Stefan Szczesny

Stefan Szczesny, born in Munich in 1951, is an internationally renowned painter and sculptor.He is the protagonist of the painting in the 1980s....

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Stefan Szczesny HD

Stefan Szczesny, born in Munich in 1951, is an internationally renowned painter and sculptor. He is the protagonist of the painting in the 1980s....

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IBM and allies find a way to make chips even tinier and faster

A prototype chip has quadruple the circuitry and double the performance of today's cutting-edge chips. This kind of work keeping Moore's Law ticking hastens the day your smartwatch has a lot more brains.

By July 8, 2015

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Inside the multibillion-dollar quest to make faster, cheaper gadgets

Intel, GlobalFoundries and other chipmakers have built massive facilities to manufacture more powerful computer chips. It's all part of a race to prove they can keep pace with Moore's Law.

By April 16, 2015

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Nano-scale sculptures re-create the human body in the eye of a needle

Microscopic sculptures by artist Jonty Hurwitz are so tiny that they can fit easily inside the eye of a needle, on a human hair -- or on the forehead of an ant.

By November 13, 2014

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Micron's 256GB solid-state drive debuts at $110

Solid-state drive storage on the cheap. Micron's new SSD makes 256GB downright affordable.

By June 2, 2014

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The China Star in 'Iron Man 3': TCL debuts new TVs

TCL is the largest TV brand in the domestic Chinese market, and it's using the launch of "Iron Man 3" to attempt inroads into the U.S.

By April 25, 2013

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On the Moore's Law hot seat: Intel's Mike Mayberry (Q&A)

This Intel vice president lives 10 years in the chip technology future, charting a course for the computing industry and transforming research ideas into high-volume manufacturing.

By October 15, 2012

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IBM tips into microscopic manufacturing

Fabrication is moving to the nanoscale, aided by a super-hard tip 10,000 times smaller than a pencil point that could be used for microscopic biosensors and optical probes.

By February 8, 2012

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One-atom-tall wires could extend Moore's Law

A team of researchers has shown that it is possible to fabricate low-resistivity nanowires at the smallest scales imaginable by stringing together individual atoms in silicon.

By January 6, 2012

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Blast badge shows how hard soldiers get hit

A University of Pennsylvania team is working on a material that changes color depending on the intensity of explosions.

By December 2, 2010

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Researchers whittle 'world's thinnest' metal lines

Scientists in Singapore, Britain, and South Korea say they've succeeded in creating metallic lines so thin and smooth they can only be seen using electron microscopes.

By July 7, 2010