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Architects and designers can now send their [increasingly complex] digital models to a mechanized workforce to be crafted/fabricated, In other words your model controls a fully automated workforce directly tied to real-world operations.
As in fabrication a digital file that leads an orchestration of events in the process of a building.
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you won’t have to search at all: Your smartphone will pick up information from your environment, anticipate what you’ll want to know, and deliver it automatically.
The Hydra Project in Europe is aiming to create an open-source middleware network similar ot ROS in the robitics field to be compatible with devices manufactured by many different companies, from gaming platforms to refrigerators.
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Anavatapta is also the name of the dragon that lives in the lake; having become a Bodhisattva, it was free from the distresses that plague other dragons, which are tormented by fiery heat and preyed on by Garudabirds.
The earthly manifestation of the lake is often identified with Lake Manasarovar, which lies at the foot of Mount Kailash (Gandhamadana or Perfume Mountain) in the Himalayas. The four mythical rivers are sometimes identified with the Ganges (east), the Indus (south), the Oxus (west), and the Tarim or the Huang He (Yellow River, north).
One route by which this ancient Buddhist view of the cosmos passed from sixth-century China to Japan was via gardening. Such gardens often had a hill in the center, representing Mount Meru, and a pond symbolizing Lake Anavatapta (which became Munetsunochi (無熱悩池) or Munetsuchi (無熱池; “pond without heat”) in Japanese).