Laith Al Shimaysawee from Flinders University has developed a unique algorithm to detect and locate people in emergency situations faster and with more efficiency.
A junior scientist demonstrates how to make a hologram using a smart phone and sheet of plastic.
Sam James from the Queensland University of Technology and Troy Cooley from the National Cricket Centre have collaborated to develop a device to detect no balls in cricket!
A virtual program to make art accessible for people with disabilities.
Junior scientist Brittany teaches us how to make a hologram. Making holograms, or 3D images, is easy and all you'll need is a smartphone, a pen, a sheet of clear plastic, scissors, clear tape, graph paper and a ruler. Once you have made your reflective prism, visit the Scope website to make a video for your hologram or find one online.
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