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DateDate: 2-11-2019, 07:13

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 Platform "Innovator", together with the author of this idea will present innovative mobile application that bills itself as a new kind of work with photos in the direction of their transformation.  The types of the photographic conversion will be sent to the parties entertainment and gaming. Naturally, all these processes will be described below.
 Now, there are already a number of examples in the form of mobile apps where photos can embellish in different styles. All of these apps and photo editors are quite popular and growing rapidly in its use. In this author's idea of a mobile app photographic transformation  "Innovator", this process will be more innovation that will involve a huge audience here. 
 We will show this mobile app examples. Standard - in the beginning you will need to download the mobile application of photographic transformation on your gadget. The captured image, for example their self, the functionality of the application in automatic mode, loads his database and offers its user a number of transformations. For example, to transform the self-image of the user with the standard appearance of the employee health services ( the dentist ). Also, this process is innovative passage itself wow the transformation process - in the form of clip art or animations. That is, the user will see his transformation in a playful and creative style. This kind of photographic transformation will remain in the memory of the mobile app photographic transformation of "Innovator", which in the future will share them on social networks and mobile messengers.
 However for your own personal photographic transformations will be a huge number that will allow you to collect them in different thematic groups. It will also be possible to make a chain of photographic transformation. All this will be offered to users at the beginning of this work with a particular photo. Of course, the conversion will be available and photos taken earlier, before the release of this mobile app.
 The functionality will allow you to work with older photos, such as black and white. Very nice to convert such photos, such as those where we will see the change of look and image of their relatives. Again, for example - we know that our grandfather was in his youth as a guitarist but pictures with no such image. We will shoot or scan any available photograph of her beloved grandfather and aim mobile application the photographic transformation about showing a new image of the grandfather of the guitarist. It later and will see.
 And many more that can afford the functionality of this mobile application. All this will be available in a fairly easy use and colorful color palette.
 This idea is available for investing, and for its full redemption.
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DateDate: 2-11-2019, 07:07

Today, almost any technique is able to work without human intervention. Just look around and you will surely see your automatic washing machine, a smart crock-pot and a computer - have you noticed that it installs updates without your participation? But let's talk about a more serious technique, namely unmanned aircraft. They cost millions of dollars, but recently the American company DZYNE Technologies has come up with how to make autonomous almost any aircraft existing today. Agree, because equipping an airplane with an autopilot is much cheaper than assembling a completely new device?
As a rule, autonomous aircraft are created from scratch and are technically very different from conventional aircraft. Take, for example, the Boeing unmanned fighter, which is able to independently overcome 3700 kilometers, simultaneously conducting reconnaissance of the territory. The developers do not talk about it openly, but it is clear that the autopilot system is closely connected with the entire structure of the aircraft. This means that if desired, a Boeing unmanned aircraft cannot be turned into a manned one.
To turn any aircraft into autonomous and vice versa, DZYNE Technologies has developed a robot called ROBOpilot. He is able to take control of any aircraft in his own hands in the literal sense of the word. To do this, you just need to remove the pilot’s seat from the airplane, install a robot instead and put his arms and legs on the steering wheel and pedals. The robot sees the control panel using a computer vision system and takes off, adheres to a given route and lands without any help from people.
All of these features, at least, are reported by company representatives. It is known that on August 9, the ROBOpilot successfully passed the tests of the US Federal Aviation Administration. A few weeks after this event, he underwent yet another test, during which he made a mistake, but what it was and how serious it was is still unknown. It sounds very interesting, but it looks absolutely amazing - the video of the first flight of ROBOpilot can be seen below.
How much such a robot will cost is still unknown. But installing a robot in an existing aircraft is clearly cheaper than creating an autonomous device from scratch. Earlier, the military had already learned to equip F-16 fighters with autopilot, and this cost them a million dollars. But it is worth considering that the installation of an autopilot implies careful work on connecting different parts of the device with a computer, and in the case of ROBOpilot, you just need to put the robot in the cockpit.
In fact, such robotic pilots already exist. One of them is ALIAS (Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System), developed by the US Department of Defense. In 2016, he successfully coped with the control of the Cessna Caravan, however, he must have a real pilot when working in the cabin. And all because the ALIAS robot is just an assistant, not a full-fledged pilot.