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Gigabyte motherboard usb 3.0 drivers.GALMT-USB3 (rev. ) Support | Motherboard – GIGABYTE Global

The GIGABYTE motherboards support the latest generation SuperSpeed USB technology made possible through an onboard USB host controller. With superfast transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps, users are able to experience an almost a 10x improvement over USB Additionally, backwards compatibility with USB assures users of long term use of their legacy USB devices. Lasting Quality from TE Ultra Durable™ motherboards bring together a unique blend of features and technologies that offer users the absolute Enterprise U.S.A. (English) Intel USB Driver OS. VIA USB Driver OS: Windows XP 64bit,Windows XP 32bit,Windows Vista 64bit,Windows Vista 32bit,Windows 64bit,Windows 32bit,Windows 8 64bit,Windows 8 32bit,Windows 7 64bit,Windows 7 .
 
 
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Robot fish live in London

London Aquarium in County Hall has added its collection of pets. At the end of last week, individuals appeared in a special aquarium that had never plowed the waters of the world’s oceans: for the first time, unique robot fish became available for public viewing.

Three individuals amaze the imagination of visitors with a bright appearance and smooth movements borrowed from living creatures. The robots were built by a team of robot developers from the Computer Science Department of the University of Essex. Project leader Huosheng Hu.

It took three years of work for designers inspired by the behavior of fish to create a mechanism that mimics their wave-like movement and can compete with them in speed and maneuverability. The fish receives control signals from the sensors. From the point of view of navigation, robots are completely autonomous – they independently find their way, moving around the aquarium, they are able to avoid collisions and react to the environment.

According to the project participants, the practical value of the development, in addition to familiarizing the public with the achievements of robotics, lies in the development of technical solutions. Subsequently, they will be in demand in the design of devices for studying the seabed, searching for leaks in pipelines, exploration and demining.

Source: University of Essex

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