Storing data in holograms

Our every-day life is based on storing data. The card you use to open different doors around college, your phone and your laptop are all devices that store data inside them, allowing them to fulfil their functions. For decades now, data storing technology has been based on  magnetic data storage and conventional optical data storage. Holographic data …

Machines or Doctors?

Could machines make doctors obsolete anytime soon or at all? This is most certainly one of the most debated topics of this decade and will become even more so as time proceeds. There is definitely nothing such as a lack of arguments on either of the both fronts of this debate. This short fact- and …

The Limitations of Localisation through Image Recognition in Robotics

  Introduction The basic meaning of localisation in robotics is the determination of the exact position of a robot. A more exact definition would be “the concurrent construction of a model of the environment (the map), and the estimation of the state of the robot moving within it” (Cadena, et al., 2016). As humans we …