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Lego humanoid robot known as Elektra Featured December Print

Lego humanoid robot known as Elektra

Humanoid robot. Lego humanoid robot known as Elektra. Elektra, 75cm tall, is controlled by two yellow Mindstorm computer bricks. These are programmable Lego bricks which can interact with their environment. The feet are equipped with electric motors and touch sensors. These sensors and motors are coordinated by the Mindstorm bricks allowing Elektra to negotiate obstacles. The robot's mood can be programmed, shown by the mouth and eyebrows which create a facial expression, in this case sadness. The Mindstorm bricks control Elektra with software written by LegoLab, Lego's research laboratory in Denmark

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

29 Dec 1999 Featured December Print

29 Dec 1999

© Degginger, Phil / Animals Animals/Earth Scenes

Aa Photographer, Action, Age, Biology, Blastula, Cell, Close Up, Degginger, Developing, E R Degginger, Effect, Embryo, Er Degginger, Fish, Freshwater Fish, Freshwater Game Fish, Magnified, Microscopic, Mitosis, Science, White Fish

Notre-Dame cathedral after the restoration of its frontage Featured December Print

Notre-Dame cathedral after the restoration of its frontage

Photo prise le 09 dcembre 1999 de la cathdrale Notre-Dame de Paris aprs la rnovation de sa faade. La cathdrale Notre-Dame de Paris, en style gothique, fut commence en 1163 et termine pour l'essentiel vers 1245.
Picture dated 09 December 1999 of Paris Notre-Dame cathedral after the restoration of its frontage. The cathedral, in gothic style, was completed in the 14th century after 200 years of work. (Photo by JEAN-PIERRE MULLER / AFP)