Home-bound man uses drone and Google Glass to experience flight
Stuart Turner does not have the use of his legs or arms but is working with scientists to fly from a drone?s perspective Stuart Turner is hoping he?ll soon be able to see the more of the world from his bedroom. The quadriplegic computer expert is helping to develop technology that will open up new vistas for those unable to travel by projecting what he calls ?the extensible self?. Flying a ...
Firearms trafficker gets life in prison for killing associate
A federal agent spotted a student at a gun range buying several receivers for AR-15 rifles. He sensed something suspicious. Timothy Trenschel, of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, confronted the student. And he learned that the kid was a small player in what was an international arms trafficking organization. It would take authorities about a year to gather enough evidence ...
Bedroom-bound quadriplegic develops drone to see the world
Stuart Turner, who has spina bifida, uses head movements to pilot the camera-mounted flying device, thousands of miles from his Yorkshire home
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