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The system, developed by researchers at the University of Melbourne, projects different layers of the human body on a volunteer, providing a visual of how the body's systems work in real time. The images follow the shape and movement of the body giving students an interactive, 360 degree view of how the human musculoskeletal system works. Pictured left is a subject making a T shape with his arms which allows the tracking sensors to lock on to him, with the projected image adapting to his shape and movement. Pictured center is a female subject with a skeleton being projected onto her, and top right is her facial skeleton projected onto her.

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The man, nicknamed 'Mikhail', was aged around 30 when he died between the seventh and ninth century AD. He was found buried (pictured) at the Ust Ivanovka burial site in the Primorsky region of Siberia. The man was laid to rest on his back, with his legs looking as if he was dancing. His feet were found crossed with his knees wide open. None of the known Siberian burial ceremonies include this position of a body, experts said. There is also some evidence that he was shot to death with an arrow, as a tip appears to be buried in his hip, though it was common at the time for people to van cleef rose gold bracelet replica be buried with arrowheads.

The new device, which can also be used as a touchscreen tablet, will cost 799 ($799), the technology giant confirmed at an event in Shanghai. From today customers can pre order the Surface Pro, which will be available 15 June in the US. It will be available from 25 June for other markets around the world. The traditional hinge on the rear of the new Surface Pro has also been adapted, enabling the device to be tilted further back into what Microsoft calls 'Studio Mode', placing the screen at a better angle for writing or sketching with the Surface Pen (top left).

It is a stunning scene the sun setting over what Steve Jobs had called 'the best office building in the world'. The latest flyover video of Apple Park shows how massive the spaceship has become. The clip has captured the curved glass panels that are being installed around the 2.8 million square foot main building and the large courtyard area that will boast thousands of drought resistant trees. However, a lot of the air still looks under construction, as there are still piles of dirt and empty hills around the campus.

Until now, researchers have assumed that the lineages between great apes and humans diverged five to seven million years ago and that the first pre humans developed in Africa. But two studies by an international team of researchers led by the University of Toronto now outline a new scenario for the beginning of human history. The team analysed two known specimens of the fossil hominid Graecopithecus freybergi a lower jaw from Pyrgos Vassilissis, Greece (pictured top right) and an upper premolar from Azmaka, Bulgaria (pictured left), which they believe believe suggest it was a pre human species. They also looked at the sediments (pictured bottom right) in which the two fossils were found, and believe the dust came from the Sahara desert more than seven million years ago. Footage shows people laughing as the sea lion bobs up and down in the water. At one point it jumps right up to a young girl who was leaning over the side of the pier to get a better look. She flinches back and giggles seemingly thinking the animal is being playful before sitting at the water's edge. But the sea lion then leaps from the water before grabbing her by the dress and pulling her in.

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