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Displays which change shape as you are using them are probably only five years off now," adds Hornbaek.
Researchers are developing 'Smart' materials by combining different types of plastics and fibers that can change shape by themselves when they come into contact with stimuli such as heat or water.
Made to order, the inside dimensions of the steel bin can be designed to accommodate the tendency of super sacks to change shape.
ATAKE a look at Cosyfeet's Elastane range which change shape with your feet meaning that you don't have to adjust your shoes if your feet change shape during the day.
But the new study suggests that some proteins may change shape and form amyloids in helpful ways.
But surely even Apprentice boss Bill Cullen doesn't have a motor that can change shape and brand?
After an introductory chapter on how solid and hollow structures change shape on a flat slide, Eroschenko (anatomy, University of Idaho) identifies the different cells in human epithelial and connective tissues, bone, blood, muscle and nervous tissue, and organs in each body system.
These room temperature curing, nonshrinking urethanes will not change shape while curing and can be used to make precision molds that faithfully reproduce fine detail.
The latest installment features two women who want to change shape before they get married, one is 21 stone, the other less than seven.
What makes it unusual is that within the glass archway are more than 10,000 small LED lights which flash randomly according to a computer programme, rising and falling and making the structure appear to move and change shape.
These materials change shape when electricity is applied to them.
On the one hand were those who saw ideas as independent, dematerialized realities whose reality can never really be accessed (something to aim for but which can never be reached) and, on the other, those who believed it was of primary importance to view the presence of ideas in the world, in language and history; as Kelley puts it vis-a-vis this latter approach: "Ideas take shape in language, change shape in communication, and undergo deeper transformations with the passage of time" (122-23).
These room temperature curing, non-shrinking urethanes will not change shape while curing, and can be used to make precision molds that faithfully reproduce fine detail, according to the manufacturer.
But the technique could also be used for the ageing eye, which loses its ability to change shape and focus due to an inevitable hardening of the lens.
While conventional heat-resisting steel would change shape after approximately 1,000 hours of use, nitride steel would last 100,000 hours.