U.S. Navy Diver DARPA wants a new dive suit that automatically monitors the diver’s
physiology and adjusts his or her air mixture accordingly. U.S. Navy

On DARPA’s 2013 Wish List: Extreme Diving, Portable Brain Reading, And Gravity Vision

The Pentagon’s mad scientists want to bring brain scans to the smartphone, swarming satellites to space, and self-healing software everywhere.
By Clay Dillow
Posted 01.04.2013 at 12:27 pm

DARPA solicitation days are like Christmas morning for technology nerds, occasions whose bounty defense tech geeks look forward to precisely because we have no idea what we are going to get. And in case you thought DARPA might scale back its far-out R&D ambitions in light of impending defense budget cuts, be advised: the DoD’s blue-sky researchers fear no fiscal cliff (in fact, it has likely already developed a self-assembling hypersonic vehicle that will automatically scramjet the agency to safety should any cliff, fiscal or otherwise, be autonomously detected). So what does DARPA want in 2013? Read on.

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