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first_img(AP Photos) Top Stories Wilks said the pair hasn’t responded poorly to the lack of playing time.“Those guys are responding well,” Wilks said. “They haven’t wavered from their approach and how they try to prepare and practice. We’ve got to find ways as coaches to be able to continue to coach and connect with them and get them out there on the field. But their responsibility is to go out there and execute their assignments. So it’s hand-in-hand.” Bucannon saw only one snap on defense on Sunday and 20 on special teams. For Reddick, those numbers were four and 12, respectively.Bucannon’s one defensive snap is down from 25 (34.7 percent) the previous week and 79 (100 percent) in Week 1. Reddick saw 14 defensive snaps (17.7 percent) in Week 1, then three (4.2 percent) in Week 2.Related LinksCardinals defense finding legs but not enough to beat BearsArizona Cardinals name rookie Josh Rosen starting quarterbackBradford’s first-quarter tease gave Cardinals’ Rosen no margin for error“Those guys have got to show me that they deserve the right to be on the field,” Wilks said. “It’s nothing to the standpoint of favorites or taking things personal. I want those guys out there. They’re first-round draft picks. I want them to be on the football field, they have a great skill set. But again, I’m going to play the guys that have shown that they’re ready to play.”Bucannon was selected 27th overall by the Cardinals in 2014 and has started 51 games (60 appearances) since then. Last year, Bucannon played in 12 games and had a pick-six to go with three passes defensed, two forced fumbles and 82 tackles. The Cardinals took Reddick 13th overall in 2017 and has since appeared in 19 NFL games with three starts. He had two forced fumbles in 2017 to go with 2.5 sacks and 32 tackles. 11 Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactcenter_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Arizona Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks said he wants to put the best 11 players on the field.There’s impeccable logic in that. But those who watched the Cardinals play the Bears on Sunday — and suffer a 16-14 defeat — may still wonder: Why weren’t first-round picks Deone Bucannon and Haason Reddick on the field more for Arizona’s defense?“I have an open communication policy,” Wilks said when asked about that matter by Bickley & Marotta on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station. “I want guys to be able to come talk to me about certain things, and they do. And I’ll be honest with those guys and tell them, we’re going to play the best 11. And right now, that’s what I’m doing.”last_img read more

Ever dream of controlling robot swarms This new virtual reality headset could

first_img By Edd GentMar. 29, 2019 , 3:10 PM Ever dream of controlling robot swarms? This new virtual reality headset could help Robot swarms could revolutionize everything from search and rescue missions to mining, but figuring out how to oversee so many moving parts is tough. A new approach lets people control tiny, semiautonomous robots using virtual reality (VR)—much like a child might herd a swarm of crawling ants.After donning VR goggles, the operator hovers above a virtual arena containing up to nine robots that can independently navigate and coordinate with each other. Three of these virtual robots also have real-world counterparts nearby. To move the robots, the user simply reaches out in the simulation and picks them up. The user can also guide them—or trap them—by building walls with a pinch-and-drag motion (above).Those movements are picked up by Leap Motion gesture-tracking technology attached to the outside of the headset, and the instructions are sent to the real-world bots via radio signals. Simple gesture controls also allow the user to zoom in and out of the virtual environment and move about the simulation. Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! Country Click to view the privacy policy. Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*)center_img VR and gesture tracking are already popular tools for controlling robots, but the new approach—combining them so that users can directly interact with large numbers of robots—is uniquely intuitive, the researchers say. The new system allowed untrained operators to corral 50 free-roaming virtual robots into three different areas in about 5 minutes, they report this week on the preprint server arXiv. In surveys afterward, users were broadly positive about the system.Real world applications still face many challenges, including capturing enough data to create realistic simulations and transmitting them quickly enough to prevent the simulation from lagging. But the researchers say forthcoming 5G mobile communication technology could be the missing ingredient. 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