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Question: Robots have never been used in battle.
Answer: Robots are used in many military purposes, including finding and destroying explosive devices. Robot planes are also used to attack enemy positions without exposing human pilots to danger.
Question: Holograms are made with cameras.
Answer: Holograms are created with lasers. A single beam of light from a laser is split into two beams by a special mirror. One shines onto a piece of film, the other onto the object to be holographed.
Question: Holograms are often found on credit cards.
Answer: Since they are difficult to copy illegally, holograms are commonly found on credit cards, driver’s licenses, and paper money to prove their authenticity.
Question: It takes very few resources to make a mobile phone.
Answer: It takes more than 165 pounds (75 kilograms) of material to make a mobile phone. Much of this weight is earth and rock excavated for metal ore.
Question: Flash memory is most often used in portable devices.
Answer: Flash memory cards are small, thin, digital storage devices that are often used in digital cameras, phones, and computers to physically transfer data between devices.
Question: Virtual reality is only used in toys.
Answer: Flight simulators are perfect examples of using virtual reality, computer-simulated reality, as a working tool.
Question: Digital cameras use film.
Answer: Digital cameras and cell phones do not use film. They turn images into electric signals, which they store on microchips. People can load images from a digital camera or a cell phone onto a computer.
Question: The computer keyboard is an ancient device.
Answer: The computer keyboard is a modified version of the typewriter. The latter device was patented in 1868, making it a fairly modern innovation.
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