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STILL remember Gangnam Style? A dance song with “horseback riding” an unusual, popularized by South Korean rapper, Park Jae Sang, better known as PSY. This dance was booming in August last year. It is normal for a group of young people dancing Gangnam Style this, but what if the robot dance?
If visiting the mat Kaltim Education Expo (KEE) at Madya Stadium Complex Sempaja, Samarinda, this dancing robot scenery can be found at booth Samarinda State Polytechnic (Polnes). Wahyudi said to Ratama, Polnes students majoring in Information Technology, a robot that can dance is the kind of human-shaped robot Bioloid Premium.
He said this type of assembly robot can be programmed at will. However, this fourth semester student said, not an easy thing to do so. For example, he said, to make a waving motion, three servo controller must be placed in the shoulder, elbow, and wrist of the robot in order to simulate the movement.
Besides Wahyudi, Periyaldi and Wikarno also said something similar. Two students Polnes said the main challenge is to assemble and program a robot precision and patience. ”Programming the robot is quite difficult. Nothing takes 1.5 hours, others take two days plus headache medicine was so ribetnya, “Wahyudi said when met Kaltim Post, Thursday (9/5) yesterday. In addition to Human robot Bioloid Premium, exhibited a scorpion-shaped robot Bioloid Premium, Darwin robot and robot-based Line Follower micro controller. Each robot has a special ability.
Dayak tribe in Kalimantan Parks Kapuas Hulu is still routinely undergo traditional rituals, one of which Mandung ritual. First, this ritual is done by slaves spear.Now, this ritual is performed using sapi.ÂDayak tribe Melapi Park is one of the thousands of sub tribe Dayak scattered throughout the island of Borneo. Although generally have similar customs, basically on every sub-tribe must have a uniqueness that made the difference with other sub-tribes.
No exception Dayak Taman Kapuas Hulu. Dayak tribe has one of the traditional procession that goes from generation to generation since the days of our fathers until now. The Dayak sub Kapuas Hulu uphold traditions and cultural mores. One tradition that is still carried out at a given time is a tradition Mandung. In the past, this tradition is a traditional ritual performed as a form of gratitude and thanks to the spirits of ancestors. The tribe is believed that the spirits of the ancestors had blessed the harvest, at the time of the Dayak still embrace faith in the spirits of ancestors and the Creator of Nature.
Ten Borneo pygmy elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) was found dead endangered and is thought to have been poisoned, according to Malaysian officials, Tuesday (01/29/2013). They released a poignant photo shows a baby elephant who sniff and caress its mother.
Sabah Wildlife Department has formed a special task force together and organization WWF police to investigate the death of elephants. Director of the Sabah Wildlife Department, Laurentius Ambu said it received a report Wednesday that the death of pygmy elephants in the forests of Mount Rara, 130 kilometers from Tawau, Sabah.
“Earlier this year, two of eight elephants that had rotted carcass found near settlements. We believe that all these elephant-related deaths,” he said in an official statement. Mon Nathan, senior veterinary department, suspect animals that died from poisoning after discovering severe ulceration and bleeding in the digestive tract.
“It’s really a very sad sight to see all the elephants die, especially one dead female with a three month old baby who was alive to the side trying to wake her,” he said.
Secretary of the department of culture and tourism (Disbudpar) Sintang H Junaidi proud with enthusiasm of the audience when Studio Single Sebeji Sintang display various indigenous Dayak culture Sintang, Friday (06/15/2012). The enthusiasm shown by the full audience thinks when performances began 1.5 hours duration.
“We are given the opportunity to appear from 11:00 am until 12:30 pm, we are very proud of the enthusiasm of the audience is outstanding. Fact, the stands packed with spectators, there are some people who are up to no place,” said Junaidi.
On the occasion of this year’s performances of Balinese culture described Junaidi, Sintang was given the opportunity to represent the West Kalimantan perform at a special event. Not only dance studio that brought on the current activities also featured custom clothing Dayak, Dayak traditional songs and musical performances Sape ‘and Keledik.
Visited his tribe or tribal Dayak Dayak Benuaq Bentian in the interior of East Kalimantan. Graves will be easily found in the side yard or the side of the road towards the village Benuaq.
Bentian Benuaq graves or not in the ground like a first rate lain.ketika die they will be buried in a box in the buffering by the pole or hanging on a rope. Then after a few years the grave was opened again and the bones of the dead and pray for input into a permanent colonnaded box.
Usually each family has their graves and mostly located next to the family home, is not common dipekuburan like most in the city or other villages. Almost every night the music sounded the caller spirits of people who were having a ceremony Bentian dance and healing spells for the child or for praying for the dead.