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And with that, Tom handed over the trophy to Nyle and the champs were once more surrounded by ecstatic well-wishers. Congratulations to Nyle and Peta on doing such a fantastic job all season that showed his ability to dance beautifully, despite being deaf. During the last part of the show, each of the finalists had to perform a fusion dance, blending two dance styles to music they had received only 24 hours earlier. Ginger and Val performed an Argentine tango/fox trot that was really great until Ginger lost her hold on Val’s hand, causing a break in the movement. The judges gave them a score of three 9s for 27, but praised her for getting better and better each week, and for attacking the dance.

As opposed to last week when there was no elimination, Tom announced that two couples — Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten, and Mary Lou Retton and Sasha Farber — were in jeopardy, After standing under the red lights of doom and listening to the grim music, Mary Lou and Sasha were clear waterproof planner sticker. ballet sticker, ballet shoes label, ballet class icon, transparent sticker, clear sticker (l10 eliminated, As they were coming over to talk to Tom and Erin, Emma Slater, Sasha’s fiancée, rushed over to give him a hug, The audience gave the pair a standing ovation that was directed mainly at Mary Lou and Erin pointed to the gesture and said, “Enjoy this!”..

Ando said the ultimate goal is to develop a robot with its own smelling capabilities, one that can follow a trail just like the moth on the trackball. The team is now trying to build an artificial brain they’ve named Kei; the motor-moth using its sense of smell is one step toward that goal, he said. Achim Lilienthal, who directs the mobile robotics and olfaction lab at Orebro University in Sweden, said smell is more complicated for robots than vision. Cameras can see an object as long as there is enough light, while odors exist as plumes and patches in the air and are not consistent in strength, which makes finding the source difficult.

“You just won’t find a more open, kind, and generous group of artists out clear waterproof planner sticker. ballet sticker, ballet shoes label, ballet class icon, transparent sticker, clear sticker (l10 there,” Portner writes in email, “Eighty percent of the piece was a result of experimenting with the dancers in studio, and 20 percent was a result of my pre-dreaming, I got really ill mid process and the company handled all of the choreographic curve balls so gracefully.”, Edgerton started hearing Portner’s name mentioned a few years ago and decided to check out her work, “I got this great sense from her,” he says, “She was obviously very talented, She’s got a unique movement quality you don’t see every day, In five years, everybody is going to be pulling on Emma to make work.”..

Avenue 25 Gallery. The Peninsula Chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art presents a member exhibition, “Size Matters. May 11 through July 6. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. Reception 2 -4 p.m. May 12. Avenue 25 Gallery, 32 W. 25th Ave., second floor, San Mateo. peninsulawca.blogspot.com. Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. Light Works: Dan Flavin and Robert Irwin, through July 8. “Memory and Markets: Pueblo Painting in the Early 20th Century,” through May 27. Sculpture from the Fisher Collection, through Oct. 13, 2013. Central Nigeria Unmasked: Arts of the Benue River Valley, May 16 through Oct.14. “Not Wanting to Say Anything About Marcel: John Cage Plexigrams,” June 13-Nov. 11. 11 a.m.-5p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays; Thursdays till 8 p.m. Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way. 650-723-4177 or museum.stanford.edu.