CNC router is a pretty niche field.
It’s a machine that can take the shape of an object, and it then moves it.
The company says that’s why it’s used so much in machine learning, where the aim is to predict how objects will respond to different inputs.
But IBM says its Centroid cNUC router is more than that.
It’s capable of processing images and audio from its cameras and microphones, and using machine learning to figure out where the object is on the computer screen.
The company says it has already developed a software that can detect when objects are moving and then track its movement.
It has also developed a device that can be plugged into a router to collect data on the location of the object.
IBM says the centroid router has been used in the UK and in Australia.
This isn’t the first time IBM has built a router for a cnc machine.
In 2017, it released a router that could control an Arduino-based cnc laser and a Raspberry Pi computer.
The IBM Centroid CNC Router, the latest in the milling and design arms race, uses a combination of infrared sensors and a camera to track objects.
The company is targeting a $1,400 price point, and you can get it for $600 through IBM’s own online store. Via IBM