3D-print yourself with Shapify, Ep. 147 Video
3D-print yourself with Shapify, Ep. 147 Video Transcript
I have my name -- -- -- and here's what's happening this week on cnet's crave blog. Team from the university of Sydney's Australian center for field robotics successfully tested -- four wheeled remote controlled robots are calling rover. To herd cattle from appealed to a nearby dairy. Groups of twenty to 150 Cal's for calmly -- -- heard it according to Donna -- a research officer for the analyst firm. Our wrists flex and currently the rover cost about one million dollars and is still in the prototype stage. The possibilities are on the farmer endless and in about two years drove her to be working on the floor. His responsibilities could include surveillance surveying soil sampling security -- management. And monitoring having according to Kendrick -- Can associate professor of veterinary science at the University of Sydney. In -- related cattle tech story tail lights to kick starter campaign that is raising funds for it LED horse -- technology. -- -- is a Wrangler -- search and rescue -- in the adventure of tail lights. The product consists of six strips of color changing how he's attached to a unit that -- the CPU and a battery pack. It has a battery life for fifteen hours of continuous use. There are three brightness settings to low for -- right medium for solo rides and -- the super bright yellows dropping pattern for emergency situation. Gross got the idea was one of her friends was hit by a car while writing at night and of course -- badly injured. You can purchase tail lights now on fixed sort of -- -- 160 dollars with a single color version and 200 dollars for the multi -- -- -- -- -- was transformed in the Gotham city last week when the make a wish foundation teamed up with the city of San Francisco. And more than 101000 volunteers to make a five -- -- wish come true. -- stuff is -- leukemia for some time it is now in remission. But the big wish foundation and a smile for his wish -- says and this. At that kids drive. Please cape crusader we need you and bringing about kid. Now for some quickie -- stories the Oxford English dictionary name to -- -- be -- were to be here for 2013. -- and owner of the Doctor Who fiftieth anniversary celebration here's an image of all the doctors from Doctor Who and one based composite. You know you've seen that why not learn how to build a game its -- iron -- using simple lawn chair. -- to -- quick ride on an all terrain electric skateboard. For want to get a pair of these solar powered -- lesson the -- you're Smart -- To go more from the island of misfit tech at the creative block. Keep the fight -- he is a service that uses your Microsoft connect to the readings and yourself and then you're reading quiz your very own self these -- We need to do is download and install the -- by dot Apple. And the Microsoft Kinect SD KB. Din connector connect your computer press the capture button to start scanning. Stand three feet away from the connect which should be chest height. Strike -- pose. And we'll take your body holding the pose in 45 degree increments. -- -- BF 59 dollars cheaper fight we'll send you a little red version of yourself in action figure four. I think your work. Hey guys things are watching the show as always you can find all these new stories is cnet's crave blog. Green dot -- dot com and check out this week's crave giveaway this -- crave is giving way to hynix Bluetooth more I think keyboards. This -- wireless keyboard can think up to four devices go to the blog and enter to win. --
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