DIY pet insect robot crawls into production, Ep. 136 Video
DIY pet insect robot crawls into production, Ep. 136 Video Transcript
I'm gonna -- -- meet him and this is crane. An owner of DC comics villains month all of the comic book covers will be printed with -- in particular printing technique. To give two dimensional -- the appearance of three dimension knowledge. DC comics about the equivalent of a months worth of plastic production from the factory in China -- -- covers -- being comic shops throughout the month of September. Featuring only PC build. DC comics learned of the printing techniques from a company called national graphics -- usually pretty graphics on harder plastic items like -- Ring clock is an -- go -- project aiming to move your watch from your wrist to your finger. It actually looks really cool and it's made from stainless steel and LED's. When you rotate the ring the times display. The campaign goal -- 282500. Dollars. And production will begin by spring of 20143. Will cost throughout 200 dollars and come with a wireless Q -- charging -- Which is also used to set the time. Hot wheels has built the world's highest -- tracks the company built the track during the BC and fan fest in event devoted to Formula One Racing. In Barcelona Spain. Think -- large pieces of the track into place connecting them all with elaborate little transitions for the -- -- pastor. A little boy was given the honor of setting the hot wheels car loose on the track. -- bring new media bring. Creep me out isn't that and Dryden. Operating system. Delivery service drone seem to be a thing the past few years when I share with you the birthday -- delivering -- from China. We -- user posted photos on the Chinese social network but I'm still -- operated by the delivery service SF express. Who later admitted to running trials of the service after media reports picked up on the photos. The company did manage to documents livery crossing the Huang who river with a high end 300 dollar K. China considers you may be expressed totally legal. -- like the US for commercial -- use is tied up by the Federal Aviation Administration. Until new regulations are issued -- 2015. -- you needed a good atonement. You're having a hard time finding that -- -- seem to -- -- collects anonymous confession submitted by visitors to the site. Yes scene goes dot com and then broadcast them on the side along with entertaining illustration. And it will tweak a few scenes -- the Twitter feed at simple good. And dash robotics are building lightweight inexpensive origami doing yourself robots and currently are raising funds and -- and innovation dot com to get the dash -- into production. -- and educational -- starter kit for kids when explorer learn about the world of robotics engineering and biology. The kit comes -- flat sheet of cardboard that the user must build -- weather Katrina electronics in a built in sensor suite which can be programmed to react to light. -- to do waffle. The insect like robot can be remotely controlled with a Smartphone or tablet and starts at forty dollars for the alpha dash kit. Hi guys thanks for watching is always a good fight all the easiest way. Cnet's crave blog -- crave dot cnet.com and check out this week's crave giveaway. This week's crave giveaway is -- -- shatter proof screen -- Your mobile device with the dangers -- -- go to the blog -- enter to win. --
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