Escape from Earth to 3 newly discovered planets, Ep. 117 Video
Escape from Earth to 3 newly discovered planets, Ep. 117 Video Transcript
They might it was Steve. -- He was developing a virtual touch screen device for paper. The device uses an ordinary camera projector allowing the touch based interface to quickly copied printed text or images by highlighting content using your fingertips. The projector shines and -- its frame that a user can resize by hand. The camera then scans crops and turns a selected area and -- digital files. Fujitsu plans to make this tech commercially available at some point in -- -- -- fourteen. Artist hang -- from Singapore is becoming well known first incredible 380 photo realistic paintings of aquatic life. Using acrylic paints in resident. Images he paints are so life like they look like they're about to jump out of the board. -- uses a layering technique pouring residential -- letting it -- containing one -- the aquatic creature. He did repeats the process and -- another layer. To get a 3-D effect two we use an object from nature to give the artwork depth in mass like this octopus pining for example we're used to -- for the octopus had. The series called alive without -- can be viewed on these deviant art with Flickr pages. A wealthy business -- in Hong Kong commissioned British craftsmen and lever furry purple pillows. Stuart Hughes to build a solid 44 carat gold iPhone 5 which is estimated to be worth fifty million dollars. I -- is decked out with 600 flawless white diamonds in a very rare 26 carat black diamond. Installed as the home button that has been in his daily for generation. Check out more -- devices crafted by Stuart Hughes including the solid gold iPad. In a solid gold Blackberry Bold it Stuart Hughes dot com. Complete fifteen classic videogame consoles with one controller using this box. Project unity contains the original circuit boards from fifteen classic game console. All powered by a single PSU and Al putting via a single -- cable. A modern known as bacteria took three years and 3500 man hours produce -- console and boasts of its ability to play eighteen different game console because the PS to play PS one games. The Atari 7800 -- 2600 games in the game -- will play GBA games. Here's a list of consoles that are currently supported by project community. Find out more about projects immediate -- by bacteria dot com. In Michigan judge held himself and contempt of court and ordered himself to pay a 25 dollar fine because his own cell phone went off during a court. When he learned a lesson -- teaching himself. And this is what happens when you use your giant iPad to make videos at sporting. -- A. -- NASA's Kepler space telescope recently located three planets in -- new planetary systems. That are the perfect distance from their sons to make them potentially life supporting for human beings. -- 62 after Kepler sixty QE and Kepler 169 C all fall within the criteria of a hospitable planet. It could possibly be -- greatest hope for getting off this rock. NASA scientists warned that there's no way to know for sure whether or not these planets do host life. But their discovery puts us one step closer to finding an earth like planet nearest stars similar to our site. Hi guys thanks for watching that show as always you can find all these stories and -- like a great dot cnet.com. And while you're there check out this week's crave giveaway we're giving away the great digital -- XBT waterproof Bluetooth speaker. Go to the blog and -- -- list. Since it is it is it's a bigger -- all type witty stuff. -- It featured a net amount taken video was gone on YouTube -- Security that it's already -- and it. It is a picture India. Yeah. -- -- That's pretty for -- -- your area. You know this is my I guess I'm utterly blowing in -- glow and they are right you said I don't men. How cool is that you -- -- adjustment easier.
How close are we to finding alien life? CNET contributor Boonsri Dickinson visits Geoff Marcy's lab at the University of California at Berkeley to hunt for Earth-like planets. Using the Keck telescope in Hawaii and data from the Kepler telescope, Marcy can detect planets millions of miles away.
NASA is born and the 10th planet is discovered.
The 404's Wilson Tang joins us today to discuss Microsoft's Build Conference currently taking place in Anaheim California. Stephen gives out his random temporary phone number on his new iPhone App called Ring Shuffle and receives around 40 calls within 20 minutes. Good times! Look for those voice mails on tomorrow's show. Also the Kepler Telescope has discovered 6 new Earth like planets giving us more options when we need to get off this rock. All that and more on today's Buzz Out Loud.
NASA held a press conference on April 12 to discuss its plans for using its new spacecraft, called Kepler, to search for planets that may have extraterrestrial life. CNET News.com's Zamir Haider reports.
With a thick chassis and features that don't rise above the pack, the Fujitsu M2010 will have a hard time breaking through the clutter of less-expensive systems.
With Donald, Darren, and Benito at the helm, there's nothing stopping us from devoting a third of the show to outer space. After all, NASA has 19 billion dollars to burn, humanity has a new planet to play with, and space travelers now get their own special beer. Plan your space vacation now, because life on earth is getting creepy. Android apps are watching you, Groupon is launching a human breeding program, and the era of Minority Report "pre-crime" detection is nearly here. -Donald
See the latest flight report for the Mars Exploration Rover project, featuring video from Rovers "Spirit" and "Opportunity" shot on the terrain of the Red Planet. Video courtesy of NASA.
In the heart-racing sci-fi adventure "Zathura," two squabbling bothers are propelled into deepest, darkest space while playing a mysterious game they discovered in the basement of their old house. On their fantastic journey, they are joined by a stranded astronaut and must survive meteor showers, hostile lizard-like aliens, a rocket-propelled robot run amok and an intergalactic space battle. But their greatest peril lies ahead. For unless they finish the game and reach the planet Zathura, they are doomed to be trapped in outer space forever. Based on the best-selling book by the acclaimed children's writer Chris Van Allsburg (The Polar Express, Jumanji) with a screenplay by David Koepp and John Kamps. Directed by Jon Favreau. Starring Tim Robbins, Josh Hutcherson, Jonah Bobo, Dax Shepard, and Kristen Stewart.
Using the latest satellite data NASA produced "A Tour of the Cryosphere: Earth's Frozen Assets." This is a dramatic and colorful look at our planet from high above, and the changes that are taking place. Captions in this video may be illegible in small video window.\r\n
On today's show, we discover the universe's biggest diamond floating out there in space. Plus, the FCC is investigating why cell phone networks went down during this week's East Coast earthquake, especially with Hurricane Irene bearing down on the East Coast even as we speak. Our BOL PSA to you: text, don't call. And also, be safe. Plus, Pandora makes some money and the most awkward voicemail session ever.
- Fujitsu's FingerLink
- Artist Keng Lye
- Golden iPhone 5
- Project Unity classic game console
- Judge holds himself in contempt
- Foul ball smashes into iPad
- NASA has found 3 new habitable planets
- Crave giveaway: Grace Digital Ecoxbt waterproof Bluetooth speaker
- 90-year-old grandma rocks an Oculus Rift VR headset