How to clip your nails in space, Ep. 105 Video
How to clip your nails in space, Ep. 105 Video Transcript
It isn't Steve coming to you from CES 2013. Las Vegas. And this is -- and didn't you. -- -- The Consumer Electronics Show began in New York City in 1967. In this -- -- -- the largest trade shows in the world boasting a record number of attendees at more than 153000. In 2012. With more than 3000 exhibitors showing -- their products this year's CES did not disappoint attracting some of the coolest gadgets from all over the world. Here's a montage of some of the creepy highlights from 2013. Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. And it's Jericho I think probably. -- -- -- -- -- -- and iPad mounted on a plastic toilet her potty training your toddler. You can download apps for toilet training and it comes equipped with a and there was showing off their line of shatter proof screen protectors which allow you to literally -- hammer your iPhone without breaking the class. -- own -- a -- -- these screen protectors to the test is survived to write about it. It's one Goodwin got to test the -- electric skateboard which senses shipping in your body weight and propels -- forward in the direction you are leaning. Can be adorable on that thing. Bridget Carey got to play with the legal mind -- Ev3 which are -- legal robot that react to the surroundings and are powered by remote control. And are completely hackable allowing Intel to program different actions at the robots can perform. -- -- where people these things are dangerous in the do you come equipped with weapons. And Donald bell had the pleasure test driving the first ever might controlled helicopter from puzzle box. Called the orbit using nothing but the thoughts of his pretty little heads. Luckily he was able to keep his disturbing thought to himself and he did not name any. You can see more of cnet's extensive coverage of CES 2013. At CES dot cnet.com. In other non CES related years. Canadian astronaut Chris Hatfield -- helpful how to video and how to clip her nails in space without them becoming a dangerous flying object. This is a problem for astronauts -- glad -- -- finally being addressed in this informative video let's watch. I discuss my -- here. You know it's gonna fly everywhere you get your eyes people of freedom that it. And -- figure. We decided to do -- it's Motorola and air ducts where the air is pulled him. And except myself -- cut my nails right here over the top so that my fingernails we'll get pulled down into the then it's not going away. And it's. -- -- And her. Big -- is selling the Hal 9000 life size replica which they're calling the most movie accurate Hal 9000 replica ever created. The replicas machine from aircraft grade aluminum is based on blueprints and studio files from the original movie. -- -- And. And a group of geeks from Texas every created Mario Kart in real life. The fine folks at Waterloo labs produces amazing video explaining how they created their own technology to reproduce the vehicles and weapons in Mario Kart. He also wrote their own software to help control the racetrack and all the moving parts. You could see the full video -- Waterloo labs channel on YouTube. Right guys that's different crib from CES 2013. Las Vegas -- for watching you'll find all these stories that -- dot cnet.com. We'll see you next time. And check out this week's crave giveaway for giving away this laptop bags full of C -- wag. --
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