Mr. Ghost App Ep. 102 Video
Mr. Ghost App Ep. 102 Video Transcript
This week on crave. Tweeting is for the birds and who you gonna call this -- -- that. -- -- -- -- was -- Beecham and this is crave. -- artists Baltimore's -- created a viral marketing campaign for IR magazine with the concept everyone has a right to be heard. So with this in -- -- given birds of voice in the ability to tweet. My sticky pieces of bacon fat to a keyboard he was able to record -- keystrokes which are automatically entered into the Twitter feed at hungry birds. As expected there tweets were unintelligible. The mr. -- EMS detectors to kick starter project which consists of an Apple in an -- -- -- the plugs into the headphone Jack of your iPhone. -- Rasmussen the maker of mr. -- created the -- to monitor the electromagnetic radiation coming from appliances your car for whatever evil monster might be looking in here. The three pictures generate now are these regular -- -- meter. Something -- -- an irregular. Circle it'll give you the power of this they. It's actually showing you the waves sort of so you know you can -- policy and -- going on there and then there's that history at the level of the how so you can see where there's -- -- favorite art -- it is useful. One -- the right is the gyros we just kind of hard to see. -- here. Is that -- -- it in your annual click it heats skirted aliens style. Creating an environment around you speak on the signals back. -- has created the moxie Bluetooth speaker shower head. 499. Dollars you can sync your favorite shower time -- using your Smartphone from the shower head is -- genetically detachable and charges through built in USB connection. It has up to seven hours of battery life -- 1960. -- nozzles per pool water spray. This is the world's most expensive and rare legal piece. He was made between years 1979. In 1981 for select legal employees who had worked -- the company for more than 25 years. The Lago is me -- a fourteen karat gold and weighs zero point 8246. Troy palaces. It was recently sold a brick and V dot com website specializing illegal pieces for a whopping 141000. 499. Dollars and 99 cents. Became the -- -- com badges Star Trek the next generation inspired wearable personal communicators for iPhone in Android. The Bluetooth powered speakerphone clips to your shirt for quick and easy access to voice commands without the hassle -- having -- take your phone -- -- your pocket they get up Tehran's was a thing. It also doubles as a place to keep your work ID badge. Play at home -- Engineers at the Illinois institute of technology's robotics lab have been developing a machine that can move on land and in the air. Hi -- where the hybrid terrestrial material quad -- has a flexible cylindrical cage around at that acts like a real and it's on the ground as well as a shock absorber when landing. Because it can also drive on the ground high tech has a greater range and other quad -- because it uses less power. Experiments have shown that it can travel to four times more -- operates six times longer than -- only machines according to the lab. -- slate is an innovative iPhone 5 case of the rear four inch. The -- -- -- is a customizable second -- for the back of your iPhone that enables you to display any image on the iPhone. There's a black and white image on the back of your phone case. To change images owners can tap the back of the phone twice or Alter -- pick through the related pop sleeps half. The start of the seeking -- 150000. Dollars in funding by January 15 to get the project off the ground. You can expect a color. 2014. All right let's play around a -- -- it got into it -- into it I'm not into. This is -- Stewart got into -- -- -- -- of your great stories and vote on whether -- -- we are into it or not into it you can go to home and you're watching an unseen. The number and to generate interest revenue -- fashion brand new got best known for a conventionally designed wrist watches designer Michael -- what's the big New York City taxicabs. Out of Delorean is the problem is the only seem to argue -- -- not intuitive mobile number to a Ph.D. student University of Toronto has made a smiley -- kids -- to you that doubles as a medical sensor which keeps tabs on a person's exertion by -- this gives PH levels the eyes of a smiley face service electrodes all the years or contact points from measuring devices to connect to. You -- and number three train for chocolate is an app for this until ambit GPS watch and counts the calories you've burned during the data and reports back at how much chocolate that equals can also set -- appear -- find out how many -- you've burned off for the day. Current 431 calories great -- two point 87 Beers years. -- -- and -- reveal the results in the next show. All right that's our show for this week thank you very much for watching my name is -- -- you can find all these -- stories at cnet's crave blog at crave dot cnet.com. And while you're there check out this week's Friday poll. What would you pay for an iPad -- -- will see you next time. -- --
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