When the moon hits your 3D-printed pizza pie, Ep. 122 Video
When the moon hits your 3D-printed pizza pie, Ep. 122 Video Transcript
-- is even here's what's happening this week on cnet's crave blog. -- NASA wants a 3-D print a pizza. Mechanical engineer -- -- contractor with systems and materials research and Austin, Texas. It's hard at work developing a 3-D printer for food. NASA gave systems and materials of 125000. Dollar grant to develop the technology to 3-D print food in deep space much like the Star Trek food replicate her. Tomato soup. And hot. Hot plain tomato soup -- Contractor has already created a proof of concept printer that prints chocolate -- a cookie so making a pizza should be a piece of cake. The goal is to print out the dough and could get at the same time -- printing out sauce and topped. Microsoft unveiled the Xbox one this week and here's my three sentence review -- in next generation Xbox. -- -- -- Looks good too Nintendo -- used duct taped together. -- -- I can't play any of my current Xbox-360 games on it. Daredevil base jumper Matthew -- shut this terrifying footage -- -- helmet mounted go pro hero three. And luckily lived to tell about. Southeast parachute became entangled after base jumping off -- -- -- started Italy. He fell more than 1000. Bouncing off rocks and giving us perspective only seen in our nightmares. Matthew escaped without major injury and plans on continuing his death defying stunts in the future. UCLA health recently life treated and find a brain surgery. The patient was implanted with a brain pacemaker to counteract the effects of Parkinson's disease. After pulling back the scandalous -- attaching electrodes doctors woke up the patient how to play the guitar to keep his brain -- The lives find meaning experiment was done to bring more awareness to implantable deep brain stimulation devices. -- can have a positive effect on the lives of people with parkinson's chronic headaches and Estonian. Eighteen year old high school student he should care won second place in the Intel international science and engineering fair. For creating a super capacitor that can fully charged cell phone within twenty to thirty seconds. Cares project design and synthesis of hydrogen needed TIO that you -- -- in arrives for flexible high performance -- to passengers. In layman's terms is a tiny device that fits inside cell phone batteries allowing them to fully charged with and twenty to 37. NASA recently captured video of a media -- striking the surface of the moon causing a massive explosion. For about one and the impact site. Following fourth magnitude star the media -- weighed around 100 pounds and was about one point five feet in diameter. But he was traveling at 56000. Miles per hour extra. -- and happy birthday to ethernet who turned the big 40 this -- ethernet was invented by Bob Metcalf in 1973 at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center. As a way to network computers. This is the original memo -- Bob -- around the office sharing his idea of ethernet. For -- -- -- are watching is always a good fight all these news stories that braves got cheated out. And she got this week's crave giveaway crave is giving away the boom -- -- boom but -- speaker still have your choice of black white blue or green. Go to the blog and enter to win. --
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