Crave Ep. 142: Electronic makeup gives new meaning to inter-'face'

Electronic makeup turns devices on and off with a blink, the underwater Internet is swimming to an ocean near you, and video-chat with your pet while at work.


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Blinklifier, which consists of metal false eyelashes and conductive eyeliner, lets you power devices on and off just by blinking. We video-chat with Fido -- and remotely give him a treat -- while at work. And guess who bought James Bond's Lotus submarine? The answer probably won't shock you. All that and more on this week's Crave show.

Crave stories:

- PetChatz dispenses video, treats, scents on command

- Toss your bike key with BitLock Bluetooth lock

- Five great zombie short films you can watch online

- Underwater Internet may be coming to an ocean near you

- Elon Musk is the anonymous buyer of the James Bond Lotus submarine

- Electronic makeup lets you control gadgets with a wink

- Bad Lip Reading takes on 'Game of Thrones'

- Drone captures SpaceX Grasshopper hitting 2,400 feet

- Crave giveaway: A 40-inch LCD HDTV from TCL

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- Stephen on Google+

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