Crave Ep. 146: MIT's inForm turns 3D digital data into something physical

MIT dazzles with its tech innovation inForm, which allows users to "be" in two places at the same time.


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This week on Crave, we're amazed by an MIT tech innovation. We get all panoramic with the Panono camera and Google's Street Views of Venice, Italy, and we watch a man blow up a PS4 with a high-powered rifle for really no good reason other than he can and did. All that and more on this week's Crave show.

Crave stories:

- For true panoramic images, toss this camera in the air. Seriously

- Explore the Venice canals with Google Street View

- No pavement on the Galapagos? No problem for Google Street View

- Man obliterates PlayStation 4 with high-powered rifle in video

- Women sue: Caffeinated underwear doesn't zap fat

- Biodegradable 3D-printed underpants can be worn, tossed

- MIT technology makes it possible to 'be' two places at once

- Lady Gaga's flying dress looks like a giant drone

- Crave giveaway: All 52 of DC Comics' 3D Villains Month comics

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