Crave Ep. 168: Man-made leaf could breathe air into buildings, spaceships

Deep space seems a little closer to human exploration thanks to inventor Julian Melchiorri's oxygen-exhaling artificial leaf, and smart shoes guide our travels closer to home.


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This week on Crave we are road trippin' with the Lechal haptic shoe, which guides you in the right direction. We dream about traveling where no man has gone before with the help of a man-made leaf that converts carbon dioxide to oxygen. And we check out the "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie in Lego!

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Man-made 'breathing' leaf is an oxygen factory for space travel

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