MIT makes an interactive water 'display' with lots of potential (Tomorrow Daily)

Virgin Galactic unveils a new spacecraft in its journey toward commercial space travel; also, MIT's Media Lab unveils a way to manipulate water into various shapes.

We wondered how Virgin Galactic would recover from its tragic spacecraft crash back in October 2014, and now, it looks like we have an answer: the VSS Unity, a new craft designed to inspire hope in the company's continuing march toward private space travel.

MIT Media Lab is well known for its innovations and experiments, and HydroMorph is no different. The idea seems simple at first, but when you hear about the possible applications for an interactive water installation, you'll be impressed at the concept and how it works.

319: MIT makes an interactive water 'display' with lots of potential (Tomorrow Daily)

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