Tomorrow Daily 033: Tractor beams, Microsoft's Hyperlapse technology, human harps, and more

On today's show, Rich and Ashley discuss future uses of a new 'tractor beam' technology, swoon over Microsoft's Hyperlapse video algorithm, and listen to a bridge played like a harp.

We can't believe how smoothly Microsoft's new Hyperlapse technology works. A lot of filmmakers and indie channels will go nuts for this kind of thing, but we're wondering if it will end up Windows-only, or if Microsoft will license the idea to other companies.

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Tomorrow Daily 033 [mp3]: Tractor beams, Microsoft's Hyperlapse technology, human harps, and more

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About the author

Rich DeMuro is a tech enthusiast who has been tinkering with gadgets since the days of CompuServe and 386 computers. He hosts a syndicated Tech Report for local TV news stations nationwide and lives in Los Angeles. These days he's all about mobile devices and doing his best to limit his 3-year-old son's iPad time.

Ashley Esqueda

Ashley Esqueda is a Senior Editor at CNET TV, currently hosting the new show Tomorrow Daily. She is comprised largely of ham and cheese, and there's nowhere she won't go to get a laugh (especially at her own expense). In her spare time, she greatly enjoys karaoke, feeding her Diablo 3 addiction, and hanging out with her husband, Jimi. See full bio

 

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