Tomorrow Daily 041: Chairless chairs, artificial skin that changes color, and a Lego building

On today's show, an exoskeleton that creates a chair for you, no matter where you are; artificial, autonomous skin that changes color; and breaking ground on a Lego "experience center."

We need that chairless chair exoskeleton. There's no doubt it will make our trips to Disneyland way more tolerable. Also, is autonomous, color-changing skin really creepy, or is it just us?

Lastly, that Lego center looks ridiculously cool. We're already booking our tickets. Or, maybe we should just wait it out until someone makes an Oculus Rift VR tour...

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Tomorrow Daily 041 [mp3]: Chairless chairs, artificial skin that changes color, and a Lego building

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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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