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Step into "Jurassic Park" by trying your hand at hacking the park's computer system using the online Jurassic Systems emulator.
Even Homer Simpson couldn't cause problems at the plant with Fujitsu's prototype smart glove and augmented reality glasses.
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Normally I'd be against a glove that helps me "play with myself," but I want one of these.