The TeleNav Shotgun's Internet connectivity brings dynamic content to the driver, but the functionality is a bit limited at this time, and the GPS needs to work out some performance issues before we give it co-pilot duties.
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This laser shotgun works a lot like the Death Star, concentrating powerful laser beams through a single focal point. Trust us, you wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of this thing.
This week on Crave, a YouTube laser enthusiast shows off a laser shotgun with similarities to the Death Star. Plus, we check out a real-life Grand Theft Auto, and NASA makes a music video. That's right. A music video.
A YouTuber with a history of building stuff with lasers and almost no common sense constructs a 40-watt laser shotgun.
We never thought we'd be writing this, but apparently there are two fish playing Street Fighter 2, and it's live-streaming on Twitch right now. This is not a drill. Goldfish are, in fact, playing a video game (with the help of some clever programming).
On today's show, Ashley and Khail check out how NASA might use tiny robot swarms to search for resources on other planets, watch two goldfish play Street Fighter 2, and discuss an art installation consisting of a shotgun re-imagined into a flute.
Made out of disabled shotguns, these robotic flutes play music corresponding to the rise and fall of US arms exports.
Lesson one: sentry robots are highly combustible and make excellent distractions.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET gets a hands-on preview of a world-first VR entertainment facility before it opens its doors to the public on August 15.