Quiksilver Japan's new suit has a bit of a superspy aura about it: it's made of neoprene and other water-resistant materials, enabling its wearer to catch some waves at the nearest beach, and then jet to a business meeting (or a black tie affair) without changing clothes.
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The EXACTO (short for Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordinance) program is tasked with developing a guided bullet for snipers in combat. DARPA just announced they're making progress, but we're a little freaked out by this futuristic firepower.
On today's show, we check out a wet suit that's also a business suit and accessories that use sound to send commands to your smartphone, and gossip about Silicon Valley Fashion Week's drone models. #TDSuit
Comic "Modern Polaxis" has some nifty AR features for readers, but its creator decided to take it a step further and tattoo a scene straight from the book onto his forearm. If you're wondering if AR still works via tattoo, it does -- and it looks epic.
On today's show, we geek out over a comic book tattoo animated with the help of AR, discuss the HoloLens demos at Microsoft Build 2015, and admire the special new elevators at the One World Observatory in New York City. #TDTat
Ashley and Khail try to figure out how to make DARPA's new bullets less terrifying, explain how Yahoo Labs is working on bringing biometric scanners to low-cost smartphones, and take a look at the kitchen of the future.
This weekend, Konami delisted itself from the New York Stock Exchange, and its highly anticipated horror game "Silent Hills" was officially canceled. Those events, plus rumors of legendary game creator Hideo Kojima parting ways with the company have us wondering what's going on over there.
Khail and Ashley speculate about what's going on at Konami, see paper transform into an interactive medium, and watch tiny robots pull more than 100 times their own weight. #TDKonami
On today's show, Ashley and Khail explain why NASA's MRV is putting the "fun" in function, how Microsoft wants to change gesture tech with its Handpose innovation and what the deal is with Google's new wireless service, Google Fi. #TDMRV
NASA developed the MRV (Modular Robotic Vehicle), a go-kart-esque vehicle that's massively entertaining to watch in motion. With four independently functioning wheels, a zero-degree turn radius and some serious drifting capabilities, we're dying to take it for a (literal) spin.