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Crave: Bluetooth toilet humor, Ep. 104

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Crave: Bluetooth toilet humor, Ep. 104

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On this week's Crave show, we check out a wearable robotic tail that wags when you get excited. If that gets you wagging, you'll want to see the Satis Bluetooth toilet and smartphone app. And in honor of winter, we learn how a snowflake is born.

Davis is even here's what's happening this week on cnet's. -- -- -- -- is a wearable tail and kick starter that lags when you get excited. The tail hangs for -- -- that has sensors on the inside reacts to the user's heart rate. When the person wearing the -- gets excited to tail wags seriously. When their -- -- just -- swings back and forth slowly. Alien inventor showed that issue -- Atari is also the inventor of the prototype -- -- -- aware brain wave control cat -- called nickel Mimi. Customers of the cat here's left him so much to ask them to produce a matching -- that he decided to start work on Haley. Daily costs about 97 dollars and you can find out more about -- on kick start. Did you forget to flush. When you can rest easy because the Japanese company called -- still has invented the Bluetooth toilet and an accompanying Smartphone app for Android. The -- -- toilets are set for release in 2013 encompass some helpful features using it out you can -- to -- flushed a toilet play music through built in speakers. Keep -- toilet diary. And the most fun feature of all of the extended but -- feature which you can most certainly scare the hell out of your friends. -- -- -- had an iPhone case it would be this one. Task one is a project does indeed -- -- that basically turns your iPhone into a Swiss army knife. The inventor of the -- -- -- former Apple engineer named -- Shelton who believes that your phone should do everything the case houses sixteen tools including -- 2.5 inch knife a one point eight inch someplace. Screwdrivers and a bottle opener. The screwdriver even -- to kick stand for watching video viewer interest in the task one case is available in black for 75 dollars for the first few hundred backers. Or you could just get -- The are. The University of Pittsburgh -- school of medicine have developed and successfully tested brain implants which allow a patient to operate a robotic arm -- -- control. Gym shower in a quadriplegic was able to feed herself cookies chocolate for the first time -- -- struck with spinal cerebellum. 1995. She was able to take a bite out of its chocolate bar using the power of her mind. IBM is developing computers that someday be able to smell your illness. The project told -- five is betting on a future where our senses will be accurately interpreted by computers in the years when he seventeen. This would allow your Smartphone to warn you -- have an upcoming cold flu are more serious illness. Idea was predicting that this technology will revolutionize medicine and -- -- serious disease before -- has a chance of becoming dangerous to a patient. And finally have you ever wondered how a snowflake has made. The American Chemical Society produces awesome video explaining exactly how a snowflake is created. It all starts with a tiny particle of dust floating in the cloud which eventually become surrounded by water vapor which then forms into an ice crystal. From there the ice crystal transforms itself after reacting with colder warmer air and blossoms into a beautiful little snowflake. Dig up the video at the bite sized Science Channel on YouTube. Right guys that's a show if you like a lot of these stories and covering -- find them all of cnet's crave blog. You can follow -- via RSS FaceBook Google+ newsletter mobile -- don't go and check it out. And while you're there check out this week's crave giveaway we're giving away -- sprint LG Optimus G Smartphone just go to this blog page and register to win. NASA Johnson now.
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