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Crave: MIT's inForm turns 3D digital data into something physical, Ep. 146
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Crave: MIT's inForm turns 3D digital data into something physical, Ep. 146

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This week on Crave, we're amazed by an MIT tech innovation. We get all panoramic with the Panono camera and Google's Street Views of Venice, Italy, and we watch a man blow up a PS4 with a high-powered rifle for really no good reason other than he can.

Hey guys many -- even -- and here's what's happening this week on cnet's crave -- -- Familiar with the start up out of Berlin Germany which recently launching an -- -- campaign to raise funds for their through mobile 36 lens all camera. The nodal panoramic ball camera houses 36 fixed focus camera with a total resolution of seven. You simply throw the ball on the air when it reached its peak hi all 36 cameras take an image which is -- -- Smartphone or tablet. You can move your tablet to view different angles of the image because the ball captures -- 360. By 360 degree view of the world around you. It connects your phone or tablet via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi and contains internal Flash Memory to store -- to 400 panorama. When used without a Smartphone or tablet connection. Your images wirelessly send your Smartphone for a quick preview and what's completely processed. It is sent to a free cloud stitching service with the image can be shared social media. -- -- different total cost around 600 dollars when it comes to. Google street view has finally come to the beautiful water canals of Venice Italy. Now you can virtually two were 265. Miles on -- in -- 114 miles on water taxis covering many of at least 117. Islands. We'll -- one of their trackers armed with Google's 33 pound backpack. That houses the spherical camera containing fifteen cameras that capture 360 degree panorama as locations all over the world. -- was doing a lot more on foot exploration with -- trackers these days including the Galapagos Islands even going as far as to use scuba divers to capture coral reefs and -- life. You can find a link for the Venice Google street view in the Galapagos island street view in the crave blog post. If for no good reason other than he can command blew away and nice brand new shiny PS -- with a high powered rifle. Watch the video through. Back in episode 119 the crave it was a story about caffeine infused -- that -- to reduce meaning that. We'll follow up to that story to women are suing the -- -- being -- For consumer for -- breach of warranty and unjust enrichment. In -- related clothing tech story a company called tell me care has invented a 3-D printed fabric they're calling cozy flights. The stretchy material is biodegradable and 3-D printed using afraid -- materials including natural rubber latex. Polymers and cotton fibers which combined to construct a pair of disposable underpants. We want stuff to what happened to him. The process takes less than three seconds and is fully automated. The husband wife team who invented the underpants believe we can produce up to ten million pairs of underpants a year. MIT's tangible media group that's created in form which allows -- user to be in two places at the same time well sort. Inform users to connect motion sensor to -- bodily movements and then re create them on a table of physical pixels. This allows someone to manipulate objects from the other end of an Internet connection. The pixels on the informed Kapler grid of 900 motorized pains me to have police history. They -- each extend -- to four inches from the surface and are powered by computer controlled linkages and actuators under the table. The Kinect sensor reads the human movement and years it on the plane pixels. Users can even pick up objects and connect -- re create the shape of that object on the pixel -- The moving pixels also have the ability to display projections for use with the graphs and other kinds of visual mediums. And -- scenic gets well soon as this looks really cool. Hey guys thanks for watching the show as always you can find all these news stories is cnet's crave -- -- -- dot cnet.com. And check out this week's crave giveaway this week's crave giveaway I wish I could win -- is giving away all 52 DC comics to read you bill and month and covers. Go to the blog and enter to win. We're planning next night -- well yeah do you are pretty. You know. Dad. But it back act. If you. -- -- --

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