Crave: Seeing the world through porn-colored Glasses, Ep. 123
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Crave: Seeing the world through porn-colored Glasses, Ep. 123

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An adult app store is building apps for Google Glass (oh, don't act surprised). Plus, a PR2 robot knows when you're ready for your next beer, and pirates love "Arrested Development."

Hey guys this is Steve a lot of schools that happening at cnet's crave blog has become feeling good -- -- -- my -- did it's great. -- In news that's close to my heart Cornell university's personal robotics lab. Has -- -- PR two robot to figure out where and when to pour beer and to perform other actions that require anticipation. The PR two robot uses to connect -- 3-D camera and a database of 3-D videos as a reference for determining what might happen in the future. By analyzing objects in the scenes the robot is able to choose the most likely next steps for activities like eating drinking cleaning of putting things away. In this example the robot observes -- man standing by the fridge holding a -- The robot analyzes the situation in using an algorithm he knows to -- demand by opening the fridge for him. In another example the -- he's a man sitting at the table with an empty cup. Without the anticipatory algorithm running. The robot quickly pours the beer onto the table unable to anticipate man's movements. -- once algorithm has been activated the robot can now determine where the cut might be when the Beers -- and not a drop this bill. That you know pole smile Smartphone bracelets slash watch isn't -- -- project loaded with tons of features. The smile runs on a Linux operating system and we'll be able to learn the types of movies you like it will monitor your sleep. It has a Siri like personal systems built. Other features include speech recognition desktop quality gaming and emotional sensors that pick up on your -- The Smartphone -- currently has a price tag of 380 dollars for the 128 gigabyte model. It can be tethered to your existing Smartphone if you prefer to use it like that. -- Google campaign goal is trying to raise 300 dollars to get the -- pulls into production. -- -- three is both the remote controlled car and a quad copter. -- kick starter project was invented by UK computational engineering Ph.D. student white told me on the check. -- drives on four wheels which also how to protect quad copter -- making the vehicle able to launch vertically into the air. The toy quad -- is equipped with an onboard HD camera shooting at 1280 by 720. It has a poly carbonate body and material used to protective goggles and riot shields up. Because between 50600. Dollars and white told envisions a future where -- might some day carry people. Students -- quick news hits the revamped Arrested Development on Netflix in the -- for high. Torrent freak reported this week that the show has been illegally downloaded over 175000. Times in the first few days of its release. Quid pro -- You can get a one month free trial for Netflix -- -- them all for free once the season is over just saying Russian scientists uncovered a well preserved wooly mammoth who was frozen under solid ice for millions of years. They were able to easily extract blood and tissue samples from the minute. The scientists have partnered with controversial South Korean cloning scientist Hwang -- -- who was found to have fixed data involving a procedure to clone human embryonic stem cells. The goal is to clone a woolly mammoth Jurassic Park style. And finally now -- holes have -- acts. Android -- doled out stormy -- told ZD net that porn is coming to Google glass why not. Porn is everywhere else was just a matter of time the porn site plans -- producing content not just for -- by using Google glass. So one can only imagine appeal he hands free content in HD. They got six or watching as always you can -- -- all these news stories at cnet's crave blog crave at cnet.com. Here's we're giving away this week in the crave giveaway. We're giving away the -- instead BO atlas case and the iPhone 5. It's a waterproof case equipped for outdoor adventures go to the blog and enter to win. -- Asking what. Hopes and -- down here. -- you know cast what can. -- You can't call them. You'll get the people who -- And ideals and strive to -- stone. An awful. And -- time. It will help them.
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