Tomorrow Daily 141: A 3D-printed violin... or alien weaponry?On today's show, we're discussing first-person sports TV, a silicone chip with heart muscle in the middle and a wild 3D-printed violin you've got to see to believe.
On today's show, scientists show off a heart chip that responds to medication just like a real living human heart. Why watch sports like a normal human being, when you could watch it through the eyes of the player himself or herself? And we're gonna show you a 3-D printed violin that looks mysteriously like a Klingon weapon. Do you know how to speak Klingon? I will translate that. Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Greetings citizens of the internet welcome to Tomorrow Daily, the best geek talk show in the known universe. I'm your host, Ashley Esqueda. Joining me as always. Khail anonymous. you didn't let me speak. I was clearing my throat. I was, well that is speaking Klingon. Isn't it? Like, clearing your throat? That's the joke. that's the joke. Is anybody watching the show actually speaks Klingon? I'm really curious to know how to say Tomorrow Daily in Klingon. So record an MP3 and email us at Tomorrow [UNKNOWN] dot com. That's a real test on That's a real fan test Like on how intense our audience is here How legit are you? do you speak Klingon? You still know one more language than I do. That is [UNKNOWN]. I do know almost two languages. I barely can speak English, I can barely string two words together. We have some really fun stories today. Definitely. So as always, every day on the show, let's talk about the headlines. [MUSIC] I thought this was a crazy example of future tech. This is so cool. It's straight out of a science fiction book. It also freaked me out a little bit, but- It's health tech. It is health tech. So it's, always seems a little like- A little weird? Yea, like crazy. Yea, it's always a little weird. So this is from UC Berkeley, it's a research team at UC Berkley. Which sums up, guys. Because you, research team, created a very special chip. And what this chip does, it's about an inch long, and it's got a bit of cardiac muscle in the middle. And it;s embedded inside this like silicone body, and the way it's designed is make the, the little bit of muscle respond to medication, like heart medication, the exact same way a human heart would. Oh, so trial and error. Yeah, so here a heart on a chip. So here are heart cells beating normally and then they're going to give it different medications and see how these heart cells. Respond, otherwise. So it's kind of awesome bec, for a few reasons, number one being it could br, this type of technology [CROSSTALK] could replace animal testing. Yeah! That would be fantastic. Which is great news. And, because, you know, first of all, using animals is a little bit uneth, it's like some people would argue it's unethical. Yeah. And, and, of course, like you, you know, the animals probably don't like it. [LAUGH] But- Is it more expensive? It, it is more expensive, I'll get into the price. Like, there's a, oh my God, the, the numbers on this, there's some, there are some statistics on this that are crazy. But the other part of it is, is that, obviously, animals are not us, and they're not human. Uh-huh. So, when you give them something, we might react to it very differently, meaning more trial and error. So, this is something that, they're very excited about. And Kevin Heeley. Who is the professor in charge of the team who developed this chip was talking about it and he said, it takes about $5 billion, with a B, to develop one drug, usually, on average, about $5 billion dollars. And a well-designed model a human organ, kind of like this, could basically cut the traditional cost in time and raise the efficiency. And you know, medicinal development, I mean it would be so much easier if you were developing, knew you were developing specifically for human tissue and could see exactly how it reacted. Yeah. So it could really change the way that we develop medication. Which is pretty awesome. Yeah, it's pretty fantastic. Yeah, so it, this is how they make these, like, muscles. They don't just, like, open you up and take out some heart, some parts. They don't do that. Alright, so explain it. So they take an adult stem cell, and with stem cells, you can sort of train them. You can coax them into being different types of cells, and so they, they coax these. Adult stem cells into being heart cells, like cardiac, to muscle tissue. You know, so it's heart muscles grown in a lab and it's, they place it inside the cell [UNKNOWN] chamber and the chamber itself is actually designed to mimic blood vessels. Like the way, so to deliver the drugs is very similar in the way we get them in our heart. And so, and the tissue remains functional for, like, a few weeks, and you can test multiple drugs on it. So, which is great, you can test multiple things, you don't have worry about, like, oh, we have to wait for this to get out of the system, like, blah blah blah. And then, the next step of this, which I thought was totally insane, if you think about this heart on a chip, you can make an entire, sort of, computer of the human body. With these like stem cells, they want to make, they want to try to move forward in building other organs on chips and then, and then actually connecting all of them as if it were a human. Like a little testing ground. Yeah. For all these different medicines. Because sometimes, because sometimes when you take a medication you have a side effect, so maybe, or as we all know there are some medications that are. Well, let's say good for your heart, they help a specific condition, but really bad for either your liver, your kidneys,- Yeah. Or other organs [CROSSTALK] Yeah, you could- And so they're saying now you can see- Dominos falling or whatever. Now you can see, like, with that type of technology, Bill, you could see exactly how your specific individual body would, respond to, like, different kinds of medication. so very personalized medicine. Like this, this is something that could be really, really cool a few years in the future and I just thought it was amazing they were able to sort of replicate the way the human heart works and responds to medication on a one inch chip. So how long, far along are they? You said that they want to do like all different types of organs. They're only working on the heart right now? They're working on the heart right now, and that was the thing that we saw in the video. Like you could see these like little heart, like heart cells, they were kind of beating almost. Yeah, adorable little heart cells. Cute little. Cute, cute little heart cells. You look so adorable. I just want to squeeze you. Yea. So they're working on heart cells and then, and then I think like one of the things they specifically mentioned was, you know, like kidney or liver, which is, you know, cause your body processes medication through those Yeah. organs. So it's like. And a lot of other junk so, they're saying that, like, that would be a logical next step is sort of like either that or, you know, maybe your lungs so i felt that was so cool. Yeah! I'm scared. It is a little again, scare-citing, it's very scare-citing, but it's so like, it's so it's really impressive. It's fantastic. Yeah. Super good. So nice job UC Berkeley. We can save the animals for, you know. Eating. Yeah and wearing clothes. [LAUGH] Yeah. Wait what? And putting clothes on them. You're a monkey? No. Okay. All right. Okay go please continue. Okay so this technology is much needed in the world of sports. Okay. Okay' cuz [UNKNOWN] just watch sports. Just see a bunch of guys running around or whatever. Yeah and they all look so small. They're all there. They're all little guys running around high fiving each other hitting each other the **** whatever it is. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Whatever it is they're doing over there well this new technology lets you live. The sport from the actual field. Whoa. Or, or whatever. So basically what this is. This is called First Vision One. It's a Spanish start-up club, and they basically Whoa. Mount a camera on the athlete so that you can see what it's like from their view. And it sends it so you can watch it. In a low latency live stream. You can actually see That's cool. It live. And even, like, if you're looking at the screen, it also shows their heart rate. Ya, I was going to ask, what's this Where their heart rate, On the bottom left side of the screen, you can see like a heart beating, and a number. That's their heart rate as they're playing. Oh my god Ya, so you can see how much they're getting into it. Now what's crazy about this is you know the technology of cameras and live streaming has gotten so for that this is 1080p HD footage, yeah. It's just this little tiny camera that they wear on them and it feeds back immediately Super light weight, I'd imagine. Okay So this, this already made its debut. They made its debut at a game. A game featuring Spanish team acor, Cordoba. Oh. Yeah. Cordoba. Yeah. I like it. So it was, so, so it was futbol. Futbol! Or soccer, if you- [CROSSTALK] Soccer if you only live in America, yeah. Yeah. It's also worn by. And players in the Euro league basketball games. That's a great idea. Really cool, yeah. Worn by refs, instant replay, you can see. Cause like, some times maybe we'd be able to catch like refs cheating. What? Because it's like, well no, no, no, like you hear a lot of people go, oh the refs. After that game, refs threw that game. Yeah. But if the fans could see what the refs saw maybe there'd be a little bit less confusion I think the refs threw that game is, is on the call. more or less, a defensive mechanism that think. I think it would be cool to, yeah, like any last minute things to see if someone did a foul or, or Yeah. anything that's a, like a false call. I like that. So yeah. I like that a lot. So we, we think this could raise the bar in terms of sports watching in the future. I would definitely, cuz if it was like the Superbowl, I would love to get, like- Yeah. Into, like see, like a, like a quarterback getting ready to, like, throw it. And you see all these dudes running at him. Just coming at him. [LAUGH]. No, mu Martian. But, I think the heart rate thing is especially cool to see.>> That's cool. And even You know like Usain Bolt like imagine watching him and the see his Watch his heart rate just spike and then come back down. Oh man that would be so awesome. . Or maybe it's already being really fast before the, before the gun goes off. And then he's like, he, cuz he's so pumped to run. Or it could be even crazier to see an athlete do crazy well, and his heart rate isn't even going nuts. It's just like, no problem. And he's cool under pressure. [UNKNOWN]. [CROSSTALK] So, yeah, that's pretty cool. That's awesome. Mm-hm. All right. So hashtag of the day. I like this. TDFirst. Mm-hm. This is first person. Yeah. What activity would you like to see broadcast on television live in first person. So please behave yourselves. We all know what. More terrible people will go too immediately. Yeah. What's your? I'm kind of weird as we have all figured out on this show. Oh yeah. I'm a little bit weird but I would say surgery. Like I love the idea of being able to watch. Surgery. Like I dig that. Like I'm really into like, the like, I really like medical stuff. And to be able to see that in real life and that's not, that's not dramatized like Grey's Anatomy. I wanna see the real thing. I wanna watch that. Or UFC fighting. Cuz that seems- Oh! That seems intense, dude. Yeah, watching, you know, them fight, yeah. Just somebody getting kicked. But where do you, I mean, for the guys, like, where do you, I guess on their shorts, but it's like, I mean, you can't attach it to them. Unless they, like, implanted a camera under their skin or whatever, but once it gets punched, it's over, like, that camera just shattered into a thousand pieces, they have shrapnel in their arm for the camera, it'd be terrible. I wouldn't mind seeing, like, circus performers. Anybody that does, like, extraordinary things that we, like, that I'll never be able to do, like, I can run down a field and kick a soccer ball or whatever. Yeah. Oh my God I cannot like, be on a, one of those Trapeze. trapeze artists, you know, like doing flips and stuff like that. That would be cool. That just reminded me, it would be really neat to be able to buy a Pay Per View concert. Like Pink, she does all the acrobatics and stuff. Yeah. Like it would be cool be able to see the show from her point of view all the time. Oh yeah. So she has like a little. Tiny, unobtrusive camera unlike all of her costumes, or whatever, or any artist. Like I think it would be really cool to be able to see a show from their point of view, you know. If ESPN's smart, they'll office, offer this as like a bonus package. Yeah. But they're gonna have to get, though, they're gonna have to get Brett Jones. They're definitely gonna have to get the athletes to wear them and that's gonna be a whole headache cause they're gonna be like, I'm not gonna wear it. And this That's the whole thing. Yeah. I don't want to. Give me extra money. Yeah of course. Especially if it's like a quarterback. That makes sense. So. But I love it. No, I really, I really like it. I think that's really fun. So that's TD First. TD First Just the whole word first, f i r s t, you don't have to 1 s t, I don't want to confuse anybody who's listening, and can't actually see the hashtag. So I got to tell you about this 3D print of Bai Ling. First of all this is crazy looking. This violin is crazy looking.>>I wanna see it.>>Okay, Producer Logan is going to put it up on the screen. It is unbelievably weird looking. It is super curved and beautiful. It's part of this art exhibit. Its. Gonna be part of, so th, this is a different instrument that they're. You're right, it does, that looks like a [UNKNOWN] So this is a different instrument, they have like a whole collection of instruments that they're showing off at this art exhibit. It's called the 3D print design show in New York City. Steady. Wow, look at that thing, it looks, that looks like sharp. And it does, it looks like you could hurt somebody really bad. If you someone tries to steal it, you just shake them, with the violin. [LAUGH] You're saying it sounds like. Yeah, it's actually not just, oh, look at this cool 3D printed shell of a violin, but it works exactly the same as a normal violin? No, it works totally different from that. It only has two strings instead of four. Uh-huh. And then it, the curves amplify the acoustics of the sound in a totally new way. So you- Whoa! You can hear the way the violin is played in a completely different way than a standard violin, which is pretty impressive. All of these three printed instruments are gonna appear at the 3D Print Design Show in New York City as part of this like, exhibit where they're gonna show all of the different. Instruments and you can buy tickets, you can go if you're in New York City. Is CNet covering that? You know I have a feeling someone's probably going to go to that. Okay cool. They, I know that we covered it on the site, like the violin which is pretty cool. Mm-hm. And then I don't know, I don't know if they'll go to the art show. It would be really fun to go. Sound off. TV, CNET goes to the 3-D art exhibit. Thumbs up. And that's your 140 characters. You can't, yeah, just like a thumbs up or thumbs down, because you literally have taken up 139 characters. You have to do all, you have to do all of that, or CNET won't. Yeah. [CROSSTALK] I have no idea. But yeah, future instruments, super weird man. Yeah. Like super weird. I'm ready for super instruments. I am too. Some new instruments, like some Final Fantasy weird stuff. There's this crazy keyboard, I don't know if you've seen it or not but it's like maybe we'll show it on the show one of these days. It's not brand new but its. It's so unreal-looking. Like it just looks like it came from space. Like it looks like an alien designed it, and it makes really weird sounds. And it's pretty awesome. This is the one we showed, right? No, I don't think we did this. I don't think we did a story on it. Oh, okay. We did do a piano. That was, that kind of looked like aliens, that one base thing. Yeah there's that one and then there's another, it's like a keyboard, it's like an electronic keyboard. It looks like it was made in outer space it's so cool. Anyway we're going to take a quick break we'll be right back. It's Tuesday so we have new releases and then of course your user feedback which is going to get pretty exciting because I dove into YouTube comments. And then Are you okay? You, you fine? Good, pretty good. All right, all right. I'll get you a Gatorade. I feel pretty good about it. And then, and then, of course, we have our phontographer for the day. So don't click away, it's Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC]. Hey everyone, welcome back to the show. It's Tuesday and that means we're going to talk about all of the great things that are coming out this week that you may want to spend your hard earned cash on. All things we're really excited to see coming out. Whether it be video games, movies, television, this is new releases. [MUSIC] Okay, so we've, there's some good games coming out this week. I'm pretty excited. Okay. We have, I really well, there's one that you're gonna be really excited about, but. For me, Hotline Miami 2 is coming out today. Have you every played Hotline Miami? Yes, I'm terrible at it. I am too. I'm awful at it. Okay. But it's a continuation of the first story. They're saying that, like, it's gonna happen before and after the events of the first one. Which is pretty exciting. And if you haven't played Hotline Miami, I, I don't know, I just, I recommend it cuz it, it's great. It is. It's, it's pretty good and so that's available today on Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Playstation Vita and. PC Yeah you can get, but not on no XBox One. On the flip, which is kind of a bummer. But it looks so cool. It's super graphic and violent, and it's very old style smash TV Very smash TV And it's got a lot of personality, the music is great. If nobody's recommended this to you The soundtrack. What? For hotline Miami, like you can get a soundtrack, you usually can buy a soundtrack, they are so good. So, so good. So it's pretty cool. I, I recommend at least checking out a [UNKNOWN] stream for it. Yes. So you can you can get a feel for it. But it's not, this is one of those games, that there's nothing like playing it. Yeah, it's very much like Smash TV, it can be very hyper violent, but you know. Out of it. It's definitely hyper violent. Listen, as an adult I get to play hyper violent games. So going from that to the complete opposite end of the spectrum of other things that I like which are whimsy and amazing artwork and just. Gloriousness. Tell me more. Ory and the Blind Forrest. Oh, okay. Which I played at E3, it comes out on Xbox 1, and there will be an Xbox 360 version, they are working on it, going to be later this year. Gameplay. And Windows, so they're going Windows. So this is this is actually the intro. Of the game, this is like the cut scene. Oh my god. So, this is like her. That's adorable. This game is unbelievably gorgeous. It looks like god, there's just so many good games that it, it reminds me of. Like in my heart, it's it's very reminiscent like. That's gameplay. That's the actual game. Okay. It's gorgeous. So it's, it's a side scroll, a three, like a side-scrolling adventure in fantasy world. They said that like Metroid and Rayman were two of their, like that's, they want the heart of those types of games. Okay. So very side-scrolling, kind of platforming adventure games. It's a very coming-of-age story, the intro to this game literally almost made me cry. When I was on the show floor at E3 last year, it's the only thing that like hit me emotionally right in the feels like gut punch to your feels guy. I have to buy this. It's, oh it's so good. Do you think, do you think this is gonna be like a candidate for any any particular categories for like Game of the Year? I think, I think it might definitely win some awards. ok, well all right. I haven't played the full game, but I will say that that one of the things that I really loved about the development of this game is that as far as I'm aware, and when I talked to the guy at E3 a whole bunch of the guys who developed it, they don't live in the same country. Cool! They developed the entire game from like from different countries. There was like nine guys. And they developed it, and they, they had [INAUDIBLE] on this sort of meet. Some of them got to meet each other for the first time ever at E3. Aw. To come show the game, which I thought was so cool. Yeah. Again, technology, coming together. But none of these, none of these will interest Logan, producer Logan. More than. As much as our next one, which is True. Grand Theft Auto Five. Heists, which isn't a new game. It's basically, they now, the much-promised, so long ago, heists for multiplayer. So now I guess a lot of people are gonna start loading up their, it's free. Start robbing some banks. It's free, by the way. If you have Grand Theft Auto, it's free. This is how you do DLC. Yeah, yeah. So you get to, get to hang around with your friends, group up and do heists. I haven't got a chance to try it out. i don't know how many heists, there are.>> So rob some banks. Get to rob some banks. Virtual banks. I, I gotta wait for the PC version to come out. Yeah. I've got it on Xbox 360, but who cares? Yeah. Yeah, so this is much anticipated. This is another one you can expect to see a lot of. On, Twitch, if you wanna check it out, and see what heist is going on. Yeah, you can go download it, today, actually, on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, if you're so inclined. It's on all of, okay, cool. Yeah, with the, I think PC is, what, next month? Yeah. Yeah, next month. So, and then lastly, in theaters this weekend, of interest to me, only, if only A, I love Kate Blanchett, and she looks like she is, like, chewing the scenery in this, which I adore. And then but Cinderella is coming out this weekend. A live action Disney. Two, two things on this. Go ahead. I liked Maleficent. Yeah. I thought it was good. Yep. Yep. So I'm curious if this is gonna be, it looks decent. It looks like a good kind of live action fairy tale. Okay. Doesn't look too, too cheesy. This is the first time I've seen the trailer. For this, I don't think, did they promote this well enough? Yeah, they've been promoting this like crazy. And then, and but I just heard to day, like, speaking of live action Disney movies, but Tim Burton's gonna do Dumbo, a live action Dumbo. Yeah. What? You're silence, yeah. I think that's exactly my response actually. What, what? Okay. What? Yeah, cuz we, we have, we have Beauty and the Beast coming. Yes. Now we have Dumbo. With, with the bard from the Hobbit playing Gaston, okay. Yeah. And now we have Dumbo. Yeah. What. What's left? I was hoping that Tim Burton would. Aladdin, right? I was hoping Tim. I could be Aladdin. Burton would do Pinocchio. That seems [INAUDIBLE] when they go to, when they go to Pleasure Island and they do like they're all [INAUDIBLE] they have the cigars and stuff they turn into donkeys and its terrifying, that seems like a Tim Burton scene. You know what, do you remember that scene in Dumbo where its all the like Heffalumps or whatever? The pink elephants! Yeah, the pink elephants on parade. That scene's gonna be nightmarish. I, listen, it could be really good. That's the only part of it I think is very Tim Burton, but everything else is bad. Who would you rather do Dumbo? Dumbo, I don't think Dumbo needs to be live action. Let's not, let's not. Good call. Even do that. Good call, fair enough. It's a classic. It doesn't need. No. Pinocchio seems like. Yeah but there must be so many of us who feel like outcasts because there's something different about us. You know I want to learn to overcome that. I just don't want to see Johnny Depp play the leader of that group of. [LAUGH] Johnny Depp as Dumbo. Confirmed. That's all I'm saying. No as the leader of the crows. Like, it's going to, because he's already. My ears are too big. I don't know what to do with them. Where's all the rum? Oh no. Oh, you're saying he plays one of the crows? I'm already depressed- The crows- one of those super-racist crows. Like he's going to do that role. He already played Tonto in the Lone Ranger. yeah It's not a real stretch for him. He's got to offend everybody. He's slightly racist so yeah. . Come on Johnny Depp. Don't do it. I'm begging you. All right. Every, every day we like to talk about what you guys think of the show, and so it is now time for your user feedback. [MUSIC] All right. So we asked everybody last week, we did the, the $30,000 doghouse of the future. Oh yeah, yeah. And we had TD House. Unfortunately none of you on Twitter, I'm looking at you, Twitter, nobody responded. So guess what I did? It's hard on a Thursday. I put on my scuba diving suit and I dove into the depths of YouTube comments. I went in with my nose plugged. Yeah. And I jumped. And I, I, I tried to keep my ears- Well, welcome back. Good to see you. Thank you. I'm alive. You, you still have all of your, you know, facial pieces and- It's true. Elbows and fingers. So, it's good. I may also have just been, I may be liquid metal and have rebuilt myself as a robot, like in Terminator. Yeah. That's, that's awesome. Yeah, pretty cool. Okay. So I took some of your YouTube comments, which actually were surprisingly adorable and great. I was- Yeah, they're great. You can't always talk crap on the YouTube commenters. There's a lot of cool people out there. I was really impressed with you guys. Just FYI okay so->> Diamonds in the rough. First comment GamingTv wrote to us and said, what would be awesome is if eventually, we have entire simulated wildlife parks where all the wildlife are robotic. So we could explore and observe the behavior of current species animals and extinct as well like dinosaurs. And hunt them. And hunt the, the game, most dangerous game. Yeah. That's cool. And that was about the Pleurobot, the salamander robot. So they, they were saying, like, if we had these, like, zoos where there were robotic animals, where they basically acted exactly like real animals, we could study them without actually having to, like, capture them. Handyrandy wrote Hm. If you really read the comments on YouTube you would mention my name since I am the biggest fan of all time, Handy Randy. Well, guess what? I do read the comments and I'm mentioning you, Handy Randy,>>Biggest fan of all time.>>Biggest fan. Sound a little high that's what he said. I want to see someone step up to Handy Randy. Think someone's going to challenge you for that title. And show that they're a bigger fan. Someone's got to challenge Handy Randy for the belt. Handy Randy watch your back. Not for me, I'm not going to, I'm just going to sit here. We're just yeah, yeah we're fine. Edit Halk wrote "contra is easier than ghosts and goblins." No it's not! No it's not. HAH! Edit Halk agrees with me. Uh-uh, no freaking way. And then Robert wrote about the TD schools, where he said, with the light sabers, and we were like, why would you pick paintball when you could have a full on like, war. You could do like, war games with like [CROSSTALK] Oh, he came back? He has a response? He wrote us an email. Okay. He's like. Sorry, for being such a d-bad, in #tdschooled. Here's my explanation. I agree with guys, with you guys that using real blasters, spaceships, and light sabers would be much more awesome. But, my logic was for having a paintball fight with them was. Because, if I had blasters shooting real lasers those people would get injured and Luke would probably get. Sued from the parents who go, who has a kid with his er, arm chopped off or a hole, or a hole burning through them. Love the show watch you guys every day. You guys are the best, sometimes I have to stop because I'm laughing so hard. #tomorrowdaily #bestgeektalkshow #pizzaforevermore [APPLAUSE] Pizza, pizza, pizza, pizza. Pizza. Thank you- Why you think about law suit. Like, nobody's ever You have to keep it safe Can you imagine like, Luke Skywalker got a lawsuit and he goes, No, he could have sued Darth Vader for cutting off his hand Oh yeah. The lawsuit is strong in this one. Saul Goodman shows up in Return of the Jedi and he's like, you're being served. That would be the best crossover Listen Darth Vader. Let's do it. We should totally do that. Saul Goodman shows up in other franchises, to like serve people, like that would be an amazing we should do that. Don't steal that idea, anybody on the internet shh don't tell anybody Kyle and I are going to do it. It's going to be great. All right guys it's time for our very last piece of user feedback which is of course our phonetograph of the day. [MUSIC] Alright. So, our phonetographer of the day We've got to do that I know. I know. Let's get Bob Odenkirk on the phone afterwards on the show If anybody knows Bob Odenkirk, or Bob Or you're related to Bobby, [CROSSTALK] He's watching. He's watching of course. He's a huge fan of the show. Just call us. Alright. Molly wrote in. And I have to say, I love this picture. She says, I took this picture with my iPhone 4S back in November at my friend's Sweet 16 party at Watersound Beach, Florida. Love the show. My family all watches it together. I love this bonfire with the beach. Like it's super artistic. I really like it. What would make this picture like, just mo, I can't really get much better than this. But what could, what's the one thing that would make it better? Jeff Goldblum off in the back, in the- With lasers. In the water, but he's got. Floaties on his arm? I would say, left shark would make this picture better. [LAUGH] I'm just saying. No, this is beautiful. Yeah, gorgeous. I want, we, can we throw me a sweet 16 party? My birthday's at the end of the month. Only if we throw me a quinceanera. Perfect, done. Let's- Like it's hot. Hot. Done. Can we put you in a teen [FOREIGN] dress? Si. Muy bien. Muy bien. Excellente. I'm excited. You used up all your Spanish? No. I have lots more. DId you use up all your Spanish. Si. Si. Okay. All right guys, if you wanna be considered for Phone-tographer of the Day, you can e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell a little story, tell us what you took your picture with. If you absolutely hate email you can always find us on social media. We're on Snapchat, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, we're tomorrow daily on all those things. And we're tomorrow daily TV on google plus, even though I, I don't hang around there very often. Ya. It's dangerous over there. But I'll still post the show there. So if you're curious about what the newest show is, it does get posted on google plus. And if you're watching on YouTube, you can rate and like and comment because we most likely will see, there's good people that comm, I actually respond to the people. Super nice. I, you know, type in things. Listen, I was pleasantly surprised, so thank you. Yeah. Thank you YouTube viewers. From me to you, thank you. I put a, I focus mainly on that. Like, like y, we each have our own specialty's. Uh-huh. It's true. Pretty sure Logan's is being the the, the hunk of the show. That is true. And then mine is He's the eye candy. focusing on YouTube. YouTube, and I'm on twitter. 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We'll be back tomorrow with a brand new docket of weird future tech, science, robots, whatever we can find on the internet that's interesting to you. As I mentioned today, it is. It is where science fiction and science fact collide. That is it for the show. Until tomorrow, being humans will be next time. Bye. [MUSIC]