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Thirsty? Drink your own sweat from the The Sweat Machine, Ep. 130Sweden has invented The Sweat Machine for purifying body sweat into drinkable water. The Improv Anywhere group makes 7,000 people follow commands. And NASA goes out of its way to make us feel small and insignificant. Thanks a lot, NASA!
I'm ready to see meet him into the show about a technology blog called crave crave at cnet.com the best blog on the planet thanks for watching. -- The -- engineers have built a machine that extracts sweat from Jim closed and turns it into purified drinking water. The sweat machine spins and he's sweaty clothes forcing the water vapors through it distillation membrane that blocks everything but water molecules. Remembering was developed by HBR water purification and Sweden's royal Institute of Technology. The resulting liquid is cleaner than Swedish tap water today. -- -- machine has recently part of -- water awareness program with UNICEF and was on display at the -- CA international youth soccer event in Gothenburg. For more than 1000 people drink classes of their own sweat. Ph.D. students -- the input devices and music interaction lab at McGill university in Montreal Canada have designed wearable digital prosthetic musical instruments produced music as a person dances. All of the instruments for 3-D printed and light up with LED's with the cancer moves and produce and sell. -- within each instrument or sensors power supplies and wireless data -- receivers. Allowing the where to create music by touch movement -- orientation. The signals are sent through an open source peer to peer software system developed produced to -- music in real time. More instruments are being developed in -- recently shown off on a tour through. Canada and Europe called less justice this. And things to NASA for making us feel so insignificant. With this picture of the earth from nine million miles away or something. -- were just a speck of dust. Still cool NASA. -- -- -- Scientists at the University of California at Berkeley have developed a very thin electronic skin -- That's basically a sensor network -- flexible plastic that react to touch with life the more pressure is applied to brighter that you skins or no Willy he's -- -- -- consists of the thin film transistor a pressure sensor and OLED's. Which are arranged in a sixteen by sixteen matrix of red blue and green lights. The MP3 experiment ten was a public display of weirdness put on by the improper everywhere -- in New York City. 7000 people started in MP3 file is seen time and follow directions given to them by a disembodied voice. It's open. It's. And instructions. First they all crawled around on the ground beneath through paper airplane flew some bubbles you get it they basically did ridiculous things that this voice told them to do. The improbable everywhere group is also responsible for other public -- such as filling a best buy store with hundreds of people wearing best buy uniforms. -- -- turn a miniature golf course and to a major championship tournament complete with the open championships player -- afternoon of -- golf here at the mini golf open championship. With the recent launch of the leap motion controller were already starting to see apps for interfacing. Decks type is a typing -- the leap motion which can also work on your mobile device. With decks type you can type on a virtual keyboard or -- characters in the -- The decks type has interpreted functionality can guess what you're typing based on keystrokes. So far the fastest typing speed recorded with the text type Apple's 25 words a minute so there is a steep learning curve with the products. Hi guys thanks for watching as always you can buy an all of these these stories as -- gets great blog crave at CNET dot on the greatest blog on the planet. And she got this week's crave giveaway this week's crave giveaway at the -- 123 -- -- back extraordinaire. It's a bag of shellac. Go to the blog -- enter to win it.