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Tomorrow Daily 139: Nvidia Shield, an online comic book class taught by Stan Lee and more
On today's show, Nvidia dropped the screen on its scaled handheld and turned it into a set top box.
A class that you can use all that superhero and comic book information on to ace, and it's taught by Stan Lee.
Oh, I like that.
He also shows off his weird, simple, super ball robot that might be used to explore moons like Titan.
Yeah, I like that.
Greetings citizens of the Internet!
Welcome to Tomorrow Daily, the best geek talk show in the known universe.
I'm your co-host Ashley Esqueda.
Joining me as always, man to my right, he's the king, Khail Anonymous.
> Hey, I'm the king.
I like that the Fonz.
Where do you want me to go with that?
Nice, good Fonz.
Really nice Fonz there.
Oh, the Fonz yeah.
I am, I, I know I say this.
Every day, no I don't actually say that every day.
But there's this, these first two stories I just love to death as, as a super fan of both of the, the, the worlds.
There's some really good stuff happening today, so we don't wanna.
It's like a wax on, wax off, almost, kind of.
If you are me watching this show, you're gonna love these first two stories.
So let's get into the headlines.
I like the idea you might have a clone somewhere watching this show.
Eating pizza, just going like, this show sucks.
Hey that's me.
All right, so let's talk about Nvidia.
Had a press conference at GDC this week.
Games Developers Conference up at San Francisco.
And had some very interesting things to say.
But for me and you, that the really interesting thing that they had going on was the Nvidia Shield has transformed.
It's no longer.
A, controller with a screen attached to it, is now a set top box.
And it's like a little wedge too.
This cool little wedge looking thing.
So it has 16 Gigs of storage inside.
You can see it's actually real cool looking.
Like on the top.
There's some design to it there.
Which I like, I like that it's not just like a plain box.
There's some really nice design to it.
16 gigs of storage on board, powered by the Nvidia X1 processor, which is very nice.
Comes with a controller that you're used to seeing that shield the, the shield it's had before, just without the little clamshell screen.
Did you say it comes with it?
Comes with a controller.
And then it actually, it uses Android TV.
So it can access some Google play games and apps as well as grid which is Invidia's streaming service.
It streams games over the internet.
So you can play games you play all kinds of games like Arkham, Arkham City, like there's, there's so many good games.
Not downloading, streaming.
Directly to your TV.
Just pretty cool.
And, and, from what I have heard, people who use grid, or have tried it, really like it and say that it's pretty solid.
It's not really choppy it's pretty smooth.
Well you peaked my interest.
Tell me, tell me more.
Grid is actually right now if you have a shield as far as I'm aware it's free.
But they are going charge for the service starting in June.
No pricing yet but I would imagine if I had to guess maybe it'll be somewhere in the neighborhood of.
I think it might be less.
Because, because the thing is so you think about Netflix and it's like, okay that's eight bucks a month.
But then you think, and you think about Gamefly which is one game at a time but it's mailed, a physical copy mailed to you and that's fifteen a month so I don't see why it couldn't be $15.00.
Maybe 20, like I, I don't know.
I think they could really make a play at the sort of streaming video game services.
Like they could really cement themselves as the provider, the grid.
It's like the provider like the Netflix.
Of streaming movies or whatever.
They could really.
No one's tacking that either.
So that's perfect.
That is what, not as well as they'd hoped.
So I mean, I think there's been like some kind of runs at it.
but like they haven't really done as well as I think video could really.
Do in this space.
So, GRID is kind of exciting.
How much is that?
I don't think you've said that yet.
So, GRID, it doesn't have pricing yet, but, the shield.
The set top box shield and video shield will now.
With the controller.
Be, with the controller, 199.
And it comes out in May.
It's basically, what everything that the STEAM machine, if you've been keeping up on, on gaming.
Steam has been promising they want it, well, they, that said they wanted to make a console.
That has all the PC games on it.
Kind of like this.
But it seems like this is doing that, but without having to download everything.
And Steam Machines have been, like, from 400 to $4000 in price.
And so, this is very interesting.
Like, on the Grid website, some of the feature games they have for Grid.
Oh, so these are the games.
These are some of the featured games.
It's not all of them.
But bat, Batman Arkham Origins.
That is an ugly, ugly controller.
But you know what's funny is it, it's actually really comfortable in hand.
Like, have you ever held the SHIELD?
It's really well-made.
And I like that it has a little remote.
Okay, anyway, so here are the games.
Here are the games.
Borderlands 2. Ooh.
Witcher 2, Alan Wake and Alan Wake, American Nightmare, Batman Arkham Asylum, Batman Arkham City, Borderlands, Brutal Legend, Darksiders 2.
A bunch of Lego games, like Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings.
Like all that stuff.
My, my favorite, one of my favorite platformers of all time, Psychonauts, available on Grid.
And Stacking, another another Double Fine.
Okay, there's a bunch of Double Fine stuff on here, but yeah, it looks feature-wise, there's some decent titles here.
And then, and then like I said, it's also, it has access to Android, so it has access to the Google Play store, which means you can play games like Crysis 3. You can play Metal Gear: Rising Revengence, which is gonna be coming soon.
The Telltale Games, so like Game of Thrones, and Wolf Among Us, like all that stuff's available.
So I think it's a really good time and a really good, I guess, not for a lack of a better word, a really good play for that market.
Like, I think it's a really good move.
I think it's really smart.
I'm very interested in, in a few things, and fill me in if, if they've mentioned these,.
Playing with friends, coop, connecting accounts, that kind of thing.
I didn't see any mention that yet.
Did they talk about apps?
Maybe they have Netflix.
Maybe they have Hulu.
They said Google's Android TV, they said apps and games so I'm assuming you will have access to Google Play apps that are made for Shield.
So I, I can't, I can't imagine that like people like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, aren't going to want to get in on this.
So I can see them all kind of getting on board.
So I would imagine
that they would be available.
And they, are they releasing the shield any cheaper, just the portable one, you know?
It looks, it, it
The portable one?
Cuz I've wanted one of those for awhile.
They might just.
be done with that at that point, like when the set top box comes out that might be like, this is the next evolution of shield so we're going to leave the glow clamshell handheld behind.
So my question to anyone that is interested, including yourself, would you be willing to replace one of your current consoles with that?
But here's the thing.
But here's the thing.
I have, I don't have a problem buying an Apple TV for 100 bucks.
And if I could buy
Something similar to that with a really nice solid controller.
Which, if you buy a controller for Xbox it's $60.
So why not just buy a whole system.
This is a crazy good Christmas gift too.
It's a really good Christmas gift.
They'll probably knock the price off like.
Of $20 by Christmas.
I'm sure there will be some sale or something around the holidays but, like I said, when you consider, okay well I could by a set top box for $100 plus a controller that can, you know, link up via bluetooth that's $60, it's like, why not just by this?
So, to me, it makes sense, the price point totally makes sense.
And and one real, note real quick, not to artificially extend this but I think the reason why this makes sense.
On tomorrow daily.
Because this is like and advancement as far as streaming
And gaming technology and getting it all into one little thing
This is kind of
And having it do streaming and killing off hard media from brick and mortar places.
This is kind of the future of our entertainment.
I mean, this is the ways it's going.
Incorporate some VR into this, which Nvidia has a VR headset, and we're good to go.
But, bang bang.
And, and that could be a grid thing where you could stream stuff right into your Nvidia VR headset.
You heard it here first.
Maybe, you might have, you might have.
You wanna talk, you wanna talk about some more future of nerding?
I really do.
If you've ever wanted to actually use all the knowledge you know about comic books.
Whether it be like, hey I know the back story of you know The Vision or Captain America, and you want to use all of that, or maybe learn more about that.
There is now
a course available.
And it's taught by Stan Lee!
This is [UNKNOWN]
The father of comic books!
Now this is on www.edx.org, which is this, this website where they offer some kind of, like, unorthodox classes
They offer these, like, online courses that you can either audit or pay a little extra.
Trying to get this like verification thing.
So they've partnered up with Stan Lee to create this course called The Rise of Superheroes and their impact on pop culture.
Were you about to do a Stan Lee impersonation?
Do it for the class that's up there.
The Rise of Superheroes with their impact on pop culture.
You sound like my grandma.>> Excelsior.
Well, I don't know.
Anyway, so it's taught with Stan Lee.
And Michael Ulsan, who, is the executive producer of the Lego Movie and the Dark Knight Series, and Batman Versus Superman, a whole bunch of stuff.
That guy is legit.
And, so they'll t, so they'll basically star the evolution of superheroes from folklore, cuz it's all kind of based on folklore.
And myths across, from across the globe.
And narrow it down to the rise of superheroes in the 1930s and their role on society.
Because superheroes are kind of our mythological creatures.
If you complete the, if you complete the verified certificate in the course.
Of course, you're sub, your su, you will actually get original artwork by Stan Lee that is also signed, signed by him and Michael.
So it's actually really cool.
That is really cool.
So again, it was a, if you want to get into it, it's a.
The dollar minimum fee.
Enough for the verified thing right?
The verified thing.
But I think you can do it for free if you don't want that right?
Yeah we do it for free.
You can do it for free you guys.
Audit the course for free.
Audit the course but if you want that really cool certificate that's the thing right?
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
So there you go.
If you want to check it out it's on EDX dot org.
I'm gonna, I think I'm gonna take this course.
I feel like I want to do it too.
I actually, I went on and like registered.
And I'm like, now I'm just deciding whether I want the certificate or I just want to audit the course.
Cuz I'm like, I'm not gonna like-
I don't want the certificate because they give like.
Frame it, and stuff like that.
You could frame it, and so, it's like, well, maybe I want that, but then, you can actually, just FYI, if you are going to school, you can actually use the certificate for things like, you know, coursework.
Like, if you can, if your university is willing to accept it as coursework, as like, an elective, you could potentially ask them if they would.
Which is kind of awesome.
That's awesome, there you go, so.
I like that.
So, $50 and you get family, like, are they going to be, they're going to be like online?
It's an online course?
Yeah, so they're going to share sort of the responsibilities of teaching.
Stan Lee is, is a pretty, pretty great speaker.
But I imagine he won't be doing all of it, he's.
It'd probably be mostly Michael.
Because I, I mean, he's very busy too, but I assume he has more free time than Stan.
There's probably some Smithsonian people involved as well.
Like some, some historical.
Cuz I know I saw in the, the thing it said like they wanted to talk about how comic books.
That when they talk about the history of comic book characters they, they go through things like how comic books almost got stamped out because of like McCarthyism in the 50s, and like stuff like that which I find super fascinating.
I want to take this course.
I think I;m going to do the $50 course.
We're going to be A+ students, we're going to bring our red apples for Stan Lee and Mike Uslon.
And, we're gonna, we're gonna do it and we're gonna get A's.
We're gonna get A pluses.
I said his name right, Mike Guzlan, right?
And he's yeah that guy's big time.
So that actually brings me to our hashtag of the day, which is #TDSCHOOLED, and I want, I think I want to know, If you could take any course.
What would it be and who would your teacher be?
You go first.
I think I would want to learn.
Can, can you verify, is it fictional people or real life people?
I'd say fictional.
I'd say you can go, you can go, you can go both.
I can go fiction?
Oh man, that makes it so much harder.
I think I would want, this is really dumb but I think I would want to take a illusion class with Joe Bluth from Arrested Development.
[APPLAUSE] Like illusions.
With Joe Bluth.
Like I think that would be very fun and like awful, but really fun.
I'd of course audit that.
I would not pay.
I would take a filmmaking class with Tommy Wiseau.
Oh, The Room.
Who made The Room.
Oh my god.
Cuz I wanna learn how.
And have, like, really make a bad movie.
It's his technique.
I wanna make a really, really bad movie.
You've got some techniques there.
"Ohai, ohai Tomorrow Daily!" I think that would be amazing.
Just to hear him talk.
Just to hear him, like, try to be like, "You put the camera in the corner, it's weird..." I don't even know what accent I'm doing.
This is a bad thing.
So what is, what is it, TV...TV schooled?
Also like, if you like own one of your friends, like if you like zing him online.
Yeah, also #TDschool.
Someone's like, someone's like, oh this coffee was burnt.
And you'd be like, it's not burned you idiot.
You can totally use that forever.
And I'll, I'll read those ones.
I can't wait.
He'll read those and, and favorite them.
We got to talk about this last story.
So NASA, this is kind of crazy.
We, we all saw Curiosity land on Mars, unless you're a baby and you missed that, which is fine.
But it was really for, to land this giant car sized rover on a planet very way.
So what you're seeing right now on the screen is something called it's a concept called tensegrity.
So what this is, is rigid components connected by flexible material.
So you can see there are sort of cables that are kinda elastic and then there, they have these rods.
That are part of the structure, and it looks very bouncy, right.
So, we're watching it kind of bounce up and down here.
So, NASA has this interesting little robot called the super ball bot.
And that what you were just seeing.
The, the actual real life thing.
Not the simulation is the super ball bot.
And this one's one of the earlier builds of it.
Oh, it's got loaders in it.
They have actuators in there.
So that was an early one with six actuators in there.
And and so the point of this is, is super ball is built around that concept of tensegrity, and impacts are not as terrifying if you have a device like this.
So if it falls off a little cliff, or if it hits a pothole,.
That can be really dangerous for something like curiosity, but it's not for something like this because it can just readjust itself.
And it moves, this is the new version of, of, of superball.
This is a big, giant version of what the superball bot is.
And you can see it's obviously evolved quite a bit.
It moves by.
Tightening and loosening the elastic structures.
Oh, that's great.
Between the rods.
Just like we do our muscles.
Which is pretty cool.
And so the goal of this is.
Cuz I know we like talking about goals.
Yeah, you know, I've got another goal.
So they can see where they're going.
The goal of this is to put a payload in this.
center of the superball.
So, what they're saying is, if you're looking at this device, and you can actually see in the simulation when we're looking at that, there's like a little sphere in the middle of it, so we're saying okay maybe we can have a sensor or camera or whatever it is in the middle of that device protected by the tensegrity robot.
And so when it moves, it keeps it safe in the middle.
It's sort of suspended in the middle and can take some, some damage, because it, it gets diffused.
The force of impact is diffused across this robot.
Yeah, it seems like it would take a lot of the guesswork out of, you know, like, landing stuff.
So you could just be like, all right, we're gonna toss it onto the planet.
No, that, okay, Khail, Khail, you literally.
Just described exactly what the image shows of how they would deliver this payload to a planet.
They showed like a, like a, a thing where they had a, like a space craft fly above the surface and literally just open.
Open the bottom and like pulling out the thing.
And just let if fall to, to the surface.
Yeah, I think it would save a lot of money in the space program.
Well, and a lot of calculations too.
A lot of calculations, a lot of time.
Right, a lot of people, they, they, well come people.
Get questionable about the space program's wasting a lot of money.
Because this thing didn't work, [CROSSTALK].
And then if you're, you're building these things.
You're like, yeah, we toss it on there.
Yeah, we throw it out.
My mom has a dog toy that's kinda like this.
It's like this.
There's a baby toy too.
Like built on that exact structure.
Like kinda bounce it around.
So I mean, you're like play with this and tell me if you can.
So they've been adding actuators over time to the Super Ball.
And right now the current version has 12.
So they've gone from 6 to 12 and then the, the finished one, the goal is 24.
And they want at some point to be able to, they think at some point they might be able to use.
super ball to explore the surface of, say, Titan, so they would do a flyby and then just drop it on the surface.
Seems kinda cheaper, too.
It's a lot cheaper.
It seems like it would be way cheaper, and then you could throw a
But you also have
bunch of them
[CROSSTALK] have a moving science lab.
Imagine, imagine that.
[CROSSTALK] Imagine like.
I'm 30, and then we had like, you know, mission control had like 30 dudes.
And then just.
Dump em out.
You're gonna get students.
Just like drive them around, and like look around.
You just, you know.
Find a planet and just go around it.
Well they said the whole.
And they meet in the middle like Benjamin Button.
The whole [LAUGH].
The cool thing about the Tensegrity device is that they're very compact.
You can fold them down into a very small things.
And then like drop them out and then they expand.
So super cool.
I thought this was so awesome.
Like I think we should just start using this for everything.
That's pretty cool.
We're gonna take a quick break.
We'll be right back.
It's Wednesday, so we have a Mod Squad.
An old friend, if you will.
A repeat Mod Squad-er.
Somebody we've seen stuff from before.
And then we also have your user feedback and our phone-tographer for the day, so don't slick away.
It's Tomorrow Daily.
Welcome back to the show I hope you enjoyed those dancing origamis, they were delightful.
So, it's Wednesday, which means we have another round of Mod Squad.
I don't know, we don't have a graphic.
I just like think of it like a 60's spy movie.
Like, James Bond-ish?
Mod Squad, Mod Squad?
I don't know.
I'm doing my best here, all right?
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
So, it's time for Mod Squad.
This is, as I said, a familiar face.
Olivier C. has returned to Mod Squad on this week's show with his we saw the drone Millennium Falcon.
Which was awesome and it was everywhere.
Which was super awesome, yeah, yeah and it was all over the place.
Us first, but whatever.
Totally us first.
And then, but now [UNKNOWN] has returned with what he promised which is a tie interceptor, a tie fighter.
Tie fighter quad copter now looks amazing.
The, the, mine falcon was pretty good but it has all the big drone hole in it, the quad holes in it.
And so it's just sort of a shell on the outside.
This on the other hand
Looks way cooler.
It is custom carbon, and, custom carbon and alumium frame.
So he's, like, these are all, like, customs.
He does all these crazy custom things, which is pretty cool.
In the video, it's really loud.
I am tired of this guy only building one.
I wanna see a bunch of TIE fighters.
A fleet of them.
And I want him to fly them over Comic-Con.
And I want him to fight the Millennium Falcon.
It should be chasing the Millennium Falcon one.
So you, you want space warfare.
Just, with drones, like I wanna, I wanna remake the, I wanna recreate like a space fight with drones, like a Star Wars space fight.
You said it's very loud, and it.
That looks like it can't go very fast.
It will cuz the extra weight.
So the extra weight.
Obviously like slows it down.
Well, I mean, that is a big hurdle because I dont think Thai fighters go that slow.
No, they definitely don't.
It can be critical, Oliver.
I know, as if we could do any better.
Ours would be like a bunch of scotch tape and paper and we'd just through it.
I have a hard time opening a juice box, let alone building that thing.
[LAUGHS] It'd be like look, hey, engineering.
But that's very cool.
No it's super good.
You know, you know, you, know, that this is going to lead to like Think Geek making.
Oh, of course.
If not little tiny ones.
[CROSS TALK] like, hand palm sized ones.
Do they have those?
No, no I would love see that.
They probably would.
Yeah, maybe April Fool's Day this year.
When they introduce like the fake stuff that becomes real.
Maybe it'll be one of those.
And so maybe that.
Alright guys, let's talk about your user feedback.
We talked about Robier yesterday.
The Japan, Japanese robot Berners.
Yeah, that's scary.
That was adorable and also scare-citing?
It walked the line!
And we asked you guys what you would want your ro-bear to do for you, and you guys had some really great answers.
Andre wrote in and said RoboWing wo or man, so wingman or.
woman, or RoboVacationBuddy.
It would be funny to see someone get me a date with the help of a robot.
Listen, Andre, I just want you to know, you do not, you would not need help getting a date if you had a robot friend.
I mean it would be pretty easy.>>That's true.>>It's like dudes with a puppy.
Like it just, women just, that's like a, that's like an urban legend.
Is that true?
Cause you're a guy.
I don't, maybe, maybe because you're in the, in the sort of, like, robot lover kind of,
No, it's like a movie trope, like, where it's like a guy with a puppy, and everyone, the girls all come up, oh it's so cute.
Yeah, but, but my girlfriends afraid of robots, like she's afraid they're gonna take over the world, she's genuinely concerned about that.
So I don't think like, if she saw me in a bar with Chappy.
That she'd be into it.
Like, she'd be like, alright.
And also you look maybe a little lonely if you're hangin' out with a robot [CROSSTALK].
Maybe you can't get any human friends.
That's kinda weird.
Maybe that strikes people as kinda weird.
I like it.
I like where you're going with this.
I like where you're goin'.
Neil wrote in and said," I'm in the military, so I need a robot that shaves my face overnight.
It'll give me an extra five minutes in bed every morning." .
I hate to be critical on all these, very dangerous.
I was gonna say giving-
Because if you talk- [LAUGH]
Giving, giving a razor.
Or, and you're just giving a robot a razor.
Like that's dangerous in and of itself.
I do, I do like that because he has no time he needs something that's [CROSSTALK]
Just please shave my face.
So I just, I just wanna sleep in a little.
Kudos on that.
You need the George Jetson thing, where it pops in my bed and does all the stuff.
Yeah where it, yeah it does all the things.
Yeah, I like that.
I'm gonna try not to butcher your name, because I might be terrible at this.
Yeah, Syafiquah, yeah.
I'm gonna go with that.
Syafiquah says, the robot already existed in the movie.
Just a nice looking, soft, huggable robot.
It's pretty close to Baymax.
How do we do it, ok, how do we do it?
I think I saw a lot of comments for that on YouTube, so all you YouTube users, I read their comments, they were like Baymax!
You guys crushed it.
And the nails says that first.
And then lastly, Joey emailed us and said, A robot to stop me from coming up with stupid robot ideas.
Oh the irony!
[LAUGH] I like that.
You know what I saw a lot of on YouTube that, that I, I'm surprised nobody mentioned here, was.
That it looked like a robot from Friday Night at Freddy's.
Oh, Five Nights at Freddy's.
You're so right.
Five Nights at, Five Nights at Freddy's.
Everyone's like, oh, my god!
Five Nights at Freddy's because it's, like, like, this-
Adorable but also scary robot?
Bear that's kind of happy.
And then it could, like, yeah.
No, I, I, after they said that, I couldn't unsee it.
It's like this thin line between Bay Match.
Do you know what else I count on seeing?
This is sort of once someone said it now I can't unsee it.
You know Jason Momoa as Aqua Man?
Ralph Garmin said it looks like, John Travolta in Battlefield Earth.
Can't see that picture.
And I'm like no, you've ruined it for me, Ralph Garmin.
Now you'll ne, now you and all of you will never be able to unsee that with me.
You can thank @RalphGarmin on Twitter for that.
It's time for our very last big user feedback.
It's time for our phonetographer for the day.
Pretty sure I just ruined Kale's whole entire week with that.
But it wasn't my fault, it's Ralph Garmin's fault.
So then Rob Zombie looks like the guy from Battlefield Earth.
World's closing in.
World's closing on me.
Ayman wrote into us and said, Hi Tomorrow Daily, I'm Ayman from Sudan.
Sudan out of all places.
First, first write-in from Sudan.
I watch the show every day, just love it.
Ashley, you're the pulp of the show.
Cale always makes me laugh.
I sent you a photo that I took by my old Galaxy S4 in a restaurant in Qartum from two years ago.
We were studying for an exam in this restaurant, and I saw the light between the trees and loved the view.
Hope you like it and put it on the show.
With love, Ima.
Really good picture, I like that.
And solid compliment.
Yeah, that's really nice.
I like the, I like the lamppost.
You're, you're the pulp.
I'm the pulp.
Like the orange.
Does that mean I'm the juice.
Yeah, you're the juice and I'm the pulp.
It's very poetic.
I'm sorry that I got so distracted by that, but like.
When someone, you know, some really verbose.
Something says something really nice.
That is really creative.
I don't think, like, maybe only someone from Sudan can come up with that description.
Tomorrow Daily, getting distracted by your comments when you're showing us cool photos.
But it was a great photo.
Yeah, really good picture, I, what would make it better, I think, is like.
Maybe some lasers?
I think it's, like, it looks like it's ready for some lasers.
Or someone, maybe, or someone's sitting in that chair.
No, Jeff Goldblum popping up behind that building like he, like Attack on Titan.
Ooh, I, okay.
A huge Jeff Goldblum.
It's a huge Jeff Goldblum, but just from his-
From his eyes up.
I like it.
That is way better than [CROSSTALK]
That's the Photoshop I'm waiting for.
You can send that [CROSSTALK]
I'm gonna wait right here and I'm gonna refresh my Twitter feed.
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Give us a little story about it.
Tell us what device you took it on.
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All the stuff in between.
But until next time, be good humans.
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