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New Magic Leap info looks and sounds cool, but we're still kinda skeptical (Tomorrow Daily 350)

Magic Leap's newest demo looks great, but might have some caveats; also, Rice University researchers celebrate self-assembling nanotubes.

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A Wired journalist got a behind-the-scenes look at Magic Leap's current prototype, and now, we're all trying to read between the lines to figure out what's really going on with the top secret device.

We're also impressed with Rice University and its recent discovery of self-assembling carbon nanotubes. It's still in its early stages, but there's potential for far-reaching applications in the future.

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New Magic Leap info looks and sounds cool, but we're still kinda skeptical (Tomorrow Daily 350)

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