Wow, we can't believe protesters in Spain are appearing via hologram to express their outrage at new laws prohibiting assembly in front of government buildings, and people can participate simply by uploading an image to the organization's website. It's pretty impressive, but we're a little concerned about how your image might be used in the future. Can these organizations make you appear in future rallies, since you've uploaded your image and given them permission to use it?
There's also a gorgeous stop-motion animation made entirely of 3D-printed frames on today's show, and a Boeing patent that might help you sleep better on a flight (but look a little ridiculous while doing it).
162: Activists use human holograms to protest, and you can get involved
Here are some links and notes for all the things on the show today:
- Spanish activists use hologram protesters to rally against laws limiting assembly
- Stop-motion short film where every frame is created via 3D printing
- Boeing patents a backpack that converts into an upright sleep station for air passengers
- Mod Squad: Apple II Watch
- User Feedback: Your #TDRoboCook feedback, and our Phonetographer of the Day
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