Birdly uses VR, a fan and your flapping arms to simulate flight (Tomorrow Daily 151)On today's show, Ashley and Khail check out bird-flight simulator Birdly (complete with hydraulic flapping arm mechanism), a father and son in China turning spare car parts into huge model Transformers, and explain how Boeing's newest patent reminds us...
On today's show, a really cool virtual reality setup that makes you fly like a bird. And the Transformers finally here! They're in China, though, but we'll get to that. And Boeing. Patent something that looks seriously like a force field. Exciting. It's Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Greetings, citizens of the internet. Welcome to Tomorrow Daily. The best [INAUDIBLE] talk show in the known universe. Ashley Esqueda join me as always upper cutting the sky. Khale anonymous. Sorry that was a slow mo. Slow mo. 100, 120, 120 s.p.f. That was on a Go Pro. Yeah. It was really good. But yeah, so you did you get a chance to play any video games lately. I know we always. I've been playing Final Fantasy 14 a lot still. I got a level. I've got a max. I'm power leveling right now. Fair enough. I'm playing Trivia Crack. Add me. Add, that's so boy. We're about to all start playing Trivia Crack. Together, yeah. We're a late to the game. Super late. But whatever. We're about five months late to that game, but it's fine. We did some, I read a story, this first story, so exciting that you might, you're gonna freak out. You haven't seen the video for it, so let's hit the highlight. Lines. [MUSIC] Okay, so we talked about Handy at South By Southwest. The hand that was powered by the smart phone. Okay I-- Yeah. --thought that was my favorite thing coming out of South By Southwest. Oh, how wrong I was, because, I saw, today, Birdly. And we're gonna talk about Birdly because it is an Oculus Rift. WHich you know okay fine give you an experience of like being a bird. No this is an entire machine that you get in and you put your hands in these little flaps at the ends of the wings, and you flap them like a bird. And there's a fan in the front that blows air onto your face. Kelly you're missing it look, please look at this amazing machine. You're, it's gonna be, I'm gonna buy you this for Christmas. This is what I'm gonna do. So this was at South by Southwest oddly enough in front of the Google Fiber booth. Like, I guess Google Fiber, like, I don't know what this has to do. I mean, maybe fast internet like a bird. Like, I'm not really sure what that correlation was. But, this is from the Institute for Design Research at the Zurich, University of the Arts. And again, uses Oculus Rift's sonic feedback, a fan, and a rig that mit, like, you lay face down in it. You have your Oculus Rift on. And your arms are extended and you have to flap your, your wings, like you're physically. Oh, look, if you, yeah, if you look around, you can even see your wing. [INAUDIBLE] Yeah, yeah, you can see the wings and stuff, so that's what it looks like. It looks insane. It looks totally insane. It looks like something crazy that your grandpa built in the garage, and is like, hey champ, come see this wacky contraption I made! Like, but with virtual reality. It's like, amazing. It looks so fun. Do you want one? I kinda want one? Not really. But it's exercise! I tell you what. I tell you what. This'd be really cool if they built in some sort of. Superhero Simulator. That's what I'm saying! Like there's so many applications Can you imagine, like, you're Superman, and then there's like, little buttons, and you can shoot lasers? Or Iron Man, like flying Or Iron Man. Yeah, the bird element is kinda weird. Well I'm sure that's like the sort of straightforward, easy, kind of accessible. Did, did anybody, that, you know, in the article. Try it, and they were like, no, you may look dumb, but it's really cool. So, we have footage of somebody who was at Southby using it, and they I haven't seen that footage. Not ours, not ours. Oh, okay. But the, the woman inside this kit like, seemed to really enjoy it. Okay. She's like, wow, she's like, she was pretty excited. Alright. And there's a guy, too, I think that did it and he, he enjoyed it as well. So I, they seem to be very fascinated by the whole thing. Yeah, yeah, alright. So it's, it's a different way of using Google maps. Totally. It's a fly over. You kind of fly over the place. See your house. Hey. You pick out what barbecue you're gonna have tonight, and then you swoop down, and you steal it, and then you fly away. That's, that's an incredible, that's an incredible leap. And virtual reality. Well virtually. That's an interesting weird kind of application that I wouldn't have thought of but now that I see it it seems so obvious. Yeah, I. That's what it is. Again, it would be really cool if it was like a super hero thing, but you know. I guess now you can, you can really make that joke that I just flew in from wherever and boy my arms are tired. Because you're arms will actually be tired. And that was the worst joke. That's the worse, guys, that's the low point of the show, I promise. Okay, Khail, tell me about Transformer [CROSSTALK] Okay, so, you know, everybody loves Transformers. They, they do. Right. Well no more than this man in China- Okay. who decided I'm, he's just gonna start making Transformers. And he's using, he's basically using, used car parts. Wow. And, and stuff, to, to make these, these transformers, because you know, transformers are made of, As you do. They're made of cars. [CROSSTALK] Car parts. Yeah. Oh my God, look how big that one is! Well that's like, Yes. [CROSSTALK], that's like 30 feet tall! These, these are gigantic. That's like a 20 foot tall transformer. Transformer, holy crap. Yeah so uses scrap parts from bus and cars to make these Transformer models. The first model he made took three years to finish. Wow. So it was a labor of love. Definitely. But now he's actually selling them profitably. Sold. What? Where do I send a check? Okay so. He's making over one million, what is this? Yuan? Oh yeah, Yuan, Chinese currency. Yuan. Yeah, I'm sorry. Every year now, and yeah, they're gigantic. So they're actually making a profit. What started out as kind of a hobby is now like a business for these guys. Huh, he's not a Chinese farmer anymore. Yeah, Transformers was the biggest movie in China. Ever. So, it, it kinda goes to. Oh, like this, it's the biggest, wow, the biggest, like, grossing movie in [UNKNOWN]. That's quite a feat. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, because it was act, it took place in China and was like one of the biggest films that. The most recent one, right, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah the most recent Transformers 4, with Mark Wahlberg. Interesting. So, yeah. There you go. Mark Wahlberg. So what, so that, the big giant Transformers, I mean, they don't transform down into like or anything, but. No, they don't, they don't. Transform, but. But the scale is unbelievable. Giant statue. It's like having it, it's like that city in Japan that has 150, but Gundam, like in front of the city. It doesn't do anything- Yeah. But it's there. Yeah, it's incredible. They have this guarding your house. So,. So there you go. If you want one of them, you can contact him, I don't have the contact information. Google- [CROSSTALK] Chi- Chine- China. Transformer. Transformer. Builder. Builder. I'm sure you'll find it. Yeah, there you go. Builder man. Builder man. That's pretty cool. It's just, it's just cool to see people, you know- I love that. Crafting and stuff like that. So that's- Making money off of it. All right, hashtag of the day, TV junk. Mm-hm. TD Junk. What would you do if you had a bunch of scrap parts that you could build anything? Let's say we actually had any kind of building knowledge, we could make something. Cuz I'm like- I'm good with LEGOs. I'm okay, all right. Let's so you can make anything. What would you make? I'd make an atoll from Waterworld. Oh. I would make a little Waterworld village in the middle of the ocean and then I would live on it. And just by myself because nobody wants to live in Water World except for me. Kayla Stand [CROSSTALK] I like post apocalyptic stuff. The sovereign aquatic nation. It was either that or Megaton. I'm going with the fact that it's Oh Megaton. Okay, yeah. May get some from fall out. I'm going with that it's going to look crappy because we're using parts. It's going to look terrible. So either make it fun. But I'm going with the atoll because from Water World. Just the floating island made of crap. I like it. So what about you? I would go with a I think I would go with a. Space ship, like a giant, we, I build a studio for us to do the show in On a space ship? It, like, and make it look like a space ship. Yeah. Like, made out of junk. That's what I, I would like that. You can make the, the, the place where they live in, Mystery Science Theater 3000, actually. Yeah, there we, let's do that. Yeah. Or, let's make that in real life. my first idea was like, oh, Millennium Falcon. You could make that out of. Crap, 'cuz that's just a big hunk, big hunk of junk. Big hunk of junk. 'Cuz there's just, I feel like there's a lot of [CROSSTALK]. Or, or, Serenity from Firefly Yeah. Kind of a- I didn't want, those were kind of the obvious answers. I wanted to, like. Yeah, I wanted to get a little out of the box. Let anybody that was thinking inside the box, so. Expand. But they're really good at thinking outside the box. So, TDJunk. TJunk, that's for you. Okay, we have to talk about force fields. Bowing. Boeing just filed for a patent. Okay. And I don't know if a lot of you guys know this, Boeing, you probably know makes planes. Mm-hm. But they also are a security and defense company. So they do a lot of stuff for military purposes. Like they make stuff for military use, vehicles, things like that. So, they just got a patent granted to them named. method and system for shockwave attenuation via electromagnetic arc. And that kind of layman's down to? A force field a little bit. It's a little bit like a force field. So this is obviously not. This, this Footage footage is actually from Boeing. No, I found, okay, so, on CNet we have this article up about the same thing, and this guy made, this patent yogi video guy, made this video, and it's actually, it's like not a bad video Oh, wow. and it kind of shows the patents and stuff. So, I thought this guy did a really good job of illustrating exactly what it means. So here is, we're not quite in the realm of sci-fi movies. It's not going to create a little force field around you like oh no, no one's ever going to be able to shoot me or stab me or anything because I have a force field around me. No. This is for. Protecting things that near explosions. So let's say there's a vehicle or a structure that you want to protect, this patent has a sensor that would detect the explosion shock wave. And if it thinks that it will hit the target that you're trying to protect an Arc generator would create a plasma field between the target you wanted to protect and the explosion. That plasma field would be made with lasers, electricity, and microwaves, and they would heat and ionize the air, so then. So it would make it either a different temperature, a different density, or composition than the shockwave coming at you than the atmosphere around it, so when the shockwave comes at it, it sort of acts like an invisible buffer. buffer between the explosion and the target. So it puts something here that changes the density of the air and makes it less likely that this target will be damaged by an explosion. So it diffuses it in a way, so it's not like. Block it completely. It doesn't block it completely. But it kind of like reduces it. That's still cool. By the way amazing video. I know. Yeah it was really good. I saw it and I was just like okay this actually illustrates it very well. So I, good job Pat and [CROSSTALK] Very cool. Yeah. Nice. So it was that. So there's actually. Did Boeing respond and be like hey wait a minute or were they like? Well it's the pass is granted. Yeah they granted it. They're working on it. Yeah. And that's the thing that I mean obviously there are a lot of applications not only for you know maybe not only for military but maybe even just. For building. So, let's say, for example, there is, you know, some sort of explosion, and you want to protect your building from, say, a gas explosion, or an earthquake and that, that causes explosions, things like that like, I mean I can see where this would be a very handy piece of technology. Lot of places that this would work. I'm sure this is just the beginning for Boeing as far as that's concern. Just the beginning of applications for this sort of electro magnetic arc which I think is just really cool. I love future military stuff. Just like way beyond like what we even know. It really is. It has like laser guns. Have you heard that theory that like I, I heard it once when I was think like twelve years old somebody told me they were like. Whatever you hear about any military in the world like developing their, their are literally like two decades plus Oh. be, beyond that. Oh, yeah. Yeah. No, I, the, I think we've all heard that. So this force field And I just like, I love that idea. They actually have visibility to. [CROSSTALK] They actually can. [INAUDIBLE] Teleportation, that's a thing, like, Yeah, they got rocket packs. It's just, they're up in space right now, fighting space wars Yep. - and we have no idea. Exactly, exactly. No So, yeah, this is I love, I love this. This is old news. Yeah, this is totally old news, really. Technically. But I think it's cool that they got this patented. Yeah. And they're, they're gonna move forward with this sort of technology, so good for you, Boeing. Nice work. This is awesome, yeah. Nicely done. All right, we're gonna take a quick break. We're gonna come back with Into It, because it's the last day of our show this week, and of course we have your user feedback. A lot of you guys want some canceled shows to come back, and we have our phone-tographer of the day and it's an '04 picture, just like you asked. So, stick around, it's Tomorrow Daily. [theme music] Welcome back to the show. We have returned it is Thursday, which means we're obsessed with stuff, just like every week on Thursday when we're obsessed with something, so it is time for Into It. All right, Cale, would you like. Would you like to go first? Yup. Okay. So not only does in May do we start the summer movie season. Mh-hm. But we also start summer music festivals. Get out your flower crowns. A whole bunch of music festivals. I mean this is a big, this is a big thing in California especially. Huge. At tons of music festivals, all the artists that are promoting albums and some of them that are just trying to make a little, a little small comeback. Yeah. So yeah, so it, now it's a mad scramble to try and buy tickets for these. For everything. $400 tickets for stuff like that so here's some of the ones that. We're excited about, we're excited about Outside Lands. Kind of excited about ET, EDC, Electric Daisy Carnival. Marginally excited about Coachella. Yea, monolithic Coachella's one for celebrities. It's okay, it's okay. Yea, it's great because, you know, a lot of videos come out on YouTube of, like, oh my god look who showed up at such and such. Yea. Concert. Oh, or look who died on stage, or whatever. [LAUGH] I don't know what's happening. Logan, what's the one you're going to? Okay, he's gonna hang out there, so hit up Logan if you're going to Hang Out Fest. Yeah. Meet up with him. Can find him on Twitter. Yeah. And so, yeah, we're really excited about a lot of these. If you are going to any of them let us know, and Send pictures. If we're going to the, if we're going to them. And I'll say what's up, you know. So, Yeah. That's pretty, like Kim and Logan are really big music, like, you guys are really into like, going out to concerts, and like I just like to see everything, yeah. That, and all sorts of stuff, so. Mm-hm, mm-hm. I'm I'm a lazy home body, and so I don't get out as much, but I do go to places every now and again. Yeah. I like that. But I'm a- I go to places every now and again. Yeah. I might go, I might go out, I don't know, and take my dry cleaning somewhere. I might leave the house and do that. Okay? Like sometimes I'll leave the house, all right. Do you wanna know what I'm into? It better be a fest. It better be a music fest. It's not. Okay. But it does speak to my willingness to be a lazy homebody, it's called FanTV. And Fan TV. Remind me a little bit of, or I'm sorry, TV Fan remind me a little bit of can I stream it, the website Can I Stream It. Yes, which is great. It's good, but it's hard to navigate on mobile, it's kind of a nightmare, and it loads a little bit slow, so TV Fan is an app by Fan.tv, that's why I mixed them up. Fanhattan owns them, so we did this. I filmed this on my, on my iPhone, and literally captured, straight from my phone, this is the app. And here it is. You can see, like, what's in theaters now, what's opening this we, there's trailers. You can see what free movies are on the internet. I thought that was really cool. If you go into the second, column, you can check out all of the different stuff. You can search for whatever you want, so I look for Breaking Bad. and I'm going to tap on it and you can see it's going to show me literally everything I ever needed to know about Breaking Bad. It will give me an episode guide, it will tell me when it's on TV if I am logged in and pick my ISP, my service provider. It'll show you exactly where you can watch it so it'll say like, oh, Netflix you can play it right now. You can stream it right now. You can buy it on iTunes for this price. You can do this, you can this. So it'll tell you exactly where everything is. It's really That is crazy. Gorgeous format. I love how everything is set up. It's just really stunning. And one of the other things I really like is you can go in the app. Logan can you pull up my, my own individual camera really quick? So, you can go into the app. And I'm just gonna show you really quick. You can go into. My services, and you get all of the different services from, like, all the different channels, like Hulu, and A&E, and AMC. Like, every single channel or service you can think of is on this list. Wow. And you can say. I don't use that service, so I, I'll uncheck like, Cinemax, like, I don't subscribe to Cinemax. So, OK, I'll uncheck that. So now it just won't show up in my search results. That's incredible. It's true. Really intuitive. It's a super good app, and it has, it's free. And I really, I dig it. Are there ads or something? No, not that I've seen. And it's only for iOS, or is it also for Android? They, okay, so it's only for iOS right now, they had here's the thing though. This is the refreshed, like, they rebuilt this app, like from the ground up. Mm-kay. So this was the brand new kind of relaunch of TV Fan, and what they're doing is, they're working on it a. Not only are they working on other versions for other OSs, mobile OSs, but they're also working on a web, a compatible one, so you can pull up literally on any device, even if it doesn't have an app. So, Windows phone Okay. Or other devices. And you'd be able to use it for [CROSSTALK] I'd rather have an app. So they're like you can use it from the web. I'd rather have an app too but if you have let's say a Windows phone and maybe they're not making an app, then you'd be able to go to the web version of it and you'd be able to pull up the, and use it the same way. Yeah, that's fine. Yeah. But I dig it. Yeah it's great. They have an online, like a website version of it. So if you go to fans.tv it's there. But that's what I'm into right now. Like I dig this. So much, I think it's so cool, and I love that it's all at my fingertips, and I can just say like oh is that streaming? Like, oh I gotta, I gotta find out if that's actually on Netflix, or if I have to rent it. This app is gonna stress you out, you're be like I have so many things to watch. I know, you can put everything on your watch list. What am I gonna do with my life? You can also put it, You're gonna stay in and not go to any fests. You can, you, I know, that's true. I won't go to any fests because of this. But you can put in things that are out that you are waiting for to like, show up on streaming services, and it'll notify you when they pop up. That I like. Which is really cool. Really cool, yeah. So they could be like, you, and you can choose like, daily, or you can choose weekly, so it's like, if you're like, please don't bother me, like, you can have it just send you every week, just say, oh hey, these are on. These things on your watch list are now available. Wow. Which is pretty cool. So I- They've got everything covered. All right. Totally like it. That's what I'm into. Good, nice. Hopefully you guys, if you try it and if you enjoy it, if you hate it then you can blame me, that's fine. All right are you ready to talk about what everybody wants to hear? Let's go into this, let's go. TD User Feedback. [MUSIC] Okay. And these [CROSSTALK]. There's a lot of good ones. I'm sure there are. Two days ago we had so many responses on YouTube, Twitter, everywhere, email of people saying what show they wanna bring back for a little TV event. Because of the X-Files being brought back. So. Rob wrote to us and said #tdevent "Millennium" another Chris Carter series. Which was very short lived. You don't remember it. Did you watch Cop Rock, you did. I should you some. Yeah, I did. But let's move on. Okay. [LAUGH] Do you want to pick one from YouTube? Okay. So, from YouTube we have. John Pattox said Pushing Daisies should be brought to Netflix for a whole new season. I agree. People would definitely watch it there. Yes, thank you. Thank you. And then we have Mark who says more Sci Fi that ended too soon. V from ABC needs a real ending. Plus the aliens were just supermodel humans. That was a good show. I know where you're going Mark. You remember that show? Didn't watch that show. Oh, it was a really good show. It was, and it was a. [CROSSTALK] I know, I'm a big TV like history buff. I like, like I'm all about it. So okay, give me another one. Okay, Eric Hayden from from YouTube said Batman Beyond finished too quickly. Oh, good one. I don't know, the return of the Joker was a nice little button on the end of that one. Mm, okay, I'll agree with that. I think, I think that was at the end, but anyway. Okay, I'll give you that. @Knowdazeoff tweeted, Flash Forward I understand most shows that make people think are There we go! are in banned/cancelled since RealiTV kills brain cells but please! Those guys were playing with fire, though. They, the Flash Forward are just like,. This show will never end! [LAUGH] That's right. We won't answer any of your questions! No. And then it got canceled. [INAUDIBLE] People were like, so then what happened? Yikes. I gotta, can I, I have one more from YouTube. Yeah, yeah. There's tons. We have tons, we have tons of [INAUDIBLE] But so, M. From YouTube, and I don't, I don't have it, if you can watch, okay. Pull up, pull up my screen. Oh. M. You just, you just made that thing go to sleep. Send in GameGenie codes. Send in GameGenie codes. We always ask for GameGenie codes, so now you have to ask for something completely different. We'll get to that, cuz we also got some in our email box, too. Okay, go ahead. So. Frederick says I would love to see Fringe come back. Shannon. Alright, yeah. Shannon says I would love to see The Greatest American Hero brought back to see where the characters are now. That'd be cool. I love that. Nick said my vote for TV event is Almost Human Oh yeah. And wife wants. To vote for Star Trek: Voyager. Yeah, Almost Human didn't get its chance, it like mixed up the episodes True. And kept moving the days. Mmhmm, they Firefly'd it. John says two shows they should bring back is Terranova, staying with Fox shows that got cancelled, because they need to finish the boat and math symbols storyline, and Surface because I would like to know what happens after the east and west coast get flooded. So it seems like Sci Fi really gets. Screwed over in cancellations. Lot of people sci-fi. Lot of people sci-fi. And then lastly David wrote and said, when I was a kid 100 or so years ago, all the shows I really liked inevitably got cancelled after one season. One I'd like to see was a superhero comedy called Captain Nice, and then he sent in a Wikipedia description, cuz I had never heard of it. Police chemist Carter Nash, a mild-mannered mama's boy who discovered a secret formula that, when taken,. Transformed him into an explosive burst of smoke into Captain Nice. As mentioned is Sir William Daniels, a great actor, better known now for his work as the voice of Knight Rider, and, and Mr. Feeney. Mr. Feeney, yeah. Mr. Feeney and was created by Buck Henry, the comedy writer who hosted SNL a bunch of times. It was funny stuff on [UNKNOWN] but love to see it going after the current superhero craze. Even if packaging could be a parody of the comic mini-series concept. Loved that one. That's a deep dive. That's going way back. Yeah. That's a reach. Basically a new IP. I like it. [CROSSTALK] sort of a fresh, yeah, IP. That's a reboot. Pitch to, BitTorrent. I like it. And then, of course, Joel Schumacher sent in a game, Genie Code and he said, Joel Schumacher? Thanks Joel. I said, oh, thanks for Batman and Robin. Thought I would send in my favorite Super Mario Brothers Game Genie code for the NES. N U L T K A, this turns all enemies into toads. Hard to find online, but I included an image for reference. Love the show. I like that he included an image. [INAUDIBLE]. Chester also sent us a huge load of Game Genie codes. So here's what we're gonna do. We're gonna post all your Game Genie codes on our Tumblr, and you can just, any time you just go reference. Are you screwing with me? Why all of a sudden we've been mentioning the Game Genie codes thing for like months. But we said, yes we haven't gotten any. Oh. We're like we were complaining about it, and everybody sent in Game Genie codes. Now we have to do a live stream where we use your Game. [INAUDIBLE] code. I, can we do that? I don't think we can. No. CNET hates when we play video games. No, that's not true. You know that's not true. No, that's not true. I mean, I mean, rigging and any [LAUGH] extreme on twitch. [CROSSTALK] We can use a modulator. [INAUDIBLE]. Got it figured out. You know, we, I got that. No problem. Excellent. Yeah. Well okay. So, that was your user feedback. There was so much more. We're really sorry we couldn't get to everybody. It was literally a, it was, it was like Hogwarts like getting the letters. It, they were just coming in, like comments were coming in all through the. It's the only. Don't be mad. It was insane. No I'm not. It was, it was so good. And thank you for that. It was great. Sorry we couldn't get to all of them. Okay. Time for our very last user feedback Phonetographer of the day [MUSIC] The very delightful Mary sent us a picture from a Note 4! Okay, so here we go! Are you ready? Mm-hm. She said, utterly love the camera on my Note 4. Here is a quick picture of the first daffodil of the spring from my front yard. She didn't send it in response- That is crisp. To yesterday's, or you just picked it? No, she sent it in response. Because it, it came in, that email came in after we said, like, send in pictures of your Note 4. Yeah. So she said, I, I, [CROSSTALK] I am on. I am on board with this camera. Look it how bright and cheerful that daffodil looks, there's so much hope for the spring. Yeah. I don't even, I don't even wanna add anything to it. It's just so cheerful, it makes me so happy. The color, though. Like, see that's, cuz. It's so rich. Again, I'm very into this nat, like very very into this, cuz I just went through the like, process of buying my new phone, yeah. I don't like my camera now. No? I was thinking about getting the Note and I kinda wish I did now. Khail almost. Then I could get my daffodil pictures in. Khail almost got a Note, but then decided it was too big. It was too big. Too big. Man. It was, 'cause when I was holding it, like. It is a little unwieldy. I don't, my, my grip isn't that strong. Huh. And so when I held it up to my head, I borrowed somebody's, said I'll bite. And I was like this is, if this slips out of my hand even just a, cuz my hands are greasy from barbeques too. It's like So, I ended up getting the M8. I will say if you are not sure if you wanna get a large phone like a fablet, I hate that phrase, but. If you wanna get a large phone over, like, a five inch phone or five and a half inch phone or even a six inch phone, my suggestion to you is if you really like large screens- Yeah. You will get used to it. Yeah. It's a Note or is it the six? I was, I went from, I went from the iPhone 5S to the. So the 6+ which is a little bit taller than a Note but also the Note is a little wider. Note is wider and that's the issue honestly. But the thing is you get used to it and like, I almost took this back at least twice. There were days where for two weeks I was like I think, I don't think I like this. I think I gotta take it back. And then, but then I got used to it and I don't ever wanna go. Go back. Right. Like I know exactly why, like I love the larger screen, like I, I don't wanna go back now. The six plus is kind of the sweet spot, honestly. I, it's, it's not to what, again that was the issue was like, I can't like, my hand, yeah, it wasn't like I could get a good grip on it- You don't have giant Lana Kane hands. And now that's what it is. To like hold it and kind of put my hands, because it's that locking position that I needed. Okay, alright. So. But I That's our breakdown of all the cell phones of 2015. Ever. Catch us next time on CNet. Yeah, exactly. Monster trucks. Sunday, Sunday, Sunday. [LAUGH] Okay, you guys. I like that end. It was like the end was the most lunatic part. Yeah. We like to just go. So if you make this, if you make it this far in the episode Right off the rails. You see, yeah, you see our brains kind of unravel. Yeah. 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