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That cool Magic Leap AR demo is probably fake, but we love it anyway (Tomorrow Daily 148)On today's show, we discuss a laser-equipped device that zaps mosquitoes from far away, explain why Magic Leap's cool AR game is probably still a pipe dream, and watch a zombie simulation wipe out the US (in our browser).
I'm gonna show a laser fly swatter that's gonna help you kill bugs in the air. Pew pew! A video showing off the future of AR, but it might be too good to be true. And a really cool online simulator is gonna show you where to hide during the zombie apocalypse. Hint: it's not [UNKNOWN]. It's Los Angeles. There's no basements here. That's right. Tomorrow Daily! [MUSIC] Greetings, citizens of the internet. Welcome to Tomorrow Daily, the best geek talk show in the known universe. I'm your host, Ashley Esqueda and joining me as always, Khail Anonymous. The man in this legend. How's it going? It's great. All right. Happy Monday. Yeah, happy Monday. It feels, it feels good. We have some new color. Some nice, some nice new color in the set. I think, were we, we're gonna point it out. Yeah, it's nice. I really, I really like this color. It really brings, it brings out your eyes. Yeah, it feels like we're not on the, like, the front of a Hallmark card. Oh yeah, look at this. Yeah. Oh look, you're so go, it's so good. I mean, I like it very much. Yeah. We're good, we owe this to producer Logan, for- We do. [CROSSTALK] For his wonder taste, muah, in set, set lightings, so Perfect. Good on him. All right, with that being said, it's Monday, which means we have a lot to get through, so let's hit the headlines. [MUSIC] So I'm about to tell you about a laser fly swatter. This product has actually been in the works for a while, like years now, but the original designer kind of walked away from it. But now a company Intellectual Ventures which is a big patent company has announced that they are licensing this thing for manufacturing. Is a laser bug killer. Okay. Okay. Lasers, the future of killing bugs. It's obviously the future of killing bugs. Okay. So we're going to watch some b-roll here, and I feel really bad for the mosquitoes in this b-roll because they're getting shot down like to Red Baron. Oh, no! They're just getting taken out of the sky. Okay, so. The thing about mosquitoes is, is that, you know, they're really, they're extra bad in places like Africa, where there's malaria. There, there can be malaria where there's a lot of still water. And so and there's also things like sand flies in the Middle East which are also extremely bad. Oh boy, that's the slope trail coming out of that mosquito. So here's how it works the goal of the device is to make this, sort of, sense around an area. [LAUGH] I love this, like, crazy slow motion video. It's graphic. Oh, it just blasts their wings off. Like, bloo! Yeah, it just, I mean, it blows their wings off. Okay. So it creates a grid. It, kind of, makes a sense around an area and then the laser beam used to zap the bugs is only a. Few millimeters wide. So I think it's between two and six millimeters wide, but it has a lot of range. The ideal distance for the laser to hit a bug is 25 to 100 meters, meters. So 75 to 300 feet away. That's far. And basically it uses two different beams. It uses an infrared beam to actually track the bug. And then a laser beam, a three watt laser, to take it out of the sky. This really does sound like zombie apocalypse protection type stuff. Okay. So even, even crazier, they're trying to figure out a way to pinpoint, because of the rate at which mosquitoes' wings flap, they're differently for male and female mosquitoes. They're trying to figure out how to make it so that the infrared beams can track whether or not the mosquito is male or female, and then shoot down only the female ones to save battery. But yeah, so that's what they're doing there. That- [LAUGH] That's a mosquito laser. I saw that and I just, I shouldn't laugh, I should not laugh at a video of them just bl, just blatantly shooting mosquitos out of the sky, but it's, it's, kind of entertaining. I dunno. I, I, well it's weird, because if. It, I, there's a lot of people that would probably be like David. There was a mosquito. But watching that slow painful mosquito. Look what you did, look what you're doing to those mosquitos. Where they're just floating gracefully. Oh, no, and you just, it, look at this I'm so upset. if you put some sad music to it. Oh, sad music. Yeah, put some sad music to it and it's completely It's like, no! It's not a great story. It's like our saddest story of the show. It's like with the robots when they show the people kicking him and everything Oh no! And they feel like they're abusing the robots. It's the same type of thing. Alright, tell me about magic Alright, so for this story you're gonna need to see the video so let's. I mean, let's just roll right into the video. The video's great. Really unbelievable video. And unbelievable is the word that I'm gonna stick with. Key phrase. Here. This is, Magic Leap. Okay, this is, this is, Weta showing off Magic Leap. This video is called just another day in the office. Kind of showing us what can be done with AR, the, at the highest level that the, what is imagination. The perfect world. Can go. So Weta Workshop helped make this magic leap produce this video. You might know some of their other work, cuz like Lord of the Rings and, and stuff like that. So they're no strangers to graphics. [CROSSTALK] Yeah, post production visual effects. I love the I love the inclusion of the Dr. Grordbort ray gun. Right. Cuz I have some at home. Cuz you just wanted to plug that. Anyway. I love them. So. So, they're showing off what an AR interface. Can do. But presumably the, we don't really know which, which way this video's going. Right. Whether they're like, we are doing this, or it can do this. There's been no response from anyone about this as of this filming. Yeah. But obviously it's showing off how you can play a game and interact with your surroundings. How your hands can interact, how you can interact with that gor/b bort gun. Yeah, like that's the first [UNKNOWN] You pick up a real life object and then use it in your AR game. Yeah. It looks like a corridor digital video. Yeah. It feels like we've seen stuff like this before. Exactly. And it just seems like Weta toying around. And that's playing with our hearts. That's, I had, I had a very guttural reaction to it, too. Yeah, I got so excited. It was, to me, to me, you got excited. I did not get excited. Cause you were [CROSSTALK]. I got aggravated. I get tired of seeing what AR can do, cause we've seen that a million You want to see it do it? I want to see it do. That's. Okay? Okay. I believe, I, I, I get your point. So this is a cool video, good job Hedda, it looks awesome, Freddy Wong's already d, already done it, let's see what AR can do. But again, we don't know if this is something they've actually done Right Or, or if they, or if they've actually worked with Magic Leap. So Magic Leap, interestingly, has a lot of money. Money right now. They have over half a billion dollars. Mm-hm. They have, they have, oh, I think it's like 530 some million dollars in venture capital from places like Google Ventures. Yeah, yeah. So they have a lot of investors. Definitely. They have a lot of investors and they were supposed to give a talk, I think at, maybe GDC or another conference. And then they cancelled, but then they released this video. They said this is what we were supposed to show you, but then, so I don't, I think that it- It's just like Hollowland. It might be planned. It might be a little planned. Yeah, just like Hollowland, [CROSSTALK] you know, all these promises [CROSSTALK] get us excited. And I'm sure like they. They buffed that video up since the Holland video came out. I'm sure. But regardless, you're right to have a lot of money, AR still hasn't really But it's not gonna be that right out of the gate. Showed us. Yeah, I mean Holland actually showed us some stuff. Right. So I guess we'll see. But either way we'd love to know your thoughts on this. Yeah. Right? That's our hashtag of the day. What I want to know is- Are you super happy like her or unnecessarily annoyed by it? [LAUGH] Unnecessarily. No I'm hopeful. Well, actually, irritated. I'm excited about it. I love air, I love VR, but. [UNKNOWN] Make it real, don't make it look like a Freddie [UNKNOWN] video. Okay, so here's the hashtag of the day. Okay, what is it? It is TDVRVAR. So, virtual reality. Yep. Virtual reality versus augmented reality. [LAUGH] Good timing for this. Yeah, very good. Virtual reality versus augmented reality. Which one are you more excited about at this point? So,. [INAUDIBLE]. Make me buy it. Okay. I a m very interested to see what you pick. We usually don't set these up. No, no. Because we like to hear each other's reactions. I write this question. And then say yours is wrong. [LAUGH]. I write this question literally five hours before these how, and I don't think of an answer until we sit right here. Yeah. Me neither. So you go first. Okay, so for me I think I am. As a gamer Uh-huh I have to more excited about virtual reality. You're more excited about virtual reality? I'm more excited about virtual reality because I love the idea of being immersed. And I, if I'm wearing a headset, I want to escape. That's, I want to be in a whole different world, I don't want to see extra stuff onto the things I see in my everyday life. Like, I wanna see. Something totally new and beautiful and amazing and incredible. And so for me, I would say the game that I would buy would, I don't want to say, it would have, like I love the Bio Shock Infinite so much and I feel like that world would have been so grand in virtual reality. Oh, man, yeah. Absolutely. So I feel like if I could play. And, like a 4k remaster of Bioshock Infinite, I think that would be the game that would be like, alright I have to buy this Any Bioshock game Any Bioshock game Any Bioshock, any atmospheric game would be fantastic in VR Be so good Right. I mean that, that's what we're all dreaming Of course In VR. And we're getting really close already We're getting there, we're working on it, we're moving. Ok what about you? I am more excited about AR. Because I feel. That shocks me. Really? No, I, I, I am, I feel like, I already have faith in VR to do its, do its thing. Okay. It's running its course. It's getting where it's supposed to be. Okay. And it's going, it's chugging along. AR, I feel like is going to be the thing that a lot more people. Like, adapt. I think my mom will put on a headset, my sister will put on a headset. Interesting. And then more, more people like, like Twitter and YouTube are going to be more likely to push those things forward, so more people will be using them. It'll start It'll be more gear. [CROSSTALK] up. I'll be meercatting with my stupid headset. But yeah, it's something that we've all wanted since we saw Google Glasses, everyone got excited. Right. Also, very reminiscent of this this magic leaf video, because the first video they showed of Google Glass was. It was very ambitious in terms of the scope and scale. Very ambitious. Yeah. And, and very similar in, in excitement levels to what we have here with [UNKNOWN]. So me and Gangus the robot are totally on board with the AR. You named the robot? Well, he told me. Oh, he told you? So, but, yeah, AR there's, there's a lot of promise. And it's, it's the thing, like, I mean, if we're talking about moving towards watches. I mean, even better if we can just not even not have to look down at a device. Right, have it in [UNKNOWN] Email, and, I mean this is not, this is not gonna be a perfect world once we have those No. VR headsets. We're gonna look stupid. Yeah. It's going to remove us from our world around us and we're just, it, so it's a bad thing but I'm excited. Excited at a terrible, terrible future. Like I'm gonna sometimes if there's like a down moment and your like, you're talking about like a Tim Shaffer or something like that, and I'll just zone out. I'll start watching YouTube videos Yeah you won't even have to pay attention to me on the show. It'll be perfect. Finally my dreams are coming true. I'll listen to this broad. But us so so that's I mean that's a good split. I think that's a really good point Yeah. I think you're that's a really good point too. I didn't think about the fact that maybe. Mass consumerism would maybe gravitate toward AR a little bit more than VR. Yeah. Pretty interesting. I'm very interested to know what Producer Logan. Yeah we'll have to ask Producer Logan, and you guys really curious about you guys. Ghengas is already, wo we're already ahead, me and. Ghengas is ahead of the curve with Kale. All right I just want to, Walking Dead was on last night. We've got to talk about zombies of course. So this is kind of a fun way to start the week, it's Zombie Town USA. And this is a simulator that reminds me of you know that game Play Ink on,>>Yes>>Okay, so fun, it's really good, like Outbreak Simulator, it's kind of cool. So this is online, you can go online, check it out. It's and, and you can basically set up some parameters like how fast your zombies move. You can set up how fast the time goes so you can see there, there's the outbreak happening, we started it. San Diego, and it's like oh, it's going across. This is how they operate? Yeah, yeah. It's happening. So we did it earlier. We recorded the, we screencapped it. But how? It seems like it's taking a long time. So here is the cool thing about this. So the funny thing is, is this is not just a fun simulator that was made for kicks. There's actually like a whole bunch of science behind this. The guys that made this. Wrote a paper about the epidemiology and statistical mechanics of zombies, and applied their knowledge to this simulation. They created a simulation, and one of the creators explains the model like this. And I, this is a, this is a quote. Or, or paraphrasing a quote he said. Every member of the population model has two numbers assigned to it. where it is and what state it's in, in terms of if it's a human, a zombie, or a dead. so those are the three states you can be in if you're a member of the population in this model. When the model, the model then charts interactions in that population over time, so the model will pick an action that can occur in each. Step of time, so each time increment that you set in this simulation, there's a thing that could happen, and in the model updates the probability for interactions every single time step, so it'll say, oh. [COUGH] You're more likely to shake someone's hand in New York, than in, you are, like Ohio. Right. You're more likely to, like, things like zombie bites human, human kills zombie, zombie walks. Walks, like it doesn't kill anybody or get killed but it just walks somewhere. Okay. So they, that's how it spreads. So it's a very, it's a very deep real, they feel, a very realistic model of what would happen if an outbreak or some kind of infection happened that affected the country. It's moving a lot slower than I thought it would. Deployed. Right. And so this is at like 500 plus hours. So this is, you know, this is quite a ways out. I'm moving to Texas. That's the safest place. So far, so good, right? Or Florida. So, but it's fun because you can choose where the outbreak starts. Oh, okay. You can say, like, oh, if it starts here, then like here's how it goes, and you know, obviously. There's a lot less people, sort of, in that area. That's kind of, you know, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, like Montana. So you can see it's a lot darker and then all of the sudden it gets really dark as it start the, it gets really red as it starts moving to more populated areas. Which is pretty cool. Yeah, it's very cool. It's very relaxing to just kind of like watch the world turning into zombies. So. It is, it is a little bit relaxing to sort of watch the doom of humanity. It's kind of delightful. By the way, I think it looks like you started, you started this outbreak in the Tomorrow Daily office. In the, it's Genghis. Yeah Genghis started it. [LAUGH] Genghis started it up. You. But yeah. You zombie robot you. But it, it's. It took forever to get to New York! It takes a long time, yeah, it's, it's Can you only do the US? Because I know we have a lot of global viewers. So, so far they have the US but it would be a, a, it would not be a stretch to see them maybe if it's very popular and they can somehow maybe modify it? Like I, I can see them maybe expanding it to the rest of the world. Mm-hm. DLC? Yeah, a little DLC, yeah, that'd be good. Ooh. But that's that's our headline, we're gonna be right back, we're gonna take a quick break. We have a really weird, kinda cool back it or hack it. It might change the way we wear shoes, which is kinda neat. And then we have your user feedback and of course, our phonetographer for the day. So don't click away. It's Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Welcome back to the show! We have a very interesting round of crowd-funding that we're going to tell you whether or not we like, or dislike. As always, on Monday, this is "Back or Hack". [NOISE] Don't, don't throw up on me. Real quick, we should say that Producer Logan said AR. He did. We asked him during the break. He said he, he's more excited about AR so that's me, Genghis and. Three, three against one. Yeah, and we'll [INAUDIBLE]. Feeling, I'm feeling pretty good about my choice. Okay! So-- I stand by my choice! So the way you wear your shoes-- Yeah! Okay, so we're gonna talk about a lady product, but it could be pretty easily ported to guys as well. Mm-hm. This is called Volvorii. Volvorii? Like potpourri? Volvorii. It's a pair of high heels. With an e-ink. Look, look, it changes. See it change? It's like magic. Okay. It's an e-ink. There's an e-ink panel embedded on the sides of this shoe. And the cool thing is, is you can not only change it from, you know, white to black, you can put patterns on it. you can upload little patterns, you can do stripes or dots or whatever it is that you are feeling in that particular day. It uses a flexible e-ink paper. And it's got a bluetooth LE receiver in the hollow of, of this, this. Oh, that's cool. So you can just send, you know, the patterns [UNKNOWN] so see look, he's changing the patterns of the [UNKNOWN] right there, which is like, or the. the paper which is pretty awesome. It's wireless charging so you can charge your shoes wirelessly. [LAUGH] And I was thinking to myself, like another thing that I have to charge everyday but no because it uses so little energy ink uses so little energy you can actually just you charge it like every few weeks. Takes like a long time. So, here's the thing guys, like image a tennis shoe like this, like, a, a tennis shoe. Oh my God! Yeah, that would be amazing. I'd wear that. So yeah, here's, so this, as I'm working on it, you can see [INAUDIBLE] Yeah. They have everything set up in there. They gotta put it in the sole of the shoe and stuff. But man, I would love, love, love to. A tennis shoe like this. That's really cool. All right, so, cool tech. And maybe color each- How, how, how much? Okay. What are we, what are we looking at here? So it's on Indigogo. Uh-huh. That's where you can find it. It closes on April 12. So it's been up for a little over a week, I guess? Or well, like it's about halfway through its campaign, maybe. As of right now, it has about $15,00 ish, Of, of $50,000 goal. So they're, they're, it's close. They're, definitely they haven't been screaming up the charts. $15,000 of the 50 that they need? That they want, yeah. And it, they want 249 dollars for one pair. Which is, for women in the neighborhood of kind of mid range designer shoes so it's not super cheap but it's also not nearly as expensive as say a Louboutin which is like a thousand dollars. Yeah but I can see like Bridget Carry or you, or Brian Tong wearing these. Yeah, Brian Tong like his legs would look amazing. Yeah. We should definitely email that to him. He would like them. [INAUDIBLE] Yeah, he would like them. [INAUDIBLE] They're just really good. Lock and load, man. They are, they're incredible. Yeah? They're like Ms. Universe legs. A little bit like- I don't know if I'd go that far. Not how I'd describe them. But they're pretty good. So yeah. It's, it's, it's it's called Volvorii, which is V-O-L-V-O-R-I-I. That's how you spell it. Okay, so about $300 for shoes. And bluetooth. You can switch them on the go? Yeah, yeah. They have the, the, you'll have like an app and you'll be able to switch out the patterns and everything, and you charge them every few weeks. So two, 2.50 for a pair [INAUDIBLE]. Wireless charging. Wireless charging, and if it helps at all, and I don't, I don't know if it does, there's like snaps on the front and the back so you can snap accessories on it, like bows, or like ex, whatever. Anyway. As if that matters to you. It might Yeah I'd say back it. I I, if I was, if I was a lady, I would like that sort of like kind fo showy Would you buy that for your girl? She'd have to get them herself. Oh, okay Because I can't trust my, I can't trust my fashion sense. For women, she'll be like [CROSSTALK] oh, she'll love these. No, because she, she wears like varieties. She ahs cowboy boots and she wears slips and she wears like heels. She's, that's a big investment. I don't know. I, a guy's shoes are like $100 maybe? $120? To, like that is. So yeah, yeah, yeah. So I don't know. I, I, yeah, these ones were like, 60. Yeah, I stay back at if only, if only to invest in the future of an eating tennis shoe. That's, I'm like. Oh God, yeah. I consider my investment in this. like a, a, hey, I really like this, make a tennis shoe please. I'm almost six feet tall, I cannot wear a heel. I don't like it, I have weak ankles, I'm like a giraffe. I can't, No I'm all about the flats guys. Well, that answers a lot of people's questions if, if you're. You're just taller than me. Yeah that's right, that is right. I'm wearing heels right now and it's not helping. Carol, Kell wears heels everyday to the show you guys, and it just. But, **** cushioning. He's got a little apple box. I've got a little high chair. No but that's cool, I like, I like all that kind of stuff. Yeah awesome. We've shown off a necklace that kind of like chains and Yeah, the projection necklace. That was really weird. I like those. There's gonna be more of this stuff. Oh, yeah. So you might as well back this guy. This guy is Get in on the ground floor, I guess. Mm-hm. What would you do? Would you, is there any patterns you'd throw on there that you know of? I would just love to see like M.C. Escher designs. Oh. Michelle Starner was talking about that online yesterday and I was, she was like, we're gonna M.C. Escher. Like oh my god yes. Or like the the carpet in The Shining, do you remember that? Like oh my god yeah. That would be cool. It made like a wall of weird tapestry designs I would love like words, you could do, you could do words. Oh you put like happy birthday if it's somebody's birthday. You could put your favorite book. A page of your favorite book put that in there, you could have like text, that would be awesome! Yeah, yeah, if their, call us dude or lady I don't know what it is. We'll help you develop stuff Awesome, yeah but sneaker death. Super good yeah but sneaker all the way. Okay guys, it's time to talk about you think, so it's time for user feedback. Boy, you guys really had a lot to say about the view, you had a lot to say Yeah. about whether or not you'd pay fifty bucks. For the Playstation View sheshechic wrote in and said, $50 is a no go. I don't have a Playstation, and at that price I'll stick with Charter and TIVO. The price makes no sense at all. Yeah. People have already found their ways of getting this content. They don't wanna go out of their way to get it. Right. Good on you. Ferdy wrote and said, got Netflix and Hulu. Got used to not having cable. It's too expensive. Fifteen to 20 bucks a month may be worth it. Also available on portable devices. Yeah, there's a good thing. We should have asked how much they'd be willing to pay. Yeah. It's, a lot of people said like, 20 bucks. Like 20, 25 bucks would be the top. I think 35. I, I would say 30, 35 seems appropriate, just considering the cloud DVR. Like, I like that. Yeah. And I, I like that you can, fast forward through commercials. 50 just seems. He's to much, like I don't know why. I think it's because like going against everything else. It just gives me that sick feeling of like this is another cable contract. And it's like, I know I'm not signing a two year contract or anything with Sony but it, it feels like I am. This is a commitment, oh I'm going to pay for this and bleh, I don't like that. Shannon wrote in and said TDVUE packages are the same as cable.<< Yeah. << You are still paying for services you do not want hashtag not for me. Love the show guys. << Oh, yeah, totally agree. << Yeah, agree. << There are more cable packages- << Here, this, this answer was probably my favorite answer. Cortland wrote in and said I would pay 50 bucks a month for PlayStation Vue. Only if I could pick 75 channels that I want. All right. So you'd say I want to pick my 75 channels. Or maybe, if you get to pick your channels, you only get 50. Maybe it's like 50 bucks a month, and you can get 75 channels that we choose for you. Free, or you can pick 50 of your choice. I'd pick 75 shows. Yeah, that would be. I'd like that. And then, you know, whatever. And then lastly, Rob e-mailed us and said yes, I have a PlayStation 3, but I'm thinking about getting a PlayStation 4. I'm undecided whether I'm in or not, because although. It's way cheaper than what I'm paying for cable. If I want HBO, it'll be an extra fee, plus, if someone wants sports, you have to pay an extra fee. I guess, the only way that I would buy a Vue, that I would buy Vue is if it offered live sports and HBO and the other pay channels were included in the $50 price. See, ev, the, I knew, so, you, you asked yesterday that. Sports can be a make or break for a lot of people and it is. A lot of people say, like, no sports? I don't want. Like, forget it. Yeah. And HBO's trying to do their own thing. Got to have ESPN. That's a big, that's a big tick, that's a big yes. That's a big get, and that- I couldn't care less about sports, so, like- But, I get it. That doesn't matter. Oh, I absolutely get it. See, I feel like it should be, that $50 should include, like, ESPN and, like, that stuff. But, then, if you don't want it you can have removed. Like, you can opt out- Oh, yeah. So you can just, like, modularly take away. I think that that's more of a fair thing, like, as opposed to saying. All of you must have this. Yeah. It's like I don't need 200 channels of every sport that has ever existed on my FIOS, like I pay for that, I never use them. It's like I wish I could just say you know what, just all sports channels, just take em out, And, and then just charge me like- It's not a bad idea. credit my account for the difference. And whatever that is Alright That's what I want, credit Not bad. Not bad thinking. Pretty good user feedback But we're not in that, not in that [UNKNOWN] I know But yeah no, this was a very, a very active conversation Heated argument, very heated And I love it, cause our segment yesterday was real long, cause we were in this like. [NOISE] Yeah. We got This is how we feel about this. We got ragey. So anyway, yes. Thanks for your, thanks for your comments. It was really cool to see how everybody felt because, as we said, we got a big [CROSSTALK]. Cause wow, you feel really strongly. We all have to decide together so that we control the strings Yeah. of where things are going. It's true. We all have to fight for the user which is us. Mm-hm. So all right guys, it's time for our very last user feedback, it is our photographer of the day. [NOISE] [MUSIC] Alex wrote into us and he got a little I think maybe he was angry when he wrote in. Maybe he just needed to eat something, cuz he was a little upset. Uh-oh! He wrote in and said I took this picture with my HTC ONE M7, I love my cat. So much, they're great subjects to take pictures of. And then there was an emoji, a grimace emoji and like a kind of angry crying emoji and it said, please notice me. Woh Alex dude, you have cats. Pet your cat, it calms your heart down. And that's what they, they give it to old people so they relax. There's nine, nine exclamation points after notice me. That's your cat. We love you. Alex hello. We've noticed, we've noticed you. Hi Alex. I like that it, I like your idea that he's hungry and angry and typing. I thought he was just maybe he was just, he's a little hangry that's all. I don't think you were actually mad at us. You were maybe just a little bit, you just needed a snack that's all i'm saying. Yeah. If you want to send in your phonetography you can email us tomorrow at cnet.com. Send us send us your picture, send us what device you took it with, and tell us a little story, cuz we always like that. And of course, you could always send us other stuff story ideas, tips, tricks. Again, I always like Game Genie codes. That's always nice. Mm-hm. Coupons- Not a single person has sent us a Game Genie code. Nobody has sent us- I have so many games I can't beat right now. No, I really can't. I'm stuck in Contra, you know? Oh, yeah. It's tough. And then of course, if you absolutely hate email, you can find us on social media. We're on Snapchat, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, we're Tomorrow Daily on all those things, and we're Tomorrow Daily TV over on Google Plus. How do we have the time to do all those things? We don't. No, we don't. We don't have time to do any of those things. I want, I'm interested to know what people are using the most Yeah Like hit us up, like which one you use the most, or if you think we should be using more. Yeah, tell us on that I'm very interested Because I check them, but it's like, we, like I don't see a lot, like, like I really don't, unless it's Twitter, which there's generally the most active on Twitter. So yeah, that's where you can find us on social media. Yeah, there you go. And also, if you're watching on YouTube, I've been reading your comments. I yeah, I've been, I've been looking. I, I approve. I'm proud. I stalk too. I stalk there. So don't forget to rate, review, and leave a comment so that we can talk. Yes. And then also, if you're listening on iTunes podcasts, don't forget to rate and review on that, too. We check the comments on there every once in a while. I do. I like to read the reviews. They leave the funniest comments in the, in the iTunes reviews. You guys leave the best reviews on iTunes. Those are great. Tell, tell tell Genghis you said hi, if you, if you're there. Say hi to Genghis in the review, if you, if you haven't done it yet. But we have like swan hype reviews that, that I think is my favorite. I love the swan hype reviews. [LAUGH] People don't know what they're getting into. Anyway, and also, if you want to follow us on Twitter's and our social lives and our social lives and our social rambling, I am at [UNKNOWN] on twitter. And I'm at [UNKNOWN] on Twitter. How did that happen? How did we both get the same name? You know, I, I e-mailed Twitter, and I asked them to do me a favor. [CROSSTALK] like switched chairs. Yeah, [UNKNOWN] we switched chairs. I feel like I'm, I feel like I'm absorbing your powers right now. All right guys, that is it for the show. We will be back tomorrow with a brand new [UNKNOWN] of weird tech science. Fiction, science fact crashing, it's all good, I'm excited about it hope you are too and until then be good humans we'll see you next time, bye! [MUSIC]