The best robot training montage you'll ever see (Tomorrow Daily 144)
On today's show, Robert Downey Jr.
otherwise known as Ironman gives a bionic arm to a very special recipient.
A photographer goes remote spelunking in a cave with a drone.
And also, were gonna show you the greatest robot training montage video you've ever seen in your life.
And that's a guarantee.
This is Tomorrow Daily.
Greeting citizens of the internet, welcome to Tomorrow Daily, the best geek talk show in the known universe.
I'm your host Ashley Esqueda, joining me today, because Kale is off, gallivanting around in Austin with the likes of Sir Mix-A-Lot and others
Bryan Bishop of Adam Carolla show, best selling author and also co-host of the podcast The Film Vault.
My God that's an impressive resume.
That is, well that's why we asked you to come back because your resume's it's just like 40 pages.
Yeah, it's overwhelming.
Once you got halfway through it's like fine just have the guy on.
Now it's just the Nobel Peace Prize that just.
Go, the list goes on and on.
Volunteer work, I mean it's really impressive.
I do appreciate, appreciate you having me back.
I'm excited to do this show.
Yeah we have some really good stories today.
And we're happy to have you too.
So why not, let's not waste any more time.
Let's hit the headlines.
So this video's been making the rounds on the internet.
Obviously on, onion cutting ninjas kicking up dust everywhere-
Because I got a little- there was something in my eye.
Got a little dusty in the [UNKNOWN] household?
It was really terrible.
I mean, like, I don't know what was going on but it just, it felt like maybe a windstorm kicked up in my house, but-.
I got a little.
Seasonal allergies, the changing of the weather.
That has to be it.
Change in the weather, Spring is coming, so seasonal allergies.
Point is you've got a little [INAUDIBLE]
A little phlegm.
So there is a guy out there named Albert Madero and for this, this is first and foremost this guy to me is a hero.
He is a full ride scholar.
And he's also a doctoral student in mechanical engineering.
He partnered with the man himself, Robert Downey, Jr.
As, Robert Downey, Jr.
basically was basically playing Tony Stark-
to present these fantastic bionic arm that Albert makes to this kid, Alex.
So Albert has a volunteer group called limb-, limbless but with a B.
Like limb, limb.
If you're googling it.
That build and donate 3D printed bionic limbs to kids in need and so usually it costs about $40,000 to make a bionic arm.
I'm shocked it's that little.
It would just [INAUDIBLE] expensive, but also sometimes you see some of the things that these arms can do and you're like that actually seems like a bargain.
And these were, this was 3-D printed right?
This is, okay so yeah they're 3-D printed and.
I think I read that.
He was able to, Albert was able to make, this bionic arm, not the one that Robert Downey Jr.
is going to show you, but the one for Alex.
The one the kid has is way more impressive.
It's so, so cool!
Its an actual Iron Man looking bionic arm.
He was able to make it.
For just $350 in materials.
Well, if you've, we should point out if they haven't seen the video to viewers that, that the child was born with an underdeveloped arm.
Basically he has one arm.
He has an underdeveloped arm.
His right arm is underdeveloped, and he is so adorable in this video.
He, first of all, we love, both, you and I love this, Brian.
We were talking about how when he, when this kid realizes, when Alex realizes that it's really Robert Downey Junior, you can see on his face, he's like keep it cool man, keep it [CROSSTALK] cool.
Yeah, keep it together.
Keep it together.
I know he's like oh my gosh this is Iron Man, I'm so excited.
And it's really neat because Robert Downey, Jr.
He, of course, puts on a Tony Stark-
Puts on his persona.
He's so cool, but he's also so kind and compassionate to do this.
And they compare bionic arms.
Which is fantastic, and I love that he [CROSSTALK] tells Alex, he's like, yours is better.
It is better.
And my moment, like he mentioned is actually.
When Robert Downey, Jr.
realizes the kid knows who he is-
He breaks character for a second.
He does, like, a genuine fist-pump.
Like, he's, like, really excited that this whole thing's working.
He's like, yes.
He's genuinely, like, cool with the whole thing.
Do we have, like, producer Logan?
Do we have a clip of, like, him, them actually talking together?
I don't know if we ran the.
The one with the.
It was probably in there, but it was early on.
It was probably a third of the way through the whole thing.
It's right here.
He's talking to him, he's explaining the whole Iron Man character thing.
Sure, yeah, keep it together.
it may be cool.
It's pretty great.
So yeah, it's so great, and we, I just wanted to let you guys know if you would like to learn more about this particular project my, this is actually part of an initiative that Microsoft is doing called The Collective Project, and they are featuring stories about students who are kind of making really great positive changes in their communities.
And so Albert totally wins our Good Human Award.
So high five to you Albert.
But you can go and look up hashtag collective project.
That's like how you can find out more about everything, and I'm sure if you Googled Microsoft Collective Project you'd be able to see all the other projects that they're doing.
But, so awesome.
Limb, Limbitless, but L-I-M-B.
IT, and, just great stuff from Albert.
So, thank you Albert for being such an awesome person and helping out a kid in need, and, and making it so cool.
Keep it up!
Keep up the great work.
So tell me about these, tell me about drunk spelunking.
I appreciate when you pick the stories.
For who's going to say what.
You give me the one with the the obscure Vietnamese Cave.
I'm going to try to and pronounce here.
That was on purpose.
In Hong Sun ****.
That's actually a great pronunciation.
Is that it?
Hong Sun ****.
They is apparently the is it the world's largest cave?
The world's largest.
Cave it's in Vietnam.
Three, it's over three miles long.
It's 660 feet high.
449 feet wide.
This photographer Ryan, Ryan DeBoot.
He decided to get a, to get a quadcopter, he got a can camera, a go pro, and he basically sent it into this cave and made a beautiful 6 minute video.
But I would call it a very tranquil, like it's got beautiful photography and beautiful sound in the music.
I mean, we're seeing the footage of this video and it's really amazing to me that there's all this flora, there's like trees.
There's an entire ecosystem inside of this.
That is crazy.>> [UNKNOWN] two four, hidden cave.
It's pretty amazing.
If,uh, if you are watching this at work and you're stressed out, take a little break once you're done, go watch a six minute video of like this crazy cave exploration.
Look at how tiny people are in this video.>> [CROSSTALK] Yeah.>>And that, that's the thing that blew my mind, when we checked out this footage.
You, it doesn't look really larger until you see people for scale.
Yeah, and that's helpful when there are people.
And they showed the cool, time-lapse photography inside the cave with the shun-the sun shining through.
It's pretty spectacular.
This makes me what to go there.
But I also am, I'm like.
I'm always scared of like a natural disaster blocking my way and then I'll just never get out.
Yeah but what a story.
What a, I mean
What a story to tell
Yeah, that you got locked in the world's largest cave?
How'd you get here?
Well, funny story.
Let me tell you.
I've got some great video.
I've got some great drone footage.
So I, this is a, he actually used let's see, a DJ eye phantom tooth.
So this is a, this is a pretty expensive drone.
I think it's like 1600 or a couple grand.
So that's some expensive gear going on here, but some of these shots you're never gonna get, any other way.
So drones, drone, videography really is just the only way we're gonna get some of these shots.
The next frontier is inside the cave.
I mean, he kind of like poked her like this one.
He kind of poked around a little bit.
Right that's the time lapse what I'm talking about.
Look at the people, they are so tiny.
Love it, it's amazing.
I just, I mean really guys, this is, this makes me want to go explore things except not explore them I almost wonder, exploring by proxy.
Well see I was just thinking I'm like this guy is going to make a killing at some point creating these videos for virtual reality tours.
[CROSSTALK] So then that way I will have my [UNKNOWN] next year, and then I'll just put it on and i'm like, hey guys, I want to go to [UNKNOWN] and I wanna, I, then I just pay my $5 bucks-
or $10 bucks, or whatever, then I get my little virtual tour, and then I'm good.
I think it sounds pretty good.
Lets go right now.
Lets, lets do that.
So actually that brings us to our hashtag of the day which is #tdexplore and I'm really curious as to what thing would you want to send out a drone
To see for you but would not want to experience yourself?
So for example, I would love to climb Mt.
Everest via drone-
But I don't actually want to be out in the snow and almost like, kill myself.
Getting up there and getting back down.
No, that makes sense.
So, send the drone but not act, not actually experience it.
Something you wouldn't actually want to be there and do-
I'd be somewhere else.
You'd be somewhere else and then you'd just send a drone-
To go check it out for you.
Probably my own funeral.
Probably be my answer.
I like that.
That's a good answer.
I'd be somewhere else.
You would be.
I would be.
I beat you on a technicality, Ashley.
That is a technicality, but I will accept it.
Bend a little space time continuum to make that work.
It's all good.
Clearly I faked my own death in this scenario.
And I'm somewhere else.
And you're in a cave.
Yeah I'm in a cave.
[CROSSTALK] I want to [CROSSTALK] impossible to get to a cave.
That's exactly what happened.
So that's your hashtag today TD explorer.
And then, we have, we've gotta talk about this robot montage so I saw this this weekend.
And, just thought it was the best, because you know, robots are people too, except they aren't.
And this YouTube user, named summer travel uploaded this video that just brings me so much joy.
These are Boston Dynamic humanoid robots.
They have Atlas and Pepman, this is Atlas right here.
Pepman is the the really scary one, looks like an actual person.>>Oh as opposed to Atlas who is not the scary one.>>Yeah they're both pretty terrifying.
[CROSSTALK] the friendly looking one.
That's the last thing you'll ever see right there.
I know, I just, I'm going to do a push-up and sh.
Well my nightmares are nice enough to [UNKNOWN] for awhile.
You're gonna definitely.
But the nice thing is is they set it to the Scarface theme.
Yeah they set it to, credit to these guys for not setting it to a very obvious song like a song from Rocky or something.
They kind of [CROSSTALK] what I would consider a semi-obscure song.
From yeah from Scarface soundtrack.
It's a pretty great 80 style
Yeah, and they're working out.
I mean they're climbing stairs, doing push ups, they're, they're stumbling over rocks, they're doing all kinds of stuff I mean it just, it's so good.
Getting hit by a weight.
They're far more agile and athletic than me.
Oh yeah, I know.
I can't, see I wouldn't be able to climb myself up onto that.
Look it, he's going to jump.
That's an injury right there.
That's yep, that's definitely something that will chase me and beat me.
Like, I, I, it will chase me down.
This results, this activity results in me sending a drone to my own funeral.
[CROSSTALK] It's a precursor.
This is a prequel to our previous story.
So I really love this but I, I had to ask you because you are one of the hosts of the film vault.
In your opinion, what is the greatest film montage of all time?
Oh man, there's so many.
And of course the obvious answer is' Rocky IV' has a great montage.
Every Rocky movie has a great montage.
There's one I, I would recommend people track it down on YouTube or, or on the internet and find it.
It's have you ever seen The Rules of Attraction with James Van Der Beek?
There's a very NSFW montage.
It's very good, very funny, but put your headphones on.
You don't want to blas, blast this one in the office.
but it's very funny.
It's about a guy's trip to Europe, its condensed into about two minutes.
Its a good solid montage.
Funny, little adult humor, but good stuff.
I like the montage parody.
Team America, yeah.
Now it's time for a montage.
[UNKNOWN] need a montage.
Very self-aware montage.
So that is our set of headlines for today.
We are going to take a quick break.
We'll be right back with the weirdest backer hack, one of the weirdest backer hack it's I think I have chosen on this show.
It's so strange.
And also we have your user feedback from last week, and our phonetographer of the day.
So don't click away, it's Tomorrow Daily.
Welcome back to the show.
Once again I'm here with Brian Bishop, best-selling author, Adam Kroll show.
That is true actually.
Play boy billionaire.
Working on it.
Working on it, okay, good, I like it.
So every week we like to talk to you guys about crowd-funding projects that are trying to get off the ground.
Some of them make it, some of them don't.
We like to say if we are into it or not, so this is back it or hack it.
I have some questions about this.
This is called Rocketbook.
Let me explain Rocketbook to you.
So, this is a notebook, which seems pretty straightforward.
A notebook like a tablet or a note.
Notebook like something you write in.
Physically write in notebook.
I'm already losing faith.
Get your things.
I'm already out.
So the idea is, you have this notebook.
You use a pen, a special pen.
Called a Pilot FriXion.
And you write in there, and then you use the app-
But you use it like a regular, like you, pen and ink?
Yeah, pen and ink.
Just like a regular notebook.
And, along the bottom, there are some little symbols.
You can mark them and then the app actually will read all of these things and send your.
It's off to whatever cloud service you mark.
So let's say you have like all the crown goes to Google Drive.
So you scan it as though you would scan a check to deposit.
Very similar and it uploads it I believe as a jpg.
So any of these services which is pretty cool.
And there's ever note and you've got email.
Drop box, Google Drive all that good stuff.
So here's where it gets weird.
So you've uploaded your notes.
You've got everything in there.
and oh man, your notebook's full!
You used fifty pages, that's a lot of notes.
But maybe you're taking an okem class.
You'd buy a new notebook usually.
Not with Rocketbook because.
It is microwave safe, and this pen, the pilot friction pen.
The ink disappears when it is exposed to heat.
You pop the book into the microwave.
Set it and cook it.
Set it and forget it.
And you cook it, and when you're done, the book is blank.
And you can start all over again.
That, is that not the weirdest thing?
That is weird.
I also read in your, in, in the notes you sent me, that it can be done up to 25 times.
Is that what it is?
Or some number like that?
So they say, they recommend in the FAQ, they recommend 25 erases.
Like, around that amount.
So you get about 25.
Fifty pages each.
What's the retail on this?
Do they have a
So that's like fifty cents a page.
One dollar every time.
I microwave it.
Two bucks a page.
It's twenty-five bucks and you get a fifty page rock book.
It comes with pen.
And I think for higher levels of commitment for backing on crowdfunding.
You get like colorful pens.
Sure, highlighters maybe.
Yeah, of course.
Yeah, all these different, like, weird things.
So yeah 25 erase cycles they say that you have.
June 2015 delivery so it's not gonna take forever.
Thank god, cause I can't.
I can't wait for my microwave book.
Your microwavable notebook?
And, ap, apparently they are definitely going to happen.
Because they asked for $20 thousand in funding and they still have like, like, I think 19 days left and they're over $300 thousand.
Good for them.
We, on the, on the film [UNKNOWN], we [UNKNOWN] our [UNKNOWN].
We have a term we like to call needlessly elaborate.
This is needlessly elaborate.
It is really elaborate.
There are many easier ways.
And cheaper, frankly.
Maybe they're just not, maybe they're just, you know, we're saving trees?
I don't know if you are.
I don't know if we are.
I think you're hurting a lot more and then production.
I don't know.
You're radiating yourself.
If you microwave in your.
Like I worry about radiation.
Like, I just, an also, it, this ink supposedly disappears when exposed to heat.
Where does it go?
First of all, yeah, where does it go?
It's like that movie Envy, where does the poo go?
Well no, it's like in Harry Potter, your writing to Voldemort, obviously.
When you put it in the microwave all your text actually gets uploaded to Voldemort's cloud services.
Okay, timely reference.
It's only 13 years old ten years old, whatever.
So my question is this, we live in southern California.
Yes we do.
It gets very hot here.
[LAUGH] Leave it outside, leave it on your car hood?
What if you're out?
No, what if you're just
Out on, sitting on a park bench?
And you're like sketching
And then all of a sudden it just goes away.
Your magic ink is floating away you're chasing after it.
[LAUGH] No, come back.
People chasing after magical invisible ink in the air would not be the weirdest.
Weirdest thing you see in a normal LA day.
No, that's very true, especially not in Venice Beach.
No, anywhere on the west side.
Anywhere near the water you're good.
Yeah, anywhere near the water, that would not be the weirdest thing you saw in a day.
Oh, another guy chasing the [UNKNOWN].
[LAUGH] I think I see people already doing that.
So that's, that is Rocket Book.
I thought it was very interesting.
Super weird but also kind of one of those things where it's like, like you said, needlessly elaborate but also maybe to some people obviously $300,000 worth of people very, very cool.
It's cool and I appreciate the technology involved for sure and hopefully this can be used for something [LAUGH] worthwhile someday but
But I, I can't behind this.
I mean I was just thinking about maybe like for school?
So you have like.
You upload your notes.
Doesn't everyone, don't now, all, don't all the kids these days just bring in their laptops
Bring in a laptop?
Or pen, or notepads or whatever?
I don't know I mean I like
I like to make, like I feel like if I write something down I remember it better
Oh I agree.
Than if I type it down, type it so like, I feel like I, I might use this for like a lecture based class
Or something like that, I don't know.
Like that seems like the thing I would use it for and then it's like every year you don't have to keep buying a notebook you just.
Throw it into the microwave.
Cuz you know
I'm done with this I'm never gonna need it again, you just microwave it away.
You know where I think this might have a specifically good application.
I actually use to be a high school football coach for two years.
And, obviously, we would take notes and, and game, stats and draw plays and.
Can't really do that on Notepad or quite as easily.
It could actually be a good thing if you're on the sidelines of maybe a Lacrosse or soccer or football especially and trying to draw up you know stats or notes or plays or whatever.
And then you can scan them and upload them, so that would be an interesting [INAUDIBLE]
And everyone had access to like [CROSSTALK]
If you're, if you're an NFL coach.
Or even college coach.
You have a staff of 25, 30 people, you got to get those notes out.
A bunch of people, yeah.
Yeah, that's true.
I can see that being actually a very specifically good application.
Okay, fair enough.
I, I just convinced myself [LAUGH].
You did, so you're going to back it?
Are you going to back it or hack it?
These guys don't need my help, obviously, they're over 300,000 dollars already.
But would you buy it?
You know what, I would actually, I would in, in shark tank style I would get behind this and try and pitch it to like the NFL or the NCAA.
So I'm going to back it.
I like it.
I say it back it if only for I would, I would back it in a business sense and I would try to get it into university book stores
That's where I would try to get into.
So, we have to talk about you now.
It is time to talk about you.
It's User Feedback.
So last week we did a story about the Netflix hack day where they were able to get Netflix running on an eight bit NES.
And it was awesome.
And we asked everybody to use the hashtag TDRIG to talk about, like, what, how they would sort of up rig up ways, new ways to watch.
New ways to watch.
So Tyler wrote into us and said, use binaural audio for TV shows to create a sense of realism.
Or use Occulus for TV shows to where you can interact inside the screens.
Mm, I understood most of those words.
This is CNet so good for you.
And then and then we had Ali write in and he said two things.
Number extended scene a battle ground or martial art fight.
Or two slow motion.
So that, you'd be able to kind of.
Get into those things, like, you could rig everything up to, like, watch that, extended scenes and stuff.
Richard wrote in and said, if you have VR I would like you to be able to pause a scene and walk through the set.
That's pretty cool.
That's be, like, cool.
That's be, like, a cool thing to offer like if you're a Kickstarter or raising money for, like, you know, a movie or something like that.
Like, you could walk through the set [CROSSTALK] Do a set tour from anywhere in the world.
Set tour for this amount of backing.
If you could do that, that would be awesome.
Niel wrote in and said a choose your own adventure that takes the majority of votes every day, at ad break, ad break and decides the next part of the show.
Oh, like a live streaming choose your own adventure.
I think we should do that instead of those NBC musicals.
Oh that'd be great.
.>>That'd be super good right?
[LAUGH] Peter Pan just jump off the
Choose your own adventure.
Just jump off the boat.
Feed yourself to the crocodile.
Everybody of course the internet would make it
Like everybody died within the first.
Yeah.>>Like we'd be.>>It would be a very short>> [CROSSTALK] Except for>>holiday special.>>Except for Christopher Walken, who would be dancing in his Hook costume.>>Yeah, he'd be dancing.>>Yeah, for the rest of the time.
Like to fill the time, that's it, end of story.>>Um, and then, lastly, Rick wrote into us and said a drinking game on Netflix.
Whenever a character dies a pop-up shows to drink.
Same for Breaking Bad.
Like Game, Game of Thrones or Game of Netflix.
I like this.
I like this idea, but also, we're a family show, so drink, it could be milk.
True, [LAUGH] yeah, right.
Listen, drinking that much milk could kill you.
Or iced tea.
You could drink too much water.
Water intoxication is bad.
Netflix presents severe alcohol poisoning.
Severe milk poisoning.
[INAUDIBLE] And no we don't want to do that.
And then lastly we asked just as a joke last week we were asking how would you say Tomorrow Daily in Klingon.
So Adam wrote into us and said According to Bing Translate," Tomorrow Every Day" translates to I don't know how to say this in Klingon do you want to give it a shot?
I Don't wanna give it a shot.
Tha, tha, that would get me arrested.
[INAUDIBLE] You gave me the cane first.
I gave you the cane.
Well now you're on a roll.
Well that's just.
Okay, I'll buy that.
He says there's no Klingon word for daily.
So it has to be every day.
Adam, the authorities are headed over to your house right now.
Sorry about that.
[LAUGH] So that is our, that is our user feedback.
And, of course, we have our very last piece of user feedback, which is always our phonetographer for the day.
Thomas wrote in to us.
He had a really nice picture, he used his Moto G to take it.
He says I took this picture on my Moto G at 2014 while I was walking on the beach.
I took this picture because we don't get many days where it's sunny here and in Ireland
And you can see the island clearly.
I hope you like the picture.
I would have never guessed that picture came from Ireland.
It looks like it's some wonderful, tropical island.
It looks Hawaiian.
Like one of those like [INAUDIBLE] or something like that.
Yeah, like one of those volcano islands in the distance or something.
It's really good, I love this.
I love that it came from Ireland, that's so delightful.
But, I do feel like like this.
Image and we've been talking about this the last few episodes, is ripe for something to add to, like we got to add something to this image.
Oh, meme this image or something like that?
So, for example, last week we had Jeff Goldblum running with Left Shark.
Like we, there's a beach picture, it was really nice, there was a bonfire.
So we had Left Shark, somebody Photoshopped Left Shark in, and Jeff Goldblum running with floaties on.
You don't have to explain it to me.
I, so what do you think, I mean, can we see the image one more time?
What can we add to this to really make it, like, pull a surprise winning photography.
You know what, [INAUDIBLE] isn't getting nearly enough attention.
Oh left shark!
Could we have right shark as maybe like swimming like morosely, saying, what about me like and lifting up his hands or something like?
So basically guys, like take left shark and flip him horizontally.
And then, and then make a sad face.
Yeah, turn his smiley face upside-down.
Turn that smile upside-down so he should be sad.
Sad right shark.
Right shark has gotten, not getting nearly enough attention.
He doesn't get any love.
Everybody loves left shark.
Right shark is the straight man in the whole operation.
Left shark's free to be like crazy.
He's the foil.
He's the comedic foil.
Everybody loves left shark.
But really, you would have no left shark without right shark.
Which left shark wouldn't be nearly as good.
For every yin there has to be yang.
That's exactly right.
I like it.
On that note, we are going to close up show.
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And then of course, how do we find, how do we find you on the internet Brian?
Well I am on Twitter at Bald Bryan, Bryan with a Y. And I have a book out.
It comes out in paper back in a couple of months.
But you can get it on hard cover now, wherever finer books are sold.
And it's not what you think.
It's funny and sad.
It's funny and sad and also.
It sounded funny.
Sounded like and maybe and I would say uplifting in a way.
You'll have to wait to find out.
I'd say yeah, ongoing story very good.
And and then of course like you said you're.
Like we were mentioning you were on Adam Carolla.
You're all over
Adam Carolla shows every day on iTunes, of course and Filmbot once a week on Fridays.
Good fun film discussion where we do fire Logan occasionally.
We also fire producer Logan occasionally but then we welcome him back with open arms everyday.
Cuz we love him.
We love you producer Logan.
Alright guys, on that note, I am signing off.
I'll be back actually tomorrow with a new guest host, Armen Atoyan, tomorrow who is a friend of mine.
He is super, he is like super geeked, like
Is he 12 years old?
He's a host.
He's not 12 years old.
but has a delightful imagination of a 12.
Okay, well that's somethin.
So if you would like to tune in tomorrow, I highly encourage you to do so.
And we will be back with a brand new docket of weird technology, science, robots, future
All the good stuff pop culture.
And until then, be good humans, and we'll see you next time.
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