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Fisher Price shows off its vision of futuristic toys (Tomorrow Daily 336)A concept video shows off Fisher Price's ideas of what toys will be like in 2025; also, a robot that can climb stairs with ease, even when carrying a payload.
[MUSIC] Greetings citizens of the internet. Welcome to Tomorrow Daily the best talk show in the Universe. I'm Ashley Esqueda. And I'm Jeff Cannata and it is time for headlines. Fisher Price dropped a concept video of what they think playing with toys will be like in 2025. The video is a day in the life of a family and it takes place nine years from now. Since it's not too far in the future there's a lot of familiar ideas here, but they are a lot more sophisticated version of what we have now. Based on the video Fisher Price believes ProjectionTech an interact glass will be all the rage in the future. And 3D printing custom toys will become even more common place. I love this idea, I think that's a, I think this is very plausible. I like the idea of, what day after tomorrow. What might we be playing with? Yeah, it's almost like watching Children of Men, where it's just far enough in the future where we see a little taste of what we might actually experience instead of these kind of really wild 100 years in the future crazy concepts. Yeah. And you gotta think, there are, indeed, apartments working on a lot of this stuff. Very very true. Very true. Okay, so our next story is A company that is claiming to have the world's first robot that can climb stairs mechanically. Transcend Robotics already uses three body pieces connected by joints to climb up stair effortlessly. The robot can also carry a payload while it moves, has safeguards on board to keep it from rolling backwards during climbs And has self-positioning technology onboard to calculate the best maneuvers. Remote operation means [UNKNOWN] can be used to scout dangerous locations, but it's already being used in medical, mining, defense, and other industries. It's really cool to watch this thing climb stairs. Yeah, does it Will it take the groceries up the three flights up to the. Yes. High rise apartment that you might have. You got your fifth floor walk up in New York City, yeah I would love that. I want robo to get my groceries. Yeah, robo carry all my purchases from shopping today. I think that works really well. What do you think we should talk about tomorrow? I would like to talk about toys of the future. I think we got to. Yeah. There's so much to discuss, to break into. So if you guys want to apart of that conversation, please hit us up on Twitter at #HEYTD. Yeah when you shout at us using that hashtag, we hear ya And we incorporate your cool comments into our long form discussion on Thursday. It's true. And speaking of you guys, time for or phonetog of the day. [MUSIC] Our phonetog today for the day is Jack, who took this amazing photo on his iPod 5th generation. We're coming back to smaller phones now actually. That's the new thing. I guess the 5th is still [CROSSTALK] This is the OG iPhone SE. Yeah. Very first. Jack says hey, my name is Jack. Originally from Nebraska and I live in Connecticut out at the East coast. I took this photo while vacationing at the one and only Jersey Shore. I give you permission to use it on your show. This was taken on an iPod 5. Well I don't see any self tanner tanning machines. I don't see any tank tops. I don't see any fist pumping. This does not look like the Jersey Shore. Yeah, This seems like Jersey Shore under construction. Do you like those ten year old references we're making. [LAUGH] Dropping hot ten year old references like they're fresh you guys. That is also a picture of my college dorm dining room table. [LAUGH] [UNKNOWN] just like brought it in from outside. Thank you so much for sending in your photo, and if you guys out there wanna submit your phonetography which lots of you do, please email us. Tomorrow at cnet.com Yeah we love getting that, just be sure to tell us which device you took it on. Give us permission to use it on the show and give us a little story of why you took that particular photo. We love hearing that. You can also find us on social media. Shout out to Ray Mada (sp), who tweeted at me the other day and when I responded, was like, I never thought you would actually respond. It's true, we do respond. We listen guys, we love having that back and forth conversation, it's great. And we like you. Yeah. We actually really like you. So hit us up on Twitter, hang out with us. That is it for today's show, we'll be back tomorrow with visual effects designer, editor, director, and all around cool guy Johnathan Simms. Yeah. Trippy stuff, really cool, I think you're going to dig it. It's a secret, we can't tell you yet, but he's going to be showing off some really cool stuff tomorrow so don't miss that but until then- Be a good human. See you guys next time, bye. [SOUND] [MUSIC]