Russian space capsule spinning out of control over Earth, Ep. 202
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Soon you might be able to unlock your phone with your ear print.
Body print is biometric user identification system being developed by YAHOO!
Body print uses your smart phones.
Who's capacitive screen has a low res sensor to scan body parts like your ear and registers your print as a permitted user of the device.
If you get a call, you simply hold your phone to your ear and your phone screen will scan it and allow you to answer the call.
Imagine a world with no more passwords.
All you have to do it hold your device to what ever body part you That you want to register and boom, you're in like Flynn.
I know what you're thinking, get your head out of the gutter.
Modern Polaxis comic creator Sutu has been experimenting with mirroring tattoos with augmented reality and the outcome is pretty cool.
Sutu posted a video on Instagram of his augmented reality tattoo.
Featuring a character from one of its comics.
The tattoo comes to life on its arms which is both creepy and delightful.
Read more about D2 in the future of augmented reality tattoos and how he developed them In the Crave article.
legendary League of Legends player Hai Lam and Captain of the U.S. Cloud 9 team announced that he is retiring e-sports because of a wrist injury.
The 22 year old video game phenom announced last week on the Cloud 9 blog that his wrist injury was too much to endure and that.
Saying goodbye to the sport.
Which makes him probably the first E sports player to retire because of an injury just like real sports A victory over Nassy Whitefield.
[CHEERING] An unmanned Russian space capsule delivering food, water, and supplies to the International Space Station malfunctioned shortly after liftoff on Tuesday and is now currently in a slow, out of control spin, according to NASA.
The Progress 59 space capsule was launched by the Russian Federal Space agency from Kazakstan.
And once the capsule had separated from its rocket, an unspecified problem caused it to spin out of control.
Russian ground control has been unable to make contact with the craft since the incident, and NASA has confirmed that the craft was not carrying any supplies critical to the United States during their operating segment of this
The program plans for these kind of things to happen.
They're very unfortunate when they do but we do have we do have supplies on board.
And we have other vehicles now.
Space HTV and hopefully orbital soon that continue to resupply us.
So we should be okay.
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