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Tomorrow Daily 137: HTC Vive, playing music with mold, 3D-printed snacks and moreOn today's show, Ashley and Producer Logan discuss HTC's new VR headset, listen to a pianist play music with a fungus, and debate the merits of a 3D-printed snack that grows its own organic filling.
On today's show, HTC announces a VR headset in collaboration with Valve. A composer is making music with slime. And 3D printed food that grows its own filling. Oh my God, H-T-C. Half-Life, Three, Confirmed. Its' Tomorrow Daily. [MUSIC] Greetings citizens of the internet, and welcome to Tomorrow Daily, the best geek talk-show in the known universe. I'm punching the sky, like Kale. I know, I'm your host Ashley Esqueda joining me as always, just on the other side of the camera, is producer Logan, Logan Moy is here, if you're looking for his last name. Kale [LAUGH] Kale as we mentioned last week. Going out to see his grandma for her birthday, surprised everybody. Apparently his grandma was very excited to see him. Unfortunately, Kale is snowed in at the airport, and they just keep cancelling his plane ticket home, so we don't know, eh, we think Kale just moved to Connecticut now. Yeah, he just lives there now. He just lives there, and, today, this morning, he sent me some video footage he shot at the airport, wanted us, wanted me to show this to you guys, so, Rune, do we have that? [MUSIC] Yeah. Looks exciting there. Yeah, people are really upset about missing their flights. So come home soon Cale and hopefully, hopefully, we're hoping Cale will get a flight home tonight, but yeah, he's been trying to get a flight home for over a day at this point so. He's going to end up being like Tom Hanks in that Terminal movie. Yeah. Where he just lives in one bad movie over and over again. Over and over. Yeah, that's going to be terrible. But, on that note, we've got some great stories for you today. So let's hit the headlines. [MUSIC] This was a story I was bummed Khail wasn't here to talk about. It's a very Khail story. It's a very Khail centric story. HTC announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this weekend. A VR headset and not just any VR headset, they developed it with Valve, creators of Steam. And they're the first video game company to kind of get involved with the VR, the brand right, like branding VR. Right. Well, Sony's done project Morpheus. Oh right, that's right. But it hasn't, it's still not come to consumers. Nothing out there is really retailer that are these sort of PC gaming. Virtual reality headsets, so I'll explain a little bit about this. It's gonna compete, this is a PC gaming VR headset, meaning you don't slide a phone into it to use it. So, we have like, the gear VR where you put the phone in and you use it. And you have to pretty much have a specific brand of phone to be able to use it. Right. Right. So this is actually a. Stand alone VR headset that plugs into your PC. It's called the Vive, or the" veeveh," I think it's Vive, Vive HTC I like Vive Vive, Vive The Vive Like live Live like Vive. I'm gonna be, take the French tax and call it the" Viv," it's the" Viv." So it's a partnership with Valve there is HTC's Peter Chou showing off. It, again does not use a phone, standalone headset, uses PC. They talked about at Moworld Conference using a pair of controllers which would suggest something similar to what Sony, had going with their Playstation Move where you have like sort of looks like ice cream. To me, it looks like the six It seems like a good alternative to having to buy an entire stage that you can walk in place on. Very true, and, and so what they were saying is, they promised full room virtual reality via something they're calling room scaling. Experience, so that you can actually walk around objects. Like, they're gonna scan your room. The, the headset itself has room scanning technology in it. So, the, the headset has, like, a camera on the front of it, then. Has, like, a scanning technology, sort of like a connect, almost, where it would, like, scan the room and then you'd be able to sort of Nice Yeah. And then so, they want to release it to a developer edition this month. Which is really soon which means they are ready to immediately get into development, which is cool. And then consumer headsets later this year basically go head to head with Oculus. So it's going to be, this holiday season is going to be, this is going to be the hot ticket item, I think. I'm calling it now. It's, it's not even, it's like ten months before Christmas. VR Headset is going to be the hot ticket item. Are you going to get the first generation of consumer VR Headsets. I think I have to. Yeah. I feel like I have to. I just want to have it, I've tried the Oculus Rift demos. I've, like, it's just so cool and so fun to use Yeah. and I just really enjoy it. I gotta, I'll buy it. I don't know if I'm willing to pay twice as much as what I will pay two years from now. Fair. But I'll go over to your house and use yours. Yeah. Yeah. You can just come over to my house and use [LAUGH] Use it. It's totally fine. But, yeah, so really interesting stuff. You can go over to HTC's website. They have everything, and then we also have some stuff on CNET that we'll have later this week with the the, the Vibe, which is pretty cool. It was kind of surprising that they held the event on a Sunday. I didn't. I wasn't expecting to wake up and see tech news yes-yesterday.>> So that's that's a Mobile World Congress thing. So they just, kind of like CES where everything kind of starts at the beginning of the week and then goes through. Mobile World Congress's sort of press day is that Sunday and then they do all their press conferences and all the news comes out and then, and then they have the rest of the conference or do things, and a whole bunch of c|net. Is at, is in Barcelona right now and and to those people I say hola, and I don't know, I have Good Luck, Buena Suerte, you have to do a little lisp because their in Barcelona, yeah so good luck have a good trip at Mobile World Congress and and yeah, so the, that the haps over at MWC some really interesting VR stuff. I'm excited about it. Tell me about this professor with the slime molds because I'm. You're really into music. Yeah, so, a professor slash composer made, is making music or making a musical duet with using fungus, a biocomputer, an iPad, and some slime. Weird. Yeah, so what, what happens is. So he plays, he he has a grand piano and he plays the music, he plays notes on a grand piano. Okay. So I'm the professor. It is then picked up by piece of fungus which is known to be able to read audio signals or audio notes. Okay, so I play my piano into a microphone. Microphone sends music, my music. Piano music to the fungus. Yes Okay. And then the fungus, much like we learned in Ghostbusters, can, fungus can fly and can transmit electrical signals. Ooh. So, the fungus then interprets these musical notes and sends it. Through the bio-computer, which is able to interpret the message that's being sent from the fungus So as we're looking at this video, and if I'm not mistaken, the wires right there that are coming out. That's actually going down into the fungus. That's okay, so that's the piano obviously. I'm not completely bone-headed. But those go and then there's a, the, the fungus is part of a bio computer. Yes, so the fungus is inside the bio-computer. Got it. Or surrounded by it in some way. Okay. And then so when, when the fungus received the musical notes it then transmits it's own signal out of, out of the fungus through the bio-computer and then it controls, it goes to an iPad which then controls. These these magnets that are hovered over piano strings. Ooh. And so the fungus is, is taking the, the music from the piano, interpreting it and sending it out to make it's own music. That is the weirdest thing I've ever heard of. And now the, now composer rather than just control a piece of fungus decided to play along with it. Well why would you not. As one does of course. Right you. Have a chance to play music with nature, why not. We saw it with with the tree stump final, and. Oh, yeah, the tree stump final, okay. So, but the music sounded very science, science fictiony, it had like a lot of weird tones, and we actually have a sample of that, if you want to go ahead and play that. Take a listen. [MUSIC] If you're listening to it right now which you probably are. You ca. It sounds like almost like out of 2001 or. I was going to say that. Something similar. Going to say a Space Odyssey. Yeah. It's very. War of the Worlds. It's very very bleak and, and. It's a little depressing. Yeah! And a little just very sci fi. Like it has that weird B movie sci fi. Like almost like. A theremin but not, but much more digital. But it sounds like a synthesizer. Yeah, a synth. But it's not at all, it's, it's all analog instrument. So weird. But the sound is coming from, from the magnets which is, rather than plucking a string like a piano hits, hits a string Right. And it's the vibration. It's reading a response from the fungus. Right. And then the iPad's telling thing, "OK, here's your response and now I'm telling what the electromagnet. On the piano needs a tune. Yeah, so it's, it's vibrating the stings using magnets as opposed to actually hitting the strings. Oh. That's weird. So that's what's causing the more of the, the synthesizer sound. Can we expect the mold to do a collaboration with Kanye West this year? Yeah, but it's a surprise. So. Oh. Sh. You know what? We, we can't say too much about it. Okay. I won't say anything about it. So that brings me to our hashtag of the day, actually. #TDDuets is our hashtag of the day. And I think the question is. What weird musical pairings would you want to hear? For me it would be, I would want to hear Taylor Swift collaborate with the sounds of her digestion after she eats a sandwich. I want to hear. I want to use the fungus. But I want it to play black key songs using only the white. Keys. Oh, I like it, I like it. It's gonna, there's a really upbeat black key style. A lot of minor stuff and sharp stuff. Now it's gonna change. Yeah, it'll, it'll. Really interesting. It'll get your foot tapping. Okay guys, so that is your hash of the day, hashtag [UNKNOWN] duets. What, what other weird musical pairing would you wan to hear? So like a musician or person and then something maybe in nature, or maybe. You, I dont' know. You want to hear the sound? The band name. Yeah. Get clever with it. Whatever you guys want to do. Okay. This very last story is super creepy. And I, but I'm also really intrigued. And I feel like I would try it. Even though I don't even like mushrooms. Okay. So making 3D printed snacks. Like we've, like we saw at CES. Is kind of hard. When you 3D print. It's a paint, so really there are only a few options you can have. You can make chocolate, ice cream, like, something that's like liquified protein. Something that was liquified and hardened or Something that can be rehardened. And this is something very interesting called edible growth, it is by a woman Cloe Rutherspeld. And she found a way to pri. To 3D print this sort of shell. That is made out of insect flour so it's. It almost looks like pastry dough. And and so she says you can use it on other type of doughy material if eating insect flour kind of freaks you out. But we've already had insect flour on this show. We ate. And it's gross. But he ate cricket cookies and I thought they were all right. So I feel. No, they were okay. I didn't taste insect at all but it was all. See, Khail, Khail was making it up. It's al in, I think it's in his head as well. It is. It's, it's a placebo. So the shell is printed by a specifically designed 3D printer. Here is what they look like. They kind of look like little almost like, honeycomb-ish. Mm-hm. Yeah. And so this is the crazy part. So they print out this little shell. And then inside, they put this edible center that's made of agar and it has seeds, mushroom spores, and yeast, and you give it five days and it grows it some filling, and then you eat it. So you're just eating a bunch of spores and fungus You're eating mushroom and you're eating. Well no, and then there's like you can grow like little herbs out of there and stuff. So maybe you eat like a little bit of sage or something that is growing out of there too? Are you eating any 3D printed material? Well the, the, the actual shell of it is pre-printed. Oh the shell's edible. Yeah, oh yeah, totally so it's a, it's like, it's made of insect flour so they 3D print out that little, like, 3D shell that little round spherical shell, and then they put the agar, the edible agar in there and it has like spores and, and like different things and seeds and everything and then you let it grow for five days and then you eat your snack. Oh wow. And she was saying like you can give it time to, depending on how intense you want the flavor to be. Like, that's how long you wait to harvest it. So if you wanted really intense full flavors you'd wait the full five days but if not you'd do it like two or three days then.>>How many of these are they able to grow at once? I'm thinking mass production right now. Well mass production, ,see the thing is is I would imagine it would probably be pretty slow to print out the little shells. So I think that's sorta the barrier, but she was also saying that like it'll be a while before we see this kinda thing come to the masses obviously cuz there's so many different kinda problems that you have to solve before obviously like, like wouldn't it be so weird, you go. Grocery shopping. You just like click on a bunch of things and then they send you 3D printed, like, directions. Or print right in front of you. Yeah. That would be interesting. That's what I'm saying. Like, and then you just print it out at your house with, like, some food printer. It's so weird, like, to think of that as like a thing that could happen at some point in our lifetime. It seems like more of a hassle, though, to have. To buy the individual types of materials to print with and. Right, but the agar, so like I would expect, I would imagine that you could buy the agar in bulk. Like you could by these edible, kind of pods to put in the 3D print thing. Like a Keurig or something. Yeah, yeah, And then you just buy the little pod and then it grows your little mushrooms and then you eat your snack, but. Really weird, and it will be at a bunch of European exhibitions this year, it's gonna go travel around, you can see it. People can taste it? I think so, like they have it at, at exhibitions like, it might, you might be able to taste it, but they might just say like, okay, we'll do one like a demo and then. Do we know it even tastes good though? I mean, I got, she her thing is basically 3-D printed stuff tends to seem very unhealthy. Tastes like plastic. And tastes like plastic. Or taste chalky. That's another thing like people said. I know when I tasted 3-D printed chocolate. Yes it was kind of chalky. Yeah. And not in a chocolate chalky way. A chalky. Chalkway, but she was saying she wa, wants some healthy alternatives so that's what she came up with, it's pretty cool. Alright guys, we are going to take a very quick break. We're going to come back with a round of [UNKNOWN] Hackett and then we're going to get into your, your td hotel user feedback and of course our phone talker for today so don't click away [UNKNOWN] [MUSIC] Welcome back to the show. I can't believe somebody actually figured out how to rig an old. I don't want to call it an old timey printer, it's terrible. An old timey printer, to play the Jurassic Park theme song. Yeah. Hopefully this doesn't run out of ink pretty quickly though. Oh yeah, I know. That going to be really bad. Replace, you got to replace the toner. Yeah, the musical toner. Yeah, musical toner. A, that was a terrible joke, [LAUGH] which means it's time for another segment to this is Back It or Hack It. Every week we like to take a look at some weird crowd funny thing. Thing and tell you guys whether we personally would back or hack it. We have no skin in this game. I feel like I have some power this week. You do. Normally I don't get any decisions on this. Feel the power. This is the power Khail wields every week, the thumbs up or thumbs up, so kinda like being a. Caesar in old Roman times. Where you can just, like, decide the fate of a project with one thumbs up or thumbs down. Although, the stakes were a little higher then. Siskel and Ebert decide the fate of a movie with a thumbs up or thumbs down. Okay, stakes were a lot higher, I'll give you that. Nobody is going to be eaten by a tiger today. So, this is Ringo. And I don't mean the drummer for the Beatles. This is. Well, it's kind of a, it is kind of a bug, though. Mm-hm. So, Ringo is an arduino powered robot that actually has some personality, which is kind of fun. We have some really cool video from their kickstarter where it shows kind of what it is. So, this guy, his daughter helped him design this cuz she's really into programming. Apparently, she's under the age of five or is five and knows some. Programming, which is crazy. She likes coding. And this kind of got her into that, so Ringo, again, Arduino powered. Has an accelerometer, a gyroscope, LEDs, music chirper, ambient IR light sensors, it's got transmitters. A bunch of other sensors on there. It's got, I mean, it's got all kinds of stuff. This is like a pretty jam packed little, little robot here. It can follow light, which is really cool. So he's saying, like, you could use this as like a digital pet, sort of get people into coding. Sure. No matter what age. And it won't pee on your desk. It will not pee on your desk or anywhere else in your house, for that matter which is pretty awesome. And it's, he, basically the goal is to get people into programming. So whether you are a kid or an adult who's thinking, hey, I wanna learn some coding, this might be a really good way. To get into that. Or if you have you know somebody who maybe has some interest, doesn't know where to get started, again this would be a really good place to do it. And then he also said that this can scale up to some really advanced programming if you're so inclined. So even advanced programmers could use it. I'm trying to figure out what you would program it to do currently. Well obviously you program it to fetch a newspaper, and your slippers, and your corn cob pipe. Very tiny newspaper. Very tiny newspaper. A little tiny newspaper made for bugs. This is a bug newspaper of course. The bug daily. The daily. bug. There's gotta be a lot of tragic events to happen in the lives of bugs for a daily newspaper. So much murder. So much tragedy. That's true. I don't want to read a bug newspaper, that'd be the most, I think our news is depressing. It's even worse. It's even worse in the bug world. Its like giant terrorists. [INAUDIBLE] Attacks essentially happening to all their communities [CROSSTALK] all day, every day. Every second, every day. [INAUDIBLE] It's just a person's foot. Like, it's just terrifying. They can talk to other Ringos like, you can, you can have a swarm if you want. So if you wanted to create your own bug army, you could do that. A robot bug army. So here's, okay, so here's. My question. This is what, this is really where the crux of this is. So, it's a little pricey. $89.00 for a ringo robot, and 129 if you want to be in the first round of shipments. So you do have to have a basic understanding though because I don't have any understanding of programming whatsoever I would not know where to. Begin with something like this. So part of their Kickstarter is, their website when the product ships, their website is gonna unroll a whole bunch of video tutorials and classes on how to get started with programming. Okay, cool. So that's part of it. So you're, you're, it's like a little class. That almost seems like it makes the price point worth it, because. Fair. You pay hundreds of dollars at a college to go learn that stuff. That's true. But with this you get a little robot, you get, the basic instruction. Like video instruction? Yeah. And then, of course, you'll have access to the open source community who, if you wanna take it a step further after you get passed those, like, basic instructions. You'd be able to have all those resources at your fingertips. In addition to the internet in general, that's just a giant resource. Giant resource yeah, of course. I say if this seems like a really awesome thing and you, you know for a fact you really want to get into programming like, I say back it, but if not I say wait. Yeah, if you have plans on go, Get a Raspberry pack. On going further than this Yeah. You sh, it would be a good investment but,. If you're not sure, what do you think. Yeah, I don't know. Wield that power Logan. I for, personally I don't want to get into programming. I've never had the mind for it. So, I can see this ending up in my kitchen drawer with all the double a batteries. MMM>> That are half charged. I see, I see. So for me I'm going to say no, but I also, but I do like that it is hackit, Hackit. it's a bad one. But I do like these kinds of educational toys that are getting children, or, or anybody, more interested in what could potentially be the industry of the future. Yeah, yeah, totally. I like that, too, so I say, like, for the, for the good of science, and for the forwarding of robotics education, I say back it, but I also say that is have a kid and you're thinking about buying this for them, and they have a really short attention span. Maybe just wait until they really show you they're into robotics, that's what I think. Yeah, I'm gonna say hack it. Hack it, right. Cuz I think you can learn a lot of stuff for free on the internet as-is. Fair enough. But you don't get a pre-built little bug robot. That's true, it is safer than tinkering with, like, something that has a big power supply, like cause a fire or something. [CROSSTALK] It does seem like a safer alternative. It's kind of a pre-built. Ready to program, ready to code sort of thing. So it's kind of cool. All right. So, now that we're done with that I promised you guys last week and we're so sorry we missed out, to talk about your user feedback for teeny hotels. So let's hit user feedback. [MUSIC] Okay so, seedy hotel what was your answer? What's the, what's the themed hotel that you want to stay at because we talked about the Godzilla hotel. And a lot of people thought that was really cool. Huh. But a lot of people. You guys had way better ideas than the Godzilla hotel. I just want to say. Cause they came up with amenities, like activities to do in the hotel. It's like crazy. I want to stay in a Power Rangers command center themed room. Where I want a, an LED Zordon on the wall. I like that. And, and he can respond and talk to you, much like Siri. I like it, it's pretty good. Okay so Josh wrote to us. Person said Nostromo Alien Hotel: air duct crawling sounds, flamethrower marshmallow roasting, and air vent play area for the chil, for the kids. Which that is great. And then Fritz wrote in and said Gundam theme hotel since there's a Gundam Cafe already. With antigravity hallway and room also. Do you get to walk around between the hallways in a gundam. I think so. I think that would be the point. It's like the hotel is a gundam. Ooh, what if like, to get into your room, it's like getting into a gundam. Like if. That would be amazing. A big door opens up and you have to like, essentially get into a seat to be able to flip around and get into the room. That would be amazing. I would love that. And the Neil wrote in and said hotel themed on Cube movie. The rooms shift every hour. #wherethetoiletgo? That's a scary thought. That is really terrifying. A, a Cube themed room. I actually thought after I read his tweet I was like man, why didn't I say last week a porthole themed hotel would be great. Ooh. Where you have like. Speed. The speed goo. Where you can like run really fast. Mm-hm. And like the bounce goo. I think that would be great. So the technology included then? . Yeah, like with testing. There would be testing. But no, the tourists don't actually kill you, they like, they like put like rays of happiness on you. [LAUGH] Or like massage you or whatever. Okay. Then Leo wrote in and said. I would die a thousand times to sleep in a adventure time themed hotel featuring the ice kingdom and bubblegum kingdom. And, you know, Leo, I bet you are jumping for joy this morning when you found out there was gonna be an Adventure Time movie. Yeah. And Kale too. Yeah that was exciting news. I. I haven't seen an episode of Adventure Time, but I have to get into it. Kale, I'm sure, actually, might be able to fly here with his own arms out of his excitement, cuz he probably was like this. Wow. Like, freaking out when he heard there was gonna be an Adventure Time. [INAUDIBLE] movie. Kyleigh wrote in and said, my TDHotel would obviously be Princess Toadstool of Peach's castle. Who wouldn't stay there? That would be awesome. I remember when I was playing Mario kart on the N 64 the track where your, the peach is the raceway You drive past. I would, I would just free roam around that place, just because you could roam around the whole kingdom. It was a really nice castle. I'm jealous. Like, she's like the coolest royal ever. And then lastly, Jolly emailed us and wrote and said, I think I'd like a hotel where every room or floor was themed on a different movie property. And then they would move you between them everyday. You could go out for the day and come back to get surprised with what film you were in for the night. Yeah, I like really like this. This is a really good idea. I think that, like, you go in, you have one room and the next. Then you come home at the end of the day, come back to the hotel and it's like oh, here's your other room. We moved all your stuff. Now it's Indiana Jones. Now it's Indiana Jones and you're gonna watch Indiana Jones tonight. That, that would be great. And then you wouldn't have to decide on a. Nothing that way because it'd be several things in one. You know how you could do that? Jolly, I, listen, I'm with you. Projection technology. You get. Oh, yeah. Like those entire room projectors? You do it total room projection and it changes the theme of your room every time you go into it. Like when you hit the key. Uh-huh. It changes the theme of your room. That would be great. Boom. Done. You're welcome hotels. I just made you a billion dollars. [LAUGH] All right guys, it's time for our very last piece of user feedback, which is always our Phonetographer of the day. [MUSIC] So our Phonetographer for the day today is Robert. He writes in and he says, hi guys! Love the show, great chemistry and lots of. >fun. I've never submitted anything. But Ashley's pursuit of her favorite picture got me hoping I could become her favorite. Well.>>Let's see, let's see if he lives up to it.>We'll see. Anyway, here it is, shot with a Galaxy Note 4, it was taken from the Charleston SC aquarium. It is the Arthur Rabinold Junior Bridge. Hope you're featured in the show. Keep up the great work, respectfully, a good human. I love ocean pictures! That's a pretty great shot. I live near the ocean, and so it's always nice when a photographer or a phonetographer is able to capture something that I don't see every day. Yeah. I don't live near the ocean, I mean, I, close-ish- Well, I meant I live- Compared to other people. I live near the ocean in the sense that I could drive there in less than hour. Right, yeah. I, I, I'm with you on that. So, I really like that picture [INAUDIBLE] Can we see the picture some more? We're going to talk about it. We're going to discuss this picture for a little bit. Okay, so, we got this beautiful sailboat, and we have a nice bridge. Solo cloud in the sky. This is, it, he took this from an aquarium. So this is all very water-based. Oh, yeah. This is all very water-based. Took it from an aquarium. I love it. He must be on the deck of the aquarium then or something. Somewhere outside Yeah, somewhere outside. And then that, that in the background is the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge. What if. This was just a mural at the aquarium. What if ya, that, that would be amazing we just like I took this picture of the same thing on a wall and, and it looked so real that I sent it in. No I really did this. I, listen, it's pretty good Robert, it's pretty good, but I don't know is it, is it my favorite? I mean so close like I mean you know maybe if there was a dolphin jumping out of the water that's what would have made it my favorite. Yeah. I think that's what I'm going to start doing. I'm going to start telling everybody what would have made that picture my favorite. What's missing? I'll tell you. And if you want your phone topography to be featured on the show. You can send it over to us to be considered to email@example.com You can also send us three ideas. You can send us. Tips and tricks, game genie codes, whatever floats your boat that day it's totally fine. Game genie codes [LAUGH] And you can also find us on social media, we're on Snapchat, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, we're all tomorrowdaily there and tomorrowdailytv over on google plus. And if listening or watching on iTunes, don't forget to subscribe or rate and review us because that gets more eyes and ears on thow show and then we get to do cooler stuff. And show you guys. Very true. And if you are on YouTube, I'll give you thumbs up, because really, you guys, it's all I have. It's all I have, is to get your thumbs ups and, and your happy comments down below. And if you're the first commenter, don't forget to. It hurts. Make sure you say first, and also, you guys should all tell Kale that you're mad at him for not flying back home at any cost. He should have road tripped it, really. Yeah. Should have just gotten in a, to, like stolen a tractor and drove, driven it all the way across. As soon as he knew he wasn't gonna make it, he should've gone and bought some tennis shoes, shoes. Yeah Some Tennis racket shoes He should've Forest Gump'd it. Yeah. And ran right across the country. That's all I'm saying. It's not too late for tomorrow though, so. It, it isn't. Isn't. That is true. It is not too late. Tell the pretty fast person. That is true. Alright guys, If you want to send someone the show the easiest way to do it is to send them to TDTOMORROW. COM, and we promise you that is much easier than typing in a whole bunch of words. In an internet address, easiest one. And so you can find us on our personal twitters, I'm @ashleyequira, Logan, where can we find you on the internet? Well you can type my name in to Google, and it's Logan Moy, M o y, and my twitter will pop up my website, all that fun stuff. His Instagram is pretty good. My Instagram is where I probably spend most of the time. Interesting picture. I'm I'm most interactive on the Instagram. Yeah. He's one of the, those Instagram kids. Yeah. Instagram kids. Love the visual. And, and of course we will be back tomorrow with bran, with a whole brand new docket of weird, wonderful science, and fancy, fancy smancy geek pop culture stuff, but until then. Before that though, we need to pay our respects to a, a late, great per, a late, great. I was just gonna say. Character. Until then. Live long and prosper. See you guys. And be good humans. We'll see you next time. Bye. [MUSIC]