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Today on In Case You Missed It: An engineer built a DIY musical instrument for people with disabilities, so that they’re able to create music with an eyetracking device. Two 3D-printed bits of technology caught our attention: One is for flesh, the other graphene aerogel. We are also reviewing a messenger app and a Kickstarter campaign, the latter of which basically makes us crazy.
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