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ICYMI: Toilet tech, sight-giving headset and lab veins

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Today on In Case You Missed It: Biosynthetic veins and arteries have been created by researchers in London that are able to imitate traits of human tissues, including the ability to self-heal. A headset designed for people with serious vision problems costs a hefty $15,000 but is able to modify sight for users by sending a tweaked livestream of reality back to the display. And a Kickstarter gadget aims to tech out your toilet to actually smell okay rather than like.. well you know.
We found a parody video online from the band Twenty One Pilots, acting out the ‘extreme sport’ of something they’re calling phone pinching. Send it to your most klutzy friend asap!
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