ICYMI: VR to Improve London's Tube, Lego Arm and More


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ICYMI: VR to improve London’s tube, lego arm and more
Today on In Case You Missed It: A London think tank that works on transportation is using a Oculus Rift DK2 and a round treadmill to test transportation solutions before building expensive prototypes. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are sharing some of their 4K videos and they are simply gorgeous and riveting. And a designer who worked out of Lego’s Future Lab designed a prosethic arm prototype that kids can swap out with lego creations. Fun and adorable, ftw!
Today’s bonus comes to us from the Eivel Kineval fest in Montana, where a semi truck set a new record for a jump at XXX feet and also gave us all heart attacks for the people who own property in the video.
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