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As much as we enjoy virtual reality these days, there’s still the occasional urge to fiddle with virtual objects using just our hands. If all goes well, the upcoming Manus VR glove will be the first...
ICYMI: Stack your dominoes and get the pizza delivered too Today on In Case You Missed It: Global pizza company Domino's is teaming up with drone delivery company Flirtey to launch an actual pie delivery service via UAV in New Zealand. The company has passed checks by the country's Civil Aviation Authori... via Engadget Gadget News Tech News
ICYMI: Temporary tat yourself for user interface Today on In Case You Missed It: Microsoft and MIT built a computer interface that drops a touchpad into a shiny golden temporary tattoo. Just as fantastic as you'd imagine people can use them to input commands get notifications and store data li... via Engadget Gadget News Tech News
Why wiggling in high heels could help improve prosthetic limbs and robots