That’s how it illuminates when charging
PS I think this is a great idea and totally possible, and also one of our possible futures should industry not limit it to only those with enormous fortunes.
It would be great if my bra straps could sense my shoulder pain and offer a massage or a softening of the tension, heck yes.
So, a bra with variable resistance in certain areas (I assume the support needs to vary in different parts of the bra at different time) created by some sort of artificial muscle-type fiber, with some sort of g-meter / accelerometer technology built in (those are very small now), potentially powered by the body… Read more
Nostalgia! My dad had one of these in the early 80's. After he and mom divorced, when I had weekends with him, we would watch the entire Mel Brook’s oeuvre, Superman, Alien, Star Wars (and Trek), etc.
Some of my favorite memories of childhood were tied to the cumbersome process of inserting, extracting, and flipping… Read more
If you haven’t already, check out Alec Watson’s discussion of the CED: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv0jwu7G_DFVP0SGNlBiBtFVkV5LZ7SOU
Exactly. Those few hours were the most fun I’ve had on a Tumblr feed in years.
That’s what saved the show for me. A lot of shows have that manufactured drama, making what’s to come predictable, thus boring. A sudden rapture followed by the final utopia, really followed through on that religious symbolism, which came out nowhere. Good or not is up to debate, at least the ending wasn’t boring.