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The Internal Mechanisms of a Shotgun (http://dustn.ws/2oxHikK)

Super interesting to see exactly what's going on inside a shotgun when you pull the trigger. I'd love to see the other weapons internals as well.

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With all the advancements in VR, 2017 is shaping up to be a fascinating year for immersive technological storytelling.

Great find via +martin shervington.

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Weavr goes live! (FRIDAY 2nd December - TODAY)
Great news - today, Weavr is launching its Virtual Reality apps and opening up its virtual reality story creation tool to everybody.

https://weavr.space

Why VR?
Well, Virtual Reality is the next platform (Source: The Next Web)
And seeing is experiencing.

Why Weavr?
With Weavr, anyone can create immersive virtual reality experiences using their existing media.
Storytelling in virtual reality is much more emotional, as viewers get the feeling of really being there.

Weavr for Business:
Weavr has also a white label of its viewer available for business looking for ways to showcase their products and services in new immersive ways.
From real estate, to event management, to company showcases everything is possible.

Next Steps:
Today you'll need an Oculus friendly headset (Rift, or Gear VR), soon you will be able to use Google Cardboard!

Check us out here...
https://weavr.space
...and join our community of virtual reality story tellers.

And know, this is just the beginning...
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The state of Artificial Intelligence and the extreme interest from companies like +Google, Facebook, Microsoft and other tech giants is very exciting.

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Google's AI Experiments

Familiarize yourself with some of the practical applications of AI and machine learning with a new Google initiative.
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Art Gallery Comes to Life!

This is some wicked cool technology. So creative you just can't take your eyes off of it!

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One Small Step Towards a Real IronMan Suit
 
While this technology may be a long way from the sexy, sleek and incredibly advanced suit that Tony Stark wears, it's clear to see that we're headed that way. 
 
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Finally, after years of waiting for the self-lacing shoes from Back to the Future Part II we have them!
Nike Introduces Its First Auto-Lacing Sneaker

Ever since Marty McFly threw on a pair of Nike Mags for the first time in Back to the Future II (1989), fans have been waiting for the day when sneakers could lace themselves. The company filed a patent for auto-lacing technology in 2010 and showed it in action with Michael J. Fox in 2015. Now, according to Complex, Nike has revealed that runners will soon be able to purchase the auto-lacing shoe in stores.
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This is pretty cool. I've always told clients that the assets I create for them in Drive will be available for up to 6 months and then I'll remove them. This will make it much easier.

I can even see a few #marketing use cases for this!
ICYMI, you can now set expiration dates for access to Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides files: goo.gl/PzBr89
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Spherical Tires: I'd definitely give it a go!

I can't remember which sci-fi film I saw these in first (I think it was iRobot) but I think they're cool as heck. 

If anything, I'd bet +Tesla would be the first ones to be testing these. 
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Google's Secret VR Weapon is Project Tango
Can I just get that gun game please?!

Really interesting stuff being done in the VR/AR world and Google seems to be pouring a LOT of resources in. 

In this video, +Dieter Bohn explores the +Google HQ of Project Tango. Looks very promising. And I definitely want that gun with the tablet mount. 

Full article on here: http://www.theverge.com/2016/2/25/11112544/google-vr-project-tango-io-2016

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Google's Humanoid Robot Shows Off It's New Skills!
And it's got bully tolerance

This is a pretty incredible feat for the world of robotics. Watch as this humanoid robot walks through tricky terrain, picks up boxes and even reorients itself when a "bully" keeps trying to prevent it from completing its task. 

Very cool stuff. We'll be knee deep in iRobot personal robots in no time. lol

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