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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 June 2015

* Star Wars Is Coming To VR >>
* ILM created a film-quality Star Wars VR experience >>
* Oculus Touch gives you natural, hand-based VR control (update) >>

* Keiich Matsuda | Artist concepts of the future of augmented reality >>
* NASA explains how cell networks can restrict drone flights >>
* Deep Learning Machine Beats Humans in IQ Test >>

* Watch this Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s stunning near-vertical takeoff >>
* Internet by Satellite Is a Space Race With No Winners >>
* Bots Do Ballet in Brooklyn, and the Crowd Goes Wild >>

* World’s first penis transplant patient to become a father >>
* Researchers Grow a Breast In a Dish >>
* Researchers have identified a faulty gene that seems to switch pain off >>

* Billionaire Bunkers: Exclusive Look Inside the World’s Largest Planned Doomsday Escape >>
* Soft Robot Tentacle Can Lasso an Ant Without Harming It >>

* Why Technology Has To Be ‘Continuous’ >>
* LTE subscriptions to surpass 1 billion this year >>
* Parrot unveils 13 new minidrones to tackle air, sea and land >>

* 3D Printed Steel Pedestrian Bridge Will Soon Span an Amsterdam Canal >>
* Oculus Announces Partnership With Microsoft >>
* Microsoft’s Latest Weird Decision Suggests It’s Up To Something Big >>

* An Origami Inspired Bacteria-Powered Battery >>
* How Dinosaurs Shrank and Became Birds >>
* Mars Surface Glass Could Hold Ancient Fossils >>

* Antigravity pump lifts water upwards with no power source >>
* The First-Ever Cat Convention Pretty Much Broke the Internets >>
* The Xbox-Oculus partnership won’t harm HoloLens >>

* An AI Learned Magic: the Gathering, Now Creates Thousands of New Cards >>
* Drone Racing Poised To Go Mainstream >>
* Here’s how Microsoft plans to push new features to Windows 10 business users >>

* ‘Free’ Windows 10 Is A Nice But Stupid Microsoft Idea >>
* Yes, Xbox One Oculus Rift Streaming Is A Joke, But It Has Potential >>
* Found: Cure for untreatable wounds >>

* filtered-existence-are-we-ready-for-a-mute-button-in-real-life >>
* This Injectable Brain Implant Can Record and Stimulate Individual Neurons >>
* How to Avoid Real Objects While in a Virtual World >>

* Oculus Shows Its First Consumer Headset, Circular Hand Controls >>
* Oculus is unveiling the future of virtual reality today: Follow live >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – June 12, 2015 >>

* NASA Recovers “Flying Saucer” in Pacific >>
* Pluto: Surface Features Emerging >>
* Syfy Launches Mysterious ‘Dark Matter’ Series Tonight >>

* Video Friday: PR2 With Nailgun, Snake Bot Tango, and Robot vs Sword Master >>
* Hackers Invade Hospital Networks Through Insecure Medical Equipment >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>

* Novel Nanomaterial Makes Carbon Dioxide Sensors Portable >>
* How to Avoid Real Objects While in a Virtual World >>
* Should We Blur the Line Between Human and Computer Driving? >>

* World’s Fastest Quantum Random Number Generator Unveiled in China >>
* Magic Leap Needs to Engineer a Miracle >>
* Two Sex Tracking Wearables That Might Actually Make It to Market >>

* Scientists Discover A New Link Between The Brain And The Immune System >>
* Electricity Can Make You See Hovering Shapes—And Drugs Can Help >>
* Scientist Learns About Moth Brain, Uses Word “Crepuscular” >>

* The Three Themes to Watch at E3 2015 >>
* Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) Preview >>
* Industrial Light & Magic wants to bring virtual reality to the movies >>

* Finger pointing controls BMW’s new 7 Series >>
* Samsung Unveils Transparent, Mirrored OLED Displays >>
* Oculus shows off virtual reality gear that lets gamers ‘inside the game’ >>

* Smart bikini sends sunscreen alerts to phone >>
* YouTube to launch new dedicated Gaming site >>
* Recipient of the world’s first successful penis transplant is going to have a baby >>
* The Oculus Rift needed two years to get gaming right >>

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