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ICYMI: Far away haptic hello, birthing robot mom and more

Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
August 14, 2015
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Today on In Case You Missed It: The Haptoclone allows users to touch and interact with distant objects, in a way you have to see to understand. But basically, long-distance makeouts over Skype are coming. Cambridge University researchers designed a robot that can make it's own 'children,' then test them for the strongest features, to then incorporate for the following generation. And the FIA Formula E Championship (the E is for electricity-based power) just showcased its new cars for the start of its second official season.

Then we needed to show you the beauty of artist Charles Young's 3D mini-models.

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