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ICYMI: Zero-G booze glass, exoskeleton walk of fame and more

Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
September 9, 2015
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Today on In Case You Missed It: The Open Space Agency designed a zero-G whiskey glass for Ballantine whiskey, aka enabling astronauts and other space travelers to swirl (but not sniff) with refinement no matter where their travels may take them. Raspberry Pi has a new touchscreen display that will let people make new uses for the credit card-sized programmable computer. A paralyzed man is walking around in an exoskeleton with ease after undergoing a spinal cord stimulation program at UCLA. He's the first paralyzed person to regain enough feeling in his legs to walk confidently in an exoskeleton and we are all in awe.

And if you're into druids and magic and stuff (and if not, why are you here), you've got to see this video of the underground sonar discovery showing more than 100 huge stones, bigger than Stonehenge, roughly two miles away from that famed wonder.

If you come across any interesting videos, we'd love to see them. Just tweet us with the #ICYMI hashtag @engadget or @mskerryd.

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