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ICYMI: Grippy robot hands, smarten up your dumb car and more

Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
October 3, 2015
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Today on In Case You Missed It: MIT developed robotic hands of pliable silicon that are also studded with pressure sensors so it knows how tightly to hold something. A small dashboard camera and advanced computer vision software are being tested in the San Francisco Bay Area to record potential roadway hazards and track the drivers eyes. And a robotic solar-powered mirror light is here to give Seasonal Affective Disorder sufferers another option for Vitamin D.

You definitely need to know about the Experian credit hack at T-Mobile but it might be more fulfilling to check out the livestream or YouTube channel of this year's migration of animals in Africa via HerdTracker. It's really beautiful.

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