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Today on In Case You Missed It: The British Film Institute is releasing thousands of mostly personal historical films online, but you'll need a VPN to watch them from the U.S. We particularly enjoy this Sean Connery-narrated film. Google's Artificial Neural Network is being used to make Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas even more fearful, and for that, we thank the creators for new dog anxieties. And the U.S. Navy teamed up to produce the first wave generated power machine that basically looks like a bulky buoy.

Today's bonus video is too amazing to look away from: It's a strange mix of J-pop and death metal, wherein death metal dude is dressed like a matching pop princess and nails their dance moves while screaming his brains out. So much yes.

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

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