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ICYMI: Holograms you can touch, holiday light tech and more

This has somehow become the lights episode, just go with it.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: In hologram innovation that has nothing to do with Tupac, some Japanese scientists created a "Fairy Lights" system that can be manipulated with your fingers in a so-far subtle way. Holiday light warriors will want to hear about this Kickstarter campaign for a more permanent light solution that can be hung just once, then controlled with an app to adjust lights all year long for special events. And in case you can't get enough light news, you'll also want to see this LED clutch that's on Kickstarter now. It comes with a host of potential pixel art in its app and is ready for you to take on the town.

If you are even a quarter as annoyed by so-called 'hoverboards' and Segways as we are, you'll love this video of people jousting in full armor while riding the tiny electric things. Real good stuff here.


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