Today on In Case You Missed It: The Applied Physics Lab at Johns Hopkins has created a UAV that can stay underwater for two months, before launching through water and air. A mouth-mapping system using an off-the-shelf web camera is able to swap out anyone's lips onto the face of a famous person talking, and get pretty realistic results -- this can't end well. And Domino's is unveiling a robot delivery system in Australia that will either make you hungry or angry, depending on how you feel about 15-year-olds having a first job.
Seiko created a Rube Goldberg machine with watch parts and it's darling. As always, please share any great tech or science videos you find by using the #ICYMI hashtag on Twitter for @mskerryd.
ICYMI: UAVs of the sea, real-time FaceSwap and moreThe chance of someone faceswapping a propaganda video is absolutely 100%.
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