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ICYMI: Wannabe spies can make iPhone screens invisible

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Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
August 10, 2016
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ICYMI: Wannabe spies can make iPhone screens invisible

Today on In Case You Missed It: A phone repair store owner in Turkey is trying to copyright his invention that syncs a pair of eyeglasses to the screen of an iPhone. When the glasses are worn, the screen can be viewed perfectly. But to anyone without the glasses, the screen will only look white. However, buyer beware. The stories about this man's invention detail his claim that he's inserted a chip into the eyeglasses to view the screen, but it may be that he just removed the polarized filter built into the phone, then pointed polarized 3D glasses at it.

A robot pilot developed by KAIST University in South Korea is capable of handling a simulated takeoff, flight and landing, easily.

And woodcarving fans might appreciate the buggy creations of Dedy Shofianto, powered by electronics but creepily kinetic in every other way. As always, please share any interesting tech or science videos you find by using the #ICYMI hashtag on Twitter for @mskerryd.

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