ICYMI: Halloween Spooktacular 2; The CGI reckoning

Disney CGI Generator, an elevator-like invention and TL;DR

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ICYMI: Halloween Spooktacular 2; The CGI reckoning
ICYMI: Halloween Spooktacular 2; The CGI reckoning
Today on In Case You Missed It: Disney figured out a way to make digitally generated faces in a fraction of the time it used to take with a head-worn camera rig. Designers in the Netherlands created a stilt-like elevator that relies on human power to get a person to climb up, though they say it requires very little effort to do it.

In TL;DR, we break down some of this week's biggest headlines. Sadly we'd recorded before the Vine closure news broke so we'll just express our collective sadness this way. Other notable headlines include Google firing Fiber employees and halting expansion of the internet service, and the AT&T customer data news.

If you're looking for holiday inspiration, the thundercloud costume is here. Just a quick personal note: This is our second Halloween show and it was nearly as much fun for us as making the first. We'd love to see your holiday costumes and any interesting tech or science videos you might find by using the #ICYMI hashtag on Twitter for @mskerryd.

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