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ICYMI: VR manipulation and drone delivery for 3D tissue

Get your 3D printed body parts delivered by an unmanned drone.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Virtual reality researchers found a way to trick the brain into believing objects exist in the real world that only exist in the virtual one, by warping perception in a way you have to watch the video to believe.

Ehang, the personal drone we all drooled over at CES in January, announced a partnership with a 3D-printed tissue company that may be more aspirational than real, but would be incredible if it really happens. And Moog, the synthesizer company, put out an iPad app that recreates the real thing for $30 instead of the thousands the real hardware would cost you.

Guinness World Records just recorded something every medical nerd would appreciate. It's 4,000 people on a beach, forming the world's largest human DNA helix. As always, please share any great tech or science videos you find by using the #ICYMI hashtag on Twitter for @mskerryd.

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