Wasn't that pretty much the plot from Die Hard 2?
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Cue the guys with stick on extra zeros, of maybe just an extra 1 or 2 for the front...
Recall the bear from the movie AI?
That one got solved by the physics guys a while back. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T...
Go for the eyes Boo!
Isn't that the point of driverless cars? Providing plausible deniability for road based bumping off of annoyances?
Are we going to have limits on what is an acceptable noise? Otherwise, I can see a race between the fart generators and the "When sally met harry fake orgasm" clips.
A race to the bottom.
That worked out so well for Saturn didn't it?
With only 5% of the world's population, the U.S. can only expect about 5% of Americans to be born here.
So did Spider Robinson. Go read "The Time Traveller" in Callahan's Crosstime Saloon.
Just make sure to leave Sinanju alone. Don't want to piss off Chiun.
I'm pretty sure sony ships out it's films via network to the theaters these days. When a new release comes out, and they dump a terabyte or so to a few thousand theatres... 100 TB could easily be missed or ignored.
Glass is a nice thing. It's also frustrating as all heck in it's limitations. I want the text on all the signs I read auto translated for me - and overlaid in such a way as to hide the original language text. I want to see the arrows on the ground/roadway showing me where to turn left, not get a tiny message up above my field of vision.
I want it to give me full on AR, not just auxiliary information.
Me, I'm hoping that Meta can get the price of these down a bit: https://www.spaceglasses.com/
They have rocks. And space. That should be enough...
He was off by 3 years. The year that September never ended was 1993, not 1996...