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There are many reasons Sabrina Pasterski is being called the next Einstein. The twenty two-year-old MIT graduate and Harvard Ph.D. built a single-engine aircraft in her dad’s garage when she was only 13, and she’s maintained a perfect grade point average throughout her entire education. She is currently studying physics at Harvard, focusing on black holes, space-time and gravity. These are the same areas of study that fascinated other great minds like Einstein and Stephen Hawking. "Years of pushing the bounds of what I could achieve led me to physics,” said Pasterski. "Spotting elegance within the chaos.” Both Jeff Bezos from Amazon and NASA have already expressed interest in hiring Pasterski.
Via @cars__insider: Tesla just issued a voluntary recall for 11,000 Model X SUVs because the seats could fail in the event of a crash. In a statement Tesla said, "a small number of cables in the second row fold-flat seats" may need to be adjusted. The recall affects Model X SUVs built between October 28, 2016 and September 1, 2017. The issue was traced to a latch that could cause the seat on the left side of the second row to fall forward in the event of an crash. Tesla said it noticed the issue during recent internal testing. There haven't been any reports of seat issues in the field. 📷: Getty.
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Oculus has​ announced the $199 ‘Oculus Go’ standalone headset. Here's what we know about it so far.
The self-driving stroller allows you jog with baby.
The conductive tattoos could monitor your health.
Royal College of Art graduate Ryan Mario Yasin won the UK edition of the James Dyson Award with a line of children's clothing designed to grow with the wearer. It was chosen from over 2,000 entries, which recognizes the most innovative new inventions devised by students in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. His clothing line, called Petit Pli, incorporates permanent pleats that enable it to expand in all directions, growing up to six sizes. Yasin was inspired to create the clothing line after buying clothes for his nephew and discovering how quickly he grew out of them. The garments are made of a synthetic material that is patent-pending, and have a hydrophobic coating, making them waterproof. Yasin hopes Petit Pli will provide a more sustainable option for dressing children, given that 300,000 tons of clothing were discarded by UK households in 2016.
Google’s Pixel Buds are a $159 pair of wireless earbuds that bring Assistant and real-time translation features right into your ears. They’re not quite like the AirPods and they’re not quite like anything else out there, but you’re not going to get the most out of them unless you have a new Pixel 2. We tried them out, and these were our first impressions.
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Via @science_insider: At The International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia billionaire founder of SpaceX presented an updated plan for colonizing Mars. Musk previously called it the Interplanetary Transport System, but this year he adopted a new name: the BFR, which is short for "Big F---ing Rocket.” SpaceX's goal is to make it cheaper to ride to Mars than to buy a house, with a cost at or below $100,000 per passenger. Making both the booster and spaceship fully reusable is key to vastly reducing the steep costs of launching people and cargo off of Earth. The company is already performing simulations of its Mars spaceship, including slowing down in the planet's atmosphere and sticking the landing. Musk offered one final vision during his presentation, saying this spaceship could provide 30-minute flights from almost any point on Earth to another, putting the Concorde jet to shame.
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We recently watched a Giants game through an iPad at AT&T Park. It was a small gathering hosted by Major League Baseball to show that the forthcoming ARKit enabled update has the potential increase engagement, and offers up contextual information to give users a deeper understanding of the game. MLB was showing the feature off in an early beta. Baseball is the perfected candidate for this kind of augmented reality experience for two reasons. First, there’s a lot of downtime — even the staunchest of baseball apologists will cop to the fact that the game can be extremely slow. Second, baseball is a game of stats. From the baseball cards we collected as kids to the explosion of Sabermetrics/moneyball over the past decade, numbers are fundamentally important to the modern game.
Via @science_insider: This smartwatch for the blind displays notifications in Braille.
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This floating playground would be the perfect spot on water. Have fun!