字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Douwe Egberts setup a face recognition coffee maker that dispenses a cup of coffee when it detects a person yawning. And Celest-jewel-ale is a new beer from Dog Fish Head Brewery that is steeped with lunar meteorites - received from a company that makes NASA spacesuits and once it's gone - it's gone forever! Vsauce! Kevin here. This is Mind Blow. Researchers now say that the hemispheres of Albert Einstein's brain were unusually well-connected and that could have contributed to his brilliance. After his death in 1955 Einstein's son allowed the nobel-prize-winning physicist's brain to be studied and while last year it was noted that he had a dramatically expanded prefrontal cortex - a new technique to study the corpus callosum - developed by Weiwei Men of East China Normal University's Department of Physics found Einstein had more extensive connections between certain parts of his cerebral hemispheres compared samples of 15 elderly men and 52 men Einstein's age in 1905. Arc Nova is an inflatable concert hall. Created by architect Arata Isozaki and sculptor Anish Kapoor - the structure takes about two hours to inflate and holds around 500 people. The arc was made to tour the areas of Tohoku that were devastated by the earthquake and tsunami in 2011 and they're looking to bring back hope and encouragement to the cities via music, design, and culture. Blizzident is a 3D-printed toothbrush that thoroughly cleans your teeth as you grind and bite down on it -- in just 6 seconds. Hana Yakiniku wants your smartphone to smell like food. By attaching the device you can pick the food you want and then smell it while eating something plain like white rice or lettuce. It's supposed to work well for people on budgets or on a diet, and comes in many different scents like coffee, coconut, curry, and cinnamon roll. Hawkes Ocean Technologies has created The Deepflight Super Falcon a kind of underwater plane. It has the ability to do barrel rolls and jump out of the water because of its wings making it more like an underwater plane that a typical submarine. Their commitment to using electric energy makes it safe to operate around humans and marine life, and they're taking orders for them right now. Mollusks have teeth made of magnetite which is the hardest material made by a living organism, ever. So Yeah. Yaskawa electric is making a device to help people that have suffered from a stroke to be able to walk with more ease. It's similar to the boot that stroke victims currently use but it's now motorized to help lift and move the user's leg forward giving them a longer and more confident stride. A sensor inside the boot detects when the user is walking and starts to automatically assist, allowing them to take bigger steps and they're shooting for commercial availability by 2015. The PicoBrew Zymatic is the world's first all grain in home beer brewing system. It's essentially an espresso maker for beer. All you have to do is load up your hops and barley, choose the kind of beer you want, press go and let it do its thing. Within a couple of hours the beer is made and all of the data is sent to your computer so you can save your favorite recipes. Meanwhile, Monsieur is a robotic bartender that learns its user's tastes and customizes the drinks depending on each person. Using a touch screen you can browse through the cocktails and once you pick a drink you choose its strength whether you want normal, lightweight, or boss. It even emails a grocery list to your local liquor store to schedule a delivery when you're running low on ingredients. The Pinocchio lizard is BACK! Thought to be extinct for the last 50 years....it was recently observed by Tropical Herping in Ecuador. Engineering students at Rice made this robotic arm for a teenager named Dee who suffers from a brittle bone disease. The project lasted two years and resulted in this cool robotic arm that gives Dee the ability to safely pick things up and become more independent just in time for him to start college. Split are the worlds first stand alone audio player with no cables and doesn't require bluetooth. It's completely hands free and you can adjust the volume and change tracks by using bite clicks - but you can lock them so you can bite without altering the music. Finally here is Kaleidolapse from mylapse, a beautiful video of different time lapse shots with a kaleidoscopic effect. I'm going to leave you with self assembling robot cubes and as always - thanks for watching.