ICYMI: Gaming mood lighting, a shooting drone and more
Today on In Case You Missed It: Virtual Reality by Oculus Rift is about to get way more tactile as it just acquired a hand tracking tech company. Hue lights will now sync with an Xbox One game and oh man, the ambience on your next blood bath will be intense. And a YouTuber uploaded a video of a drone that fires a semiautomatic gun, which makes crabby old men the world over pleased.
Today’s bonus gave the video team will make Star Wars fans drool: A ‘jedi’ wearing a GoPro gives us the force-master view of what fighting is really like.
And from the cutting room floor, we really wanted to show you the video of this color-blind man seeing colors like purple for the first time, but the Jedi beat him out. It’s still worth seeing though!
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