Our computers have become indispensable creation tools, but let's face it: The decades-old keyboard-and-mouse combo aren't the best way to edit video, draw or play music. That's where the Sensel Morph comes in. It's a pressure-sensitive touchpad that lets you swap in multiple overlays and instantly switch gears between video editing, painting, music creation, gaming, coding and other tasks. There are already a number of media controllers out there, and I've tested a couple, including the Palette Gear and the Loupedeck. But after using the Sensel Morph for a couple of days, I have to say that it really stands out from the pack.
The magazine known for responding to Trump's every move with striking cover art is back at it, dropping a real doozy of an image following Trump and Vladimir Putin's joint press conference and Summit in Helsinki, Finland. On Thursday, Time revealed perhaps the single most terrifying face morph ever to exist, which imagines Trump and Putin as one single no good very bad human being. SEE ALSO: 'Time' slams Trump's family separation policy in a cover for the ages The magazine also tweeted an animated version of the cover, which shows the transition from the U.S. president to Russian Prime Minister. TIME's new cover: Trump wanted a summit with Putin. He got way more than he bargained for https://t.co/sUu9gGKmmP
Welcome to Day 23 of 365 Ideas for Office 365. We temporarily moved on from OneNote and Immersive Reader into exploring the depth and richness of PowerPoint. Yesterday we looked at aligning and distributing items visually on a slide. Today we're looking at Morph, a really cool transition that makes uses AI (Artificial Intelligence) to make items change size and position as you advance form one slide to another. Here's the first one I ever did, which I call my Gatsby Morph.
Today on In Case You Missed It: A Turkish company says that for millions of dollars, it'll make you your very own Autobot (called a LeTrons) and while whether the car is actually driveable may be in question the video is still fairly incredible. No less an advancement for conductive thread, a 34 million grant from the National Science Foundation is letting a group of doctors, scientists and fashion designers create clothing that at-risk pregnant women can wear to track their health. If you're into augmented reality, this Pong game should get you going. As always, please share any interesting tech or science videos you find by using the #ICYMI hashtag on Twitter for @mskerryd.