31/12/2016 Click


31/12/2016

Click's first live stage performance from the BBC's New Broadcasting House. The team tests some of the best technologies seen in 2016 live on stage.


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This is it, the very first Click Live.

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We are filmimg in front of a studio audience of 250 people.

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We have eight amazing tech demos that haven't been

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It's going to be fun, it's going to be terrifying,

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Why is there a laptop on your knee? Because we haven't finished writing

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the show yet! Is that a bad thing to be doing this close?! Hello? Hello?

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We have a saying in television, never work with children, animals or

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computers because they are the most unpredictable things you can get in

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a TV recording environment. Is there anybody there? Well, that was

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interesting. Hello? Hello? Can you see me? Can you see me? I'm not sure

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the system is quite stable yet. Anyway, are you ready? Yes! I said,

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are you ready? Let's go! APPLAUSE Thank you so much, thank you for

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coming. I'm so excited about this. Our very first click live! I just

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wanted to check who has heard of us, who has seen us on the TV?

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Brilliant. That is more viewers than I thought we had! Who haven't seen

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as before but thought that came along? Yeah! Brilliant! Who thought

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they were coming to a recording of the One Show? LAUGHTER It's too

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late, we've got you now! And hopefully we are going to blow your

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mind is tonight. The first thing we may notice is between you and me,

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there is a very strange transparent screen. I'm not sure if that's your

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protection or mind. That is part of the holographic projection system

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that brought the better looking me to life. We are going to tell you

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how the hologram works but first I have to introduce you to the other

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half of this show, she is 100% real, Kate Russell! APPLAUSE

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Awkward geek hugs! Physical contact doesn't usually happen! Can we run

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the next holographic demo? Let's see what we've got. OK! Right now, we

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are in a holographic fish tank. I don't like the way it's looking at

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me! I'm just going to... LAUGHTER I'm going to get some volunteers up.

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He wants to get eaten by a shark? We are going to find out more about how

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this works. To do that I'm going to invite on the man who came up with

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the idea. Please welcome him! APPLAUSE

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So, this is not actually a hologram, is it? Talked a lot about the

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technology. It's not a hologram in the true sense but it is giving a

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holographic effect. We've created an ultralight wave, and incredibly

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transparent fabric. We can stretch this in any size and scale and

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activated by projection technology. Now for something really special.

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Everything you've seen so far has been pre-recorded including me at

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the front. Now we are going to attempt what we think is the first

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ever live interview by hologram. We have pulled out all the stops to

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bring you several superstar guests live by hologram. We are going to

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our first guest. Are you there, Obi-Wan Kenobi? Hello my friend. And

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all of those at the Click Academy. Now we are going to make a very

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special call to the doctor. Are you there? Yes, I am here in a sense but

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it's just that you are not there, if you understand me. It's a bit

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difficult to explain really. LAUGHTER It's the Doctor, everybody!

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APPLAUSE One more guest. Really, him? Is he

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now making stuff up? OK! Please welcome to the stage, the

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President-elect Donald Trump! I've got to say, we are going to build a

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wall. It's going to be awesome and we're going to build it out of

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hologram is so the Mexicans can walk straight through it. LAUGHTER Police

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say a huge thank you to one of the greatest impressionist John Culshaw!

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APPLAUSE Our next team are changing lives.

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Welcome to the stage Professor B and his team from Imperial College

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London! We are not showing things that are... We are showing our

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current development. There is or is up and downs in terms of getting it

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running together, there's definitely some nerves involved in that on the

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stage. We from the bioelectronics laboratory at Imperial. The way we

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look at it is, no one really knows what it is. So we get to do whatever

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we want. This is a robotic hand. Chris is manipulating that robotic

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hand but he's actually using this device here, which is listening to

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him flexing his muscles. Yes, actually at listening to him. If

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Chris was missing a hand on trying to manipulate things about on his

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own, that hand could replace his hand. You see how it's mimicking the

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movements of his other hand. We have a robotic arm picking up and

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dropping small stress balls. I dropped one of the table in the

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dress rehearsal but hopefully that will go fine. We've been working a

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lot with people missing limbs. Imagine if he was operating a robot

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in space. He can move his arm, have the fingers move and perform

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delicate operations. The US Navy is looking at this to help people

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disarm bombs. We've looked at technology that allows you to

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control brings through electromagnetic impulses, but you

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say this is listening, how does that work? If you want a quick example,

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when you're going to bed tonight, but your ear against your bicep.

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Form a good seal and slowly flex your bicep. What you'll hear if you

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form a good seal between your ear and bicep, you'll hear this rumbling

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sound. That's the sound of your muscle fibres vibrating when they

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move and rebel against one another. It produces something we can pick

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up. His muscle fibres are moving ever so slightly on a microscopic

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scale. They are picked up by that blue band he's wearing and the band

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is transferring the signals to operate the hand. Let's move over

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here, and we have got James. James is going to play a game for us. He's

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sporting a nice 1970s look, apparently he's got legwarmers under

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his jeans! We've never really done anything like this before. We've

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demonstrated at exhibitions, we've been to London Tech week but we've

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never had cameras pointed at us. We've never done anything live with

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an audience so it's quite exciting. James is actually blinking to

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control the Mario Pasalic stuff. You can see that on these screens in the

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front there. James is using just one sensor. It's picking up the muscles

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that move when he brings his eyes and in response he is playing this

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video game. We are looking at this, for example, if any of you have done

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an ice bucket challenge, we are hoping this can help ALS patients

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communicate with their computer. This summer we have a man who

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couldn't move or speak because he was locked in, playing a video game

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by blinking his eyes. That's what they are hoping to move towards.

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James, you are blinking good at this game, can I say! Thank you very

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much. APPLAUSE We've got Chris on a bike. What are

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we looking at here? What Chris is doing is with the band similar to

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what he wore with the arm. The chain on the bicycle is shifting in

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response to him twitching his arms, so he's changing gears without

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moving his fingers at all. A huge round of applause for our brilliant

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guests! APPLAUSE We all love fairy animals, nice,

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fluffy fairy animals. Sometimes technology can be responsible for

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helping our feathered and ferry friends out of very dire situations.

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Please, watch this video. I have to say, I was a little bit

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cheeky there. Because we were feeling what you felt during that.

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Those of you wearing your wristbands, hold them up please.

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What colour are they? Some very excited people over there! We are

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here with our emotional sensing wristbands. They measure how excited

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or possibly stressed you are. Today we are giving them out to the

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audience members and they are going to be taking part in an experiment

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to see how excited they've got. You've worked with Lady Gaga. Why

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would you do this in the context of your work, working with big

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performers? Fans get super excited. We've toured with a lot of music

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artists and we stood side-by-side with the Black eyed peas, 80,000

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people really excited. You'll notice they were changing colour but that's

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not the only way you can tell what's going on. What have you been doing

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to help us show our viewers and our audience what their feelings are

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like? We've never tried up these biometric wristbands before so it's

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very exciting. We've done a lot of real-time data visualisations from

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audience generated feeds. You can see what we were looking at there

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was obviously be emotional pulses. If it's blue, you are feeling strong

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intense emotions, down to those of you who are emotional deserts! Your

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wristbands would have remained white throughout. Now we are going to take

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you to Mars. To do that we need a couple of experts. Would you please

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welcome from California, from Nasa's jet per polls in laboratory! ! --

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jet per and. APPLAUSE Alex, we also need some Martian

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astronauts. We've got three Martian Ashkelon. What are they seeing and

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what are they using on their heads to do it? They are wearing an

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augmented reality device and they are seeing the most accurate 3-D

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model of Mars that's ever been made. This is the best reconstruction of

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Mars that we can make, given the data that we have. I think this is

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Kate's point of view you are seeing. This isn't CGI, these are real

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photographic images stitched together in a 3-D landscape.

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Exactly. We built a landscape so our scientists and engineers can walk

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around on Mars. Why would they want to do that, is it just a toy? It's

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not. The tricky thing about driving a robot on another planet is nobody

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can tell us where the robot is and what the surrounding scenery looks

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like. Whenever we take a picture, you're taking the 3-D world and

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compressing it into 2-D and distorting it and losing

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information. Around four processor our astronauts please. APPLAUSE

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We're going to switch to another demo and bring Victor on. Next we've

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got a video of how they are using them in Nasser. Run the video and

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tell us why on earth would you give Hollow lends to astronauts because

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they are already there doing the call stuff? Nasa is trying to send

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astronauts further than they've ever been before. For them to do that,

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they have to do their work more effectively by themselves without

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the help of mission control. How does it help them to do that?

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Technologies like these and these applications we're showing you will

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enable them to do the procedures by themselves. Giving them 3-D

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instruction guides, allowing them to walk around their station and have

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guides walking them through the procedure. It's like a training

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manual when you look at a button and it says, don't press this one!

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Exactly. Apart from on the space station, who might use this? Why

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might we be using augmented reality when things appear in your vision in

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the future? There's a lot of industries using it right now,

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architecture, medical, automobile. The thing it is most tangible with

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is party planning or building your own space, your own house, picking

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furniture and placing it in specific spots before buying anything. What

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we are going to do now is an augmented reality experience where

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astronauts will be able to see us but there will also be something in

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the middle of the stage. What is going to be in the middle of the

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stage? This is the March 2020 Rover. It's not been built yet. It's only

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in the design stage. They can see you but they can see this Rover in

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the way. You can see them, you can't see anything so they look like a

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couple of loons. Who would use this? Right now we are using it on many of

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our missions, as spacecraft designers, our mechanical engineers

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are able to design. Being able to visualise this tool before they

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build it. It's been an amazing tool for them to use. I'm hearing we've

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got time for one more volunteer. If there's anyone else who would like

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to experience it? I have to have a go. I have to come onto the stage

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and have a go with the Hollow lends. I've always wanted to look at Mars!

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APPLAUSE My goodness. This is inspiring me.

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What a very fine Rover that is! I think that will be very good at

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navigating around. However I don't think we can park it there. It might

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get clamped! John Culshaw, thank you so much! Also Victor and Alex!

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APPLAUSE You can keep it! How much fun was

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that? Would you please welcome to the stage, James Veitch! APPLAUSE

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I'm single. A few years ago I was on a dating website, Guardian soul

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mates, have you heard of it? Do you want to admit to that? I was doing

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OK. It was all right. Then I was booted off. I got an e-mail that

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said we are writing to let you know that you're dating profile breached

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our terms and conditions and won't be visible to other users. Profile

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picture should not contain people other than yourself. I could not...

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This was the picture I was trying to make my profile picture. LAUGHTER

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They weren't actively hostile so I think it was OK. I think I make them

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laugh. It's weird to talk about your dating life in front of people. It's

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not something normal people do. I was annoyed with them for having

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given me the runaround. I had a bit of spare time. So what I did was I

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sent them letter. From the dock. LAUGHTER It has come to my attention

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James Veitch has been using my image without my permission! My comedy is

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about technology, really. I've always been fond of gadgets. I think

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it is nice. It's fun to be chatting in the green room. I've literally no

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idea, I'm just saying words. But I like it and I like all the people

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around me being geeky. It's refreshing. One girl said the

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message and said, how is he taking the picture, he's got no arms!

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That's your issue with this? APPLAUSE

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Thank you James! Please welcome to the stage Stephen McNeil and Rob

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Shakespeare! APPLAUSE So, you tour the country playing

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group video games. How on earth did that come about and why didn't I

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think of it? About three years ago I started doing live video game show.

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Up in Edinburgh at the fringe Festival is a long month so we

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thought if we got our friends really drunk and got them to swear at each

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other while they play video games, we could charge people to watch it.

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You're laughing but that turned out to be far more successful than the

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jokes which written for five years! That's now a TV show. Robb, the sexy

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genius in the red shirt, he was technical manager on the TV show but

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also invented this technology which you will hopefully looked into which

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allows everybody to play along with us. Either it's going to be amazing

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or they are going to watch me have a breakdown because it won't work.

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While I panicked at the laptop. You've broken record, haven't you?

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Rob a record. A proper record. It was on our programme as well. We had

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our residency where we develop all the new stuff. Rob broke the record

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for the number of people to play a single game of Pong. It was awesome.

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Shall we do it? I hope so, I don't know if it's going to work it! If we

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get no reaction my wife was right and I am a failure. On Kate's team,

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you're the blue team. This side, you are the red team. One, two, three!

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You should now get those buttons. You get an up and they down RA. I

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would recommend up for Spencer's team. You get a freebie. That's OK.

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Would like to see the blue one move. Yes, it moved. First five points

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wins. You are annoyingly good at the game. I'm very excited because

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normally are not allowed out of the house. They are going to lose their

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minds, it's going to be awesome. Work together. That's better. Oh my

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goodness me that's fast! Keep playing! One more point will do it!

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You aren't even looking! A single point for Spencer. It's a victory

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for the red team! APPLAUSE I'm exhausted! Thank you so much for

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coming. Goodbye and get out of here! APPLAUSE

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This is the most work I've done in a long time! It was brilliant! The

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game was quite exciting abbey and! -- at the

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