Watch How Elon Musk Will Design Rockets Using Iron Man's Interface (Video)
Sep 06, 2013 09:30
Not long after Elon Musk announced his Hyperloop idea, he got on another bandwagon of crazy by saying he wants to design rocket parts using the 3D hologram interface we've seen in Iron Man.
Now this is possible because - 1. Elon Musk is the REAL LIFE Tony Stark (without the beard), and 2. He just announced it. Here it is with Leap Motion. It's not exactly Iron Man but it is still GD awesome.
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