Rather than revealing a spout hole, popping the top opens the entire top of the can. Will this new type of beer can become popular outside Japan?
Half of everything that occurs to people occurs inside this simple circle, because half of humanity lives within this simple 4,000-kilometre circle.
httpv://youtu.be/8zP7yP8hdLE This amazing documentary from the Japanese TV network NHK (which someone on YouTube mistakenly labelled as from the BBC) details how advanced technologies about humanioid robots have become. Because I think NHK erred by starting the documentary with an artist’s robot, rather than with something more interesting, feel free to start this video as 4 minutes 15 seconds. This clips ends unexpectedly after 48 minutes, but continues (with a bit of overlap) at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrBWsSFgNsM Expect to see these robotic being around town in 2020. I’ll then be asking you if my home robot recognize who you are, greet you at the door, escort you to me, then get us some tea, coffee, or some other beverage?