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For now, the team has only tested the contraption one scent at a time.
It’s a contraption that includes electric thrusters that can autonomously stabilize a litter that’s dangling from a helicopter.
They aren’t revealing design details of the contraption yet, although a rendering shows a plane with six propellers and a V-shaped tail.
They can be fairly complicated contraptions, costing up to a few hundred dollars.
Its newer bike, one with a contraption that allows users to move the display screen so they can do workouts off the bike, met with enormous demand, adding to the pressure on Peloton.
For the boots to make a VR experience more realistic, users will have to forget that the roller-skate-like contraptions are strapped to their feet.
Although not much is known about the usage pattern of the Kegehelm, historians and archaeologists have hypothesized that this conical contraption was probably one of the oldest Iron Age helmets used in mainland Greece.
The platform was lighted with a contraption shaped like a basket and burning coal that gave off a blaze.
None of them had ever seen a piano before and June must play the "shiny contraption" and sing a song.
Jordde held something like a black whip in his hand, only the end went to a box-like contraption strapped to his back.
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