Tesla's Elon Musk Figures Out How To Develop Rocket Parts With Hand Gestures

If you've ever watched the science fiction movie Iron Man, you will be familiar with the holographic user interface that Tony Stark uses to design things in his lab. Seems that Elon Musk and his team figured out how to do that. They just need a holographic generator.

In a recent tweet, Elon Musk, the brains beind the likes of Telsa Motors, SpaceX and the more recent Hyperloop, stated that they figured out how to design things with just hand movements in the air, similar to the way you see it done in the Iron Man movie.

He plans to show off a video of the process next week that will show designing rocket parts using hand gestures and then immediately printing it in titanium.

He also had to add that after being asked the "zillionth" time, No he would not be creating an Iron Man suit.

This should be really interesting and we'll make sure to get you the video when he releases it.

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Source Twitter
Channels Displays, Science
Topics Displays, Science, Science Fiction, Elon Musk, Inventions, Holograms
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