Living tomorrow. No. 109

United Kingdom, 1972

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Cinemagazine items: A collapsible nylon ladder with greatly increased strength and lightness; mechanical components called kerato-prostheses to aid in the delivery of corneal implants; improved safety features and ease-of-use with the latest advance in British nail guns; effect of infrasound - or sound below the human hearing range.


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