California startup unveils gun technology for cops
A Silicon Valley startup has developed technology to let dispatchers know when a police officer's weapon has been fired.
Oculus Rift users to see Moon live through robot
Google teams with Oxford to teach machines to think
Google on Thursday announced a partnership with artificial intelligence teams at Oxford University to teach machines to think like people.
Hendersons introduce hoverboard and a future beyond wheels
Skin icons can tap into promise of smartwatch
Japan firm showcases Bat-Signal of the future
A free-floating image created by firing lasers into thin air was unveiled in Japan on Monday, offering the possibility one day of projecting messages into a cloudless sky, as seen in Batman.
Houston: We have a problem...but no worries, our virtual therapist is on it
Hiking in the mountains or lying on the beach are good ways to relieve stress on Earth, but on spaceflights there's no way to get back to nature. Astronauts feeling stressed on long-duration flights, however, ...
Do we want an augmented reality or a transformed reality?
It seems we are headed towards a world where augmented reality (AR) systems will be as common as smartphones are today – it's already about to revolutionise medicine, entertainment, the lives of disabled peop ...
Can it be real? Augmented reality melds work, play
(AP)—Mark Skwarek is surrounded by infiltrating militants in New York's Central Park. He shoots one, then hearing a noise from behind, spins to take down another. All of a sudden, everything flashes red. ...
Leia Display System uses mist for large interactive screen display
The Grid: Artificial intelligence as your personal graphic designer
Elliptic Labs powers up ultrasound for touchless gesturing
Smartphone understands gestures
Professor Otmar Hilliges and his staff at ETH Zurich have developed a new app enabling users to operate their smartphone with gestures. This development expands the range of potential interactions with such ...
Will Americans accept self-driving cars?
Just before the turn of the 20th century, a new and frightening technology was introduced to the American public. These "horseless carriages"—as the first motorized vehicles were called—were deemed loud, ...