World's smallest animation character shot with smartphone camera and microscope (w/ Video)
Introducing Stringbike: the bike with no chain (w/ Video)
'Keyless keyboards' coming for mobile computing (w/ Video)
Canadian authorities to try 3D image of child to slow drivers
Adaptive headlamp system introduced
Japan develops 'touchable' 3D TV technology
A Japanese research team said Thursday it had developed the world's first 3D television system that allows users to touch, pinch or poke images floating in front of them.
Thought-controlled computers on the way: Intel
Toshiba makes a breakthrough in hard-drive capacity
Solar-powered toothbrush doesn't require toothpaste
Robotic arm simulates driving a Ferrari (w/ Video)
Introducing Cornucopia, the food printer
HDMI could soon be replaced by new cable technology
HIRO III lets you feel what you see on screen (w/ Video)
Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) television - it's all done with mirrors
(PhysOrg.com) -- Californian company Prysm has unveiled a high definition television with a "laser phosphor display" based on their patented method of using lasers reflected off a bank of mirrors to excite pixels on the television screen in a similar way to cathode ray tubes. ...