Engineers design video game controller that can sense players' emotions (w/ video)
(Phys.org) —Stanford engineers have developed what could be the next big thing in interactive gaming: handheld game controllers that measure the player's physiology and alter the gameplay to make it more ...
HoverBall: Inventor redefines people-ball interactions using quadcopter tech
GE to take next leap in magnetocaloric refrigeration (w/ video)
Microsoft unveils 'SurroundWeb'—whole room web display concept
Team develops new, inexpensive transparent projection screen (w/ Video)
Picture the Louvre pyramid: the iconic glass pyramid that serves as main entrance and skylight to the landmark museum. The pyramid is illuminated at night, creating a magical ambience. Imagine strolling next ...
SeeThru AR eyewear device sets sights on consumer market
Google contact lens could be option for diabetics
Brian Otis gingerly holds what looks like a typical contact lens on his index finger. Look closer. Sandwiched in this lens are two twinkling glitter-specks loaded with tens of thousands of miniaturized transistors. ...
Little, low-priced 3-D scanner from Toronto part of CES draw
Audi shows TLA solution to make those green lights (w/ Video)
Startup rolls out earlybird offer for Copenhagen Wheel (w/ Video)
MIT group's shape display steps to new realm in interaction future (w/ Video)
The end of traffic jams? Dutch test new system
Researchers in the Netherlands will next year test a GPS navigation system aimed at preventing the international curse of motorway traffic jams by telling drivers which lane to move to.