Multiscreen social TV would enrich traditional viewing experience
To win an election, a strongly connected voter network is key, physicists conclude
Students design workstations that accommodate groups and individual
New school and office workspace designs created by a group of Penn State engineering students are intended to allow users to share space and materials while maintaining their own work areas—a dual purpose the researchers ...
Google updates hair-pulling CAPTCHA with tick box
New LED packaging technology improves performance
Software capable of quickly producing 3-D building models
Researchers at the UT have developed software which enables users to quickly produce 3D models of buildings for relatively little money. 3D models are used for navigation purposes, training purposes, urban ...
Autonomous underwater robot with intelligent 3D cameras for high precision search and tracking in deep seas
Okayama University researchers in collaboration with industrial partners have developed an innovative underwater robot incorporating intelligent three-dimensional object recognition CCD technology for autonomous ...
Software automatically transforms movie clips into comic strips
Researchers use multiple photos to estimate lighting conditions of outdoor scenes
Techniques now used to reconstruct 3D models based on multiple photos of a building, object or scene can also be leveraged to automatically estimate illumination conditions depicted in a collection of photographs, ...
Thermodynamics of visual images may help us see the world
Thin-film hybrid oxide-organic microprocessor
Holst Centre, imec and their partner Evonik have realized a general-purpose 8-bit microprocessor, manufactured using complementary thin-film transistors (TFTs) processed at temperatures compatible with plastic ...
How to make ethical robots
Hawking's speech software goes open source for disabled
The system that helps Stephen Hawking communicate with the outside world will be made available online from January in a move that could help millions of motor neurone disease sufferers, scientists said Tuesday.
Researchers stymied by hackers who drop fake clues
It's a hacker whodunit. Researchers say they have a wealth of clues—but no clear answers—as to the identity of those behind a series of newly discovered cyberattacks targeting Russian and Eastern European embassies, oil ...