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  • Graveside Virtual Reality

    22 Nov 2017
    Source: Jennifer D. Bosavage
    An entrepreneur is using virtual reality to help Chinese families honor their deceased loved ones.
  • Fooling Neural Networks -- On Purpose

    16 Nov 2017
    Source: Jennifer D. Bosavage
    What if something could be created that could “trick” machines into thinking they were “seeing” something else?
  • SpotMini, the Robot Dog

    16 Nov 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    The new SpotMini is an adorable robot dog coming soon from Boston Dynamics.
  • Video: Feeling Fireworks via Haptic Technology

    13 Nov 2017
    Source: Nancy Ordman
    Visually impaired Disney Resort visitors could soon experience the theme parks’ spectacular fireworks – courtesy of a haptic interface under development at Disney Research.
  • Low-cost 3D Printed Reflectors Improve WiFi Signals

    12 Nov 2017
    Source: Jennifer D. Bosavage
    Dartmouth College researchers have developed an economical 3D printing method for strengthening WiFi signals without buying a booster.
  • Ford's 'Robutt' Tests Car Seats

    12 Nov 2017
    Source: Jennifer D. Bosavage
    Ford has created a mechanical “Robutt”  to simulate 10 years of getting into and out of automobiles.
  • Neural Interfaces Will Allow Computers to Read Your Thoughts

    10 Nov 2017
    Source: Eric Olson
    In addition to facilitating human interactions with computers, direct mind links with computing devices could enhance cognitive functions such as memory and the speed of thought processing.
  • Watch: Fly this Virtual Drone

    10 Nov 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    A new AR flight simulator app allows a user wearing Epson's Moverio smart glasses to fly a virtual 3D drone in the real world.
  • Video: Low-Cost Melanoma Diagnostic Wins International James Dyson Award 2017

    09 Nov 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    A group of engineering undergraduates at McMaster University in Canada has won the award for their low-cost, non-invasive melanoma detection device.
  • Watch: Robot Training through Virtual Reality

    09 Nov 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    Using VR headsets and drawing on advancements in AI and deep reinforcement learning, a team from UC Berkeley can teach a task to an industrial robot in the same way one might move the arms of a puppet.
  • Watch MantaDroid, a Bio-inspired AUV

    09 Nov 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    MantaDroid offers a promising alternative to traditional propeller-based thrusters used in conventional AUVs.
  • Video: Would You Buy a Self-cleaning Robot Toilet?

    08 Nov 2017
    Source: Peter Brown
    SpinX has already reached its initial goal on Kickstarter,
  • Watch: Researchers Have Solved the Age-Old Problem of Mixing Water and Oil

    08 Nov 2017
    Source: Siobhan Treacy
    A new finding from researchers at MIT might turn that expression on its head, providing a way to get the two substances to mix and remain stable for a long period of time. The process may find applications in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and processed foods, among other areas.
  • Graphene Enables Terahertz Communication on Flexible Materials

    06 Nov 2017
    Source: Abe Michelen
    A group of researchers at the University of Chalmers in Sweden have developed, for the first time, a flexible terahertz detector using graphene transistors on plastic material substrates. The development can be used in applications that require flexible electronics, sensor networks and wearable devices.
  • Watch: Picking Up the Pace of 3D Printing

    06 Nov 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    A software algorithm speeds the 3D printing process by anticipating and correcting for machine vibrations.
  • Virtual Reality Tech Can Ease Paraplegic Pain

    04 Nov 2017
    Source: Jennifer D. Bosavage
    Phantom body pain felt by paraplegics can be relieved through virtual reality technology.
  • Watch: Leaning Toward the Flexible Future

    03 Nov 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    Researchers have developed a graphene-based detector for terahertz frequencies, which can extend the technology to flexible-electronics applications.
  • Video: 5G Explained in Five Minutes

    02 Nov 2017
    Source: S. Himmelstein
    Discover the critical components for 5G and their importance in the evolution of 5G technologies.
  • Watch: Fast, Untethered Virtual Reality

    01 Nov 2017
    Source: Tony Pallone
    Researchers have created a platform that employs a "collaborative rendering" approach to achieve a high-quality, untethered VR experience on a smartphone.
  • Watch: Steering Automotive Technology Into The Future

    01 Nov 2017
    Source: Ken Thayer
    Neonode's zForce® DRIVE™ Steering Wheel Sensor introduces new technology to combat driver distraction. Feedback from the sensors built into the steering wheel allows the vehicle to whether the driver has both hands on the steering wheel.
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