In partnership with Nike, Intel, and Project Runway, Digital Trends presents FashioNXT’s first annual Wearable Technology Fashion Competition. The design that wins this competition – and ultimately breaks through in this space – will at last bring…
Art-loving tech enthusiasts can enjoy a night at the museum this week as four camera-equipped robots gear up to live stream tours of the London's Tate Britain art gallery. Time your visit right and you can even take control of one of the bots.
Some POV videos are so shaky that even the best stabilization software can't smooth out the footage – until now, that is. Engineers at Microsoft have recently developed a method to produce silky smooth videos, and hope to eventually release it as an app.
Wearable technology has existed for one form or another for decades. And it hasn’t always been a hit. Here are some of the bigger flops humans have endured in the continuing quest to combine man and machine.
A team of US-based researchers has created an extraordinary robot that self-assembles from a flat sheet. Inspired by the Japanese art of origami, the technology could one day be used for complex, self-folding machines.