Developed by researchers at Southampton University, this smart sleeve for stroke patients seeks to provide data regarding muscle movement and strength as its wearer engages in everyday at-home tasks to aid in faster recovery.
SpaceX will make its next launch attempt and possible ocean landing on February 24 when it is slated to deploy an SES-9 satellite into orbit. The firm's goal is to send rockets into orbit every few weeks for the rest of 2016.
This astounding piece of technology, called a Brain Computer Music Interface, has, by reading the mind of a musician paralyzed after a car crash 27 years ago, given her the ability to make music once again.
EasyJet has outlined a plan to save fuel and CO2 by building a plane fitted with a hydrogen fuel cell. The plane runs exclusively on electricity during taxiing, which is when four percent of the fuel used during a flight is burned.
Kickstarter has now helped to fund 100,000 campaigns. Announcing the milestone on Monday, the seven-year-old company also published a list of 100 trivia notes highlighting some of the successfully funded projects.
Virtual reality companies Oculus and Jaunt have each planned separate initiatives to educate undergraduate students at New York University and University of South California in virtualreality filmmaking. Digital Trends spoke with…
Street View gets everywhere, though it hasn't been to Mars (yet). NASA's Curiosity rover is already there, and it's kindly snapped a bunch of images to create an awesome 360-degree view of the Martian surface.
A British tech firm says it's developing hydrogen fuel-cell technology that's small enough to fit inside a smartphone yet powerful enough to keep it running for a full week. It says it could be ready for commercial use within two years.
Mark Rober, a former NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineer, recently took to YouTube to show off how he fashioned a snowball machine gun out of a leaf blower. Better yet, the plans are available online for anyone to build.
A student-developed 3D hand scanner called the Curatio just may herald the beginning of a truly customized arm brace, and with a little bit of luck and a lot of hard work, we may just be able to create things that, you know, fit.
Some of the printing filaments used by 3D printers might be hazardous to your health, new research indicates. Questions still remain, such as if ventilation or proximity to the printer makes any difference.