The mouse, keyboard and touchpad are the big three input methods for PC users, but perhaps there's a better way. Sensel has developed a pressure sensitive touchpad and overlays, transforming its function on the fly.
Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) and The University of Sydney hope to improve current wildlife tracking technology and extend it to smaller species and more remote locations using drones equipped with miniature radio receivers.
Remember that crazy Australian startup that wants to resurrect gladiator fights by equipping martial artists with high-tech body armor? Well, today the company has taken a big step toward making its dream a reality, and has launched an Indiegogo campaign to…
This latest study will use small RFID micro-sensors that are attached to individual bees using tweezers and super glue. Each sensor is like a license plate, containing a unique code to identify individual bees in a larger population
Despite the massive number of material options we've got with 3D printers these days, the vast majority of machines can still only print with one material at a time. MIT's MultiFab changes this, and pushes 3D printing forward by combining an affordable…
Head on over to Kickstarter, where you can help American MegaBots and its Mk.II robot in its quest to defeat Japanese Kuratas robot in their upcoming duel, which will feature all the guts, glory, and glamour of hand-to-hand combat.
Intel recently unveiled more details about its plan to fight cancer by way of the Collaborative Cancer Cloud, which would connect Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) to institutions in Boston, as well as in Austin, Texas.
E-ink displays might be most well known for their use in eBooks, but they can also add touch functionality to devices without draining the battery too much. That's what Microsoft's done with its latest keyboard cover prototype.
Last week, a press release from OSU announced that a team of researchers successfully grew a 99 percent complete human brain the size of a pencil eraser, about as mature of an organ as you would find in a 5-week-old fetus.