Microsoft's HoloLens AR solution is perhaps the most advanced in terms of becoming a part of the real world. Stryker, which is using HoloLens to redesign the operating room, provides a clear example of the potential of AR in this…
Samsung has announced it is preparing four exhibitions for next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, from its Creative Lab department, specializing in new and inventive uses for virtual and augmented reality.
Bumblebees fitted with microchip backpacks have offered researchers a unique glimpse into the hidden world of colonies. As it turns out, when it comes to carrying the workload, bees behave a lot like human beings.
NASA will host a news conference on Wednesday to discuss recent discoveries of planets beyond our solar system. The even will begin at 1 p.m. ET. The public are invited to ask questions via Twitter with the hashtag #askNASA.
Scientists at Stanford University have come up with a way to make mice glow in the dark by engineering them to produce firefly proteins. And it could just turn out to be a major advance in the development of future vaccines.
BMW’s Hover Ride Concept is a full-size flying motorcycle based on a Lego model. BMW says it has no intention to build a production version, but it could be a glimpse into the future of transportation.
A town in Japan has attached a set of propellers to its mascot dog for a marketing video promoting local sights. The dog-drone must surely be the first of its kind in the world, and should help to pull in a few extra tourists.
You may like the idea of keeping your coffee at a constant temperature for the whole time you're drinking it, but would you be willing to shell out $150 to make it happen? Ember Technologies hopes the answer is yes.
How about living in a house that starts charging your mobile devices the moment you walk through the door. We're talking about free-roaming wireless charging, and Disney Research has just designed a room that can do it.