Drones at airports are strictly prohibited, with nobody keen to find out what happens if one gets sucked into the engine of a passenger plane. A couple of airports in France, however, have found a clever way to use them for…
It's surprise that cameras are being incorporated into gadgets for every sport, and cycling is no exception. The new cycling light-camera combo Beakor is a perfect example, and a live rearview is just one of its plethora of features.
No green thumb to speak of? That's no problem at all if you have a completely self-sustaining garden. And that appears to be what Atlanta-based startup Replantable is promising with its Nanofarm, a glass box that grows food for you.
Created by industrial designer Nate Asis, the Digital Hand uses Microsoft's motion-sensing Kinect device to uniquely design home furniture. As of now, the project allows someone to design a table, plate, and blanket.
Digital Trends attended event in Brooklyn, NY to document a new sport, drone racing. Speaking with experienced drone racers, and trying it out ourselves, we find out if drone racing can become a sport.
The newest members of the University of Kansas football team are actually camera drones, and they're helping to eliminate the blind spot in practice videos. Using four DJI Phantoms, the team now has a bird's-eye-view replay to analyze.
Pongbot is a robotic cup holder that turns your run-of-the-mill beer pong into a game of moving targets. If Terminator’s T-800 wanted to pledge a fraternity, this Kickstarter project would be part of his application.
A third of adults aged 65 or older takes a tumble at least once per year, but researchers have been investigating whether a virtual reality obstacle course could help vulnerable seniors better avoid potentially nasty falls.