Flybrix, a startup based in San Francisco, has created a drone that can be built almost entirely out of Lego bricks. It's modular, too, and better yet programmable: Its flight computer can interpret commands.
A new study by researchers at the University of California at Irvine examines how technology is making it possible for chronically ill students to experience the classroom through the use of telepresence robots.
On the rooftop of the Portland-based Hotel deLuxe's parking garage, Digital Trends hosted its third TechPop event, this time geared toward teaching those in attendance more about drones and virtual reality.
It may make for good television, but according to new research, that may be all forensics should be used for. As per a new report, "much of the most common analysis used in criminal trials doesn't meet scientific standards."
How do you introduce kids to 3D modeling? A new app called Doodle3D Transform promises to let users easily turn regular 2D drawings into fully fledged, 3D-printable models. And it looks kind of awesome.
After six years of service in testing systems for a future larger station, China's prototype station dubbed "Heavenly Palace" will fall back to Earth sometime in 2017. Where will it land? We don't know yet.