Facebook has finally released all the details on its 360-degree camera, which the company announced at the F8 conference in April. As of today, all you need to build your own Surround 360 can be found on GitHub, if you can afford the…
Startup Biomodex uses proprietary algorithms to turn medical imaging data into ultra-realistic organ replicas to help train surgeons. "This is a game-changer,” company founder Thomas Marchand tells Digital Trends.
Launched via Kickstarter this week, Alchema is the countertop brewer that lets anyone turn literally any kind of fruit into delicious batches of perfectly fermented cider, mead, or wine in a mere matter of weeks.
Aerix's new VIDIUS VR is the world’s smallest virtual reality drone -- which not only measures a scant 4.3cm x 4.3cm x 2.5cm, but has an equally tiny price tag to match. At just $75, how can you go wrong?
More dynamic brains with more interactive regions correlate with higher IQs and creativity their subjects, according to research by Warwick’s Professor Jianfeng Feng who published a paper in the Oxford University journal Brain.
Wish you could experience the Democratic National Convention in person? Well, now you can be part of the action, sorta. It's all thanks to Digital Domain and its curated live-stream of the 2016 DNC in 360-degree virtual reality.
The Swann Xtreem Gravity Pursuit's $120 price point makes this one of the most affordable mid-sized drones you'll find, and it's perfect for those who want to get into the drone hobby without learning to fly for the first time on…
Ever wonder what we would look like if our body was designed to survive a car crash? Now we can, thanks to Australian artist Patricia Piccinini, who created the world's most crash-safe individual. Be careful if you look -- it may just give…
The days of an AI-controlled robot janitor might not be too far away, but a new paper from Google, OpenAI, Stanford University, and UC Berkeley raises some safety concerns that need to be addressed first.
It's Big Hero 6 come to life thanks to researchers who have created a material that self-assembles on command into swarms, chains, or clusters. The process of self-organization is kicked off by exposing the material to an electrical field.