When Paralympian Alana Nichols competes in Sochi next week, she won’t be wearing boots or bindings – just a bucket. And the extensive custom design that went into her rig, built from carbon fiber, Kevlar, and a few secret ingredients, could make all the…
Sony’s PlayStation 4 exclusive, Infamous: Second Son, is due out later this Month, and we had the chance to sit down with Sucker Punch founder Brian Fleming to discuss why Cole McGrath won’t be returning.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Danfung Dennis is delving into unexplored territory in his upcoming film, Zero Point. It is set to be the first movie produced specifically for the Oculus Rift VR headset.
No, you’re not looking at a scene from the next Terminator. Next-gen artificial limbs like the i-Limb Digits are allowing amputees to regain the lost function once provided by one of nature’s most complicated engineering feats: the human hand.
We sit down with Jaume Collet-Serra, director of the latest Liam Neeson suspense and action flick, Non-Stop. He explains what drew him to the project and what he'll work on with Liam next.
Industrial Light & Magic had to envision what San Francisco will look like in the 23rd century in order to convincingly demolish it at the climax of Star Trek Into Darkness.
A look at why The Lone Ranger's train sequences turned out to be one of the most extensive and expensive visual effects processes that acclaimed shop Industrial Light & Magic ever worked on.
We take a close look at the work Weta Digital and others did to bring an army of modern and vintage Iron Man suits to life in Iron Man 3.
In our continuing series looking at the films nominated for Oscars in the Best Visual Effects category, we turn to The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, and how Peter Jackson's team created a better dragon.
Alfonso Cuarón's ‘Gravity’ required more than a few special effects, it required an entirely new way to look at special effects. We spoke with the team that made the effects, and learned how they overcame the challenges of recreating zero gravity.
Pompeii director Paul W.S. Anderson shares his childhood passion for ancient Rome, the drastic way technology has changed film making in his 20-year career, and the agonizing behind-the-scene nailbiting that takes place at movie premieres.
On the surface, curling is just pushing a rock down some ice. But elevate it to the Olympic level, and the once-simple sport benefits from some interesting gadgetry and the dark, geeky art of data analytics.
The Wild West of app stores is changing, and huge corporations are moving in. Can the little guy still find a way to thrive in the complex, crowded market for apps?
After more than 75 years without a gold medal, the American two-man bobsled team walks into Sochi with its best chances in years, thanks to a BMW-designed sled that probably puts the aerodynamics of your sports car to shame.
GoPro cameras have gone from a staple of amateur YouTube stars to a real tool for elite athletes, who are using them to refine their techniques at the Olympic level.