A high-schooler built an RC car out of Lego kits, Arduino boards and other electronic parts—and shows you how you can make your own.
As denizens of the internet, we hear the word “viral” often enough that it has lost most of its intended meaning. We sometimes fail to distinguish viral videos from popular ones, but there is a very important distinction between the two, and Microsoft’s ViralSearch project tries to help visualize this separation.
I had honestly thought that Minecraft was available on every conceivable device by the beginning of 2013, but clearly I had forgotten about the announcement of yet another rendition of the game made at Minecon last year.
Project Hexapod wants to revolutionize personal robotics, and Stompy is the first step in doing so.
Capacitive touch-sensing technology is best known for its use in touchscreens, but one modder used CapSense for a homemade game controller.
One modder has conjoined two Nintendo 64 controllers together to allow dual analog controls on Star Wars Episode I: Racer and Goldeneye.
Virtual reality has never been a huge success in the gaming industry, but the Oculus Rift looks to change that.
Honda’s Stride Management Assist will use ASIMO tech to help those with reduced walking ability start moving again.
A recently funded Kickstarter proposes a USB charger for cell phones small enough to fit into a wallet.
Microsoft’s FAR sound-ranging scheme will allow for extremely accurate sword fights using nothing but two smartphones.
Researchers have successful created a musical glove that can restore sensation to individuals suffering from spinal cord injuries.
The US Military unleashes unmanned submarines to tackles the threat of mines.