Multiplayer Piano lets you play a virtual piano with random strangers on the Web
Carnegie Mellon University and AT&T Labs researchers develop a vibrating steering wheel that uses haptic feedback to relay driving directions.
Scientists at the National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have created the World's first 2-megajoule ultraviolet laser.
Artist and teacher Jin Tsubota creates a universal tripod mount with suction cups that works for any smartphone or mobile device.
A group of high School students are making a Battlestar Galactiva Viper 360-degree flight simulator that will pitch and roll like a fighter plane.
The Corpra's Qbo robot gets a 3D motion-sensing camera that lets it map out its surroundings and go on exploring by itself.
The iFilm is a small iPhone camera accessory that lets you take a steady shot or video from anywhere.
University of Cambridge develops a laser “unprinter” that vaporizes toner ink off of paper leaving you with a blank reusable sheet of paper.
Microsoft’s Applied Science Group develops a touchscreen with only a single millisecond of latency.
Lockheed Martin develops a new radar system that could track, catalog, and predict the course of over 200,000 pieces of space debris orbiting Earth.
NBC and YouTube team up to live-stream the entire 2012 Summer Olympic Games, bringing over 3,000 hours of coverage to the Web.
A new experimental controller with thumb tugging nubs can deliver subtle and directional force feedback instead of mere vibration
Boston Dynamics and DARPA’s new robotic Cheetah sets a new robot land-speed record of 18 miles per hour.
Make’s Dan Spangler builds a propane-powered Nerf dart cannon that has enough force to dent a whiteboard.
This mashup game of Super Mario Bros. and Portal is finally here--and it's completely free.