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By incorporating sensors and electronics into a gel-like stretchable material that mimics human tissue, researchers hope to develop new biomedical tools to monitor and heal the body.
A new battery made in Chile could allow households to take themselves off the power grid and store excess energy.
2016 will be a breakthrough year for virtual reality, as the technology starts evolving past a gaming platform towards a new tool to experience live content, according to experts.
A hi-tech collar which claims to measure the mood of your dog and cat is unveiled at an expo of wearable devices in Tokyo.
Software company hopes to bring social interaction to the growing virtual reality industry.
Toy makers Sphero hope to cash in on the Star Wars buzz with a wearable device that enables users to use ‘The Force’ to control a robot.
The humble paper airplane has been converted into a live streaming drone that can be controlled with a virtual reality headset.
The Ehang 184, the world’s first passenger drone.
Booktrack is an enhanced platform for e-books that turns reading into an immersive movie-like experience with a synchronised soundtrack.
A Hong Kong tailor has spent more than $100,000 USD creating the ultimate personal clothing service, by pairing bespoke tailoring with technology.
Santa Claus could soon have some extra help delivering presents, with a fleet of small self-driving delivery robots gearing up to be tested on the streets of London.
A Finnish company has come up with what it says is the world’s smallest general-purpose computer that will revolutionize the way people use computers.
A US-based student has developed an algorithm that helps drones fly through trees at 30 miles per hour without crashing. Reuters’ Jim Drury reports. Flying a drone fast towards trees is risky….but not for this UAV. PhD student Andrew Barry …
Sharp Corporation hopes that RoBoHoN changes the future of smartphones, by turning them into mobile robots.
A Japanese company unveils a device that will let you know ahead of time when you will need to go to the toilet. Jim Drury reports.