Add / Remove Spotted: A film by designer Keiichi Matsuda offers a frightening look at the dangers of automation and society’s obsession with productivity. The film is part of the designer’s ongoing work that looks at the dark side of technology. The short four-minute, 360-degree-film documents the life of an unnamed accountant who unconsciously, and then consciously, […]
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The ability to control a drone with just one hand could be a reality, thanks to an Australian startup.
Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
A Chinese company has developed a device that uses WiFi signals to detect when someone has fallen.
In an event of a fire a new smart device can help direct firefighters to those most in need of rescue.
The world’s first 3D body scanner designed for home use is available for purchase.
Our new Tech Explained brings you up to speed with a new system that could replace WiFi
A design student has developed a LiFi lamp designed for libraries and public spaces
The abandoned bridge houses over canals in Amsterdam have been converted into unique hotel rooms.
A UK smart home startup has launched a new intercom that allows users in any location to open property doors without keys.
Vie’s creation requires users to place their hand in a box to measure their heart rate, blood pressure and glucose levels.
After a successful Kickstarter back in 2015, Austrian startup Robo Wunderkind is getting ready to release its robot building kit this August.
Arsenal’s Smart Assistant allows users to control camera settings via their smartphone from up to 100ft away.
Hivemind is a wifi-enabled ‘Fitbit for bees’, helping smaller scale or personal apiaries remotely keep track of hive health at lower costs than commercial satellite monitoring.
Two American business firms collaborate to create a new smart home system that monitors a home’s water usage and sends the data to a user’s smartphone.
New smart farming system uses a vertical hydroponics set-up that allows growers to make best use of limited space and monitor their plants via app.
Kudrone’s low-cost personal drone features a simple app-controlled interface, auto tracking capability and live-streaming.
In Singapore, architects have designed a bus stop with embedded technology to entice residents to use public transport.
A project in Belgium will offer office utilities to commuters, such as secure wifi, printers and coffee as they travel to work.
A downloadable and printable beehive that can be equipped with smart tech to help crowd-source data about the insects living inside has been developed.
A sidewalk pavement stone that serves as a WiFi hotspot with Bluetooth connectivity.