A new gestural controller allows hands-free control on devices without cameras.
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US-based researchers are using low cost 3D printers to print electronics and cells directly onto a moving human hand.
Scientists have found a way to store a music album as DNA using a technique developed in Zurich.
A new soft robotic steering wheel aims to improve the wellbeing of Gig economy drivers.
A startup is bringing the latest gadgets to the masses with a sharing platform that connect owners with renters.
A new robot could help detect, deflect and counteract hacker attempts who target factories and industrial sites.
A new startup company has developed biometric identification techniques to extract customer data using existing in-store cameras.
A new startup is developing AI software that can analyse and anticipate human reactions for autonomous driving.
A platform for medical professionals streamlines uploading datasets using AI to entrain image recognition diagnostics.
The solar-powered platform provides affordable energy and connectivity in emergency situations and for daily activities.
This startup connects employees via teleconference for an immersive, VR data analysis experience.
New crypto heater earns you money and keeps your home warm using energy from cryptocurrency mining.
By sharing photos and other visual content, users receive cryptocurrency rewards.
Researchers have developed a system that projects real-life internal images onto a patient’s body for improved surgical training and preparation.
A new platform helps non-coders develop voice apps designed for use with smart speakers.
Lego-compatible, six-sided blocks makes creating interactive toys, games and instruments easy and fun and does not require access to a screen.
New API startup solution makes it easier to categorize and tag items in real estate listings and on other sites
Researchers have developed a new technique that could speed up the creation of 3D images of the entire brain.
Corti helps medical personnel make critical decisions in the heat of the moment on calls to emergency services.
A computer chip has been developed that can mimic the speed and processing capabilities of the human brain
Techniques used on Harry Potter movies are being used to create detailed 3D images of the brain.