A mind-reaching machine that can translate thoughts into speech is coming closer to reality.
Imagine if when you launched a gaming app on your smartphone, the device could automatically morph into the shape of a console. Then, if you received a text message and needed to respond, it could transform itself back into a phone.
While gamers and technophiles are abuzz about virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Gear VR, these devices fall into two categories: either casual, low-quality experiences on smartphones, or high-end gaming that usually relies o
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Some pretty imaginative personal audio gear is already riding in on the wave of improving wireless connectivity, but there's none more ambitious than the so-called Sound program from startup Human Inc.
We've been keeping an eye on the progress of Google's Project Ara for a while now, and the radio silence had us a little worried.
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Using technology from the Google ATAP group's 'Project Jacquard'
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If you want a high-end VR headset, there are only two options right now. The HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are slightly different takes on virtual reality and the future of gaming. We've been using both for over the last month - let's compare the two an
An open source hardware project
The device is inspired by the Voight-Kampff machine featured in the 1982 sci-fi thriller, Blade Runner, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Harrison Ford
With a deep hum, linear induction motors spun up a powerful magnetic field along 200 feet of track in the Nevada desert. A shiny sled whizzed forward in a blur. Fifteen hundred pounds of aluminum reached 120 mph in just 1.5 seconds
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