The visual effects designers charged with making the technology in Oblivion look realistic may have actually given us a glimpse at the future of real interface design.
Adario Strange is a writer and filmmaker originally from the East Village of New York City. His work has appeared in publications such as Wired, PC Magazine, and New York Press.
A clever developer has used his early access to Google Glass to come up with a way to control a flying done using simple head movements.
The augmented reality glasses known as Meta have been re-named as SpaceGlasses, and come with an even more ambitious looking concept video.
A team of 3D printing professionals decided to take on a tiny (very tiny) part of Elon Musk's challenge to build a Hyperloop.
The makers of the Oculus Rift have just unveiled a new software marketplace that could jumpstart adoption of the innovative gaming device.
One lucky photographer managed to capture the amazing moment that an explosion occurred during a recent meteor shower.
A recently uncovered patent filing indicates that Google may be looking to track what advertisements Glass wearers look at in the same way the company tracks online user behavior.
A new interactive map offers amazingly detailed insight into the rises and falls of traffic fatalities around the world.
The international body charged with helping to establish names for new planets has decided to open up the process to the public.
Researchers using an MRI machine can detect the possibility that a child may be dyslexic before the child even starts to read.