This would be a fun way for the uber rich to travel.
Although there are already a few strong players in the emerging gesture control market, a new development could quickly leapfrog them all by harnessing everyday Wi-FI.
It's the world's first mass-produced virtual reality movement system, and somehow, it's actually affordable.
According to a report emerging from Russia, Apple has just filed a trademark application for the iWatch name, a move that could be seen as confirmation of the rumors of an upcoming smartwatch.
At the Augmented World Expo this week, Fraunhofer demoed a prototype OLED microdisplay that can track your eyeballs as you watch it.
Sure this thing has to be driven lying down and only goes 15 MPH, but with four-digit gas mileage, nobody's counting.
With the head of an Android and the body of a PC, there's no telling what ASUS 's latest creation really is.
A lab in Tokyo has come up with a way to associate tactile sensations with an interface projected onto nearly any surface, including your own hand.
Sony has posted footage using one of its latest consumer action cameras to show off a robot's eye-view of a part of human history now in ruins.
Japan's NHK network has unveiled a new system that advances the old effect of bullet time by allowing viewers to get instant frozen time replays of events just minutes after they occur.