Your gadgets in the future may have Minority Report-like gesture controls that will make poking at a touchscreen seem absolutely primitive.
Hot on the heels of Amazon's Prime Air drone delivery concept demonstration, the German logistics company DHL has shown off a delivery 'copter of its own.
Microsoft just released their second-gen Kinect, but thanks to MIT it's already yesterday's tech.
Apple just gobbled up the tech behind the original Kinect. Could we see new Macs with built-in Kinect tech? Or maybe an Apple-branded TV with 3D gesture control?
Digital interaction gets an upgrade via MIT's sensor and touch-powered surface, which allows for remote physical interactivity in real-time.
It probably takes less time to create a pair of 3D printed briefs than it does to actually put them on yourself. How's that for innovation?
This coating lights up pathways without the costly expense of electricity.
Using the concept of liquid armor and nanotechnology, USSOCOM seeks researchers to help them create the real-life version of Tony Stark's favorite outfit.
The folks from Down Under have created the perfect vehicle for super-attentive people — or Star Wars fans. Use the "Force!"
This little bit of stretched out gel can rock your socks off or make you weep, depending on your music library of course.