If all you've been using your pricey new 3DTV for is watching movies, you're due for an upgrade.
3D images are cool, but they're even better when you can interact with them.
If you want to control your computer by just waving your hands in the air, you could do something challenging like hacking a Kinect system, or you could simply get this Tom Cruise in Minority Report style mousing glove.
The movie "Minority Report" is all about anticipating crimes before they happen. But is technology really heading that way? Check out the infographic below to learn more about predictive policing.
California's Santa Cruz police force is performing a little experiment: using computer programs to predict where crimes will occur, and then sending officers to those areas before any incidents are reported, just like in Minority Report.
After eight years of geeking over Minority Report's gesture-based manipulation interface, we're really pumped that it isn't all just movie magic anymore. It was only a matter of time before this would happen. Hackers are a crafty bunch after all.
The way things usually go is that is a parole board has to deliberate over a convicted person's past crimes and their behavior to determine if they are fit for release from prison. Now, a college professor says that computers could fulfill this role with greater accuracy.
Take the groundbreaking Microsoft Surface system, add the ability to recognize facial expressions and body movement, and you'll get an idea of what the Sony atracTable can do. It uses a couple of cameras to track what your body and...
Just when we thought our days of writing Minority Report in a headline were over, MIT students Tony Hyun Kim and Nevada Sanchez had to roll up with a concept so faithful to the movie it has us excited all...
Every big electronics company is pushing 3D hard, especially here at Japan's CEATEC show, but it was Germany's Fraunhofer Institute who had by far the best demo of 3D tech. Not only does the Free2C kiosk let you see objects...