Believe it or not, tractor beams are real and they've just gotten a whole lot stronger.
Bomb-detection is always a tricky business, but using the power of sound could make it safer to do so.
Swiss scientists show that small items can be levitated and precisely moved with acoustic waves.
Changing sound frequencies makes is pile of sand twist and dance.
Sometimes seeing how something works is better than just reading an explanation. Artist Daniel Palacio's exhibit "Waves" tackles showing audiences what sound looks like as it travels through space. Answer: it looks damn cool.
Well, this is a revolting development. Now some dweeb can carry around a $29 device that literally makes you sick. Sure, we've seen a lot of gadgets that make us sick, but this one does it for real. As the...
Although this chair looks like it's made from LEGO, designer Matthew Plummer Fernandez actually used a much more geeky material in building it: sound waves. The Sound/Chair has contours that precisely match sound waves mapped on a 3D graph...