Glenn McDonald writes about culture and technology from his home in lovely Chapel Hill, NC. He’s a regular contributor to NPR, the Raleigh News & Observer, Indy Week and many quaint and curious volumes of forgotten lore. You can say hello virtually at glenn-mcdonald.com.
Independent biohacker group uses light-amplifying substance to see in the dark.
Sensor systems from GM and Ford watch the roads, the signs … and you.
With various spy gadgets on the retail shelves, surveillance tech isn't just for secret agents anymore.
System being tested on Chilean beaches uses UAVs equipped with flotation devices.
Low-cost design could help farmers in Ethiopia maintain self-sufficient agriculture.
From smart collars to bark translators, we take a look at technology on the furry side.
Infrared light and optical monitors translate minute eye movements onscreen.
A presentation at the 2015 SXSW Interactive Festival showcases the lighter side of advanced robotics.
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