New technology called “Ultra-fast Ultra-far Interaction” allows devices to respond to touchless gesturing like a hand wave.
U.K. researchers use directed ultrasound waves to approximate tactile sensation.
Women perform vaginal ultrasounds at home, while their doctor views the images from afar.
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By directing ultrasound to a specific brain area, researchers were able to improve people's ability to discriminate between sensory inputs.
A beam of sound could usher in new kinds of imagers and super-precise clocks. ->