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A technique that combines lasers and photography provides a decent measurement of the largest fish in the world. Continue reading →
Electricity from the gadget is stored in batteries that can be detached and used around the house.
This week on Tasty Tech, we have a cappuccino-brewing robot, clear clay and the fastest train in the world.
The app draws from Chinese pop art specimen that are empirically, gloriously weird. Continue reading →
The glove shoots lasers that are powerful enough to pop a balloon or sear patterns into wood.
The Hands Omni glove uses force-feedback design to approximate the sensation of touching, pressing or gripping a surface or object.
Some drones just want to have fun.
People are tricked into thinking they can't be seen in an experiment that could have applications for anxiety treatments.
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