This week we feature a handful of techs designed to help out in disasters as well as other innovations that will just make you happy to be alive.
The display can be rolled up to a diameter of 6 centimeters without adversely affecting its function. Continue reading →
Nano-pixels that can be electrically switched on and off would form the basis for extremely high-res displays for contact lenses to car windshields.
From a bulletproof car to an aerial sports drone to an electric Harley to an aerodynamic World Cup ball, this week, it's all about the action.
Nearly 10 years in the making, the technology is slated for release in 2015. Continue reading →
The PaperFold mobile devices uses three flexible electrophoretic display sheets that users can arrange into various configurations. Continue reading →
SensaBubble project aims for multi-sensory gaming and learning displays. Continue reading →
The multi-touch MisTable displays images on fog. Continue reading →
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