A French company unveils plans for an Android device that projects onto your skin.
A network of individual modules sense the weather near you and sends hyper-local conditions to your phone. 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.
An ultra-thin thermoelectric power generator draws heat energy from a person's skin.
It may not be long before translucent slates hit the market.
A plastic ball stuffed with remote-controlled sensors and motors? Yes, please. Continue reading →
The Sol has built-in foldable solar panels and is designed for use in the military, education and developing countries.
Wake up, roll over and turn on the coffee maker from bed without ever opening your eyes. Continue reading →
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