The device was inspired by woodpeckers, which appear to tolerate repetitive head impacts by adjusting the blood flowing to their brains.
Underwater jet packs, glow-in-the-dark skateboard parks, heated hoodies and driverless buses round out this week's Tasty Tech gallery.
Marty McFly's hovering skateboard isn't here yet. But it's almost here, and that counts for something, right?
The padded bot gives human players a chance to make full contact during practice, while minimizing the risk of head and neck injuries.
The bike yielded faster times and beat out competitor bikes in wind tunnel testing.
Toyota's luxury car brand Lexus says it has created a prototype that glides frictionlessly just above the ground.
The Dallas Cowboys are using VR setup to help quarterbacks like starter Tony Romo read practice defenses.
We feature 10 of the Best of Innovation Awards from this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
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