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We take a look at some of the latest artistic and technological advances that happened this week in the area of light.
An embedded ultraviolet sensor calibrated to the wearer's skin is programmed to send text messages when sun exposure goes too long.
Electricity is at the center of this week's technology, using it to power everything from cars to jeans and finding better ways to store it.
Gloveone lets you feel sensations like shape and weight when interacting with virtual objects.
Prepared to be awed by a bionic ankle, a jet-powered bike, wind turbines without blades and a weird wearable that contains living organisms.
A discrete camera and phone app work together to collect evidence automatically.
Haptic technology is bringing the sense of touch to interface design and virtual reality.
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