Electrostatic sheets promise super-light exoskeletons
You wouldn't need bulky machinery to boost your body.
System helps spot bias in algorithms
You'd know just what influences are skewing the code.
Disney Research uses RFID tags for low-cost interactive games
The system can detect movements in as little as 200 milliseconds.
ICYMI: RoboDoc beats humans, touchpad skin and more
An autonomous robot surgeon is better at keeping things alive.
Navigate your smartwatch by touching your skin
New tech from Carnegie Mellon makes it much easier to play 'Angry Birds' on your wrist.
Carnegie Mellon says it didn't help the FBI hack Tor for money
The university implies that it was served with a subpoena that requested the details of the Tor exploit it discovered.
3D printing hair is as easy as using a hot glue gun
just dab and pull.
Scientists stretch metal to make it stronger
Researchers have found that nanoscale stretching gets rid of defects in metal.
ICYMI: Draw-an-instrument, levitating light and more
A conductive-ink pen allows you to make any sort of instrument, on any surface. That and the week's headline round-up in today's ICYMI.