World's quickest laser pulse can track electrons in slow motion
It's shedding new light on how chemical reactions work.
3D-printed silicone heart beats like the real thing
Unfortunately, the current version can only last for 45 minutes.
MIT's camera drones are smart enough to get the perfect shot
Directors can tell a drone how they want a shot framed, and it figures out a flight path on its own.
AI learns to recognize exotic states of matter
The neural networks only need a few hundred atoms to get an answer.
Disney can digitally recreate your teeth
It should be helpful in everything from video game acting to dentistry.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 11: Everybody Hurts
The world's first cyborg games and generating empathy with VR.
The first Cybathlon pushed the limits of bionic technology
Superhumans: Inside the world's first cyborg games - Episode 5
Pushing the limits of exoskeleton technology at the Cybathlon
Superhumans: Inside the world's first cyborg games - Episode 4
Powered prosthetics turn mundane tasks into monumental feats
Superhumans: Inside the world's first cyborg games - Episode 3