Using a 3D printer, some electric motors and A LOT of free time, a robot hobbyist in Hong Kong has made a robotic Hollywood starlet, building a bridge over the uncanny valley and right into uncomfortable territory.
Unmanned drones could provide states with a safe, reliable and cost-effective way to monitor traffic flows and gather data on bridge conditions.
Thermal imaging was once only used by firefighters who need it and big companies who could afford it. With the release of the Cat S60—the first smartphone with an embedded FLIR thermal camera—that’s about to change.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice may seem like pure sci-fi fantasy, but how much of Batman's tech exists today? We asked experts from NASA, Lockheed Martin and more to find out.
A roundup of all the news that's fit to 3D print. This month's stories include a battle cat, Goodyear's spherical concept tire, and a carbon-neutral car battery.
At the edges of the Mobile World Congress this week, the conversation is starting to stray from consumer gadgetry to what could be our next high-tech boom: manufacturing.
Chinese consumers want the freshest chicken possible, so Tyson Foods Inc. has added to some of its chicken products a quick-response code that can be scanned with a smartphone.
Thanks to HP's recently released Sprout Pro, blended reality may have an immediate impact on innovation.
Harnessing Google's self-driving technology, Clearpath Robotics' OTTO 1500 is taking automated material handling off the track and onto the plant floor.