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Hailed as the first fully integrated lower limb system, the Linx prosthetic leg features a microprocessor control system that adjusts the support based on the wearer’s gait.
Michael Bodekaer demonstrates how virtual reality could be used in science classes to engage students on a whole new level.
The alternative hyperloop concept from Hyperloop Transportation Technologies envisions a system made up of magnetic pods and battery-operated motors.
The HoloFlex flexible smartphone can create 3D images simply by bending it at different angles, with no special glasses required.
The Glovdi rethinks the smartphone as a wearable glove, combining a smartphone, smartwatch and fitness monitor into one sleek and handy unit.
The Lego-compatible Brixo building blocks double as electric conductors, letting kids (and kids at heart) bring their constructions to life, safely and easily.
Zhenan Bao shares how research into electronic skin could one day give prosthetic limbs a sense of touch.
Astro Teller, the “Captain of Moonshots” for X, discusses the benefits of failure and how it helps spur innovation and success.
The eye-tracking VR headset from Fove VR could offer a new level of freedom and realism beyond any other VR headset currently on the market.
Psychologist Adam Grant discusses the habits of original thinkers, and offers some surprising similarities.
The Clarius Wireless Ultrasound Transducer brings ultrasound abilities to a smartphone, and could be used for nerveblocks or needle injections.
Meron Gribetz takes us on a virtual reality tour with the Meta 2 augmented reality headset, which could help keep tech users to interact with both their devices and each other in a more natural way.
The next generation Atlas robot from Boston Dynamics can navigate both outside and inside, and can even handle rather rude and annoying humans.
The 3D-printed Sneezometer can detect the early signs of respiratory disease by listening to the fluctuations in a person’s breath.
A new prediction tool from MIT relies on identifying wave cluster patterns to determine if a rogue wave is being developed, giving sailors a few minutes to prepare for the onslaught.
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