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With an eye toward the growing need to monitor huge structures like bridges and buildings, researchers at KAIST Urban Robotics Lab have created a drone able to climb up a wall and fly safely down.
The Holocube HD Tablet lets users create their own holograms on an iPad and project them onto a transparent screen—putting even more creative control in the hands of the artist.
A new concept tire from Goodyear would harvest the heat and vibration of the road to recharge the batteries of electric cars.
Topher White, founder of the startup Rainforest Connection, discusses how used cellphones can help prevent illegal logging in the rainforest.
A new air filter created using the material from surgical gloves could be installed on window screens and face masks, offering a breath of fresh air to people living in extremely polluted areas.
In a novel way to approach problem-solving, Tom Wujec discusses collaborative visualization, and how drawing the process for making toast can lead to a better understanding of complex issues and points of view.
Kenneth Shinozuka, who has been designing apps since kindergarten, discusses his app to keep track of his night-wandering grandfather.
The MOPS system preserves tissue without refrigeration, potentially doubling the lifetime of bone and cartilage donor tissue while also reducing waste.
Neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis, creator of the brain-controlled exoskeleton seen at the 2014 World Cup, discusses how we have achieved brain-to-brain communication, and where we might go from here.
The HoloLens from Microsoft lets users turn their environment into a virtual touchscreen by "projecting" Windows apps onto different surfaces in the home.
Hailed as the world's first electronic undershoes, the Rollkers 'walking skates' strap to your shoes to let you glide at speeds up to seven miles per hour.
Navi Radjou explores the concept of frugal innovation—creating clever solutions from limited resources—and how we can learn to do more with less.
Henri Seydoux of Parrot discusses the company's two new agriculture-based smart devices, the Parrot Pot and Parrot H2O—updated versions of its Flower Power system that help ensure you will never kill a houseplant again.
Taking inspiration from the cuttlefish, the robotic Sepios can travel through dense areas of underwater growth without becoming entangled—an impossible task for most underwater robots.
The next generation Live2D Euclid expands upon the previous Live 2D technology by allowing users to animate 2D illustrations at a full 360 degrees—opening the door to more immersive video games and more detailed illustrations.