The latest innovation videos compiled for you.
The Nomadeec HoloLens brings telemedicine technology to paramedics and other responders in the field.
Young inventor Nilay Kulkarni demonstrates his invention that could save lives by preventing human stampedes.
The Pick-and-Place system from the team at MIT uses a "grasp-first-then-recognize” workflow to lift and sort items from clutter.
The Spot Mini robot has opened new doors in robotics--by opening doors.
An autonomous warship from DARPA can seek out enemy submarines, saving money by eliminating the need for an onboard crew.
The Live Metal AI-powered tool from DM Labs streamlines 3D design by automating some areas of the process.
Adaptive fashion designer and founder of Runway of Dreams Mindy Scheier demonstrates how a few small changes to clothing can make a big change in a person’s life.
Researchers at Brigham Young University have used lasers and a tractor beam to create 3D holograms in mid-air.
The DroNet algorithm helps drones navigate by mimicking the way cars and bicycles avoid obstacles on city streets.
The ground-breaking Revolve folding modular wheel can collapse down to just a third of its size. [REVOLVE-WHEEL.COM]
The NIMBO security robot from Turing Video combines Segway's Robotics mobility platform with AI to patrol areas for suspicious activity.
The Minimally Actuated Serial Robot (MASR) replaces stationary motors with mobile versions that travel along a rail to actuate specific joints.
Japanese researchers have developed humanoid robots that accurately mimic the human musculoskeletal structure.
The ultra-tiny Zanco TI phone is the smallest functional phone in the world.
MIT researchers have developed glowing plants able to emit light for almost four hours.
An innovative minimally invasive robotic blimp could be used to explore delicate archeological structures without kicking up dust.
A 3D-printing technology from a team at the University of Washington takes advantage of backscattering to let plastic objects communicate wirelessly without electronics.
A new ‘living ink’ 3D-printing method uses bacteria-laden ink to print hydrogels that could treat burns or clean up oil spills.
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In a large step forward for robotics, the team from Boston Dynamics demonstrates their amazing back-flipping, bipedal robot.
Ideal for backcountry adventures or unexpected disasters, ultra-portable Fixt Nomad filter promises to put 100 gallons of clean water in your pocket.
The Plantagon company hopes to address the global food crisis with their World Food Building plantscaper—a vertical greenhouse for urban farming
A $10 microchip can convert a 2D ultrasound machine into a 3D imaging device.
The eVscope amateur telescope from Unistellar lets users view galaxies in full color from their own backyard.
The RetroShape aims to rethink smartwatch control via a tactile display and deformable back.
The Laikago robotic dog from Unitree can run over stones and grass, and even recover from being kicked.
The shape-shifting Laddroller wheelchair shifts easily from sitting to standing position.
Future doctors are practicing their skills on VR simulations, learning about anatomy without ever entering a lab.
The touch-enabled Project Jacquard Commuter Trucker Jacket from Levi’s features gadget control embedded in the fabric itself.
An innovative evaporation-powered device could offer a new source of renewable energy for the United States.
A new hybrid 3D printing technique from the Wyss Institute could open the door to more durable, flexible wearables.
The origami-inspired delivery drone from EPFL's Laboratory of Intelligent Systems can fold down when not in use.
The GreenWave vertical farming system would provide a new source of food while also helping restore ocean ecosystems.
Researchers at Rice University have created light-controlled molecular machines able to drill holes in cells to deliver medication or destroy the cell itself.
Specialized yeast strains could allow future astronauts to create 3D-printed tools using their own waste products.
The organismoids computing technology mimics human thought by helping machines learn by allowing them to forget.
Marc Raibert, founder of Boston Dynamics, demonstrates SpotMini, a new breed of robotic helpers. Boston Dynamics [CONTACT]
The breakthrough new Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT) technology uses electricity to create new organs from skin cells.
The DeepLoco artificial intelligence algorithm uses reinforcement learning to get robots on their feet.
The wearable Chairless Chair from Noonee lets wearers take a seat wherever they go. Noonee.com
The conductive paint from Bare Conductive lets users experiment with their own circuits.
A tiny, battery-free robot from Harvard University could lead to swallowable micro-robots able to film inside the body.
Known for his lifesaving paper-based tools, Manu Prakash demonstrates a hand-powered centrifuge that can replace a $1000 device.
The Brainno wearable reads your brain waves to promote mental health.
The Desktopography smart display can project a virtual keyboard onto small, cluttered spaces.
A modular, solar-powered desalination system from the team at NEWT could provide a lifesaving source of water to remote and off-grid locations.
An innovative solar paint from RMIT University will transform moisture into hydrogen fuel.
The 3D printer from Desktop Metal prints metal parts and prototypes without fumes and toxic chemicals.