Digital Art Director Dhani Sutanto has been developing a line of wearable Oyster Cards for Londoners and envisions a future of DIY wearable devices. One of a series of interviews brought to you by the Heineken Ideas Brewery.
'Man is something that shall be overcome,' wrote Nietzsche. He may have never envisioned today's efforts to re-engineer the body, but he looks prophetic as pioneers aim to push the envelope of human capability.
commentary Google could have us all headed for a mind-blowing future -- if the company can back away from targeted advertising and better help users manage their personal information. Read this blog post by Stephen Shankland on Internet & Media.
When organs become cyborgsCNN(CNN) -- The day may come when transistors in our bodies help us live. Scientists are working on a futuristic tissue engineering venture to grow better solutions for damaged or missing organs.
Making Peace With Our Cyborg NatureNPR (blog)We are technologists by nature. Or to use philosopher Andy Clark's apt phrase: We are natural-born cyborgs. The point is not just that we couldn't do what we do without tools.
Augmented reality touch continues to be a subject of research and development Disney Research shook the technology world with its augmented reality tactile system called REVEL, but it is not the only one experimenting ...
We've already shared our favorite items from Ikea's 2013 product catalog, but what we didn't know was that as of July 31st, the catalog itself will be an interactive product of the latest augmented-reality technology.
: Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering announced that it has received a $2.6 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop a smart suit that helps improve physical endurance for...
Along a winding dirt road, just west of the Lincoln Gap in Bristol, Vt., sit two big yellow houses on a sprawling property featuring ten solar panels, a dock overlooking a sunlit, trout-filled pond, and porches adorned with rocking chairs.