Project aims to defy architectural conventions with an elaborate, 3D-printed baroque grotto designed almost entirely by algorithms.
Drexel University is starting to create 3D scans of fossils to better study the motion of giant dinosaurs through small-scale robotic models.
The architecture and design software company is trying to popularize green building retrofits with a suite of sustainability analysis tools for building professionals.
ExitReality is a new service that turns Web sites into 3-D worlds. Will that be enough to keep people coming back to it as more than a gimmick though?
From the UrbanMax concept PC design to the Moorestown and Nehalem processors, there was a lot to take in at this year's IDF.
An aggravated mom questions Disney's motives for saying Hannah Montana's 3D concert film will be a one-week theater release, and then changing its tune.
One of five industries in the throes of a tech metamorphosis, the life sciences field is hoping information technology can help it deal with an explosion of data and a rush for new pharmaceuticals.
Spurred by two federal antiterrorism statutes, the Commerce Department releases a study showing that face-recognition technology is hitting its stride.
The company makes a reality out of the "2001: A Space Odyssey" fantasy of building self-regulating computer systems using parallel processing.