Rich and Ashley talk about some truly inspiring future tech on today's Tomorrow Daily.
On today's show: a successful scale test run for a commercial sub-orbital space flight company; a man previously paralyzed moves his hand with his thoughts through new technology; and an artist uses Wi-Fi signal strength to create art.
The Spiral Top, a spinning gadget mounted with LEDs for gorgeous light paintings, brings a touch of artistry to the International Space Station.
Space robots, materials to protect humans from radiation, along with solar and nuclear-powered spacecraft makes NASA's technology development wish list for the next five years.
Utility PG&E and aerospace start-up Solaren plan to generate 200 megawatts worth of base load power from satellites equipped with solar panels in space.
In an interview with CNET, researchers Andy Wilson and Hrvoje Benko talk about turning an entire room into a surface computer.
Researchers study middle-school children playing so-called exergames and find that energy expenditure during the games can be moderate or even vigorous in intensity.
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