Thousands of computer hours went into figuring out how to make virtual cloth look and behave more like real cloth.
The shooter projects what you see to the person wearing the other shirt by displaying it on the wearer's screen and vice versa, creating an imaginary portal between the two people.
The translucent touch-screen device would not only predict the weather, it would simulate the current climate on its display.
Two engineering graduate students set up camp in Utah's desert to live like astronauts for two weeks.
Out of 14 infant sleep machines tested, all were louder than the 50-decibel limit set by hospital nurseries, while two were louder than what's considered hazardous to adult ears in the workplace.
The e-commerce giant may soon let online shoppers virtually "try on" jeans, dresses, shirts, and other clothing to see how they fit and move.
The audio company has special algorithms that deliver spatial sound similar to its Atmos technology to your basic headphones.
Some say the odds are good that we're living in a computer simulation, and a few researchers think they might know how to find out the truth.
Ericsson will open an "innovation lab" on the Facebook campus to help with the development of apps and services on mobile networks.
Why bother with Google Glass, when AgencyGlass lets you convey emotions through digital eyes? Hirotaka Osawa wants to help people look happy even when they're not.