The tech giant and the university will focus on mobile and personalization products, giving researchers access to data from Yahoo users who opt in.
Artist Golan Levin's Interactive Art and Computational Design class inspires both high-tech high jinks and geeky wizardry -- and proves the two aren't mutually exclusive.
End-of-term projects from Golan Levin's Interactive Art and Computational Design class give us a peek at what kinds of technological mischief our future geniuses are getting up to in school.
On April 28, Carnegie Mellon's National Robotics Engineering Center unveiled this new unmanned vehicle to work on almost any terrain. It can carry more than 8,000 pounds of armor and payload and is powered by a lithium ion battery that's recharged by an onboard turbo diesel generator. Top speed: over 25 miles per hour.\r\n
New digs for the computer science crowd can boast of sensor thermostats, gray-water flushes, green roofs, natural light, and, yes, even fresh air.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon created an experimental headlight that tracks other vehicles and blanks out the bits of light that would normally blind them in traffic.
Online auditions lead 96 musicians from around the world to New York's famed concert hall to perform in the YouTube Symphony Orchestra.
Contest organized by the Google video site and classical-music heavy-hitters encourages members to enter via video submission and yes, possibly win a trip to perform there.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University collaborating with Disney Research have designed a machine that can 3D print in woollen materials.
Disney and Carnegie Mellon explore the softer side of 3D printing with a technique that uses fibers to create snuggly objects.