The SilentPower PC sidesteps cooling fans by using a foam-like copper substance to chill out the machines.
Bring your fantasy lightsaber battles to real life with a pair of foam swords that wirelessly mark the score and drain health with every successful hit.
A Belgian artist has invented a memory foam chair that expands when heated up. We take a look at a solar-powered scooter and try on the Predator Helmet for size. All that and more on this week's super futuristic episode of Crave.
This week, we sit in a chair that expands when things get hot and take a ride in a solar-powered scooter -- wearing a Predator Helmet, of course.
Belgian designer Carl de Smet has created a memory foam chair that assembles itself when heated.
This porous material is far more sensitive than the current sensors used by bomb squads to identify gases from nitrogen-based explosives. It also detects leaks of dangerous industrial gases.
This injectable foam expands in the body to compress internal wounds. Animal tests have shown it reduces blood loss six-fold.
Leave it up to bizarre gadget purveyor Brando to bring us a beer mug whose only purpose in life, other than holding beer, is to make the beer foamy as all get-out.
Yeah, it's a marketing ploy. But it is kinda fun (and it probably took some doing to get the robotic coffeemaker running).
Chrysler is replacing soy-based foam with recycled foam in its 2011 Grand Jeep Cherokee. Which is greener?