Ted Schilowitz stops by the studio to talk about what it's like creating new cinematic experiences with Barco Escape and how he became 20th Century Fox's resident futurist.
Prototypes of a robot personal assistant, projector with an interactive interface and smart accessories hope to untether you from your phone.
We deep dive into robot cowboys, interactive LED art and golf cart jetpacks. Also, we welcome Barco Escape Chief Creative Officer Ted Schilowitz to the show to discuss new moviegoing experiences and what he does as 20th Century Fox's resident futurist.
LUKE (named after Luke Skywalker) is an advanced, modular prosthetic arm with over 10,000 hours of testing, and it'll finally be available later this year.
Take a close up look at the GoCycle G3, with its modern design and phone-controlled settings.
Daihatsu partners with 3D-printing firm Stratasys to offer custom, textured car body effects; also, a software simulation designed to teach autonomous cars to drive.
The designer behind drool-worthy new concepts for the most anticipated movie of the year offers an early look at innovations that make the tricorder look passe.
We visited the DRL's third qualifying event, which took place in an actual abandoned mall...and it turned out to be an even bigger spectacle than we imagined.
Regina Dugan, the former DARPA director who most recently headed up a future-tech effort at Google, will lead Facebook's new "Building 8" hardware research group.
A concept video from Fisher Price takes a look at what toys might be like 10 years from now and puts a futuristic twist on a few familiar products.