If you're keen to learn more about the next Call of Duty game then Lieutenant Reyes has some important information to give you -- over Facebook Messenger.
CBS zeroes in on a "Twilight Zone" reboot with a twist; also, Japanese researchers show off an "e-skin" with a built-in screen.
"Bioshock" creator and video gaming legend Ken Levine will write and direct the reboot's pilot, which will include interactive elements from Interlude
Flippaper isn't your average pinball cabinet; instead of playing a predesigned game, you'll use four markers to map out your table, and the machine scans the design and makes it playable.
A pinball machine that requires you to draw the field of play using colorful markers; also, CERN researchers create an inexpensive cosmic ray detector built for mass observation.
Using 3D platform Sketchfab, researchers reconstruct an interactive model of the English king's burial site as he was found under a parking lot in Leicester.
Virgin Galactic unveils a new spacecraft in its journey toward commercial space travel; also, MIT's Media Lab unveils a way to manipulate water into various shapes.
Changing the shape of water might seem silly at first, but these researchers have a few clever ideas for their new water-harnessing device.
How does it really look from where the Mars Curiosity rover sits? Now you can explore that perspective, as if being stranded on the Red Planet.
Australian interactive comic creator Sutu's latest project is a poignant exploration of dementia, war and the impermanence of memory.