Smile TV uses facial recognition software to observe your expression while you watch -- and will only play content if you smile.
A new invention called Percept-D lets you click and scroll around the screen with facial movements, and even play games hands-free.
Take the guesswork out of capturing the perfect selfie with a high-tech mirror that waits for a nice smile before it grabs a photo.
The Oxford English Dictionaries observed a five-fold increase in the use of the word this year and awarded it an honored place in the current lexicon.
Researchers have translated the behavior of slime mold into "emotions" and displayed them, just as you'd expect, on a creepy robot face.
Jaguar's pipe and slippers image is fading fast. That, in part, is thanks to making its cars a little bit mad, as it has with the XKR-S.
MIT researchers can measure someone's pulse just by watching them on video. The new method, which picks up slight head movements, could help detect cardiac events.
Photographer Mike Mellia snaps a series of hilarious, absurd, selfie-style shots as a comment on rampant self-portraiture in the age of social media.
Want to see how your unborn baby is reacting to life on the inside? Pioneer has started printing the expressions of tiny tykes as ultrasound holograms.
Can humour be broken down into a series of programmable commands? The Kobian robot helps researchers find out.