Good news for gamers (and rubber duckies). A Kinect-based setup out of Japan transforms water into an interactive surface for playing games, watching movies, and maybe more.
BallCam shows the perspective from a spinning football, stitching images into seamless midair footage.
One day in the future, we might use sensor-equipped action figures like this one out of Japan to create animations.
A Japanese company creates a device that you put in your mouth and it transmits the feeling of you kissing someone else to them over the Web.
Japanese researchers used a face mask comprising see-through gel as a haptic interface, allowing users to press, pinch, or touch the transparent mold to control the computer.
Scientists have long debated whether cell phones pose a health risk, and now they're looking for money to fund research to help settle the debate.