The 3Dvarius, a playable 3D-printed violin based on the legendary Stradivarius, looks like a visitor from the future.
On today's show, we're discussing first-person sports TV, a silicone chip with heart muscle in the middle and a wild 3D-printed violin you've got to see to believe.
Watching our favorite sports from a first-person perspective may become the norm with the help of this lightweight camera fitted to a player's jersey. It also displays the athlete's heart rate during play, so you'll finally know if your favorite sports hero is cool under pressure, or a hot mess in disguise.
A crazy gadget that looks like a toy fretboard peripheral for a video game is actually a highly versatile instrument that can be played in many ways.
A 3D-printed violin is just one of a suite of instruments designed to provide a collaborative experience exploring our relationship with sound.
3D printing has allowed the creation of a suite of instruments that explore the relationship between humans and the instruments we use to create music.
We've always wanted a robot sidekick, and after watching this Nao robot play Wii Tennis with a family of four, our need for a robo-BFF is even stronger. Do you think we can program one to tolerate hanging out with us?
The new Hifiman HE400S headphone features advanced planar-magnetic drivers in a lightweight, comfortable design.
Ashley and Khail wish they each had a robot sidekick to play video games with, hear beautiful music from a transparent, 3D-printed electric violin and explain how MIT is trying to give robots human reflexes. #TDRoboPal
An adorable whirring 3D-printed circular saw runs on a button battery and is sized for impossibly tiny hands.