French designer and programmer Cyril Diagne took to social media to show the world a truly mind-boggling, futuristic piece of software—his augmented reality “cut & paste” program, which looks like an elaborate prank come to life. Using Adobe Photoshop and various items around the room, Diagne can be seen plucking plants and books out of the real world and dropping them into the editing software.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many schools and universities to temporarily close, impacting over 91% of the world’s student population...
Have you ever wondered what you would look like as a Renaissance painting?
At this critical time in history, everyone is pitching in with their skills and expertise in order to combat the coronavirus epidemic. An issue many countries are facing is a lack of medical equipment, as hospitals are overwhelmed with critical care patients. This is particularly true of ventilators, which are in short supply. Now, Italian engineering firm Isinnova is helping local hospitals with the shortage thanks to a simple, yet ingenious, invention.
As the world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos has plenty of cash to spare.
Berlin-based artist Simon Weckert is fascinated by the digital world and its impact on humanity.
It’s hard not to be distracted by all of the tricked out smartphones available today, especially when they’re always right at our fingertips. That’s why engineer Justine Haupt of the Cosmology Instrumentation Group at Brookhaven National Laboratory spent three years on a personal pet project. The result of her efforts is a fully functional rotary cell phone that Haupt believes has all of the pros of portable communication without the unnecessary bells and whistles.
By now, we all know that smartphones are capable of taking great images.
Björk is known for her avant-garde, experimental music style, and her latest project is no exception.
When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, it can be overwhelming for every member of the family. The devastating brain disease causes the person suffering from it to gradually lose the ability to think and remember, so it’s often up to the people around them to help them function on a daily basis.
The word “technology” might evoke images of laser beams, modern computers, and streams of data, but innovative engineering spans decades.
Ancient civilizations had all types of communication methods.