Featured in ces 2010
How It Works: Upscaling 2-D Video to 3-D
3-D TVs are finally going on sale--sans content. So some sets are claiming the ability to add a third dimension to your 2-D broadcasts
Sony’s Flip Competitor Spins 360-degree Footage
Nearly every camera maker has their own Flip-style pocket camcorder, and by and larger they’re all the same. Sony’s Bloggie,...
Suma 3-D Controller Lets Your Grab Onto Your Games
While everyone is busy thinking the future of video-game interfacing is Microsoft’s Project Natal, UK-based Cambridge Consultants decided to change...
Best of CES 2010: PopSci’s Products of the Future
It’s tough to make sense of the maelstrom of gear released at CES. So thick is the swarm of new...
Parrot AR Drone Turns Real Life into a Video Game
iPhone-controlled 'copter 'bot augments real objects in its path into targets in a virtual world.
Intel’s New Chips Turn PCs into Power Nappers
Save energy with chips that know exactly how hard to work—and when to take a snooze
Watching TV On Samsung’s LED 9000 Remote
I still can’t decide if this is genius or stupid, but creativity points are definitely due: Samsung’s high-end LED 9000...
A New World’s Largest TV, With an Asterisk
This year at CES, Panasonic revived something we haven’t seen in a while–the battle of the biggest screen. Already the...
Exclusive: Inside Project Natal’s Brain
The artificial intelligence behind Microsoft's Xbox 360 motion-sensing game controller
How 3-D TV Works
Enjoy eye-popping effects without leaving your couch