Cool things happen when you control water with a computer.
MIT's Materiable is a digital sandbox for the physical world.
Bringing window shopping to a whole new level
The future of interfaces often looks just like the present, but in neon.
Like Kinect, but with a microphone and no camera
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New plastic scaffolds attached to prosthetic devices could enable nerves to feel and control artificial limbs, using electrical signals to … Continued
“Resistive” touchscreens are the type you’re most likely to use in a DIY microcontroller project. These consist of two screen … Continued
John Underkoffler looks at his desktop computer and sees an outmoded, inadequate tool. Trackpads and touchscreens, the former MIT instructor … Continued
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