Vuzix, a company that makes virtual- and augmented-reality goggles, recently visited Technology Review to demonstrate its new Wrap 920AR glasses.
This video illustrates how you can get the price of buildings in Paris, simply by using the camera of a mobile phone and an augmented-reality application powered by Layar technology.
A full-color holographic display system refreshes every two seconds, fast enough to send live 3-D images.
Technology Review visits Ed Boyden, an assistant professor at the Media Lab and leader of the Synthetic Neurobiology Group at MIT, in his lab, where he demonstrates a device to turn neurons on and off and discusses how photosensitive proteins can be used to study and manipulate the workings on the brain.
Barnaby Jack, director of security testing at the computer security company IOActive, demonstrates how to hack an ATM to make it dispense money.
Lessons from the battle over Cape Wind.
Technology Review looks prettier–but new looks express a new strategy.
Technology Review’s deputy editor, Brian Bergstein, sat down with Lawrence Lessig, a net-neutrality advocate who directs Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, to discuss why he thinks innovation on the Internet is at risk.
A demonstration of how Aaron Dollar makes simple and versatile robotic hands in his lab at Yale University.
Rosalind Picard, professor at MIT, explains and demonstrates the Q Sensor.