Category Archives: TECH


Nimbus Lab Develops Arson Drone to Assist in Controlled Burns

4 days ago

Over the last several years, drones have graduated from being primarily used by the military as a spy or hunter/killer platform to being employed by everyone from corporations to civil…


Lytro’s Latest Camera is Made to Capture 6 Degrees of Virtual Reality

2 weeks ago

With VR viewing innovations like the Oculus Rift, and Microsoft’s HoloLens or Sony’s Playstation VR headset looming, everyone wants a bag of that virtual reality cash. Now camera maker Lytro…


Snickerdoodle Professional-Grade Mini Computer Now Available to the Masses

4 weeks ago

Have you ever been frustrated with the limitations of Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone and other mini computers? For me, it comes down to IO. I needed 100 IO pins on the…


Open-Source Volumetric Display Pushes What is Possible With 3D Visualization

4 weeks ago

Technology keeps advancing, but not always in the way we predicted in the 90s. Volumetrics hopes to change that with the rollout of its open-source volumetric display design, which is…


Canadian Inventor Takes Flight On New Hoverboard Prototype

1 month ago

Ever since the release of Back to the Future, people have been clamoring for their own hoverboard. McFly made them look cool as he glided through the future streets. However,…


Netflix Goes DIY: Makes Switch to Control Your Chill Mode (And Order Food)

1 month ago

I am currently certain that we are approaching the apex of our societal laziness. I would be surprised if future generations will even bother to walk or eat for themselves…


Build Your Own: A 3D Printed Drone Inspired By a Moon Lander

1 month ago

The tech world is swarming with stories about the latest drone innovations. Before you know it, someone else has built a drone that can draw, follow you, or build a…


PolyEyes Promises to Enhance Human Vision, Make You Look Ridiculous

1 month ago

Super enhanced vision is something we dream about when we’re kids, only to discover the closest humans can get are corrective lenses or laser surgery. Apparently, that’s not good enough…


New Table Concept from MIT Can Lift and Stack Building Blocks Autonomously

2 months ago

When it comes to pretty much anything new and exciting, MIT and all of their various labs are almost always fairly dependable. More recently, the team at the school’s Tangible…