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Technology october 19, 2016

Your Body Could Be The Most Secure Password

New technologies are being developed to let people seamlessly unlock and control the devices around them using their biometric signals

Technology may 19, 2016

Paper Gets Technologically Advanced Thanks to These Sensor Tags

University of Washington and Disney Research teamed up to transform the way we use paper

Technology may 17, 2016

These Gloves Can Translate Sign Language Into English

Students are working to revolutionize way American Sign Language speakers communicate

Technology april 26, 2016

This Tiny Computer Doesn't Require a Battery

University of Washington has created quarter-sized computer that pulls power from the air

Design & Architecture june 10, 2015

Turn a Heart, Star, or Apple into the Shape of Your Next City Stroll

Make your own scavenger hunt and turn the city into your playground with this Trace walking app

Sustainability april 16, 2014

Aging Software Shows What Your Five-Year-Old Will Look Like At 80

New technology quells parents' unwavering curiosity.

Home october 21, 2013

Kinect System Doubles As A Yoga Teacher For The Blind [Video]

Eyes-Free Yoga uses the motion-sensing technology to read body angles and give feedback on how to do the poses.

Arts & Culture october 4, 2013

Software Generates 3D Models To Illustrate Wikipedia Articles [Video]

Program guides users through popular tourist spots online using Flickr and Google Images.

IoT september 2, 2013

Researcher’s Brain Controls People's Movements Via The Internet

Experts have successfully connected two human brains on one telecommunications channel.

Mobile june 6, 2013

Gesture Recognition Tech Controls Devices Without A Camera [Video]

WiSee lets homeowners control their electronics and appliances from any room using WiFi signals.

Work december 19, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

From headphones that beam light to the brain to improve mood to mind-controlled prosthetics, we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.

Innovation december 11, 2012

Dissolvable Fabric Could Replace Condoms

To better protect against STDs and pregnancy, researchers have created an electrospun cloth loaded with drugs that women can insert directly.

Design & Architecture december 3, 2012

Prosthetic Arm Looks Like A Tentacle

Design student creates a concept octopus apendage as an alternative to traditional mechanical limbs.

Work october 28, 2012

PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

From a smart watch that helps you deal with stress to a handheld MRI a la Star Trek's Tricorder, we bring you the most innovative stories from the world of wellness research.


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