Technology from Carnegie Mellon and Disney Research turns walls into interactive surfaces that connect to lights, appliances and other devices
A new installation called Magic Bench lets an entire group of people share in AR experiences
University of Washington and Disney Research teamed up to transform the way we use paper
Researchers at the company's laboratories have created a way to convert 2D pages into 3D avatars in real time
Disney Research's robot walks on two feet with a familiar playful wobble
Acoustruments are low-cost mechanisms developed by Disney Research that add rich functionality to handheld devices
Beachbot recreates Finding Nemo and other charming characters as it scuttles across the sand
Research team helps create a more huggable form of fabrication.
Disney's Pixelbots roll around and light up in sync like large, real-world pixels.
How using different stimuli can create an emotional connection between an individual and a company's identity.
Disney researchers have 3D-printed a futuristic experience where currents of oxygen help users feel on their skin what they see in front of them.
Enthusiasts are being given the chance to have their face on a figurine.
HideOut uses a mobile projector to enable seamless interaction between the digital and physical world.
The animatronic humanoid device uses an external camera system to track the movement of the balls and predict destination and timing.