PSFK speaks to Mick Ebeling about his new book and DIY projects that can improve quality of life through the power of storytelling and story-making
A custom computer will help the world's top scientist continue his work even as his Lou Gehrig's disease progresses, as written for iQ by Intel.
Eyewear equipped with cameras translate eye movements into computer input, replacing the need for a mouse or keyboard.
Bing and Big Think hosted an exhibition in NYC of inspirational new technologies that address basic human needs.
Zach Lieberman talks about how technology can be a force to spark creativity.
Increasingly accurate sensor-based technologies are being adopted by developers to create innovative systems for handicapped persons.
Zach Lieberman, a creative technologist whose work bridges the real world with the digital, speaks about his ongoing collaborative research efforts to empower people and spark creativity.
In the third part of our recent conference, Colin Beavan, Andrew Hoppin, John Dimatos, and Zach Lieberman talked about their approaches to changemaking.
The Digital Fabrication Laboratory has created a robotic tool for graffiti artists.
The collaborative efforts of the Graffiti Research Lab, Free Art+ Technology, Open Frameworks, and The Ebeling Group- organizations specializing in various aspects of open source computing, creativity and production- created the EyeWriter - a low cost software/eye-tracking tool that allows those paralyzed from ALS to write using only their eyes.