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Automotive This Bike Helmet's Features Could Make Your Ride Much Safer

Signal lights, cameras and spatial awareness help cyclers navigate through city streets

Design Office Chair Designed For Mobile Device Use

Steelcase has studied how the body interacts with our various tech and has created seating that supports these postures.

Technology Send An Email With Kinect Without Touching The Keyboard

A simple modification on the Kinect opens up numerous possibilities for hands-free communication among the disabled.

Gaming & Play How Sesame Street Is Re-imagining A Show's Storyline For Kinect-Era Television [PSFK LONDON]

The Creative Director of the Content Innovation Lab at Sesame Workshop talks to PSFK about the future of educational programming centered on interactivity.

Retail Audi Opens First Interactive Digital Car Showroom For Urban Shoppers [Video]

Audi City in London features multiple screens that display cars full-scale which users can customize through gestures.

Technology Make Any Screen A Touchscreen With A Tiny Camera

By using sensor technology from the Microsoft Kinect to give any Windows display gesture capability, Ubi Interactive asks us to think twice before getting rid of our old screens.

Luxury Mercedes-Benz Unveils Futuristic Dashboard Controlled By Hand Gestures

The auto-makers' new concept let drivers send messages and book restaurants while driving simply by waving your hand.

Technology Tactile Pixels Send Us Towards Sensual Software Interaction

Haptic interaction with technology could take giant leap forward thanks to Senseg's 'tixels.'

Design Haptic Hacking Means There's Life In The Old Mouse Yet [Video]

Old hardware provides insight for new ways for us to get in touch with software.

Innovation Microsoft's Gesture-Based Multifunctional Stylus

A recent prototype design becomes different devices as its position in space is changed.

Technology (Video) Light Ripples: Interactive Projections On Water

Light Ripples is an beautiful interactive audio visual installation by ENESS that uses eight floating balls as control devices.

Technology Gesture Controlled Mobile Phones

Researchers from Tokyo University are working on a mobile phone interface that uses hand gestures to control device functions.