From websites you can bike through to sculptures of air travel, making experiences 'real' could help ground us against digital overload.
Programmable interfaces can turn everyday objects into musical instruments.
Forward-leaning projects that are helping us rethink the body’s physical relationship with digital technology.
In the third week of our ten week series with IQ by Intel, we assess how multi-device consumption is changing the way content is created.
Christine Sun Kim explores the qualities of sounds she is not able to discern in order to make them more inclusive.
Intel iQ Managing Editor reveals how his brand successfully became a publisher of engaging content.
The Intel booth at CES features a towering structure composed of 176 Ultrabook computers, as written on IQ for Intel.
Why we'll be able to use tablets for every facet of our lives in the near future, as written on IQ for Intel.
Eyewear equipped with cameras translate eye movements into computer input, replacing the need for a mouse or keyboard.
With Disney’s new Revel technology, any object can take on the texture of any other object.