The Sunu Band vibrates in response to nearby objects to enable people to feel their surroundings through their wrists
Soon, users will simply be able to enter events by holding their phone up to a special sensor that detects specific sound frequencies
Apps are linking visually impaired people to sighted volunteers as assistive technology enters a new era of connectivity
Raybaby is a compact device that provides live data on a child's health
Driving duties will become secondary to an interior that facilitates relaxation, work and entertainment activities
PSFK explores the touch-enabled world making an increased appearance across retail, travel and hospitality
The cutting-edge automobile company is developing sound wave driven technology to replace traditional rubber blades.
Visually impaired people can now cycle safely with the UltraBike unit.
A more tactile way to show off your ultrasound to friends and family.
Printed models of early stages of development give more visual info early on in development.
Funding is being sought to develop a tablet- and cloud-based medical device system.