Virginia Tech

Automotive Ford Thinks Self-Driving Cars Of The Future Will Communicate With Lights

Ford is creating a common visual language for cars and pedestrians

Innovation Lowe's Outfits Warehouse Employees With Robotic Suits

The home retailer collaborated with Virginia Tech to develop assistive exosuits that help prevent injury when lifting heavy objects

Technology Sugar-Powered Battery Could Fuel Devices Without Any Toxic By-Products

Biobatteries can supply more energy and are more environmentally friendly than conventional batteries.

Advertising Hearing Aid Eyeglasses Use Bone Conduction To Amplify Sound

A new form of amplifying device that is more subtle than the current options.

Technology Giant Robotic Jellyfish To Monitor The Ocean

A jellyfish made entirely of nuts and bolts (and wires) set to scan the seas.

Design Shake Your Cell Phone To Charge It

Researchers at Virginia Tech have developed a novel method for juicing up your mobile that draws energy from piezoelectric force.

Virginia Tech Newspaper Used Twitter For Continuous Publishing [Headlines]

The university's paper was able to publish updates during and after the shooting via tweets, gaining 18,000 followers in a few hours.

Design (Video) A Car For The Blind

Researchers have created a vehicle that can be driven by the visually impaired.

Home LUMENHAUS: The House Of The Future Is Here

Virginia Tech’s model home combines sustainability, comfort and responsive architecture.

Gaming & Play The World Cup of Robots: Bend It Like R2D2

On June 19th, devices from world-renowned universities will compete in Singapore for RoboCup 2010.