Motherboard spoke with Ogle about her adorable robots, the emergence of live-streaming services, and where we can take this technology from here.
Helios uses Intel RealSense 3D cameras to give those with severe visual impairments a clearer view of the world.
Vapor Riders ‘99, a multiplayer racing game where users cruise through what looks like the early internet to a very chill vaporwave soundtrack, seeks to mitigate the effects of motion sickness while maintaining immersiveness.
Wheelie is the first computer program that can translate facial expressions into commands that can be sent to a wheelchair, allowing a disabled person to control its movements.
A "cognitive healthcare system" links rural patents with doctors, making medical care accessible for even the most remote patients.
If researchers develop a drug to improve how the brain functions, could it be useful for healthy people?
For a few hundred dollars, anyone can start doing genetic editing in the comfort of their own home.
A modular prosthetic limb provides one woman with 'as near a normal arm as there’s ever been in the history of amputations.'
With a 3D camera and a projector, gesture based computing could provide infotainment hubs for public uses
Repair technicians have more empathy for your lost data than you might expect.
The Swedish Fish Theory seems to be about reciprocity–"If I do something nice for you, you do something nice for me"
A Swedish developer is building a better, more decentralized internet. Can it work?”