The assistive technology is made from off-the-shelf parts and helps bring a popular hobby to those with disabilities.
'A Smarter Gun' is an in-depth look at the movement to create user-authenticated firearms that fire only in the hands of approved users, and whether or not this technology can curb gun violence.
Never before have RFIDs and guns been married in such a cyborgian fashion.
The Canadian military wants machines to help people make life-or-death decisions.
Industry players met in Seattle this week to talk about why no one has sold a smart gun in America.
Watch the military complete its "first successful live-fire tests demonstrating in-flight guidance of .50-caliber bullets."
In the very near future, line-of-sight will be a thing of the past.