The Conversation About VR Struggles to Get Real
Experts debated the hype surrounding VR, with mixed success.
'Status Update' Captures the Evolution of the Bay Area
Gathered by curators Pete Brook and Rian Dundon in partnership with Catchlight, the work of 14 photographers documents the many facets of the region.
The UN Is Using Virtual Reality to Make the Rich and Powerful Feel Empathy
A new campaign uses virtual reality documentaries to raise awareness and trigger empathy.
Meet the GynePunks Pushing the Boundaries of DIY Gynecology
A collective of radical bio-hackers and TransHackFeminists are out to reclaim gynecological medicine.
New Experiments Make That ‘Impossible’ Engine Look a Little More Possible
The theoretical technology that could take us to Pluto in 18 months may be real, new findings show.
That Physicist in Omaha Is Still Working on a Warp Drive in His Garage
And he's filed for a patent.
How Mushrooms Could Hold the Key to Our Long-Term Survival as a Species
The wonders of mycelium.
The Dark Age of Virtual Reality-Based Torture Is Approaching Fast
“In mental health, perceptions are reality, so if you think you are being tortured, you are being tortured."
Could Electrons Be Used to Clean Up Coal Emissions?
How a laser developed for nuclear fusion may be repurposed to scrub coal emissions.
Remember 'Duke Nukem'? Turns Out It's a Metaphor for Cyberspace
"Hurt me plenty" walks you down nostalgia lane, fists up.
Google's Robo-Selfies Break Street View's Fourth Wall
Google's accidental robo-selfies are a chance to glimpse the transitionary moment before our entire sensory experience is digitized.
SpaceX Was Born Because Elon Musk Wanted to Grow Plants on Mars
Before there was SpaceX, there was Mars Oasis.