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The Tires of the Future Are Filled With Lots of Data and Little Air
Let's reinvent the wheel.
Car Sensors Will Help Solve Traffic Jams
Stop tailgating already, say MIT researchers.
How a Musician Hacked His Drum Kit to Sound Like a Full Band
'Daily VICE' met up with drummer Greg Fox to find out how he used high-tech sensors to make one instrument produce a landscape of sounds.
This Tattoo Can Monitor Your Heart Rate and Brain Waves
A graphene sensor could eventually replace dozens of cumbersome medical devices.
Take a Dip Into the Internet of Lakes
Smart lakes and smart forests are helping researchers understand how we’re hurting nature—and what we can do to fix it.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
Nanomesh On-Skin Electronics Are a New Biointerface Frontier
New sensors are basically temporary tattoos that act as electronics interfaces.
The Walls Have Feelings in Majestic Interactive Room
'La maison sensible' lights up when you pet its walls.
In The Future You'll Swallow Your Fitbit
Researchers have developed an ingestible sensor that could be a first step toward more sophisticated monitoring of vital signs.
This Bionic Nerf Gun Can Be Fired Without a Hand
Parisian maker collective Hackerloop has lots of Nerf battles. They wanted their friend with no hand to be able to join in the fun, so they built him a custom nonlethal weapon.
Sound Art Imagines a Different Kind of Zen Garden
Does it still rock if a Japanese rock garden has no rocks? We investigate.
You'll Sleep When You're Dead
Making a Car that Won't Let You Sleep
Algorithms, sensors—there's There's even talk of using biometrics and wearables, data derived straight from a driver's body, to determine if a person is too tired to drive.
Autonomous Cars Can Now Drive on Snow-Covered Streets
Good news for Canadians.