Who Knew VR Would Involve So Much Cardboard?

Who Knew VR Would Involve So Much Cardboard?

Think back, and picture the ’80s and ’90s visions for virtual reality headsets – there was a lot of metal and plastic involved. They looked futuristic, sure, but also elaborate and pricey. It’s a sharp contrast from what we’re seeing…

You Down With OTT? Yeah, You Know go90

You Down With OTT? Yeah, You Know go90

Sorry. Couldn’t resist the Naughty By Nature joke – though, hopefully, most of the millennials that Verizon is targeting with their go90 service will get the reference, even if they’re not sure what an OTT is. (If you’re not, it’s…

Brainwave Zen Garden

It’s almost a holiday weekend here in the States, and maybe you want to a) relax and b) work on a little project. Why not do both at the same time by building yourself a brainwave zen garden? Fun with…

How a Driverless Car Sees The Road

Driverless cars! Seemingly, most people are either thrilled or terrified at the prospect. A few of us may have seen them on the road, but most of us have little insight into what’s actually going on to empower that car…

Ikea: Kitchen Vision 2025

Ikea recently released their Concept Kitchen 2025, a vision for how technology will aid you in food preparation in the near future. One piece includes a kitchen prep table that can be used as a recorder, a measurement aid, a…

Welcome To the Robo Hotel

Hotels. We love ’em when they’re well-designed, but they always seem understaffed. Here, we see an innovative solution. Meet “Yobot” the luggage handler. His digs are the Yotel in midtown NY, and he handles baggage so that hotel staff can…

We Hear An Echo

…and it’s from our new roommate Alexa. Amazon has introduced a revolutionary new voice assistant in a little cylindrical package. The Amazon Echo¬†device is host to Amazon’s “Alexa”, and as you chat with her you’ll realize she’s quite a bit…

What The Internet of Things Could Really Do For The Coffee Maker

What The Internet of Things Could Really Do For The Coffee Maker

Yes, there are already coffee makers connected to the Internet of Things so you can start up your coffee from the comfort of your own bed- and for those with predictable schedules, the programmable coffee maker far predates that. But…

Tuls

I had a plastic, flowchart-building thing when I was a kid; it came from someone in engineering, who was probably diagramming out serious business of some sort day in and day out, back when I had no idea about logic…