A brain-inspired computing component provides the most faithful emulation yet of connections among neurons in the human brain, researchers say.
With one fully working prototype, the company plans to release more transforming vehicles soon.
3D-printed plastic blocks can now be turned into acoustic holograms that generate 3D shapes made of sound, which could function like sonic "tractor beams," according to a new study.
Auto-Tune was originally developed as a tool in the oil exploration industry, but now it's widely used in pop music.
A fabric designed to power wearable devices by harvesting energy from both sunlight and body movements can be produced on a standard industrial weaving machine, according to a new study.
A new wearable camera lets you go back in time, so to speak, to retroactively capture those fleeting moments you thought you missed.
Using technology akin to X-ray vision, scientists can read closed books, identifying letters printed on stacks of paper up to nine sheets thick.
Scientists at MIT have developed a handheld device that can evaluate how ripe an apple is by measuring the glow of chlorophyll in the fruit's skin under ultraviolet light.
The "Slow Dance" frame reveals what it might look like to watch objects move in slow motion in the real world.
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