Boston-based electronics company MC10’s skullcap that measures head trauma will be spotlighted at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. There are lots of wearable products out there. Most are small and clip easily onto clothing, but they’re as rigid and fragile as electronics ever were. Few if any other wearable devices could withstand a football game attached to one of the players, but MC10 is proof that more will come.
A new circuit board for gesture controls from Germany-based IDENT Technology could help every electronic gizmo in your home respond to the smallest twist of your wrist. The GestIC Evaluation… read more
The age of pico projectors has officially arrived with their huge presence at CES, and the first projector phone, the LG Expo, going on sale in the US. There was… read more
If you want a real-life example of a mad scientist, you could do a lot worse than Nicola Tesla. His incredible genius was so far ahead of his time, and… read more
How many hours a day do you spend staring at a flat surface? You probably don’t think of it that way, but TVs, computer screens, mobile phone displays – these… read more
Integration. Dimensionality. Connectivity. Those were the three key concepts that exhibitors wanted to impress upon me as I walked the floors of CES 2010. The gadgets of this year and… read more
They looked so cool. OLED displays that could fold, or that could give you crisp pictures and still let you see what was behind them. At FPD 2008 and CES… read more