The first touch-sensitive LCD basketball court in the world is awesome

Nike has created this huge touch-sensitive LCD basketball court for a training session with Kobe Bryant. The court has built-in motion sensors that track every player's movements individually. It can also display training exercises for them to follow and show statistics on performance. Check out the amazing video. »8/15/14 12:10pm8/15/14 12:10pm

Four Cool Things You Can Do With Your Computer Now That It's Watching You

Microsoft’s Kinect proved that real people are actually interested in moving their bodies to motion-control stuff on a screen. Leap Motion, whose $70 motion detector is decoupled from a gaming console, could end up having a wider impact. It’s not just for gamers, and desktop and laptop manufacturers are reportedly… »5/02/13 3:20pm5/02/13 3:20pm

Apple Patents Head-Tracking Auditorium-Effect Wearable Display

Apple's patents are nothing if »11/06/08 10:45am11/06/08 10:45am , and occasionally confusing: this new one is in the latter category. It's for a goggle-like display system with an in-built head tracking system that changes the display from a somewhat boring "normal" static one into a dynamic view that recreates the feeling of being in an auditorium,…