Seeking to “push the limits of what humans can do,” researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a wearable robotic limb that transforms drummers into three-armed cyborgs.
Last year's Crazy Cart gave kids the ability to drift to their heart's content, but there was one catch: with a maximum weight capacity of 140lbs, most adults couldn't ride it. No longer, the adult-sized Crazy Cart XL brings 17mph sideways hijinks to everyone. And we rode it.
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End of Life is a robot band that makes Marilyn Manson's Beautiful People song sound ... beautiful.
Have you ever unwittingly memorized the lyrics to a Black Eyed Peas song? Of course you have—they're too damn catchy not to remember! Which is why this video, of frontman will.i.am resorting to reading the words to his own song from a cellphone during a recent performance of "Don't Stop the Party" on French TV, is…
You can literally roll Visual Drugstore's MMOV and stage a party anywhere, with the multimedia off-road vehicle bringing along a stage, speakers and a projection lighting system. Sure beats turning up to a party with some onion dip.
Will you tell of your hopes and your dreams and the goodness you have seen? Or will you tell them of the darkness you've created with your own hands?
The Heart Chamber Orchestra is a stirring audiovisual project, involving an orchestra that generates its own musical score (and accompanying visuals) in realtime. The catch? The source of the music is the heartbeats of the orchestra's own members.
Day-to-day, the speed difference between the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 3GS isn't that different. But in more intensive apps and games? The iPhone 4 smokes the 3GS and is nearly as fast as the iPad.
The Alunda Church Choir wanted to see what their giant earth phonograph, the terrafon, would sound like if they dragged it across the ground. Unsurprisingly, it sounds like dirt being plowed. But louder.
A while ago I was considering putting low-powered 5400 RPM drives into a NAS. I was worried about performance, but Tom's Hardware shows us that drive speed isn't the bottleneck, and how slower drives can even beat faster ones.
The Ultimate Windows Tweaker has been updated with 20 additional tweaks for Vista (150 in all). Even better news is that it appears to work with Windows 7 as well.
Dominic Harris of Cinimod Studio, who recently brought you the hypnotizing Illuminating Table, has just produced a new artwork that's even more startling. Particularly startling if you were walking the streets of Gdansk last Friday with a bit too much goldwasser swirling inside you: it's a huge, flashing, LED-lit UFO.…
HTC's installing an updated ROM on all the Touch Diamonds they're shiping out in Europe now, which hopefully will fix the sluggish TouchFLO 3D issues we noticed in our preliminary hands on. We're trying to track down some kinda download link so current owners can get in on the slightly-less-slow action, and we'll…
Despite fears to the contrary, a North Carolina technology assessment company determined that running Vista Aero (the fancy graphical UI elements) doesn't slow down your computer compared to the less graphics-intensive versions of Vista. The three key findings on Vista performance were:
Like some odd-looking pentagonal-shaped polyhedron flying saucer from a 50s flick, here's a hemispherical loudspeaker that's made especially for musicians performing on stage. Electrolap makes this Hemisphere Point-Source Emanation Loudspeaker, a $599 enclosure that contains six Polk Audio db525 drivers and weighs 17…
I now have a new found appreciation for lunchmeat. Twenty-four-year-old computer engineering graduate and musician Shaduz from Bologna developed a MIDI glove which can be used to manipulate music and sounds. The 3DID MIDI glove just isn't any glove, though—it's wireless and was built for about 150 euros, or $180. The…