Holograms are still mostly science-fiction fodder, but researchers at Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab have developed a prototype smartphone that uses holographic technology to display dynamic 3D images without the need for head tracking or annoying glasses.
Ever wish your Legos could fly? Someone invented the next best thing—BitDrones are tiny box drones that work like 3D building blocks.
An undergraduate computer science student has created a "quantum chess" game that stumps computers' ability to search all possible outcomes of possible moves by having chess pieces mimic particles that are subject to quantum mechanics.
What IBM's Deep Blue computer is to Chess, Deep Green may soon be to the felt table. The impressive system of cameras and robotic gantries, from the computer vision lab at Queens University, is already at a "better-than-amateur level".