Behold the power of Zachtronics’ latest coding puzzle game.
Researchers prove that devices can be spoofed by photos taken from social media.
For anyone who’s feeling selfie-conscious.
The tech is a big step toward some pretty wild innovations, like remotely attending a live concert or sporting event in full 3D.
Figuring out raycasting in 1993 must have been hell.
For now, it’s still pretty primitive. But the future could hold some truly fantastic things for this mini 3D projector.
Just add iPad.
It looks cool, but “it’s all about the science.”
All you need is an old jewel case and X-acto knife.
Oculus' latest acquisition tracks your hands in VR.