Meltdown and Spectre – All computers are flawed and the fix will take years

Scientists 3D print an Eagle eye camera that is smaller than a human hair

How an External Hard Drive Can Help Make Your Mac Fast Again

useful things that can be printed on a 3D printer

What is OLED and what can it do for your TV


OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode. Each pixel in an OLED display is made of a material that glows when you jab it with electricity. Kind of like the heating elements in a toaster, but with less heat and better resolution. This effect is called electroluminescence, which is one of those delightful words that is big, but actually makes sense: “electro” for electricity, “lumin” for light and “escence” for, well, basically “essence.”

OLED TV marketing often claims “infinite” contrast ratios, and while that might sound like typical hyperbole, it’s one of the extremely rare instances where such claims are actually true. Since OLED can produce a perfect black, emitting no light whatsoever, its contrast ratio (expressed as the brightest white divided by the darkest black) is technically infinite.

OLED is the only technology capable of absolute blacks and extremely bright whites on a per-pixel basis. LCD definitely can’t do that, and even the vaunted, beloved, dearly departed plasma couldn’t do absolute blacks.

Dynamic projection mapping onto deforming non-rigid surface – Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory

3D print your own graphic directly onto T-shirts

One fantastic keyboard for your computer, phone, and tablet


Google Daydream View VR headset


Beginners Guide for Getting Started with 3D Printing


RoVa4D Full Color Blender 3D Printer


Movidius – visual sensing processing

RPI-CAM-NOIR – Official Raspberry Pi 8MP NoIR infrared Camera Board


Carbon M1 Super Fast 3D Printer

The Best Free Resources for Getting Started With 3D Printing


3D Printing is Revolutionizing Special Effects – Legacy Effects

3D printing shop Moddler

Google Project Tango – 3D Indoor Map by Matterport

Google – Project Tango Smartphone

Kinect Avatar Creation at USC

The Pocket Drone by AirDroids

Stratasys launches Objet500 Connex3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer


Better Reality 3D scan

Box – Projetion mapping on moving objects

inFORM – Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display

Tracking Tiles by thetileapp

Structure sensor (ipad kinect capture)

Octane Renderer


Leapfrog 3D printers

3d printing: Make anything you want

Lawerence Krauss – Quantum Computing Explained

Leap motion – hand controlled interaction

OCULUS Rift and hydra and kinect, in a nongaming application

Oculus Rift

PS4 vs Xbox One – Round 1

Apple new MacPro


Elemental – PlayStation 4 vs. PC Comparison

Introducing the Leap, real minority report

Tech Demo Walkthrough

CryEngine 3 Visual Specs


CES – Samsung’s Smart Window

Canon EOS C300 test

Ultimate Battlefield 3 Simulator

Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera

Ostendo CRVD curved display



goPro home made steady cam arm

Electronic Visualization Laboratory Star Wars Fleet Commander

Inkling by Wacom

KinectFusion research

DSLR Controller, Android + Canon EOS, LiveView

Z Corporation 3D printing with moving parts

Science, Storage IBM develops ‘instantaneous’ memory, 100x faster than flash


It reads and writes 100 times faster than flash, stays reliable for millions of write-cycles (as opposed to just thousands with flash), and is cheap enough to be used in anything from enterprise-level servers all the way down to mobile phones.

Crysis 2 running DirectX 11 on NVidia



FabFi is an open-source, FabLab-grown system using common building materials and off-the-shelf electronics to transmit wireless ethernet signals across distances of up to several miles. With Fabfi, communities can build their own wireless networks to gain high-speed internet connectivity—thus enabling them to access online educational, medical, and other resources.

Panasonic PT-AE3000 Home Theater

Every so often a projector manufacturer takes a mighty swing and hits one way out of the ballpark. Such is the case with this fall’s new Panasonic AE3000. Panasonic’s third generation 1080p home theater projector combines a breathtaking array of features with rich, satisfying image quality, and brings it all to market for an MSRP of $3,499. The AE3000 is one of those new benchmark-setting achievements that will cause the industry to rethink pricing on 1080p projectors. One wonders… how long can some brands continue to ask $10,000 and up for 1080p projectors when you can get stunning, high contrast 1080p picture quality and an unsurpassed boatload of features for street prices close to $3,000?

Grant Wakefield Adapt-O-Dolly for timelapse showreel

GoPro 3D highlight reel

3D GoPro camera setup