Low cost LED can be ‘applied like paint’

28 Aug 2015

Researchers at Florida State University in the US have developed a new highly efficient and low cost light emitting diode that could help spur more widespread adoption of the technology


Bicycle race: Insenth claim world first with augmented reality glasses for cyclists Video

20 Aug 2015

This week’s video is brought to you by Insenth, a Chinese company claiming to have developed the world’s first augmented reality display for cyclists.



The tide is turning

12 Aug 2015 | By Andrew Wade

Autonomous systems could revolutionise the shipping industry by reducing costs and improving efficiency


John Elvesjö and Mårten Skogö, inventors of eye-tracking

10 Aug 2015 | By Stuart Nathan

Eye-tracking can potentially replace the mouse, touchscreen and pad as the way we interact with computers, and may be the closest we get to a technbology that can read our minds




Prime time for engineering

24 Aug 2015 | By Jason Ford

A TV production company is recruiting for a series aimed at reconnecting people to the engineers that are intrinsic to everyday life but are often forgotten.

The BAE VR system uses laser tracking and a wand to allow users to interact with the vessels in a 3D environment.

Immersive worlds - How virtual reality is shaping our future Video

14 Aug 2015 | By Andrew Wade

From designing the Royal Navy’s latest submarines, to training facial surgeons, virtual reality is finally making itself useful. 


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