Ken Perlin, a professor of computer science at NYU, and Ilya Rosenberg, an NYU graduate student, show off their pressure-sensitive touch pads.
An animation shows how the new launch abort system will work.
NASA tests the motors for its launch abort system, which will be part of its next launch vehicle.
The UCSD robot watches itself to learn how to pull new facial expressions.
This video shows how ConforMIS uses a patient's CT and MRI imaging data to create a customized knee implant, as well as a customized instrument that helps guide the surgeon in placing the implant correctly.
Pranav Mistry, a graduate student at MIT, demos his augmented-reality system, SixthSense, in Cambridge, MA.
Kevin Fu, a software engineer and assistant professor of computer science at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, explains how he secures RFID systems from would-be hackers.
A demonstration video from the Sugar Labs Foundation shows the workings of the educational platform once confined mainly to the so-called $100 laptop, but now available for download to revitalize old computers via a USB drive.
A new electric vehicle uses polymer-electrolyte batteries.
SoundSense captures known and new sounds to create a real-time log of a user's activities.