Rubin describes his work at EmTech 2011.
Oprea describes her work at EmTech 2011.
Phillips describes his work at EmTech 2011.
Narayanan describes his work at EmTech 2011.
Ratan describes his work at EmTech 2011.
A globe studded with cameras captures a panorama if you throw it in the air.
OLogic shows off two entertainment bots, a desktop "pet" and a mobile music machine.
In the hectic world of a hospital, a computer-simulated nurse can be surprisingly comforting.
Our November/December 2011 issue features new technology for eavesdropping on the hive mind, an essay on the evolution of privacy, and much more.
Originally developed as a therapeutic tool to help autistic children with social communication, this robot is now being released as a toy that can dance in time to music or clapping. Sensors make the robot sensitive to types of touch, allowing it to respond differently to, say, pokes and squeezes.