A start-up called North, formally Thalmic Labs, is introducing a pair of smart glasses that it thinks will appeal to the masses because the design looks so similar to normal glasses. They're called Focals, and they cost around $1,000.
A new virtual-reality roller coaster at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California, lets you fly around and shoot gargoyles using a VR headset. Watch what happens as we experience the new Rage of the Gargoyles ride.
Newly released surveillance video shows a "flash mob of thieves” striking the Fashion Fair Mall in Fresno, California. Culprits made away with a small fortune of Apple products. Seconds was all it took for the four young men in hoodies to make off with $27,000 worth of products, including iPhones. Lt. Mark Hudson of the Fresno Police Department said in a statement that the group took "Various iPhones, the iPhone 6, iPhone 7 and 8, and even the new iPhone X was taken in this grand theft."
One of the things that allows OceanX to explore our oceans is the M/V Alucia, a 183-foot exploration vessel equipped with two manned subs that can take researchers 1,000 meters deep, as well as an onboard helicopter and science labs. While we were onboard DevinSuperTramp interviewed some of the crew who get to take this amazing vessel all over the world.
At the SIGCHI conference last April the first fully-functional and self-contained projection smartwatch was presented: The LumiWatch. Integrating a bright 15-lumen projection module and touch sensor to provide a touchscreen interface right on your arm.
Here is the full Red Bull HOMERUN ski race in 360º! We hope you guys enjoy a little extra video today! Sorry for the shakiness of the image at the beginning, the GoPro Fusion was attached on a skipole. And also the quality was not at its fullest because Jon Olson shot at 60fps in case they needed some slow motion. Let us know in the comments if you guys like this type of extra video...
It's body is cut like a diamond and the price tag of this 2018 Karlmann SUV is $2.2 Million USD!
This next video is a pretty old one from 2014 but it so awesome to witness this medical breakthrough. A man in Ohio has become the first patient ever to move his paralyzed hand using his own thoughts. Doctors at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have teamed up with researchers from Battelle on the rollout of Neurobridge technology, that could someday give patients more control over damaged or paralyzed limbs.