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Kids are 3D printing their own "superhero cyborg" prosthetic arms. (Water cannons optional)
Kids are 3D printing their own "superhero cyborg" prosthetic arms. (Water cannons optional)
In a program called "Superhero Cyborgs," six kids with upper-limb disabilities — among the 1,500 born each year in the US — learned to tinker with the latest 3D-modeling and -printing tools during the January workshop. Their mission: To cre...
How Virtual Reality Can Enhance the Life of Older Adults
How Virtual Reality Can Enhance the Life of Older Adults
Smaller, cheaper and more awesome [virtual reality] headsets in development will no doubt flood the market in coming years. Useful applications will integrate virtual digital images and sounds with everyday life, allowing the wearer to interact with th...
11 Artists Capture What It Is Like to Live in a Megacity
11 Artists Capture What It Is Like to Live in a Megacity
Megacities Asia, which runs through July 17 [at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts] features 19 installations by 11 of these artists, including Choi Jeong Hwa, also from South Korea, and the Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei. They live and work in Seoul,...
15-Year-Old's 200 Vintage Apple Computers Are Now a Mac Museum
15-Year-Old's 200 Vintage Apple Computers Are Now a Mac Museum
A planned technology museum in Maine grew out of the curiosity of a 10-year-old. In 2010, Alex Jason traded a minibike and an electric snowblower for an iMac G5 computer, in what turned out to be the start of a giant collection of vintage computer equi...