The Hexoand Is A Personal Drone That Follows You Everywhere
The showroom floor of CES 2016 was home to many drones, but the Hexoand stands out among the flock. The Kickstarter-based project that began in the summer of 2014 has finally culminated in a drone that not only follows its human owner through a smartphone app, but also comes with a built-in gimbal designed to mount a GoPro camera, allowing it to grab video from the front, back and sides. The Hexoand costs $1,349 and is available now online.
HTC Vive Pre Virtual Reality Headset at CES 2016
The virtual reality revolution is on-hand, at least if HTC has anything to say about it. The Taiwanese company best known for its smartphones is entering into the VR market in a big way with its first headset for the mass market: the HTC Vive Pre. It's available for pre-order starting February 29, 2016, and we got to try one early at CES 2016, the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Ehang's Drone Copter Aims To Fly You Around -- CES 2016
These days, drones are everywhere you look. But EHang caught everyone's eye with a 'Drone Copter' called the '184,' that was teased on the CES 2016 showroom floor. Currently the company has a working prototype and it is working on working with various governments to eventually get the 184 in the skies near you.You can subscribe to Katie's tech podcast Katie dot Show (http://www.katie.show/) where she shares first looks in technology and interviews some of the most notable minds in the industry.
Build It - Smoke Rings
In this Build It video, projects editor Sophie Bushwick demonstrates how to blow smoke rings without taking up a bad habit. All it takes is a balloon and a plastic bottle.
Intel BMX Bike Halfpipe At CES 2016
Computer chip company Intel built a whole BMX course at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, to show off its Curie microcomputer, a tiny motion-sensing board that can be embedded, attached, or worn to clothing and sporting equipment.
CES 2015: Watch Qualcomm's Tank Drone Fly And Wheel Around
The Snapdragon 810 provides phones with better data speeds, longer battery life, and optimized support of 4K video. They can even provide efficient power to make a flying tank drone possible.Read more: http://www.popsci.com/ces-2015-qualcomm-810-processor
Space Radiation And The Brain
To determine how deep space cosmic rays might affect the brain, researchers exposed mice to space-like radiation. The rodents' neurons exhibited various structural changes, leading to increased confusion and less curiosity.