High-Tech Defense For Homeowners In Wildfire-Prone Areas Uses Drones, 3DPeople who live in areas prone to wildfire are coming to understand the importance of hardening their homes. Now, a startup company is using an eye in the sky to identify fire risk and make the task of creating a defensible space a lot easier.
SF Appeals Court Rules Plans For 3D-Printed 'Ghost Guns' Can Be Posted OnlinePlans for 3D-printed, self-assembled “ghost guns” can be posted online without U.S. State Department approval, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
Augmented Reality Expo Showcases 3-D Hologram TechnologyAn international augmented reality showcase was underway in Santa Clara Friday, showing how 3-D computer holograms will soon become a part of our daily lives.
Dr. Mark Schrumpf Explains New Shoulder Saving 3-D Technique
Berkeley Tech Firm Makes Anyone An Action Hero With 3-D PrinterUsing a 3-D full-body scanner and 3-D printer, a Berkeley company wants to turn you into an action hero.
Larry Magid: Amazon Enters Smartphone Market Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos showed off his company's first entry into the smartphone market with features like a 3-D display, tangle-free flat-cord headphones, and it’s own operating system, sort of.
Palo Alto Firm Provides 3-D Facial Recognition Technology For Olympics In SochiA Silicon Valley firm is providing state-of-the-art facial recognition technology currently being used at the international airport in Sochi, Russia to identify athletes, fans, and dignitaries attending the Olympics.
UC Berkeley Vending Machine Gives Public Access To 3-D PrintingThere's a new vending machine on the UC Berkeley campus, but it'll be of no use to students during a midnight snack attack. The Dreambox is a 3-D printing vending machine, the first of its kind.
SF Metreon’s Overnight Harry Potter Debut Thrills Sell-Out CrowdsStarting at midnight, all 16 screens at the San Francisco Metreon were dedicated to “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2". Every showing sold out.
Daily Madden: Fans Who'd Rather Watch At HomePro sports teams everywhere have a problem. With more live sporting events available on TV and cable, with multi-screen HD, slow motion replay and soon high-quality 3-D, will fewer fans buy tickets to go the stadium or ball park?