Like any responsible geeks, we have been watching the streams for new stuff from CES, and we haven’t been disappointed. Here are just a few things that got us excited for great new tech in 2013: Brookstone and Lilliputian to introduce
We held our first MadSci Labs internal class last Thursday: Introduction to physical computing with the Arduino. Fourteen or so creatives, interactive motion developers and web developers spent a few hours learning all about the Arduino platform. Thanks to Michael
One of the coolest features of Euro RSCG New York’s MadSci Lab is its 30 foot projection wall. We started out naively enamored with the potential for a large screen display using commodity short throw projectors and a NVIDIA Surround
The other day we were playing with our Labs new Passive LG 3D TV and our 3D video Camera (Sony HDR-T10) and I wondered “Can we record 3D in 3D?”. So we took a pair of Real3D glasses taken home
To kick off our new MadSci Labs Lunch and Learn sessions, we are going to peer into the new world of Near Field Communications (NFC). NFC allows devices to communicate with “tags” or other NFC devices (like enabled smartphones) when
FWA is now running live streaming content from award winning content creators and agencies. We had our first slot on Monday, and we used it to stream out shots of our precious Makerbot 3D printer. While FWA TV is very
We have been experimenting with creating 3D content for our new 65″ LG Passive 3D TV. It’s easier than you might think.
While 3DTV originally seemed to flop in the market place, things are starting to slowly heat up.
The MadSci Lab is the proud owner of a Bilibot Robot. It’s a relatively inexpensive robot platform that is pretty powerful because of some well chosen consumer hardware like an iRobot Roomba base and a Microsoft Kinect. And the Bilibot
I was disappointed to see that Google is shutting down GoogleLabs, but not surprised.