New technology that lets musicians control sounds using motion was centre stage at the National Association of Music Merchants’ (NAMM) annual trade show. Matthew Stock reports.
A recent police equipment fair in Beijing offers a peek into the race to supply Chinese security forces with technology to monitor and punish behavior that runs against the ruling Communist Party. As Reuters’ Pei Li explains, companies are racing to outdo each others’ abilities to track people. Source link
A robotic bird of prey that mimics the flight of a real peregrine falcon has been developed by a spin-off company from the University of Twente to help tackle the problem of bird strikes at airports. Matthew Stock reports. Source link
Research in the United States is setting out to understand how dogs translate what they see into their actions. The aim is not to make a better robotic dog but to take a first step in understanding how an intelligent animal thinks and acts. Miles Addy reports. Source link