L.A.'s Otoy promises a processing and image capture breakthrough that will allow actors to play their current age indefinitely. But the tech also opens up a range of possibilities for other image-intensive applications. If Otoy’s founders are right, Star Trek’s holodeck isn’t far behind.
David Byrne is just one of many artists who have been called upon to take up residence in "A Room for London," a temporary installation created for creation’s sake.
The viral video vaudevillians of OK Go are back with a different kind of dance video that your interior decorator will approve of.
Cancer treatment center, Breast Unit Prague, has a heat-sensitive poster that reveals a naked woman when hands are applied.
In a new ad, Honda debuts its its anti-theft negotiator TERII--you’d be wise not to cross her.
Hip-hop’s smokiest superstar has released his own line of rolling papers--and a promotional book with his lyrics conveniently printed on the papers/pages.
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda talks about his first experience scoring a film, how his band became the biggest on Facebook (with 40 million "likes"), and what online innovations fans should expect from their next album.