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Our drive to test limits and continually innovate often leads to new ways of experiencing the world. iQ explores how people push technology to the edge of innovation in everything from science and health, to sports and entertainment.

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Fast-Charging Glass Batteries Last Longer
Will Dubai Offer First Passenger Drone for Public Transportation?
Tech Gives Kentucky Derby Faster Run for the Roses
5G Set To Transform the Future of Gaming
Giant Drone Racing May Be Next Big Spectator Sport
Simulating a Different Birth of the Moon
VR and Immersive Tech Help Tell Great Stories
Easy Tech Solutions for Traveling with Pets
VR and Replay Tech Lets Fans Watch March Madness from Virtually Anywhere
Catch More ZZZs with Sleep-Enhancing Tech
How AI and Deep Learning Help Explain Human Fear
The Future of Music is VR and Spatial Audio
OASIS Scientists Catch High-Tech Ride to the Bottom of the Sea
Pikazo Uses Artificial Intelligence to Turn Pics into Masterpieces
3D Printing Healthcare
Drone Innovation Trends to Watch in 2017
Anti-Poaching Technology Protects Animals in Africa
Will Robotics Save the Manufacturing Industry?
My Automaker is a 3D Printer
Smart Underwater Imaging Aims to Save Endangered Marine Species
New NICU Tech Gives Parents a Voice
CES 2017: Tech Pushes Performance
Making Genomic Healthcare Available to Everyone
Industrial Drones Put Digital Eye on Airbus Assembly Line
3D Living Heart Model Enters Fight Against Cardio Diseases
5G: The Communications Key to Autonomous Driving
True VR Immerses Fans in Live Sports
How Computer Vision is Transforming VR into Merged Reality
VR’s Breakthrough Moment: What Will it Take?
VR Tech for 2017
Indie Game Designers Crack Open the Future of VR
Video Livestream Tech Making Events More Immersive
Bike Tech: Gadgets for Cyclists
High-Tech Pet Prosthetics Give a Leg up to Man’s Best Friend
Bike to the Future: New Tech Makes City Cycling Safer
VR Health: Technology That Helps Doctors Treat Patients
Disney Makes History with First U.S. Light Show Powered by 300 Intel Drones
Chatbots Power Superior Service
500 Drones Light Night Sky to Set Record
Cinematic Special Effects Come to Live Theater
The Tech Propelling Stop-Motion Filmmaking into the Digital Age
Agriculture Tech Aims to Optimize Science of Farming
From Maverick to League of Legends Team Leader
How New Baseball Tech Helps Japan’s Pitchers Avoid Career-Ending Injuries
VR Tech Makes NYFW Accessible to the Masses
Robot Sports Fueled by Human Innovation
Drone Photography Opens New View on Vertical Adventure
Using Precision Medicine to Tackle Cancer
How VR Will Change Social Media
Autonomous Cars: The Road Ahead
Vivid Sydney’s Ignatius Jones Helps Public Art Come to Life
Bullseye: Autonomous Satellite Enters Jupiter’s Orbit
The Woman Behind Burning Man Tech
How Music Festivals Move to the Beat of Social Awareness
Sci-Fi Meets Reality: HAL Exoskeleton Gives Patients Hope
Exploring Drone Technology with Rotor Riot
Deep Sea Mining: Is the Future 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea?
Overclocking Community Gets Nostalgic
One Giant Step for Womankind
100 Flying Robots Shine Light on Drone Regulations
Virtual Reality Tools Spark Creative Arts Movement
Airbus Drone Helps New Industrial Revolution Take Flight
Tempest Tech: Shakespeare Doth Digital
Drones Doing the Darndest Things
Innovation Takes Wind Harvesting to New Heights
Could Your Next Uber be a Multicopter?
3 VR Projects Tap Into Human Senses
Inexpensive Prosthetics for the Masses
The Crowd-Powered Robot that Paints like da Vinci
Sundance 2016: Attention Turns to VR Filmmaking Tools
Making 5G The Do-Everything Wireless Network
It’s Official: Drone Racing is a Thing
Artist Uses 3D Facial Projection Technology to Create Digital Skin
Technical Grammy: The Award You’ve Never Heard Of
Cool Tech Projects from the 2016 Grammy Nominees
Seeing Drones Send Innovation Sky High
Pop Singer, Film Students Turn Heads With 360 Music Video
100 Dancing Drones Set World Record
New Era for Smart Drones That Can See
360-Degree Replay Technology Brings Basketball Fans into the Future
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Tech Not so Far, Far Away
Amateur to Expert: Tips for Creating 360-Degree Videos
Football Players Use 360-Degree Video to Improve Skills
360-Degree Video Strikes Emotional Chords
Surreal Love Story Wins Drone Film Festival
Augmented Reality Applications: Helping the Blind to See
Cinematic Storytelling Enhanced with Virtual and Augmented Reality
Silicon Photonics: Laser Data Blasters Inside Your Next Computer?
Macbook Pro Notebooks are Stunning Inside
Drones for Social Good
What Does Virtual Reality Sound Like?
Drones Soar onto the Big Screen
Future of Immersive Gaming Gear for the Blind
Travel 2.0: How Tech Will Improve Your Next Adventure
How Virtual Reality Works
Innovative Technology Powers the Wearables Movement
Aleutia’s PC Innovation: Transforming Lives in Africa
The Future of eSports
Can Video Games Make You Smarter?
UCSD Supercomputing Center Aids in Drug Discovery
Behind the Scenes at a Major eSports Event
Mars Opportunity Time-Lapse is Mind Blowing
The Technical Challenges of Virtual Reality
How to be a Famous DJ
Virtual Reality Puts Sports Fans in the Game
Performance Pushing Technologies from Computex 2015
Could High-Tech Vertical Farming Feed the Future?
Food Network Helps Everyone Cook Using 3D Camera Technology
No Man’s Sky and the Technology that Created 18 Quintillion Planets
Virtual Reality Lets Horror Fans Scare Themselves
Cabin Fever, Oil Spills and HIV Research Take Top Prizes at Ultimate Science Fair
Video Chat Hits Third Dimension
How Do You Use Your 2 in 1 Computer?
All-in-One Computers Reinvent the Home PC
After the Confetti: Updates on 2014’s Ultimate Science Fair Champs
Time-Lapse Photographers Take Stargazing to the Edge of Imagination
Coachella Reveals Rising Role of Technology for 2015 Summer Concerts
Homemade Space Suit will Travel Out of this World
Moore’s Law in 2015: Millennials Marching to Quickening Metronome
Microscopic Adventures of a Chip Circuitry Repairman
Universities Dig into Food Research
5 Steps to Making a 360-Degree, 4K Music Video
Facial Expression Recognition: Comedy Plugs into Technology
Is Humor the Final Barrier for Artificial Intelligence?
Flip On Remote Light Control With Lutron Smart Bridge Pro
The Science Behind Real-Life Invisibility Cloaks
High-Tech Wonders at the Super Pigskin Party
Photographing The Night Sky: Slow-Speed With New Technology Amazes
7 Tech Buzzwords from CES 2015 to Make You Sound Like a Genius
Amazing New Technologies from CES 2015 Worth a Second Look
Drones 2015: All Things Flying at this year’s CES
Nixie Wearable Camera Delivers Biggest Twitter Moment at CES 2015
Intelligent Devices Everywhere At CES 2015
Augmented Reality Applications Make Us Masters of Information Age
Paddington Bear Hits the Big Screen Thanks to New Intel Tech
First V1Sion Lets You Watch Sports from the Players’ Perspective
Alternate Reality Games Hold the Line Between Game and Reality
Emerging Entrepreneurs Face Off at Intel Global Challenge
Congolese Miners in the Trenches of Conflict-Free Mineral Movement
Heads Up, Sharks: New Entrepreneurs Take the Stage
DJ Technology: An Evolutionary History
3D-Printed Prosthetics: A Bionic Hand You Could Now Print at Home
Shenzhen China, Where Your Next Device May Be Designed and Made
Can Golf Technology Help Grow the Game?
5 Smart Gadgets, Gizmos and Robots Coming to Life
Speech Technology of Tomorrow: Building Voice for Speech-Impaired
Wearable Devices in Healthcare: Smartwatch Gives Glimpse of Future
PhoneSat: Nasa Turns Your Smartphone into a Satellite
Surgical Theater: Technology Revolutionizes the Operating Room
What are Conflict Minerals and Why Does Conflict-Free Matter?
Depth Camera Brings Post-Photo Effects Like Multifocus to Tablet
What Will Intel Processors Be Like in 2020?
Conflict-Free Minerals: See What Intel is Doing in the Congo
Marshmallow Laser Feast 3D Scans a Human Into Virtual Reality
IFA 2014: Come See Europe’s Largest Consumer Electronics Fair
“New Haven” Video by FaltyDL is a Slow-Burning Optical Wonder
Oculus Rift Roller Coaster Ride is Guaranteed to Give You Vertigo
Drone Videography Peers into the World of Extreme Sports
Here’s How You Turn Sounds Into 3D Sculptures
How an Artist Built a 3D Futurama
Michael J. Fox Foundation and Intel Combat Parkinson’s Disease
Shark Week: How Sharks Inspire Innovation Such as Intel Shark Bay
Robotic Dogs Guide the Blind: The Future of Fetching
Can 3D Scanning Give Eternal Life to Endangered Cultural Artifacts
5 Global Tech Fests That Offer a Glimpse into the Future
The Coach with the Tablet Edge
3D-Printed Robot: Meet Jimmy, Built on the Intel Edison Platform
Radar Detector Apps: Tech that Takes the Boredom Out of Road Trips
BIOSKIN Building Facade Cools to Make More Sustainable Skyscrapers
Animator Peels Back the Layers of Everyday Objects with Stop Motion
From Iris Biometrics To Ocular VFX: The Making of I Origins
Vantablack: Have They Created Blackest Black Material in the World
Can Machine Translation Create a Universal Language for Business?
This Revolving House Folds In On Itself
Robots and Choreography Abound in Update to Ballet Masterpiece
Two-Sided Touchscreen Turns Glass Walls into HoloDisplays
Modern Laptop: Revolutionized into Versatile 2 in 1 Configuration
Surrealist Photographer Erik Johansson Bends Reality
Researchers Make a Micro Monet the Size of a Protozoa
Sustainable Packaging: Dual-Purpose Designs Create Win-Win
Super-Connected Bicycles Shift into High Gear
The Tech Making Fourth of July Fireworks More Spectacular
Multisensory Installation Explores the Inevitable Rise of the Super-Machine
The Fan Experience is Changing as Tech is Making Game Interactive
Future Furniture: Designed for the Use of Tomorrow’s Technology
All-in-Ones Take Desktop Computing into the Future
Mind-Controlled Robotic Exoskeleton Kicks Off the 2014 World Cup
Building a House from 3D-Printed Salt
World’s Largest GIF-iti Comes Alive in Taiwan
Planetary Panorama Offers 360° View of the Starry Cosmos
3D “Air Drawing” Produces Lunar Long-Exposure Photographs
Pocket Avatars Brings 3D Facial Tracking, Animated Chat to Mobile
How Art Experts Discovered a Hidden Portrait Beneath a Picasso Masterpiece
Tiny Robots Might 3D-Print the Skylines of Tomorrow
Technology at World Cup Helps Eliminate Refs Errors
Twists and Turns of Becoming a Tech Savvy Fashion Stylist
2,800 Screens Create Internet-Enabled LCD Mosaic
Enter An Alternate Sensory Reality With Max Cooper’s 4D Sound Show
13 New Technologies from Computex Worth a Second Look
Autodesk 3D-Prints the Future Skyline of San Francisco
Smart Prosthetics: Designing the Future of Wearable Tech
Röyksopp and Robyn Break Down Futurepop Collaboration Do It Again
The Intel Trinity: Book Explores Revolutionary Electronics Pioneers
Why Innovation Waits for Nobody, Stops for Nothing
3D Projection Mapping Makes Sydney Opera House Come to Life
Where Personal Computing is Morphing Into the Age of Smart Things
The Car Tablet: Is it a Better Long-Term Infotainment Option?
Will Our Technology Ever Be Wire Free?
Open Data, Wearable Tech and Internet of Things Inspire Wave of Do Good Hackers
Augmented Reality Gives Travelers Super-Vision
Programming New Approaches to Making Music
Thanks to NASA, We Now Know what a Global Selfie Looks Like
Fractal Terrain Generator: Simple Method for Stunning Landscapes
New Stop-Motion Video “Unity” is the Work of Phenom Tobias Stretch
Axe Bat from Baden: Baseball Bat Technology Steps Out of the Box
Hand Gestures Turn into Gifs in this Gripping Art Exhibit
Eno • Hyde Augmented Reality App Creates Geometric Cities on Vinyl
On Duty With the 21st-Century Neighborhood Watch Robot
The iQ Zeitgeist: Futurists Forecast the World of Tomorrow, Part II
Phablets in 2015 – Signaling a Butterfly Effect for Mobile Devices?
The iQ Zeitgeist: Futurists Forecast the World of Tomorrow
The iQ Zeitgeist: A Techtrospective
Newest Godzilla Movie Would Have Taken 450 Years To Design On A Single Computer
Q&A with Director Sergio Caballero from the 2014 Sónar Festival
A Tablet That Lays Down the Funk
Sound Architect Bora Yoon Composes Multisensory Concertos
Explore A World Of Micro-Cities And Neon Furniture At “Glimpses” Exhibition
Birdly Augmented Reality Machine Lets You Fly Like A Bird
Quayola Creates Audio-Visual Art to Legendary Piano Compositions
Make a Garden Orchestra With Touch-Sensitive Plant Instruments
Chrome Computing Catches On, Branches Out
EMA Explores the Future’s Void
10 Expert Opinions on the Future of Film
Sand Noise Device Fuses Augmented Reality and Generative Synths
Miguel Chevalier: His Digital Flowers Bloom When You Get Near
Powerful Apps Making Tablets Trusted Travel Companions
Frederik de Wilde: Meet the Artist Behind the Darkest Color Ever
Innovative Collaborations for a Greener Future
Making of ‘Watermark,’ an Immersive Look at Water
Why the Idea of Sustainability Needs a Serious Makeover
Congo Mining – Extracting Conflict: Better Future Series
How Soccer Technology is Charging How We Both View and Play Game
The Illusion of Life: Machine Can Mimic Human Whispers
How Tablets Are Taking Storytelling to New Frontiers
About Time for a Tablet Upgrade?
Hospitality Technology: How Hotels are Getting Hip to Hi-Tech
Augmented Reality Surgery: How a Mobile Device Can Save Your Life
15-Year-Old Boy Builds Smart Microwave That Spares the Salad
Surfer Rides Wave of 360-Degree Video-Making
Tech Ethics: Does Conflict Free Matter?
5 Awesome Uses for Drone Technology
Technology That Lets Self-Driving Cars, Robots See
Flying Frenchies Attempt Death-Defying Tightrope Walk
Living Room Gaming with Tiny PCs
Technology Tackles Space Junk
The Science Behind Laughter and What Tickles Our Funny Bone
Can We Learn Empathy from Virtual Reality?
Space Weather Creates the Newest Cool Jobs
Stereoscopic Photography – How Deep Are Your Images?
3D Printing Cost: How to Bring Production to the Masses
How Tennis Technology is Changing Game for Pro & Amateur Players
Game of Thrones VFX: Behind the Scenes of Rodeo FX’s magic creation
Baby X: Intelligent Toddler Simulation is Getting Smarter Daily
IoT: Networked Intelligence Ensures Technology Is Never One Size Fits All
Best Phone for Selfies: Asus Zenfone Focuses on Image Performance
Could World’s Smallest 3D-Glasses On Praying Mantises Lead To Better Robotics?
Edgar Martins: Inside the European Space Agency’s Headquarters
Tablets Keep Family Close Across Generations, Time Zones


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