The ultrasound device that helps make virtual objects 'feel' real
L J Rich looks at some of the new ways we are interacting with computers.
Click's Lara Lewington takes a musical car for a test drive.
Marc Cieslak gets a hands-on look at Microsoft's new console, the Xbox One
- Christmas tablets reviewed Duration: 04:49 07/12/2013 GMT
- Ultrasound device helps make virtual objects 'feel' real Duration: 01:46 30/11/2013 GMT
- Webscape: Create, mix and share videos Duration: 05:11 07/12/2013 GMT
- Cat ears link your brain and computer Duration: 01:15 30/11/2013 GMT
- The car that composes music on the go Duration: 02:25 30/11/2013 GMT
- Webscape: Curate your own fine art Duration: 04:49 30/11/2013 GMT
Is digital piracy possible on any object?The proliferation of 3D printing has opened the door to a world where, potentially at least, anything can be made at home and - in turn - anything can be pirated. Read Alex Hudson's report.
The quest to turn computers into creative artists
Can a PC become a true artist? With the London Symphony Orchestra performing machine written symphonies and computers like eDavid drawing landscape images (right), are machines evolving into a creative force in their own right? Read Alex Hudson's feature.
Can virtual reality be used to tackle racism?
Implicit racism - a bias the holder is unaware of - can be reduced after a short stint in virtual reality, but could this have a longer lasting effect? Read the feature in full.
Wozniak: I wish Apple & Google were partnersSteve Wozniak speaks to Spencer Kelly about a future partnership with Apple and Google, smartwatches - and movies.Read the feature in full.
Saving digital art from an early death at the ZKM museum
When a renaissance masterpiece needs restoring, simple paints and brushes can do the job. It's all down to human skill.
But what do you do when a piece of digital art worth over a million pounds and reliant on obsolete technology and old codes breaks down?
The ZKM Centre for Art and Media in Karlsruhe Germany is trying to provide an answer.