A team of researchers have done something incredible yet terrifying - using sound waves to hack a smartphone, using a method that could be used to theoretically control any technology with an accelerometer.Read More
Ever wanted to see the invisible, and hear the silent? So has Tim Bouckley and a team of students at the Royal College of Arts in London, who have created two pieces of experimental equipment to vastly improve your senses of sight and sound. These two devices combine Project Eidos, in no way related to this Eidos.
In the beginning, there was bass. University of Washington physicist John Cramer has used sophisticated data from a recent satellite mission to produce an audio recreation of the big bang.
Re: Sound Bottle is rather unlike any audio recording device you've ever seen before. It's a device that captures and plays back noises, operated by the simple act of lifting the cork and opening the bottle.
Elders who complain that "all new music sounds the same" have been proven right. The Artificial Intelligence Research Institute in Barcelona have released findings from their analysis, concluding that modern popular music has gradually become louder and monotonous.
Jeri Ellsworth, electrical engineer at Valve who is working in R&D on the company's foray into hardware, unveiled her latest invention: a Commodore 64 Keytar/Bass Guitar hybrid. Simply put, the most awesome looking invention you have ever laid your eyes upon.