Intel Headlight Technology May Let Drivers See Through Rain

Rain Headlights

Technology co-developed by Intel and Carnegie Mellon University could potentially change your ability to see while driving in the rain at night. Instead of a traditional headlight bulb projected into the night, the system uses a series of projectors. Sensors sit just below the projectors watching for rain as it enters the beam of light. […]

OmniTouch Promises to Turn Any Surface into a Multi-Touch Screen

OmniTouchonPalm

Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute have taken the wraps off a new project that projects a hover-capable, motion-tracking, multi-touch interface on any surface, even your own hand. It’s called OmniTouch and it’s a step above anything I’ve seen before.