At last, a use for that industrial knitting machine you bought at a yard sale! Carnegie Mellon researchers have created a method that generates knitting patterns for arbitrary 3D shapes, opening the p
The Robust Reactive Systems Lab just might have the highest ceilings of any lab on the Carnegie Mellon campus. It’s big and drafty, and were it not for the rows of computer workstations, it might e
Researchers at CMU's Future Interfaces Group reckon they've come up with a quicker, less expensive and less cumbersome way to create a smart home. And one that might have some privacy benefits too. Ju
New mobile games and robot butlers are all well and good, but there are also many applications for the latest technology in poverty-stricken school districts and in the service of the disabled. A Carn
Wearables might be set to get a whole lot more useful in future if research being conducted by Carnegie Mellon University’s Future Interfaces Group is indicative of the direction of travel.
And you thought multitouch gestures were annoying - how about mashing your whole hand on your screen to close an app or rapping on it with your knuckle to summon Siri (or <a HREF="https://beta.techcru
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/picture-25.png" />A cluster of computers on <a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/company/carnegie-mellon-university">Carnegie Mellon's </a>campu
The humans the car did not kill. My alma mater, CMU, won the DARPA city challenge in which they had to build — and successfully deploy — an autonomous vehicle in a simulated city environme