Viziblezone wants to make pedestrians more visible to autonomous cars

Israel-based Viziblezone wants to make it easier for self-driving cars to spot pedestrians, even if they aren’t yet in the field of view of the car’s sensors. I haven’t heard of all

Study Finds That Varying Your Desk Walking Routine Burns More Calories

I sit on a ball on top of my desk treadmill which I barely use these days because it is too hot in my attic. I am not a smart man. But I have just become smarter. Researchers at the Ohio State Univers

Walking and jumping and generating energy, oh my

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/floor.jpg" />Sometimes I'm assigned stories and I'm like, "Really? If you insist, boss." This is one of those stories. It's a collection

Walking for the detectives

As the BeeGees sang “Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk/I’m a member of the Muslim Brotherhood intent on wiping the two Great Satans from the earth and returning the power of the

Because walking is far too difficult

People who think walking is too much trouble, this one’s for you. It’s a design by one Regimantas Vegele for a device that’s part Segway, part elliptical machine. Officially called Z

These RoBoots were made for walkin': Cornell walk-bot sets record

Asimo ain’t got nothing on this bot. The Cornell “Ranger” robot was designed for walking long distances, and so it has done, achieving a world record of 5.6 miles — 45 laps aro