Should we start paying attention to the warnings of some of the smartest minds of our time?
Changing the face of healthcare, one engineer at a time.
Legal blindness has an effect on many people, but one company is trying to change that.
New cybernetic technology has put us in a position that allows us to interact with the digital world without having to open our laptops or unlock our phones. “H+,” also known as transhumanism, is the philosophy of improving humanity through technology.
We landed on a comet 500 million kilometers away...while it was moving.
Enabling the "dis"abled, one hand at a time.
Do you have a crazy idea that you want to see built before your very eyes? Step into the awesome world of 3-D printing at The Construct @ RIT.
It’s amazing to know how far research has come within the many branches of technology. Recently, a team of physicists was able to detect a single hydrogen atom, millions of times smaller than body tissue, using high-powered MRI.
When it comes to standards of innovation, RIT sets the bar. Election night on Tuesday, November 4 was no exception. Computer Science students, in conjunction with the Political Science department and the Innovation Center, developed a computer program that uses an algorithm to extract election data and present it in a comprehensible manner—all in real time.
A Look Back at This Year in Technology.
A look at the newest concepts created and soon to be created by the MAGIC center’s collaborators and partners.
RIT opened the doors to its new Digital Manufacturing & Product Realization Lab on Oct 3, 2014.
MotionSavvy is a software program that aims to break down the wall separating the Deaf and hearing communities.
Thanks to the combined efforts of RIT students and professors, RIT is putting its best foot forward in the technology field.
The Oculus Rift, a virtual reality system that allows for fully immersed video game interaction, is the video game of the future.
The largest independent ad tech company visits RIT.
With over 3,000 haunted houses cropping up in the United States every year, it's no secret that people love to be scared. As people become desensitized to jump-scares and gore, haunted house operators must strive to develop new, more realistic technology that fully engages the visitor in a terrifying experience. Here are a few attractions that blur the lines between fantasy and reality with high-tech special effects and innovative twists on the classic haunted house experience.
Meet SmartNews, a content aggregation and filtering app that wades through the saturated online news media market.
Electronic health care records: one step forward or two steps back?
Learning American Sign Language just got a lot easier. NTID has created a user-friendly app that will let you experience ASL on the go.
iOS 8 seems great on paper, but is plagued by recurring difficulties.
NASA partners with American companies to send astronauts to the International Space Station.
Can Ello capitalize on Facebook's recent woes? Or will it be just another challenger who falls by the wayside?
Hello Essay seems to be a promising upstart for essay help. But how is it different from the hundreds of "Essay Mills" out there?