Highlights from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

Stu Robarts

Melomind is a hew headset and app aimed at helping users to manage stress (Photo: Stu Roba...

The emergence of consumer electroencephalography (EEG) devices is giving us new ways to monitor and train our brains. One such device is the Melomind, which promises to help users better manage stress. To do so, it delivers 15-minute sessions of specially designed music.  Read More

Tricentennial Tower is a new tourist and family attraction proposed for New Orleans Designs have been unveiled for a 320 ft (98 m) observation tower and vertical gondola ride in New Orleans. The Tricentennial Tower concept is part of plans to redevelop the World Trade Center New Orleans building.  Read More

InterAxon launched its Muse EEG brain trainer in Europe this week  (Photo: Stu Robarts/Giz...

InterAxon's brain-sensing headband has been around for a while now, having debuted on Indiegogo in 2012. Since then, it has won a Design and Engineering Award at CES, received a number of updates and, this week, launched in Europe. Gizmag took it for a spin at the Wearable Technology Show.  Read More

British tech company Lyte is releasing a new line of eyewear that can record HD video (Pho...

Fitness and fashion enthusiasts will have a new way to capture their lives later this year. British tech firm Lyte is releasing a new range of video-capturing eyewear. Fashion Glass and Sports Glass versions of the shades will be available.  Read More

Fury 325 is a new roller coaster that will open this month at Carowinds in North Carolina

A theme park in North Carolina will soon be home to one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world. Fury 325, at Carowinds, opens to the public at the end of this month. The ride will top out at 325 ft (99 m) and will hit speeds of 95 mph (153 km/h).  Read More

Revolution Biotechnology has modified a petunia to change color when watered with a dilute...

Nature has done a pretty great job of making flowers all colorful and lovely to look at. Have you ever thought, though, that they might look even better even they changed color? That's what plant biotech firm Revolution Biotechnology (RevBio) thought, so it's modified plants to do exactly that.  Read More

Audi is piloting autonomous robots in its Ingolstadt plant to move cars out of the way unt... As we all know, having lots of cars littering your workplace can be a hazard and a barrier to productivity. Conscious of this, Audi has enlisted some robots to tidy all their spare cars out of the way until they're needed. What's more, the "Ray" robots get on with it without bothering anyone.  Read More

The MoDe:Pro has space at the rear for carrying goods (Photo: Stu Robarts/Gizmag.com)

Ford used Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to unveil two new e-bike concepts that help define its vision for a connected transport future where cars form just one part of a multi-mode travel eco-system. The MoDe:Me and MoDe:Pro are the result of a competition run amongst the company's employees with the aim of finding e-bike designs that make a connected journey more efficient, safer, healthier and less stressful.  Read More

The Nissan Sway is a new compact hatchback concept (Photo: C.C. Weiss/Gizmag)

Nissan has unveiled a new compact hatchback concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The Sway is how Nissan says a future European hatchback might look with the brand's new design language applied. Fingers crossed, then, that it begins to apply its new vernacular liberally.  Read More

AVG has created a prototype pair of glasses that it says can stop facial recognition syste...

We've all become used to facial recognition technology helping us to tag our friends in photos online. There may be times, however, that you don't want to be recognized like this. With that in mind, security firm AVG has unveiled a prototype pair of glasses that combat facial recognition systems.  Read More

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