Students from the Royal College of Art have invented a virtual reality tool that allows designers to sketch in three dimensions. Consisting of a tablet and stylus, the 'Gravity' Tablet can link to any augmented reality headset and allows any user to draw in 3D without a screen or computer.
It's his latest project however that we find particularly fascinating, 'Reading My Body'. A sound controller that uses a tattoo as a musical score, it is in essence a musical hybrid. We're not fully convinced as to whether its going to overtake the violin any time soon, but an interesting concept all the same.
The new Lytro Illum camera has a couple of tricks up its rhetorical sleeve which helps it stand out from the competition. The second version of the light field camera, it may look traditional in shape but allows users to refocus after capture - effectively making blurred photos a thing of the past.
Amanda Ghassaei is the woman behind the latest technology project we're featuring. 3D printing is something still coming into its own within the mainstream, but in an effort to explore the limits of 3D printing technology, Ghassaei has created a technique for converting digital audio files into 3D printable records.