Chaotic Moon's mind-controlled skateboard Video
Molly Wood takes a ride on Chaotic Moon Labs' Board of Awesomeness, and it is indeed awesome, until the boss pulls the plug.
Molly Wood visits Neurosky and Chaotic Moon Labs and tries out video games, toys, and a motorized skateboard that she steers with her mind. Seriously, with her mind!
On today's show, we talk to the guys from Chaotic Moon Studios, the ones building Kinect-controlled skateboards and shopping carts and more. They're moving into mind-controlled devices. No, really. Also, the problem with Google's new privacy policies: Web search! The iPad 3 rumor roundup, how to make the most of Google+, and Windows 8 vs. OS X Mountain Lion.
It's an unboxing extravaganza: Molly Wood unwraps the new Google Nexus devices, Microsoft's hottest smartphones, plus Jeff Cannata tortures -- and we mean tortures -- the Microsoft Surface tablet by riding it like a skateboard.
From NextFest in Los Angeles: CNET's Molly Wood takes a look at how Google has teamed up with the X Prize Foundation, offering $30 million to the first private outfit to send a rover to the moon.
Imagine a world of interaction with just the gaze of your eyes. Molly Wood takes a look into the possibilities.
Molly Wood checks the tech on the 2008 Acura RDX, the ultimate ride for the discriminating nerd.
CNET's The 404 Podcast is very proud to welcome Tony Hawk to the studio today! The man who rode skateboarding to mainstream success sits down with us for a chat about his expansive video game franchise, skateboarding being added to the Olympics, and, of course, his newest game, Tony Hawk: RIDE.
Is there such a thing as a safer cigarette? CNET's Molly Wood visits Thermo Essence Technologies in Silicon Valley, tries out their vaporizers, and imagines a future of inhalable food.
Molly Wood visits the University of California at Berkeley racing team, grabs a helmet, and takes a ride in its 100 percent solar-powered race car.