Israel’s Omek makes its gesture recognition and tracking tech so sophisticated that it follows motion down to the joints of each finger.
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‘A kid literally on the street suddenly gets a rush of self-esteem [and] the shirt benefits the institution that helped her get on her feet.’
It’s Friday morning in Jerusalem’s hip German Colony. The weekend has begun. Everyone’s out shopping, people watching, eating gourmet food, and enjoying the sunshine.
The field of biogerontology has roots in Israel, and recently world experts gathered here to compare their latest exciting findings.
Israeli researcher Elana Zion Golumbic sheds light on how we are able to focus our attention on one speaker in a noisy environment.
Seems odd to find shrimp at the Jerusalem zoo, but these critically endangered shellfish are part of a breeding program to save them from extinction.
The Adama Dance Art Healing Center in Mitzpeh Ramon offers classes and workshops, accommodations, studios and a performance venue.
‘I’ve never gotten so many emails with smiley face emoticons as I get since I started Abe’s Market,’ says co-founder Jon Polin.
Researchers from the Technion and Al Quds University will cooperate to find ways of ridding wastewater of pharmaceutical residues.
A visit from university students involved in transnational Innovation Immersion Program at Illinois U. blended work and play.