The power to move objects with your mind, or a gesture is something we've seen in the worlds of fantasy - or the Jedi universe of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. But here in reality it's coming one step closer. CNN's Samuel Burke tried out a high tech armband that looks a bit like magic.
It sounds like science fiction, drawing in the air with a pen that instantly makes your creations real. Well, the 3-doodler pen is not fantasy. The gadget's fast-hardening, flexible plastic can be used to create anything from keepsakes to wallets -- even clothes.
Chances are you're watching this while leaning over a device or slumped back in a chair. The position may be causing you pain, even if you don't feel it. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains the effect "text neck" is having on our bodies.
A Colorado man has made history. He is the first person to control two artificial limbs at the same time, just by thinking it. As Kathy Walsh reports, he now has a new sense of independence. And will finally be able to do simple things we often take for granted.
One woman in Davenport, Iowa is working to change the way men and women think about owning a gun. Davenport guns and shooting club is the first female owned and oriented gun store in the city. The owner says she wants to help women feel more comfortable in a field dominated by men. Caroline Reinwald has the story:
Surgery is not generally considered a solution to bullying. In our next story, though, that's exactly what's taken place. But it's not what you might think. The patient is a copper rockfish at the Vancouver Aquarium, undergoing a cutting edge procedure to keep other fish from picking on it. Greg Rasmussen has more.