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Gareth May


United Kingdom

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Past articles by Gareth:

Why the future of health and safety is under a virtual reality visor

For years, fear of automation has dominated the conversation surrounding technology and the human work force, with self-interested scaremongers stoking the ... → Read More

What tech do cyclists actually want?

Pumping thighs, expert mechanics, and aero framesets only get you so far. For many cyclists the key to making good time is found in the tech that they adopt... → Read More

The future of the high street is augmented reality shopping

Blade Runner. Minority Report. Back to the Future II. They all have one thing in common. In the high streets of tomorrow the adverts come alive. Sharks are ... → Read More

This new sunburn solution taps into the deep science of UV rays

A fetching hankie on the head only cuts it for so long and as temperatures soar across Europe, ultraviolet detectors are in vogue. Shade is the latest to hi... → Read More

The nutritionist of tomorrow is digital

The waistline has always been the subject of wearable fanfare, with fitness trackers and wellbeing wristbands the golden children of non-invasive health… → Read More

A new wave of VR motion sickness solutions is here

The so-called solutions to the proverbial problem of VR motion sickness reads like a 1970s hippy's hit list: eat ginger, put on an acupuncture wristband,… → Read More

This Guy Gets Paid Thousands of Dollars to Slice Ham

Spanish cortador de jamones Florencio Sanchidrián has cut ham for everyone from the King of Spain to Robert De Niro, and considers himself an ambassador for his country’s Iberian ham. → Read More

Could VR porn boost the sperm stockpile?

Tucked away on a side street in Barcelona, opposite the Villa Amèlia Gardens, is a centre that's home to a teenage boy's dream. A room designed to "increase… → Read More

How to Smoke Your Christmas Turkey

“Barbecuing offers the opportunity to cook low and slow over a longer period of time, reducing moisture loss while increasing flavour and imparting smoky, umami notes.” → Read More

This wearable collar lets you experience what it's like to stutter

Stammering affects as many as 1 in 100 adults, or 70 million people worldwide. And a new conceptual device is designed to increase that figure, at least… → Read More

Can empathy enhancing VR really persuade us to care?

The new battleground for animal rights is undoubtedly VR. This July, Animal Equality released its third iAnimal virtual reality tour of conditions in… → Read More

A new wave of PlayStation VR games are coming – and that's good news for gamers

When the PSVR launched last year it caused quite the stir. Over night, console and casual gamers could get their mitts on an affordable virtual reality… → Read More

Wearable tech is battling sexual assault – but is it really solving the problem?

Intrepid is a stick-on wearable designed to detect and prevent sexual assault. Once attached to a piece of clothing and connected to a phone via Bluetooth, ... → Read More

Wearable tech is battling sexual assault – but is it really solving the problem?

Intrepid is a stick-on wearable designed to detect and prevent sexual assault. Once attached to a piece of clothing and connected to a phone via Bluetooth,… → Read More

Meet the Electrician Who Sells the Best Olive Oil in England

Among the fuses and fluorescent lights, Embassy Electrical Supplies in London stocks the country's finest olive oil—according to New York Magazine. → Read More

The life of a pro-sub, someone who is dominated for money

A sex worker from the fairly unknown end of the industry talks about her position of privilege and people’s misconceptions of masochism → Read More

Fifth Sense: The next stage of VR is total sensory immersion

Last year, the director of the Imagineering Institute in Malaysia, Dr. Adrian Cheok, the brain behind mixed reality wearable Huggy Pajamas, which consoles children with virtual hugs, and Scentee, the smartphone attachment that pings pongs over the data highway, claimed that three senses are pivotal in creating a future sense of presence in the virtual… → Read More

FPV drone racers tell us what they love about the wearable tech sport

What's it like to race at 120mph without moving an inch? Look no further than The Drone Racing League (DRL). It's the world's only professional drone racing circuit where pilots go head to head in a series of FPV (First Person View) flights. Pilots fly radio-controlled drones equipped with cameras while wearing VR-like goggles displaying… → Read More

Why Getting Spanked and Tied Up Makes You Feel High

What happens in your head when you get flogged? Scientific researchers and professional dominatrixes talk about endorphins and all the other neurochemicals that make bondage so delightful. → Read More

The Science Behind Love, Sex, and Scent

From pheromones to that post-coitus funk, we investigate the relationship between sexual attraction and your olfactory organ. → Read More