LightUp combines an electronics construction kit with an interactive augmented-reality tutor app.
Want to make breakfast in bed for your significant other and scare the living daylights out of them at the same time? Make them edible Alien eggs.
Inventist's latest brings us about as close as we can get to a hoverboard while still touching the ground.
There's a lot to be said about someone who makes Excel(lent) artwork with a tool usually commonly associated with mind-numbing drudgery.
Evolutionary aeronautics meet new school electronics with the Da Vinci Classic Ornithopter.
We love our cats, don't we? So much so that we'd even make versions of that Atari classic for them.
Even if you don't like Skrillex terribly much, you're probably going to love this particular rendition of "Bangarang."
Want to stuff live light art into your bicycle wheels? If MonkeyLetric get their way, you'll be able to.
The meta 1 kit is billed as the first device allowing visualization and interaction with 3D virtual objects in the real world using your hands.
Morrison Innovations' Klick Stylus Pen puts ink inside a capacitive pen to offer the best of both worlds.
TechHive talks to Master Lego Builder Erik Varszegi about the process behind building the world's largest Lego X-Wing fighter.
Okay, so it might be half of Earth, but this structurally correct replica still looks delicious.
Ever wondered what would happen if someone added a spot of food coloring to cafe latte art? Awesome happens, that's what.
Integral Design's Keyprop tool easily braces your smartphone's screen at a more ideal angle.
It's one thing to build your own DIY Etch A Sketch, it's another thing entirely to make it based on a review of the patent—which is what Steve Hoefer did.