As the name may have already implied, the Mouth Factory is a series of machines that are dependent on the athleticism of your jaws and tongue.
German newspaper Die Zeit knows it's embarrassing to be a whistle-blowing stool pigeon, that's why they gave the Internet Zeit Online.
Do you know where your kids are? This DIY project will help you keep tabs on everyone's locations.
What would a rebuilt Internet look like? This group is trying answer that question.
If you've ever fantasized about playing Diablo 3 the old-school way, Dave Niewinski has something for you.
For once, a parasite is giving back to its host. Sort of. Scientists have succeeded in building a computational model of the Mycoplasma Genitalium
Forget retro photography filters. This new service lets you print photos that (hopefully!) taste as good as they look...provided you're a good photographer, anyway.
No, really. Researchers recently discovered that certain musical resemblances bear more than a passing resemblance to the sounds of an automobile.
Look Ma, all hands! A Japanese research group's virtual building block system takes a novel approach to an expanding technology.
With the Kissenger, you'll be able to send long-distance kisses to whomever you please--just make sure they own a Kissenger too.
While Sega probably won't sanction its official creation, Julius von Brunk's new Legoformers may still be the coolest thing ever.
The Kinect-powered ShoeSense takes us one step closer to a truly hands-free lifestyle.
With the Nifty MiniDrive project on Kickstarter, MacBook owners will be able to forget about cumbersome peripherals.
Fancy a future without corrective eyewear? If so, the guys at Tailored Displays might one day have something for you.
At Microsoft's Imagine Cup this year, Ukrainian Team quadSquad took back the gold after presenting gloves capable of translating sign language into spoken words.