Happy birthday, Curiosity! Join us as we recount the biggest achievements of NASA's latest rover from over the past year.
Relive Curiosity's first year on Mars with this two-minute video from NASA. It's almost like being there. Almost.
This augmented reality app in the works will let you see the result of chemical reactions without losing your eyebrows. Whew.
Combine virtual reality, a motion sensor and some exercise equipment for a remake of a classic video game that's sure to make you sweat.
You can have a say in what ships make the cut for this proposed Lego set based on the game FTL.
Fabio di Donato's video mixes orchestra music with images of Saturn, and it makes for quite a combination.
A high-schooler built an RC car out of Lego kits, Arduino boards and other electronic parts—and shows you how you can make your own.
No, you can't have Grumpy Cat, but you can have these meme-inspired plush toys (provided the Kickstarter project meets its goal, anyway).
You will soon be able to get yours hands on a Lego model of the DeLorean time machine from Back to the Future. Sadly, it won't be able to go 88 miles per hour.
Luckily for Mario, you can eat these Piranha Plant Pops; they won't eat you.
Yep, you read that right: One guy made a Lego rendition of the most ridiculous movie of the year.
It’s strange to think that about a century ago, the entire landscape of the big city has undergone a dramatic transformation. That’s where Cube Cities’ growth animations become not only a valuable resource, but also an incredible spectacle.
Although TV prices have dropped significantly over the past several years, 3D TVs are still a bit pricey and are still limited to movies and games that have already been converted into 3D. Gene Dolgoff wants to change that.
Got a minute? Why not watch chalk artist Chris Carlson draw the bridge of the Starship Enterprise with a view of some very dangerous invaders?
Until now, I’ve never wanted to own a sentry gun, but Instructables user BrittLiv has built one that fires Nerf bullets. Now I’m reconsidering.
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