3D printers haven’t quite ushered in a new industrial revolution, but every day it seems there’s another irrational reason why you might consider buying one.
Dustin Sloan and Trenton Charlson might not be household names, but if you spend too much time on the internet, you might recognize some of their creations.
Our brains are hard-wired with an unhealthy fascination with fire, and humanity will probably never get to the point where we treat it with as much respect as it deserves.
A big part of snapping a memorable photo is being at the right place at the right time. So to capture one of the Navy’s Blue Angels F/A-18 Super Hornets taking off, aviation photographer Norman Graf parked himself at the end of a runway.
A real fireworks show requires trained professionals to handle the explosive materials, and a location that’s safe for fiery debris to rain down onto.
Individually, these random, frustrating occurrences of everyday life aren’t enough to ruin your day. But when compiled into a short film that’s aptly titled Life Is Pain, this collection of ‘first world problems’ will undoubtedly leave you feeling frustrated as you’re reminded of life’s endless little annoyances.
Any kitchen innovation that reduces the number of dishes you have to clean is always welcome, and that’s exactly why we love this functional knife made from dried pasta.
What’s most impressive about Daniel Mckee’s videos is the filmmaker’s ability to organize thousands of images and then assemble them into an animated montage that’s both frantic and fascinating.
Humans may remain pathetic creatures of meat and bone, but the era of the almighty humanoid terminator is not yet upon us.
Those giant, curvy, concrete towers that rise above nuclear power plants aren’t only useful for cooling superheated water.
Aside from the opening ceremonies, how many Olympic events did you watch over the past few weeks? Very few, right?
Microsoft’s Kinect, the depth-sensing, motion-tracking technology, might be dead as a product, but the hardware lives on, and is being used for far more than just video games now.
Even if you don’t care for the actual song, the music video for Hardcore Anal Hydrogen’s track Jean-Pierre is a visual feast, taking advantage of several recent breakthroughs in artificial-intelligent image processing that’s quickly gone from creating nightmares, to revolutionizing how modern visual
There’s a lot of mythology around what a martial arts master is capable of, from leaping between buildings to turning invisible.
Earlier this week, a storm spawned by the former Cyclone Gita swept across New Zealand, damaging buildings, knocking out electricity, and creating floods.
It seems not even basketball court jester is a job that’s safe from from the rise of the machines. Students from Georgia Tech built a giant Rube Goldberg contraption that’s capable of reproducing many of the Harlem Globetrotter’s most crowd-pleasing tricks; from spinning a ball on a finger, to simply sinking baskets.
How many arduous slideshows of your friends’ trips to Iceland have you had to sit through? Too many, right?
From afar, the photorealistic portraits that Cayce Zavaglia creates look like they were painted with fine, hatched brushstrokes.
Is “leftover Easter candy” an oxymoron? Does such a thing even exist? If, for some bizarre reason, you get tired of consuming chocolate bunnies this April, don’t throw all that candy away.
There are a lot of reasons to be impressed with David Bayo’s beautiful Astrée portrait created using a painstaking stipple technique.