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Pencil Sharpeners Get Second Act as Birdhouses

The Nest Project creates city-ready homes for birds, with pencil shavings serving as nest materials

Reinvent Normal with Built-in GPS Shoes, or Take a Yo-Yo Bungee for a Spin

Dominic Wilcox's latest book Variations on Normal features his wackiest ideas to date, keeping us wondering: 'what else is possible?'

Put Your Middle and High Schoolers on the Fast Track to Pixar Success

Khan Academy now features a free online resource exploring the academic concepts behind Pixar Animation Studios' creative process

Edible Cinema is a Treat for the Tastebuds, Eyes, and Ears

The next immersive installment in Edible Cinema's series of sensory adventures will feature a unique menu corresponding to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Projection-Mapped Sculptures Blink and Breathe

Do these Studio BK projections bring existing aspects of the sculptures to life, or are they something new completely?

To Ensure Sound Fidelity, A Company Tests Its Products Against Honeybees

Playing back pre-recorded sounds from a bee hive, Bowers & Wilkins's T7 speaker attracted a swarm of honey-makers

200 Courses. 24 Hours. Go!

Bompas and Parr are all set for The 200 Club, a food extravaganza where one course is served every seven minutes and 14 seconds

Nothing Says “Happy Birthday!” Like a Transforming Optimus Prime Cake

Through the power of 3D printing (and plenty of inventiveness), Russell Munro surprises his son with a "robot in disguise"

Machine Generates Cotton Candy at 60 MPH

If there is one storm you'd like to ravage your home, it's the one the Whirlwind produces through a wind vortex

Smartphone Time-Lapse Tripod Made From a Kitchen Timer

Hobie is an inexpensive, battery-free smartphone tool that will stabilize your time-dependent videos

From Vacuuming Robot to Abstract Expressionist Painter

A Japanese artist turned a Roomba into a painting robot that creates abstract splatter paintings, not unlike the works of Jackson Pollock

A Graphic, Musical Book That Could Change the Art of Content Creation

H8 Society incorporates fiction, crowd-sourced music, and original graphics—and it could be the first in a new wave of creative collaboration across mediums

A Cookie for Your Data? exhibition seeks to assign value to data that you give away every day to collectors like Facebook

Rethinking Fridges as a Communal Commodity

Spanish community encourages residents to donate food instead of throwing it out by placing it in the Solidarity Fridge

Art Collectors’ Mindsets Are Moving from the Physical to the Digital

As Neon Mob illustrates, it's the digital age, and that means art galleries and collectors are seeing a reshaping of the art world

Lose Yourself Under the Colorful Watch of a Computer-Generated Dome

Hong Kong-based LAAB Architects created a public sculpture that invites visitors to see their surroundings in a mathematical-yet-playful way

This Museum Offers Special Glasses to Colorblind Visitors

Colorblind visitors at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago can now experience art in a profoundly different way

Temporary Tattoos That Make a Lasting Impression

The temporary tattoo grows up; inbox is a fruit-based tattoo that looks similar to the real thing but without the consequences of one

Reimagining Milk as Waste-Saving Plastic Plates

An exhibit at La Milk Factory in France showcased 10 leading-edge lacteal reinventions

Unlocking Coffee’s Hidden Flavors with Microorganisms

A la carte fermentation processes from Cultured Coffee redesigns the brew well beyond the wonders of kopi luwak

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