Studio Diip made a car for a goldfish. When the fish goes an outing, it is transferred to a separate tank that is mounted on wheels.
Last super bowl Sunday, instead of checking the game, [Mattw] decided to extend a design and make a PCB of a trinket clone. [Mattw] altered a trinket clone design by [Morgan Penfield] to shrink it down, perforated the USB connector to...Show More Summary
Indeed, the world will always need fashion designers. Crayola is providing a creative outlet for the youngsters who are being weaned on Project Runway with My Virtual Fashion Show, a coloring book-app hybrid for the fashion designers of the future. Show More Summary
Holy cow. Now this is how you take care of your body. And this is how you live your life. And this is how you maximize your potential. Meet Sam 'Sonny' Bryant Jr. He's a 70-year-old bodybuilder who doesn't look a day over 40 and has a ridiculously ripped body that puts everyone younger than him to shame. Show More Summary
What you're looking at is a carbon fiber drive shaft and a steel drive shaft being twisted with force until they break. As you can see in this torque test between the two, the carbon fiber shaft doesn't budge (that's not a still image, folks) while the steel shaft cork screws itself and becomes deformed under the same amount of twisting pressure. Gnarly. Read more...
To wear this Yoda dress, we want. Recollections of childhood inspired Rodarte's Fall 2014 line. (Credit: Getty) It's not every day you see Yoda on the catwalk during New York Fashion Week. Thanks to Rodarte's Fall 2014 Ready-to-WearShow More Summary
Adobe's Creative Cloud has opened Photoshop up to more beginners than ever thanks to its $10 per month price tag. Here are ten super useful things to learn how to do if you're using the software for the first time. Read more...
There are skateboards, long boards, and snowboards. This was originally a snowboard, but we’re not quite sure how to classify it now… Introducing the Segbot Snowboard. [Steve Ghertner] has been playing around with accelerometers lately and decided to try making something practical. Show More Summary
Are movies set in reality? Of course not! Because if they were, everything would be so much harder to do. Killing zombies with head shots? No chance. Having a villain wait to kill you? Never. Easily order a drink at the bar? Come on. Watch Suricate hilariously illustrate the difference between movies and real life in this very funny short. Read more...
World War I often gets overshadowed by World War II in the history books, which makes sense because WWII scarred our planet forever, but WWI and its aftermath was a terrible and awful moment in history that helped shaped the rest of the century (and beyond) as well. Show More Summary
Ah, to exist in the fantastical world of Michel Gondry's mind. The French director has gone back to his music video roots to shoot Love Letters—where lo-fi visuals meet jaunty throwback harmonies—for British quartet Metronomy. Read more...
[Studio Diip] a machine vision company based in The Netherlands has created fish on wheels, a robotic car controlled by a goldfish. The idea of giving fish mobility on land is nothing new, but this definitely is a novel implementation. Show More Summary
If you’re looking for the Valentine’s Day movie for 2014, don’t look to the big screen or Blockbuster (kidding!). Look to Google Play, where Disney and Google have teamed up to create Blank, a short stop-motion movie that will melt your heart this year. Show More Summary
Motion sensors are pretty useful — but they’re just so darn ugly! Well — if your a Whovian — maybe this hack is for you. A 3D printed TARDIS Motion Sensor Alarm! [Malcolm] has a home security system that uses a series of motion sensors to detect movement in the house. Show More Summary
If you happen to own a Sony PS Vita, then you might be pleased as punch to hear this bit of news – the brand new PS Vita that was revealed over at Tokyo Game Show will finally be making its way over to the great continent of North America. Show More Summary
Meet 007. Not Bond but the bird. But they might just be as smart as one another because the crow can use tools to figure out complex puzzles just as well as a spy. Here's a crow taking one of the most complex tests for the animal mind ever created. If he succeeds, the BBC says it'll be a world's first. Spoiler: he figures it out. Read more...
HBO aired a special 15 minute preview for Game of Thrones Season 4 last night and it's now up on YouTube to whet your appetite for dragons, swords, thrones, fantastic looking people, armor, dresses, politics, lengthy diatribes and general awesomeness. Show More Summary
Here's something that'll make you feel good on a day you wish was still the weekend: a 16-month old kid watches Superman take his first flight in Man of Steel and adorably (and appropriately) cheers him on. It's just pure happiness. You can see the wonder in his eyes, the excitement in his clap and the mirroring joy when his arms are raised. Show More Summary
Brain-bender alert! For the first time ever, scientists have managed to insert nanomotors into living cells. Once inside, the gold, rocket-shaped motors were propelled with ultrasonic waves and steered with magnets. Because we now live in a scene from Fantastic Voyage. Read more...
“Carry me, please!” …oh how I remember those days. If you’re a mom, I’m sure you remember them too, they followed right behind “up-py, up-py” Can you picture it now? Little arms outstretched, standing on tippy toes… begging to be swept off the ground, and you, thinking of your aching back, weary arms, and trying [...]