A little robotic fish is able to inform you if your local waterway is clean or not.
Love Mario Kart? Luckily for you Waterloo Labs figured out a way to make the gameplay experience real.
Some of the best projects for Raspberry Pi aren’t just hacks: they’re pinball machines for big kids.
Playing retro games on your coffee table means you’ll never really get anything productive done again.
Why have normal coffee tables if you can have this ridiculously detailed Star Wars one?
Who needs a typical computer case when you can just cram it all into a suitcase instead? (Don't answer that.)
What if you could borrow a laptop to use for just one class? A new vending machine at Drexel University could let you do just that.
Make your own fancy multi-colored lamp with a strip of LEDs and a microcontroller.
Make yourself a kick-ass time-lapse rig using a Raspberry Pi controller and items from eBay.
Why bake normal cakes when you could have a Portal one instead?
Be the envy of your motorhead friends and put your iPad Mini in your car’s dashboard.
It should go without saying, but boy do we love robots. No matter how big or miniscule the robot, chances are it appeared on this blog. With that in mind, it seems only natural to pay homage to some of the best robots over the last year.
A project aims to make robots not only similar to human on the outside, but on the inside too.
Make your Doctor Who TARDIS cooler than the average fan merchandise with a custom app and augmented reality.
Want to see an abandoned dog learn a new trick that’s better than anything your dog can do? Or maybe you want to crack out some cool Christmas tricks on your iPad? You're in luck: We have both in today’s edition of GeekBytes.