A mission to find the perfect cake topper ended up in a business focused on 3D-printing sugar.
If you or your kids want to learn about biology while having fun, make a microscope out of Lego. Carl Merriam did.
This painting robot aims to make both art and technology fun—it also paints in color!
Put your brushes and pencils down! The e-David robot’s monochrome art is akin to the Mona Lisa…sort of.
This impressive hydraulic robot can balance itself and move with the same fluidity as humans.
Ever wondered how you wash your hair in space? Wonder no more with this astronaut's explanatory video!
While this Lego 3D printer isn't exactly a MakerBot, it does let you make sugary candy and stickers for cheap...
Want to see how much your cat works out? Strap on a FitBit tracker for fun results!
Actor and artist Hunter Harrison posted two six-second Vines that feature the first level from the origial Super Mario Bros 8-bit game from 1985.
If you have a good telescope handy, get outside and spot the bright Comet ISON.
Give your dog the power to do its business without your aid with a Raspberry Pi unlocking door.
Many women go crazy when picking their dream wedding dress as they try to find something unique. This Lego wedding dress might be the most unique of them all.
This duck was born with a deformed foot, but 3D printing means he will soon walk again.
MapBox’s Tom MacWright, along with and data artist Eric Fischer, used geotagged tweets to map out the location of tweets as well as which type of phone that person tweeted from.
Kill time at work by building up 'Star Wars' vehicles with ketchup packets, apparently.