Scientists now believe that the Ring Nebula isn’t quite as ring-shaped as first thought…
Even astronauts on missions in space can enjoy pizzas with a 3D printer for food.
The light-up engagement ring is one a geek girl would dream of, and you could build it yourself!
Summer's almost here. Hooray! But before you dust off that barbecue, consider using one of those old computer towers for your cookout.
Now you can express your feelings not only through expressions, but through a modded Ikea RGB lamp.
If you thought space rocks used Earth for target practice, perhaps you should be glad you don’t live on Mars.
For those of you that like to show off with a big, flashy belt buckles, take a look at this DIY gaming-themed one—one that you can actually play.
Race against a hamster—and lose–with the help of a treadmill and tachometer.
Even someone who’s watched Star Wars A New Hope hundreds of times needs to see this Minecraft recreation.
As far as the robot acrobatics go, forget the little robot that can pirouette around a horizontal bar. Instead, turn your attentions to RHex, the six-legged robot that can jump reasonably far for a machine of its size.
Hack a Day's Caleb Kraft built an electrified version of Thor's hammer that can shoot 80,000 volts of electricity.What could possibly go wrong?
The world's tiniest robot can take off and fly perfectly, thanks to engineers at Harvard University.
If you’ve spent long hours perfecting your Minecraft world, you’ll want something to show for it—even if it’s only to justify to others why you spend so much time playing the game. Luckily for you, you can make 3D prints of your designs thanks to a free service called Printcraft.
Hurricanes on Earth terrifying enough, but take a look at the huge hurricane engulfing the most northern parts of Saturn.
Well, this is it, guys. Here’s where humans really do start become obsolete. We’re now building robots that can not only play sports, but can learn how to play better using a artificial brain that works like a human's.