Don't-Miss Weird stuff Stories
A Texan studio won't take a portfolio of images for photo frames—you'll get a 3D printed figurine instead.
The Mens Amplio is larger-than-life interactive art piece that translates your thoughts into LED lighting and fiaaaah.
Elon Musk's much-hyped Hyperloop details are out, and it's what you expected: sub-sonic pneumatic tubes.
Make next year's Pi Day celebration go a little more smoothly with a pi pan. Get it? Pi pan? I...OK, I'll stop now.
I can’t believe I just made that pun.
Thanks to facial recognition, vending machines are getting smart enough to understand that a yawn means "give me coffee."
Turning coffee into alcohol into booze! Why didn’t we do this sooner?
Smart jewelry that's much more than ornamental, it's essential.
Building a plane is too much work to do yourself! MakerPlane wants to make building aircraft as easy as downloading plans at home and fabricating the parts at your local hackerspace.
For your next birthday, perhaps you should ask a loved one to make a spherical Jupiter cake, compete with the planet's internal layers.
Deloix's modern interpretation of the original Super Mario Bros. isn't a total overhaul, but it might be enough to make you wish for a remake.
Get ready to not believe your eyeballs. This is a 600,000-pixel-wide view of Tokyo that you can zoom and pan like a high-definition version of Google Street View.
Ivan Sentch, a New Zealand retro car enthusiast, is 3D printing a replica car using a Solidoodle 2 printing that’s been printing non-stop since Christmas.
This Kickstarter campaign hopes to launch the first handheld 3D scanner that costs the same as the desktop 3D printer you will use to print-out captured objects in.
No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you: This is surreal art using objects from Super Mario Bros.