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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.
This little girl looks just fine from across the room. Up close? Blech, something's not right there.
An Android tablet brought back from North Korea by a tourist has provided a glimpse at some of the restrictions placed on IT users in the famously secretive country.
The Veebot is a new medical robot that could draw your blood with better accuracy than a human nurse. Pesky humans.
Researchers at the National Taiwan University in Taiwan have developed a tooth-sized sensor that can read everything you do with your teeth.
Make learning about your body parts fun(ny) with these awesome plushie internal body parts.
Relive the 1980s and virtually navigate cities in maps styled after 8-bit videogames.
Going through an awkward breakup? Don’t see them, call them, or text them personally. Use the BreakupText app to end a relationship in just a few smartphone taps.
ThinkGeek's latest offering makes your feet resemble Lego bricks. You can't build with them, though.
Release the Kraken! Science goes slightly awry, to spectacular results when setting two chemicals on fire creates a smoldering tentacles show.
A mission to find the perfect cake topper ended up in a business focused on 3D-printing sugar.