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If you print your own clothes, they'll always have your size.
Ever wondered how you wash your hair in space? Wonder no more with this astronaut's explanatory video!
All it takes is 50 grand in water-cooled PC hardware.
Until now, I’ve never wanted to own a sentry gun, but Instructables user BrittLiv has built one that fires Nerf bullets. Now I’m reconsidering.
This ultra-realistic, 3D printed robotic spider moves around like the real thing.
Assembling your own 3D printer can be quite the challenge, yet an exciting adventure. Here's what the building process looks like.
Chill your summer drinks with frozen robots, Star Wars figures, Legos, and other staples of geek culture.
Well, that sucks. On Tuesday, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) announced the names for recently discovered moons orbiting Pluto, and apparently the "logical choice" of naming one of the moons Vulcan was...too illogical.
Make your own GIF selfies with the new Face to GIF app.
Your new 3D printer is sitting in the box just waiting for your attention. What do you do? How do you start? What do you need to know? Take a deep breath. There, now read on.
The flashing lights of this homemade Tron bar will make you feel like you're in a Daft Punk video.
It might not be the killer app the Kinect needs, but a group of NC State researchers have incorporated the motion sensor into a “system for automated control of terrestrial insect biobots.” That’s right, they are steering bugs electronically.
Heineken doesn't just want give you cold beers, they want to make them cooler than you.
Tetris and tech combine to bring you this snazzy 8-bit DIY tie. Fancy!
Kill time at work by building up 'Star Wars' vehicles with ketchup packets, apparently.