Based on the Rolls-Royce Phantom, this yacht is equal parts bling and beauty.
Mush-lume is a lampshade that's made from biodegradable agricultural waste, with a nice dose of fungus thrown in to keep it all together.
This rusty, balloon-flying sand barge is one man's idea of how we might survive in the harshest places on the globe.
This glow-in-the-dark bicycle means that you're less likely to be hit by cars as you ride.
This wearable robot-thing can scan your flesh and turn tattoos into original compositions.
Vertical takeoff aircraft are incredibly useful tools, but they haven't advanced much since the V-22 Osprey. DARPA's going to fix that.
With augmented reality and sensor suites, this boat's windshield will soon resemble the Enterprise's view screen.
This silver-clad space can transform to fit your every need.
Yesterday, we looked at the patterns left by aircraft in the skies over Europe. Turns out, the patterns left by taxis in New York are just as interesting, and even more useful.
It's a busy summer day in Europe, as millions of air passengers try to get from where they are to somewhere that's presumably a bit more exciting.