Power Rangers was introduced in the United States in 1993 – that’s 20 years of awesome morphing action, folks.
Sci-fi movies promised us cars that would levitate. Due to the laws of physics, wheels just make more sense. But, what if hover cars did hover?
A hand drawn maze created 30 years ago was so detailed, even its creator says it's unsolvable.
This is not a girl trapped in Tron, and those lines aren't lasers. They’re colored threads illuminated by UV lights to create three-dimensional installations.
MisoSoupDesign's “Anti-loneliness ramen bowl” fills your tummy with noodles and also provides single diners with companionship.
Artist and architect Peter Jellitsch’s latest work gives us a physical model of what Wi-Fi looks like.
Whether you're young or just young at heart, it's winter time and that means one thing — fun in the cold weather.
For two and a half years, Marcin Ignac kept track of all of his computer activity. Everything. Then, he used the data to create really cool visualizations.
We've seen many miniature cameras designed to capture an photographic record of a person's every day life, but what of the sounds of your life? The tapping of your keyboard, your dog barking, or the leaves rustling in the wind all paint a picture as well. Now a designer has created a "sound bottle" that captures your favorite sounds.
Photographer Thierry Cohen has gone to great lengths to create a series of cityscapes that show what our great cities would look like if the lights went off. The streets and monuments take on strange gothic illumination by the lights of the starry night skies.