This thing's rendition of the Game of Thrones theme is not to be missed.
Inventor and X-Men enthusiast Colin Furze is back, and this time he's playing with fire.
This guy sold all his possessions and moved back in with his folks, just so he could build a contraption that's likely to kill him.
DIY extraordinaire Colin Furze is back again with magnet shoes that let him defy gravity (sorta).
We admit, these working Wolverine claws are extremely dangerous and good-looking. But nobody is gonna let this guy into any comic con with these blades on.
So far, 3D printing is well understood by many business and medical professionals, but it's generally out of reach for most consumers. Staples and a Kickstarter campaign may finally (finally) bring 3D printing to everyone.
The Mink printer lets you print retail-quality makeup in any color you can imagine in the convenience of your own home.
Creative people will love the LIX 3D printing pen, which is like the 3Doodler, except for pros.
If you've been pining for the old days of Atari and Polaroid, these little LEGO homages were designed with you in mind.
Ten years ago, scientists created graphene in a lab, but you can create it in your kitchen using items you've probably got hanging around.