Dedication, thy name is desktop 3D printing,
It took this 54-year-old mechanic three months to complete his rotoplane.
What do you do with an old washing machine? Disassemble it and make furniture, obviously.
A clever engineering student without the funds to buy a commercial 3D printer decided to create his own made almost entirely of Lego bricks.
Robot gymnasts are officially better than humans. Seriously, the video proves it.
AeroVelo's Atlas human-powered craft wins the $250,000 AHS Sikorsky Prize.
A developer has turned his into a, well, a really fancy talking microwave.
Just make sure to tell your neighbors it's a toy.
These balloons never stood a chance against this horrifically awesome DIY laser gatling gun.
This guy rigged up his GoPro and a ceiling fan to create an awesome 360-degree slow-mo fireworks show that you have to see to believe.