Forget about more traditional painting tools, 39-year-old Spanish artist Rafael Rodrigo uses a torch and a camera to make his work. As a light painting, Rodrigo has between 30 seconds and 3 minutes (depending on the shutter speed he's using)...
This article is dedicated to the man who lost his lovingly created Star Trek pad in his divorce. Hopefully a lovingly hand-crafted, hardwood NCC-1701-C table like this might be ease some of his pain settling into bachelor digs.
A factory tour is always a popular tourist attraction. The team at the Volkswagen Group take it to a new level with the Autostadt — an attraction adjacent to their factory in Wolfsburg, Germany. While there's a lot to see, the major wow factor comes in with a peek at the two 200 foot tall glass silos that store new Volkswagens.
Ryan McNaught built this 19-foot-tall model of Apollo 11's Saturn V rocket out of 120,000 LEGOs. McNaught's creation, which took him 250 hours to complete, will be showcased at Australia's Brickvention next weekend.
Check out the gallery to see what Google+, Facebook and YouTube might have looked like in 1997.
In response to the massive flooding in Thailand, some resourceful folks have built makeshift vehicles and structures. Check out the gallery below for some very clever "flood hacks."
What's the best way to completely geek out your wedding? Well, with Super Mario Bros. invitations, of course. Be sure to take a look at the gallery inside to see how these clever little invites unfold and progress.
Imagine if all of your office work, your exercising, movie-going, game-playing and even studying could be done instead inside a 360-degree wonderland of images and sound. That's exactly the aim here — step on inside the Immersive Cocoon.
Today is Memorial Day, and lots of people are are having to celebrate the holiday in dangerous places far away from home. Luckily, modern technology is doing its level best to keep soldiers as safe as possible, and future technology promises to do an even better job. Here are eight up-and-coming battlefield systems that will, we hope, start keeping our troops even safer in the not too distant future.
Maker Faire took place in San Mateo, CA this weekend. If you're not familiar with Maker Faire, it's a place where people who make cool stuff come to show it off. "Cool stuff" is a fairly broad category, and you'll find all kinds of weird and wild stuff at Maker Faire. Most of it isn't for sale, and some of it has no practical purpose at all, but who cares! Here's a gallery of a bunch of the best stuff that we saw over the weekend.