Being near the top of the food chain isn't very exciting, so this artist made us some predators.
Ying Gao designed dresses that move and light up when someone looks at them.
Need an excuse to visit Norway? Squidsoup's reality-bending "Submergence" interactive installation is a good one.
Not everyone has access to electricity all the time. And not everyone has access to chemical energy or solar energy or nuclear energy all the time. But everyone on Earth has access to gravitational energy whenever they need it. The problem has always been making gravity useful for something, but this gravity-powered light manages to do exactly that.
No matter how shiny game graphics will get, Alexey Pajitnov's cult classic puzzle game Tetris will always remain a favorite. So what happens when you mix the puzzler's iconic blocks with LEDs? You get this slick configurable lamp that's hot enough to lick.
Here's a unique way to power your Christmas tree. Connect the lights to a tank holding an electric eel.
Don't you hate it when you heat something in the microwave, and it comes out with some sections fried to a crisp, while others remain ice cold. Most people learn where to put things on the turntable in their oven to ensure even cooking, but this guy set up an experiment that actually shows you the distribution of the microwaves using lights.
Incandescent lightbulbs seem to be on the way out, what with their energy-hogging ways going against the eco-friendly movement of current gadgets. But what should we do with all our old bulbs? If I had my druthers, I'd have them...
Love it or fall asleep during it, Tron made sports and racing look super slick by slapping a bunch of neon all over everything. Sony Ericsson decided to have a go at it, decking out a tennis court, the rackets,...
This is, I guess, what you come up with when you've overdosed on moules and frites in Belgium. And you're Belgian. It's called the XXXLamp which, I presume means that it needs a hell of a lot of amps to...