In 2005, the English Folk Dance and Song Society gave sound sculptor Henry Dagg six months and $90,000 to create some interactive pieces. Nothing went according to plan.
This weekend, Beijing experienced levels of pollution so high that the government was forced to enact emergency measures.
Drexel University recently installed a specially designed kiosk in its library that allows students to borrow MacBooks for free for five hours.
It took Scott Weaver 35 years to complete this incredibly detailed toothpick replica of San Francisco.
Want to learn the second best use for an assassin's hidden blade? Well, look no further than the apartment, “workshop” of Japanese inventor Shota Mori.
One MIT student who recently experienced an alcohol-induced health scare decided to apply his considerable wits to the problem of getting trashed, using technology.
The humanoid robot baby known as Diego-san is a disturbing mix of machine efficiency and cherubic cuteness, but a new video shows that the effect is surprisingly realistic.
Here's a fun invisibility trick that Magic Of Rahat used to confuse innocent and unsuspecting people working at a fast food restaurant.
Robot spiders can be viewed as incredible displays of insectoid mechanics, or chilling metallic avatars. Either way, here's one that's been made into a dress.
The cockroach has been the scourge of restaurants and big cities throughout history, but a roboticist may have developed a way to mimic their legendary crawling speed.