Inventor and X-Men enthusiast Colin Furze is back, and this time he's playing with fire.
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.
A promotional spot for an upcoming film shows us what the future will look like once humanoid robots become a part of maintaining human health and security.
It happens so often in movies and TV you probably don't notice it anymore: The hero needs information, so he stands over the shoulder of the resident geek, who pulls it up on a computer screen. Or someone goes through a security checkpoint. Or a very urgent file transfer takes way longer than it should. Or a young hacker humiliates a government mainframe. And in each of those examples, we'll get a gander at a computer screen.
A site called Game Artist just announced the winners from their "Scene from a Movie" real-time environment competition. Participants used the Crysis and Unreal engines to recreate a moment from a movie. The results are nothing short of impressive. The...
Wolverine has some fun tricks up his sleeve — and under his flesh, actually. He heals quick, his bones are made of virtually indestructible adamantium, and everybody's envious of his retractable claws. So how about the rest of us mere...