Check out this tiny papercraft model of an ice blue Nintendo DS Lite created by a really dedicated (and really patient) gaming fan. Even though it’s only slightly larger than a paper clip, this mini DS Lite features an a amazing amount of detail.
With a steady hand, some glue, a knife and a couple of other office supplies, artist SonicScape Jun created this tiny little DS. Incredibly, the petite DS even features a working hinged case (held together with a toothpick), and even has a teensy little Nintendogs cartridge you can plug into it.
Wired has published a very nice feature on Kip Thorne and the science behind Chris Nolan's Interstellar. Kip Thorne is one of the world's most celebrated theoretical physicists. He and Nolan worked together to ensure depictions of scientific happenings in the film are as accurate as possible. Read more