Vintage spy tech was awesome, and this must be where James Bond movies get its inspiration from. Because you certainly wouldn't expect any of these things to be spy-tech related, right? Check it out below:
Consumer electronics manufacturer Cerevo showed off their ultra-detailed replica of the Dominator - the gun used in the hit anime Psycho Pass. But that's not all they did. They also made it move! It's incredible. Check it out:
Instead of using the iPad or bringing your kid to the mall this weekend, how about trying out some fun and exciting easy-to-do science projects with them? You don't need much, and you'll likely find the ingredients you need at home already. Check it out:
Can you remember how some of your most popular and favorite sites looked like when it first launched? Here's taking a look back at the year they came out, versus now. Basically, they look entirely different! And much better too! What a difference, design makes!
Science has proven a number of things and knowing the reasoning behind some of them can help you make sense out of things. From attraction to what our brains love and more, here are 5 interesting facts that science has proven.
Kochi band 4th Hue just released a beautiful music video for their new single, “Be.Here.Now.” Shot by photographer Ajay Menon, he used two smartphones to fit the band's music with the ambient surroundings.
Like looking at sexy pictures while you do your Google search? Starting today, Google will be bringing that option to you. Your search bar will be accompanied by scantily clad beautiful women. We're not sure how that will improve the search though.
A real-life Boba Fett inspired ballistic body armor has been made! Manufacturer AR500 Armor teamed up with artist Ryan B. Flowers to design a Mandalorian themed body armor called the GalacTac Project. It's based on Boba Fett.
Seriously, this is an accomplishment. And if you're an engineer, you'll understand the joy, because all those hours of you sleeping under your desk and working on something so significant like landing a rocket back on Earth, and then it works, you'd be the weird one standing out if you're not celebrating!