Director John Kahrs had a vision for his animated short Paperman. There was just one problem. The technology to make it didn’t exist yet.
Cutting vinyl records using styli made from diamonds and emeralds.
The art world was long overdue for a Portlandia-style skewering--it gets a great one in the show’s third season.
A collaboration between a California startup and a downtown New York fashion phenomenon lets users connect their garments to their iPhones.
Google Glass-style heads-up displays are already on their way to the battlefield.
The graphene supercapacitor is capable of charging up to 1,000 times faster than a normal battery.
More and more, research is piling up to explain what we already knew: People love beautiful things.
Not the most functional calendar, nor the most efficient reference for conversions, but certainly one of the more beautiful examples of either you’re likely to find.
For some of us, docking our laptops is a necessary evil. One team of Kickstarters hopes to make that evil a bit more pretty.
Complaints about needing more shoe storage or having no space for your third bike? Please. In Hong Kong, the price per square foot averages $1,300.
Designing your own mixologist-approved cocktails isn’t hard; just follow this simple methodology.