A photo essay about Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal makes you wonder: Who knew that tar, PCBs, and traces of gonorrhea could be so pretty?
These rigged objects are made from household objects and trash.
A Spanish collective is just a few inflatable floors short of making the world’s best bouncy castles.
The modern grocery store is a case of mass manipulation. And it’s a likely culprit for food waste being higher than ever.
Using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk and about a zillion tweets, these maps correlate happiness and location.
Now hanging in the Library of Congress, these unlikely screen-printed works from Nicola Green recall the buzz that attended Barack Obama in 2008.
Jinha Lee, an MIT Media Lab alum, gives Co.Design a first look at an invention that allows you to try on clothes virtually.
Hello, world! Niklas Roy teaches students to build electronics from organic materials.
In 2011, Google Creative Lab brought on Berg to develop a video chat appliance unlike any the world had seen. The project was scrapped, but it still makes for a great story.
Leap Motion wants to make motion control your next mouse. Here’s a look at what the developers of the to-do app Clear have done with the SDK.
Wired directly into their nervous system, this remarkable robotic hand will soon allow one amputee to actually touch and feel things again.