Plus the sunrise from space, holograms made from ultrasounds of babies, and more
Plus churches that look like tanks, paintings made from masking tape, and more
Plus glitches as art, a pristine frozen lake, and more
Plus a brand-new species of hermit crab, a keyboard-inspired couch and more
Plus a tower of humanity, a shape-shifting ballet school and more
Plus the world's largest Rubik's cube mural, Peeps astronauts and more
Plus the world's largest inflatable envelope, an extremely toothy fish and more
Plus tiny Star Wars art, a self-healing microchip and more
Including robot elephants, a 42-wheel BMW concept, and more
Collaborative art installation Space Odyssey 2.0 takes a look at what science means to art today. And you know what that means? Space geese.
Retro games make thoughtful gifts. So do new games. So do things that aren't related to games at all. Here's a few ideas to get you started.
Including a futuristic skiing dome design, a fingernail-sized octopus, and more
A new exhibit in Japan will scan visitors, then turn that data into 3-D printed representations. Here's a look at some of those portraits. (via Spoon & Tamago
Fighting hail with chemicals, combatting tornadoes with computers, and other weather-battling techniques from the PopSci archive
Ever since we left prayers to the rain gods behind, we've been looking to science to solve our weather dilemmas. Not just to discover where a storm will hit, but how to stop it from hitting at all.
Plus: A meteor soaring over California, a beautiful aerial view of Greenland's coast, an artist going fully digital, and more amazing photos and illustrations.