PopSci slices away at concept cars, warplanes, Xerox machines, backyard observatories and more
How the next generation of sensor-packed devices gather 70,000 data points per second to make cars safer for flesh-and-blood humans
Enjoy a vintage gem of the How It Works genre
How a series of thin near-vertical lines placed in front of a display can create a stereoscopic image
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The Objet Connex churns out complex objects by spraying eight million plastic droplets a second
New integrated circuits use photons to build fast and extremely power-efficient supercomputers
Editor Mark Jannot on the origin of our sixth-annual tear-things-apart-and-look-inside package
Wall-art-worthy cutaways of European, American, and Asian nuclear reactors
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