It’s been a while since we used sand to measure the passing of time. This clock takes us back to our granular, time-telling roots.
If this waterborne school in Nigeria is any guide, floating buildings could be the wave of the future (if the future is the dystopian Waterworld we so fear).
Students have invented a 3D printer that can ‘print’ organic material, which means growing your next garden could be as simple as pushing 'print'.
Steve Dolman lives a lonely life in the Rockies, but he's found a way to escape: by turning his house into the Starship Enterprise.
Anchors aweigh! A startup company is bringing the old-fashioned guideboat out of the 19th century, and into the Information Age.
Watching this slinky walk down a never-ending wooden escalator will be the most mesmerising, least productive thing you’ll do all day.
This museum wants you to consider the art of the air sickness bag – and maybe even start your own collection.
If you’ve ever wanted to sip whisky from the glasses in Blade Runner or sit in the chairs from Star Trek, this website is for you.
Forget SimCity. This video game turns your computer into a realistic farming simulator. You can almost smell the manure.
With this small, self-powered 'capsule house', you could basically live wherever you wanted. (Even on this precarious hill).
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