Some people love drones, and other hate them because of privacy and safety concerns. If you are a drone hater, you are going to love this. The Battelle DroneDefender is a rifle that is designed to take over radio control of drones so you can bring them to the ground.
A couple of years ago, we featured a teenager who invented a flashlight that runs on body heat. The Lumen flashlight is the exact same idea, albeit one that will be mass produced.
Lumen uses a 5mm Cree LED that produces 3000 microcandela of light.
I’d think if Darth Vader was cooking he would simply use The Force to float his fresh-baked cookies out of the oven. He would have no need for an oven mitt. On the other hand, us mere mortals need an oven mitt to take our scorching hot eats from the oven.
A group of scientists have come up with a system that makes hand-drawn animation much less tedious for novices. Their software analyzes your drawing in real time and then shows an overlay of what you might want to draw next, giving you the option to accept or reject its suggestions.
We celebrate Back to the Future Day today, October 21, 2015, which was the date on the dash of the DeLorean time machine when Marty and Doc arrived in the future. I still don’t have my Hoverboard, and thankfully, cars don’t look as ridiculous as they did in the movie.
If you want to decorate your home for Halloween you can always fill the yard with creepy zombies and ghosts, along with some fog. But nothing makes a statement like turning your entire house into a giant monster.
This has been a big week for Star Wars fans, with the trailer for The Force Awakens having been released. You can also buy tickets now to go and see the flick, and if you plan to see it in the weeks after launch, you had better order tickets now.
Pop culture purveryor Mondo dusted off a handful of icons and drawings from the film Jurassic Park and will be releasing them today as limited edition enamel pins. There are four designs: the movie’s logo, Mr.
Popular YouTube gamer Robbaz scratched his Fallout 4 itch by turning an 1940s GE Musaphonic 221 AM radio into a case for his new PC. He also made replicas of Fallout food items to complete his desktop setup.
I have to say, this corkboard made with an old iMac is probably the coolest corkboard I’ve ever seen because it is not what you expect. This is the perfect way to recycle that old iMac and make it useful once again.
Don’t be shell-shocked when you see this Lobster motorcycle customized by leather artist Timothee “Timo” Richard. Tino is clearly the master and not an a-prawn-tice. Sorry. The leather work alone cost $6,000, and that’s not counting the bike itself.
PC gamers have a ton of options, from simple Flash games to wallet-emptying simulators. Swiss company N-Dream AG believes it can carve a new niche for itself by providing an idiotproof way to enjoy multiplayer party games on PCs.