A Rude Golberg machine that can make hotdogs and set watermelons on fire. How cool is that?
Would you drive with this HUD on your windscreen?
Many places make whisky (or whiskey), but a great deal of the delicacies come from Scotland and Gizmodo got to have a look round.
Warfare just got a whole lot more terrifying and accurate.
By using drones as light sources, it'll save a lot of time getting the perfect setup.
If you live in the US (which you probably don't), you can try and win one. Otherwise you can just print one of your own if you have the tools.
Even the strongest buildings will decay given enough time, but thanks to 3D scanning these gargoyles are being restored.
That's £0.007, so basically free anyway.
It might seem counter-productive, but San Francisco still uses them in active service.
In the latest battle between the two technology giants, Samsung have declared that not only is its Tab S better, owning an iPad also makes you a terrible parent.
The World Cup is ending, and Brazil needs to do something with the stadiums that would otherwise go unused. Why not housing?
Is it wise to house people in a building that large? Maybe, maybe not.
They've been designed by actual rocket scientists to make ensure you can cook faster.
How many did you know about?
The world's first climate controlled neighbourhood is being built in Dubai. Of course it's in Dubai, where else could it be?
All directors have their quirks, but these ten have trademarks that would make their work void without it.