It's great when microwave popcorn starts its cacophony of tiny explosions, but the magic is hidden away inside a paper bag. So designer Jolene Carlier re-imagined the hot air popper to create a full-blown spectacle of snack-making. Read more >
When you're spending £36,000 on a timepiece you want something that catches people's eyes, so they know just how affluent you are. How about having a floating hologram of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius protruding from the face of the watch? Read more >
There are only so many smartphones you can watch being torn to shreds before the 'Will it Blend?' novelty wears off. But to celebrate the birth of his 40th grandkid, Tom Dickson tosses a mountain of magnetic Buckyballs into the blades and the results are as spectacular as they are incredibly dangerous to try at home. Seriously, don't try this at home.
If you think Microsoft's new HoloLens has what it takes to challenge the Oculus Rift, here's your chance to look over the hardware—at least a 3D interactive model of it—courtesy of the folks at Sketchfab.
Made by a company called Atom Model Cars and sold at Selfridges, this obscene £30,000 child-sized roadster is a two-thirds scale replica of an Aston Martin. But instead of a V8, it runs on electric motors with a battery that lasts for 48 hours, and tops out at a speed of 15 miles per hour. Read more >
A yellow sticky note is supposed to be reminder of something that needs to get done. What about when you have 30 sticky notes? They all become easily ignorable, but with the Mona Lisa smirking at you, you'll never forget to pick up bread and milk after work.