On the right, Tactical Solutions' Nightstalker II night vision lens attached to a Nikon D700. It's used by some US military photographers to take night action shots like the one on the left. It also makes the camera look like an actual weapon.
You will like this hilarious 2-minute British short called School Portrait by filmmaker Nick Scott. Your friends will like it. Your mum will like it. Your grandma will like it. Your teacher will like it. Watch it.
World War II is still affecting life in Europe: 45,000 people had to be evacuated after two extremely dangerous bombs were found in the Rhine River, 65 years after they were dropped by British and American bombers.
It's arrived for too late for those who've already endured the agony of orthodontics, but a new daily treatment using a vibrating mouthpiece could halve the amount of time dental braces need to be worn.
It might look like a steampunk creation, but Leon's Trithon Reyn TV is an actual product, inspired by the sets of yesteryear including the Philco Barber Pole with its swivelling and tilting CRT screen.
Cassette tapes may have gone the way of the Dodo, but Sony's iconic Walkman has still inspired countless iPhone case designs, including the Audman which goes one step further with working analogue-style playback buttons and volume control.
I have no idea what Fujifilm is trying to sell me in this creepy Japanese ad for their X10 point and shoot. Maybe the camera has a secret mode that can see inside my head and photograph my chilling nightmares?
If the minimalist aesthetic in your kitchen is cramping your ability to brew up a cup of joe whenever you need a caffeine boost, Scanomat's Top Brewer keeps all the grinding and brewing hardware under the counter, out of sight.
I'm a big fan of the Muppets, but I'm equally impressed by the dramatic and creepy performances of the puppets used in this first trailer for The Narrative of Victor Karloch, produced by Heather Henson and The Jim Henson Foundation.
Instead of creating a healthier version for those hoping to indulge guilt-free, McDonalds' new billboard in downtown Chicago uses a set of focused spotlights to create what could be the world's most super-sized order of its famous french fries.
If you're not already swamped this time of year, here's a fun experiment you can do with a compact digital camera, a box made of mirrors, and any holiday themed items you might have lying around.
It's a modern filmmaking technique that's been used in big-budget Hollywood features for years now, but a Harvard comp-sci student has developed software that does digital face replacements without the need for a skilled effects artist, reducing its cost.
The Bay Bridge connecting San Francisco and Oakland in the US my not be as iconic as the Golden Gate, but it's a vital traffic artery nonetheless. So how do you reconstruct the span without delaying its 280,000 daily commuters? Very carefully.
I like things that look like other things. I like speakers. I like skulls. I like wood. And so what's not to like about these MinuSkull wooden speakers that look like skulls?
Those humming orange lights that illuminate your city streets typically rely on High Pressure Sodium bulbs (HPS) — cheaper and longer lasting than other conventional options, sure, but not exactly energy efficient. No worries though, they may soon be obsolete thanks to these LED street lamps powered by the sun and wind.
Have you heard the one about the super simple way of packing a high amount of alcohol into gummi bears? I was extremely skeptical, so like any good scientist* I decided to test it myself. The result? Hooboy...