Jeff Lieberman’s Slow Dance picture frame appears to rely on magic to make objects float in stunning, strange slow motion. But it’s science that gets all the credit here, cleverly manipulating what your eyes see. See more >>
Tokyo-based designer Duncan Shotton takes advantage of soy sauce’s varying opaqueness to create a pair of unique sushi dishes that reveal three-dimensional optical illusions once they’re filled. Read More >>
With the daily abuse that aeroplane seats have to endure, it’s a minor miracle they aren’t torn to shreds after just a week of air travel. So it makes sense to eventually recycle those materials into bags and backpacks.
Though it seems to be falling out of favour over at Apple, there’s a lot to love about the Cupertino company’s magnetic MagSafe MacBook charging ports, the influence of which can clearly be seen in this Kickstarter for a magnetic phone charger. Read more >>
About ten minutes after the very first car alarm went off, the tech went from being a genuine theft deterrent to an annoyance that everyone just ignores. The makers of the Bike Mine have a better idea for cyclists seeking security: old-fashioned explosives. Read more >>