By now, it seems safe to say that Doom can be played on any device a person wants. It’s been adapted for printers, ATM machines, calculators, the Apple Touch Bar and many others.
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It was the underwater match of the year. A swimmer crab and a red octopus squared off in mortal combat while divers circled round for a first-hand look at the coliseum spectacle nature had arranged for them.
Colin Furze, the internet’s favorite inventor who always puts awesome first and safety second, has created what certainly looks like the largest man-made fire tornado ever built.
It can mean that you’re experiencing a brief inconvenience or it can be a sign that you’re in for a major problem—either way, no one wants to see the loading icon.
It’s a simple idea for an art installation: Fill an entire giant room with glowing lamps from floor to ceiling.
Maybe first thing on a Tuesday morning isn’t the best time to melt your brain. But then again, since the week isn’t even half over yet, taking a ride on a psychedelic Hot Wheels track might actually be the perfect distraction to all the work you’d rather not be doing.
Anyone who’s ever been brave enough to snowboard has fantasized about dropping in from the roof of their house and turning the yard into wintery play place.
Do you remember the first time you tried flying a drone? And almost immediately crashed it into a wall?
A pipe organ can cost more than $200,000 and weigh thousands of pounds. Not this instrument. The paper organ built by master craftsman Aliaksei Zholner costs and weights only a fraction of that—and it works just like the real thing.
It takes far more patience than most of us could ever muster to create the mesmerizing domino falls that Hevesh5 painstakingly lays out.
The Academy Awards are almost here and many people will be talking about red carpet fashion, comedic monologues, and who got robbed.
If the internet is remembered for anything, it will be as humanity’s most comprehensive archive of things you probably shouldn’t try at home.
Migrating an ant colony into a new terrarium because of an infestation of mites should not be an enthralling video experience.
Planning a trip is tiring, but planning a trip around the world is exhausting. Aren’t vacations supposed to be relaxing?
A swinging pendulum is notoriously mesmerizing—that’s why hypnotists are always swinging pocket watches in front of someone’s eyes to put them under.
The world seems like it’s only full of ugly and terrible things right now, but find a microscope and you’ll discover there’s still beauty to be found.
If you get queasy even on a docile Ferris Wheel, you’ll want to avoid a ride called the Tagada at all costs next time you’re at a carnival in Myanmar looking for a cheap thrill.
A few months ago we discovered synchronized wind tunnel dancing and hoped the event would become a real Olympic sport.
Math is often considered synonymous with pain, boredom and frustration. It’s not uncommon to hear someone say, “ugh, it’s like doing math.” But math is beautiful in theory, miraculous when applied, and awe-inspiring at every turn.