Mike Szczys, hackaday.com
The inlaid image is a controller board which [Limpkin] developed to add whistle control as a home automation option. It has an effective range of around fifteen feet and does a good job of detecting whistles from many different people. Here is one…
Johnny Coulthard, youtube.com
This is the Forms In Nature light sculpture. When lit, it makes it look like shadowy vines are climbing the walls of your room. When unlit, everything is dark and the chances of stubbing a toe increases exponentially.Forms in Nature is a artwork w…
This is a series of comic book covers designed by Brazilian artist Butcher Billy reimagining post-punk/new wave musical artists as superheroes. The Billy Idol one is my favorite and not just because I have a thing for Aquaman, or that riding a gia…
Meeting your con friends out of costume
i always wanted to be like harley quinn except not hopelessly infatuated with some loser clown
Coming Soon of the Day: Neil Degrasse Tyson Will Host the Sequel of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos
Though it’s been quietly in the works since 2011, Fox has officially confirmed that Carl Sagan’s monumental 1970 sci-ed miniseries Cosmos: A Personal Voyage will be getting an updated sequel next year, which will consist of 13 episodes produced by Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane and hosted by one of the Internet’s most celebrated astrophysicists, Neil Degrasse Tyson. Fox is hoping the show will have as much as of cultural impact as Carl Sagan’s original series, which still remains one of the most watched PBS series in the world to this day.
(Image by Richard Davies)
Japan leads the world in cat-sushi technologies.