Cutting-edge technology, some of the latest gadgets, and insight into future tech.
This incredible photo of a newly discovered crater on Mars may give more color to the notion that Mars isn't entirely the Red Planet.
Take a look at these bent perspective photos of cities in Russia and Spain by Lestnica and let your mind try to make sense of the trippy morphing that is going on.
Volkswagen is leaning into their disastrous emissions cheating scandal, admitting their fault, and using clever marketing to give a mea culpa, offering an entire new lineup of electric vehicles in the next few years.
German group Circus Roncalli has started using 3D holographs of animals, instead of live animals in their shows.
Not long after Disney bought the enormous Star Wars franchise, they made plans to open dramatic new theme parks dedicated to the well-loved world. Take a look at the new park, no longer far, far away.
Zero Labs plans to create collections of classic cars, fully updated for the 21st century, with modern amenities, and a fully electric drivetrain.
Touring musical acts and theater have been enthralling audiences with lights and sound for decades. The technology has slowly gotten more and more immersive, and we see the results of those advances, thanks to lighting artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray.
Illustrator Charles Schridde made his mark by visualizing the home of the future. Check out this series of amazing retro-futuristic homes.
Presented as a concept at the Milan Furniture Fair, Panasonic collaborated with famed Swiss design company Vitra to design the Vitrine, a shadow-box that is transparent when off, and a television when on.
Architecture giant SOM releases plans for a permanent "Moon Village", in collaboration with MIT and the European Space Agency.
From sand to sound, this beautiful 3D printed sound system is made from sand and produces excellent sound.
Breathing new, thrilling life into a 40-year-old skyscraper, firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz is planning to build an external glass elevator onto the side of the 1,136-feet-high foot tall Aon Center.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is serious about sending people to the moon, and they want to use a rover to explore it further. They've partnered with Toyota to develop a vehicle.