By advanced microscopes and high-speed equipment, Linden Gledhill, an artist and trained biochemist, captured beautiful macro photos of butterfly wings. These delicate and petal-like structures covering butterfly wings make up ever-changing patterns and vivid colors.
3D printer by university students that prints gardens of individual style
Beautiful close-up photographs of chemical elements
Unique sports car equipped with four steering front wheels
Incredibly apocalypic clouds rolls over the coast of Sydney
Spectacular natural phenomenon - Otherworldly blue fire crater at the Kawah Ijen volcano
Slow motion video of vinyl record's needle sliding over the record at 1/400 speed under electron mic...
The world's first space hotel
A gadget on your table that simulates the weather forecast - Tempescope
Heartbreaking photo series reflecting the global environment pollution
Edible 3D printed ecosystem - 3D-printed food with living organisms by Chloé Rutzerveld
Wind and solar powered micro-home that can be taken anywhere on earth
Edible water bubbles alternative to plastic bottles and cups
Proof that mothers and daughters are more alike than they thought
Phone gadget with thermal printing technology prints instant photos like a Polaroid
Kodak's new smartphone that is designed for photographers