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.
Detailed butterfly wings under microscopes
Edible water bubbles alternative to plastic bottles and cups
Thai triathlete carrying an 18kg 360 degree camera to capture untraveled places for Google Street Vi...
Science experiments you can do with liquid at home
Edible 3D printed ecosystem - 3D-printed food with living organisms by Chloé Rutzerveld
Modern Super Car - The Rezvani Motors Beast
Spectacular natural phenomenon - Otherworldly blue fire crater at the Kawah Ijen volcano
The world's first space hotel
Kodak's new smartphone that is designed for photographers
Magic cube that can jump up and balance on its corner
The wall that can pee back at public urinators
5D glass disc - A new way we store data
Heartbreaking photo series reflecting the global environment pollution
A gadget on your table that simulates the weather forecast - Tempescope
Phone gadget with thermal printing technology prints instant photos like a Polaroid
Electric version of TRON motorcycle
Beautiful close-up photographs of chemical elements
3D printed spherical object
Comfortable and innovative computer workstation for home or office
Organic burial pods will turn cemeteries into memorial parks full of trees instead of tombstones and...
A new smartwatch powered by body heat