Rethinking The Fashion Runway: Upside Down Is Chic Side Up

The symbolic interpretation of carrying each other's societal burdens may look good in fashion sketches, but  on the catwalk the visual impact of models carrying models is very weird indeed.  Read on for more about designer, Rick Owens, and this dizzy perspective targeted to defy fashion convention.

Invention Of The Week? Hoverboard: The Next Evolution In Personal Electric Mobility

There are a number of companies out there who are trying to win the race in developing the ‘mother of all hoverboards.’ However, a company based in Mountain View, CA, is keeping things more at ground level. Now you can surf the sidewalks and streets on a one-wheeled, gyro-stabilized electric vehicle that will make you feel as if you are actually hovering in the air. Are you set to ride a new experience?

iPhone Case /Stethoscope: Hello, Whose Heart is Beating, Please?

Meet the Steth-IO iPhone case that doubles as a stethoscope. If your mouth just dropped open, keep it there, for the inventor of this clever medical device is just 16 years of age. Read on for more on this brilliant boy and his amazing medical innovation.

World's First Optical Rectenna Turns Light Into Electricity

Researchers at Georgia Tech have recently discovered how to create electricity from light with the very first optical rectenna. Could it be the key to unlocking unlimited natural resources?

New Airless Tires Will Never Go Flat

After years of discussion on the topic and countless attempts at making it a reality somebody's finally perfecting a tire for personal and commercial vehicles that won't go flat. Available in a variety of colors, non-pneumatic tires are the wave of the future.

Hydro Hammock Doubles As A Hot Tub

Hammocks are fun and relaxing, and so are hot tubs. What would you say if you could have both in one?

3-D Printed Gold-Plated Heels: There’s Shoes in Them There Gold

From the Italian verb, mutare, meaning to change or mutate, comes this unusual Mutatio, 3-D printed, gold-plated shoe collection created by New York designer, Francis Bitonti. Read on for more on this spectacular fashion innovation.

Invention Of The Week? Live On Mars In A 3D-Printed Bubble House

While robotic travelers have been studying Mars for over the last 40 years, NASA’s next plan of action is to send humans there to colonize the planet. Enter Sfero, which is a 3D-printed habitat that just might be used by NASA. Question is are you willing to make the 200 day trip to get to the Red Planet knowing you will never return to Earth again?

Female Researchers Discover Breast Cancer Risk Linked to Cattle Virus

Did you know that a recent California study revealed that women who are infected with the Bovine Leukosis Virus (BLV)  might face an increased risk of breast cancer? Read on for more about this breakthrough discovery and its far-reaching implications for women everywhere.

The Anti-Ogling 3-D Printed Top: Camera Foils Creeps Who Dare To Stare

Not the first 3-D printed interactive wearable, this garment stands heads above all others because of its complex ability to identify viewers and move exactly in line with their gaze. Read on to learn more about designer, Behnaz Farahi, and her "Caress of the Gaze" anti-ogling top.

Tempescope Is Cool New Way To See Weather Info In Your Home

An inventor from Japan has developed a unique ambient weather display for your home.

Now all you need to do is just walk into your living room and check out a display in a clear box that reproduces weather conditions in real time.

So, when are you getting your Tempescope? 

Genetically Modified Micropigs Made To Fight Pests Might Make Fine Pets

Genetically modified micropigs? In MY local pet shop? It's more likely than you'd think thanks to a Chinese genomics institute whose GMO mini-porkers were originally designed to help researchers find cures for human diseases.

The First FDA-Approved 3D-Printed Drug: An Easy Pill To Swallow

Read on for more information about Aprecia Pharmaceuticals, the very first company to sell a 3-D printed, FDA-approved prescription pill. Known as Spritam, this drug could bring relief to more than 3 million adults and children in America who suffer from certain types of epileptic seizures.

Taranis Is A Smart And Deadly Drone

The United Kingdom has unveiled a new weapon – the most secretive and powerful in the entire world. Called the Taranis, this drone can reach speeds of more than 700 mph. It’s a done you will never get to see; you will only hear the shrill of its sonic boom high above in the skies. So, just how deadly is this new drone?

New High-Tech Glove Translates Sign Language Into Speech

Like something straight out of a sci-fi flick, a new high-tech glove is being introduced that is about to change everything for individuals dependent on sign language as their main source of communication.