The thing dancing in this video is not a person. It's a humanoid installation piece, featuring facial recognition technology that allows it to focus on and follow you with its gaze. And yes, it is freaky as all hell.
These days, Marvel has a pretty amazing track record on the big screen. Even if you toss in the films produced by Sony or Fox, most of the movies range from okay to superb. But things could have turned out very, very different.
This is what I call expensive art! While most artists spend money on art supplies, this Ukrainian man actually used money itself. 29-year-old chef Sergei Nikolayev Knurov fashioned a detailed miniature ship out of a variety of Ukrainian coins.
Looking for something to drink during this Sunday's Walking Dead season 4 finale? Why not try Dock Street Brewing Company's Walker beer, which was brewed with genuine smoked goat brains? Other than, you know, the fact that it sounds disgusting?
If we have to get advertising everywhere, is should all be as fun as this bus shelter ad in London, where they used augmented reality to make passengers believe that meteors were striking the city or a tiger was freely roaming through the street.
Check out this sneak preview of The Hero Complex's Stephen King-inspired art show, titled "King for a Day." It's like being in a room with every single bad dream you've ever had. What fun! Read more...
Numbers stations are shortwave radio broadcasts believed to transmit messages to spies in the field using a series of sounds including human voices, Morse code, songs and even the occasional cartoon character.
A collection of replica weapons made by fabricators, crafters, cosplay enthusiasts and a real life blacksmith â€“ check out the most iconic weapons from video games and animated television shows brought to life like never before.
Here’s one species of turtle you don’t want to kiss. Believe me, the Leatherback Sea Turtle might look adorable and harmless, but lurking behind its cute face is a set of killer teeth, making its mouth one of the scariest in the world..
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