The model can be used in schools to teach kids more about sexual pleasure instead of simply how the genitals work.
We talked to 'Manufactured Landscapes' photographer Edward Burtynsky about Kenya's ivory burn, Fort McMurray wildfires, and the impact of 3D printing.
Peachy Printer was going to create a 3D printer, until one of the founders allegedly used part of the crowdfunded money to build his own house.
Then the Creators Project takes us inside New York's Armory Show art fair to discuss the fetishization of African art and Motherboard goes behind the scenes of Richard Branson's Bitcoin summit.
Following her instincts, artist and designer Leanne Wijnsma digs tunnels in the middle of European cities.
To artist and entrepreneur Lily Su of Yours in Soap, the image of an unborn baby symbolizes the concept of ultimate comfort, which is why some of her Castile creations look like embryos.
A Second Amendment rally at the Texas capitol Tuesday will feature the Ghost Runner, the latest firearms contraption from 3-D-gun manufacturer Cody Wilson.
Yoshitomo Imura, was arrested in May after posting a video of himself assembling his very illegal firearm to YouTube.
So we've started a podcast series, and to kick it off, we had a chat with Cody Wilson, the founder of Defense Distributed and subject of the recent VICE documentary 'Click, Print, Gun.' "Gun control... is a fantasy," Cody tells VICE's Eddy Moretti, who sat
Cody R. Wilson is a 25-year-old University of Texas law student who is working to build semiautomatic weapons using a 3D printer. Cody is an articulate and tech-savvy mouthpiece for the fight against gun control. I flew down to his home base of Austin, Te…
Cody R. Wilson has figured out how to print a semiautomatic rifle from the comfort of his own home. Now he's putting all the information online so that others will join him. Our documentary 'Click. Print. Gun.' investigates this groundbreaking technology
There is a world to come where Google Glasses will exist as a popular game platform. These will turn out to be just popular enough to ensure that Google Glass never gets to be useful and will never be able to give you a good look at the real world.
Though it's been used by industrial designers to create prototypes for decades, the process of rapid prototyping has only recently begun to benefit the masses, and Shapeways has been leading the way since 2007.
Somewhere, in some gilded bunker of the 1 percent, a very old, very rich man is laying plans to print himself a new cock. Perhaps one with cameras in it. And maybe a gun.
Professor Lee Cronin is working on making your drugs downloadable.