Watching Candy Melt in Reverse to Classical Music Is the Best
Mass-produced sweets get a fiery death to Vivaldi in a fun little short by Erwin Trummer.
The Only Way to See This Show Is on Hacked Routers
We spoke to the curators of 'Beautiful Interfaces: The Privacy Paradox' to understand more about an exhibition that exists only on hacked machines.
This Art Show Exists Wirelessly on an Offline Network
Your personal data WILL be safe viewing 'Beautiful Interfaces: The Privacy Paradox,' which features digital works by Jennifer Lyn Morone, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, LaTurbo Avedon, Annie Rose Malamet and Carla Gannis.
This Guy Invented a System That Lets You Play Music Really Loud Without Pissing Off Your Neighbors
A Spanish sound engineer talks about his new invention, which he says can make music sound better, sharper, and even louder without increasing decibel levels.
Earth's Genetic History Gets Pressed onto a Colorful Coin
The Cook Islands' new coin features a nanochip with pictures and text that summarizes the story of life on Earth.
Scientists Confirm Vampires Were Onto Something
Studies suggest that proteins in young blood can reverse the effects of aging in the body, validating a cultural fascination with vampirism.
Greenland Is Melting! Ice Queen Melissa F. Clarke's New Art Project About Climate Change
Brooklyn artist's generative work integrates scientific data with documentary material from her trip to Greenland.
The Mistakes Issue
It's a snip!
Dr. Mitchel Danielson