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The Incredible (Tree)House That Foster Huntington Calls Home

By Kimberly Solis on July 22, 2015
The Incredible (Tree)House That Foster Huntington Calls Home

After bidding farewell to his job as a designer for Ralph Lauren in 2011, Foster Huntington embarked on a nomadic lifestyle, traveling around the country in a Volkswagen Syncro Camper Van. To make ends meet, he worked as a photographer and blogger and even published a book called Home is Where You Park it, about his unusual lifestyle. But all good things have to come to an end. By 2014, the young man was ready to settle down in a more permanent home.

Video Of The Week - Michael Breach Specializes In Coffee Art

By Meera Dolasia on June 15, 2015
Video Of The Week - Michael Breach Specializes In Coffee Art

Latte foam artwork, which is believed to have originated in Italy has been around since the 1980's. But while many have mastered the art of sketching beautiful flowers and hearts, very few can compete with coffee artist extraordinaire, Michael Breach. The New York-based 'painter' who has been called the Da Vinci of barista coffee art can (literally) whip up any image that is presented to him - All he needs is a toothpick and some foam!

Meet CHIP, An Ultra Tiny, Ridiculously Cheap Fully-Functional Computer

By June Liu on June 3, 2015
Meet CHIP, An Ultra Tiny, Ridiculously Cheap Fully-Functional Computer

Need a computer but can't afford the high cost? Then you are in luck. That's because a team of brilliant engineers from Oakland-based Next Thing recently unveiled one that costs a mere $9 USD! Called CHIP, the tiny machine is equipped with a fully-functional operating system that includes dozens of open-source applications such as pre-installed word processing, photo and audio editing, web access, and email.

Video Of The Week - Watch A (Robotic) Surgeon Stitch Back A Grape Skin

By Meera Dolasia on June 1, 2015
Video Of The Week - Watch A (Robotic) Surgeon Stitch Back A Grape Skin

Human-controlled robot "surgeons" have been assisting doctors in operating rooms since 2000. However, the Single Site "wristed needle driver" that was created by Intuitive Surgical takes robotic precision to a whole new level. That's because its flexible "wrist" allows the instrument tip to move up to 45 degrees in all directions, enabling doctors to operate on organs like the uterus, without making huge incisions that result in unsightly scars.

Video Of The Week - 'Jetmen' Rossy And Reffet Soar Over Dubai Skies In First Ever Twin Human Formation

By Meera Dolasia on May 18, 2015
Video Of The Week - 'Jetmen' Rossy And Reffet Soar Over Dubai Skies In First Ever Twin Human Formation

Over the last 15 years, Yves Rossy has used his amazing jetpack wings to soar over the Grand Canyon, fly alongside an F-17 bomber and even circle Japan's Mt. Fuji. However, his latest flight in Dubai surpasses them all. That's because this time the adventurer joined forces with his protégé, 31-year-old skydiver and base jumper Vince Reffet, to do what no human has accomplished before - fly in formation!

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Inspired Iron Man Glove Shoots Real Laser Beams

By June Liu on May 14, 2015
Avengers: Age Of Ultron Inspired Iron Man Glove Shoots Real Laser Beams

If Stark Industries were a real company, chances are Patrick Priebe would be Tony Stark's go-to man for all new gizmos. In fact, this young man's creations are so impressive that any superhero would be proud to be seen with them.

Video Of The Week - Pandora Celebrates "The Unique Connection" Between Mothers And Children

By Meera Dolasia on May 11, 2015
Video Of The Week - Pandora Celebrates "The Unique Connection" Between Mothers And Children

The fact that kids have a special bond with their mothers is a well-known fact. But how strong is the relationship? In honor of Mother's Day, Pandora Jewelry decided to put it to test. The company blindfolded six young children and asked each to identify his/her mom from a lineup of women using only touch, smell and . . . the special bond!

What Would The World Be Without Teachers?

By Meera Dolasia on May 8, 2015
What Would The World Be Without Teachers?

If you make a list of the world's top ten most challenging jobs, chances are that being a teacher will not make the cut. But think about the daunting task millions of educators face each day as they try to mold a group of often surly, unruly kids into intelligent, well-rounded individuals. That surely has to be the toughest job in the world, especially given that there is no promotion or bonus awaiting them even if they are wildly successful!

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