The Scanadu Scout, which you can use to measure your vital signs by just holding it to your temple for 10 seconds, is now available for $150 on Indiegogo.
Instead, it uses the power of your own positive thinking to create a placebo effect--which works even if you know it’s happening.
The BRCK will let activists and workers in the farthest reaches of the developing world stay in touch and get their information to the public.
Sometime planes don’t go down in a ball of fire. Sometimes the passengers just walk away. Dietmar Eckell’s Happy End series shows the scenes of the best kind of plane crashes.
Right now, it’s just a fun way to get a conversation piece for your house, but the popular crowdfunding project of the moment is just the beginning of a new branch of science with exciting implications.
The Baker Stove burns hotter and with less smoke, but also uses less fuel. It’s all part of a quest to make an affordable cooking method that stops the twin problems of deadly emissions and long, dangerous searches for firewood. An added bonus: An interesting, carbon-market-based financial model.
The American Gut Project is trying to create a better picture of the human "microbiome." Give it some of your info, and they’ll tell you a lot about all the bugs that make up your digestive system and how they’re affecting your health.
The Atom easily attaches to your back wheel and then uses your pedaling energy to charge a battery that you can use to power your devices.
Ali Spagnola made a career of making soundtracks for people drinking 60 shots of beer, until someone decided to trademark the proverbial "power hour." He didn’t know what he was up against.
Will we live in a world where every home has 3-D printing capability? The small and (relatively) cheap Photon scanner shows that we’re getting closer to that reality.