Last month, we asked you to submit your designs for advanced automobiles. Unsurprisingly, we received a ton of amazing, innovative, creative ideas. We can’t wait to see you build these in the real world.[Read more…]
Science and art were the two big themes from this year’s Hands On articles. You wanted to explore what science can tell us about the world, and you wanted to use your creativity.[Read more…]
Self-driving cars are well on their way—but what comes after?
Will is be electric vehicles? Personal helicopters? Flying cars? A super-fast train system?
We want to see what you have in mind.[Read more…]
Let’s say time travel is possible. Let’s say you have access to a time machine. And let’s say that time machine can take you back to any era in the past. Where would you go? What would you do? And why?[Read more…]
If you had access to all the data in the world, what would you do to make the world a better place?
That question sounds hypothetical, but it might not stay that way for long.[Read more…]
“Whatever stance they promote,” Frances Spalding wrote in the Guardian, “be it pompous or playful or merely pleasing, self-portraits have much to say. They can show success or indulge in self-mockery; advertise a new aesthetic or celebrate a marriage.”
You might have thought that self-portraits were too simple to say all of that. They’re pictures of yourself. What else can you say?
A lot, it turns out.[Read more…]
You see thousands of colors every day, and most of them were picked for a specific purpose. For example, would you pay as much attention to a McDonald’s sign, or even quickly recognize it as a McDonald’s sign, without the company’s signature bright red and bright yellow?[Read more…]