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Micro-Scale Modeling: How to Construct Tiny, Intricate Worlds From Ordinary Materials

<b>Joshua Smith</b>, a miniaturist and former stencil artist based in South Australia, constructs tiny, intricate worlds for a living. His work, which …

Tim Kaine: Some FBI Employees Are 'Actively Working' To Help Trump

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine accused people in the FBI of “actively working” in support of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign on Saturday, becoming the most prominent politician yet to level the charge after a week of extraordinary FBI leaks that appear to be intended to …

Herzog documents the ‘monumentally indifferent’ volcano with ‘Into the Inferno’

Back in 1977, Werner Herzog and his film crew trickled into the island of Guadeloupe to document a nearly abandoned town—and the volcano that loomed …

Russian Hackers Could Fake Evidence of Electoral Fraud, Warn U.S. Officials

Cybersecurity surrounding the U.S. electoral system has been a focus this election cycle, not least since Russian hackers have actually found their …

Behind the sugar industry’s 50-year mission to axe its link to heart disease

Trust no one.<p>That’s the takeaway of a new study published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), which claims the sugar industry in the 1960s launched a campaign in which it paid for nutrition research to downplay evidence linking America’s rising sugar consumption to …

Diabetes

Claymation Rotoscoping Is Now a Thing—And It's Incredible

Experimental filmmaker Baku Hashimoto reveals what 'Gumby' might look like, if the little green man dropped acid.<p>Imagine if you discovered a deleted scene at the end of an old <i>Gumby</i> VHS, and our gummy green hero was eating magic mushrooms in the woods. That's the closest we can come to describing</i> …

Animation

Amazon makes it easier to build audio adventure games for the Echo

If you grew up in the early age of computing, you likely encountered text-based adventure games. That ancient form of gaming got a new lease on life thanks to the Amazon Echo -- you can play some audio-based adventure games (including a Batman one) in which you talk to the Echo to move forward in …

This Human Lego Cosplay From ComicCon Is Captivating And Terrifying

Man’s reach, at times, exceeds his grasp. He is presented with a window through which he can stretch his arm outwards to the unknown, and by doing so, make it known. Sometimes it works and the world is better for it. But all too frequently he fails to consider whether or not that unknown is meant …

Comic-Con

The NES Classic Edition Shows Off What It Can Do In New Trailer

The upcoming and delightfully dinky NES Classic Edition bundle console shows off what it can do in a new trailer.<p>As Erik already pointed out, while the system comes bundled with thirty games it is obviously missing a fair few classic games. One in particular I’d like to see added would be the Irem …

Retrogaming

After Orlando, Senate rejects plan to allow FBI Web searches without court order

The Senate on Wednesday rejected a Republican-led effort to allow the FBI to access a person’s Internet browsing history, email account data and other electronic communications without a court order in terrorism and spy cases.<p>The measure from Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain …

Surveillance

Animated Short Film Perfectly Captures the Strangeness of Dreams

Taiwanese animators create a surreal cityscape that Escher would be proud of.<p>If you can imagine an MC Escher-like Broadway musical sung in Chinese and starring a collection of animated empty suits, you're on the way to understanding this strange new video from Foresters. The group of Taiwan-based …

Animation

A fish inside a jellyfish: One-in-a-million photo | CNN Travel

(CNN) — An Australian ocean photographer has captured a one-in-a-million example of the cruelty of life in the deep -- a fish peering out into the ocean, helpless, from inside a jellyfish.<p>Tim Samuel, a self-described "ocean obsessed... lover of photography and adventures," captured the image off …

CNN

15 Weird and Awesome Werner Herzog Facts

When it comes to badass stories, director Werner Herzog might be even more legendary than Chuck Norris—with one important difference: The tales about …

How to be Cool (According to a Video Game Magazine From 1982)

Learn how to behave yourself in the arcades of the ’80s from this old magazine article.<p>Meet Art Cater, the coolest dude of the arcades of 1982. (All …

The Long-Lost Psychedelic Japanese Cartoon ‘Belladonna Of Sadness’ Has Finally Been Found

Animation has long been the cinematic medium most conducive to psychedelic experimentation; once film was divorced from reality and the people who made it could do anything, many chose to do everything. In the grandly trippy tradition of such fine films as <i>Yellow Submarine</i>, <i>Fritz The Cat</i>, and <i>The</i> …

Anime

Sugar can cause brain damage, claim scientists (but salmon reverses it)

Bad news for people with a sweet tooth - a new study suggests that sugar can damage the brain.<p>Researchers at the University of California in Los Angeles found that fructose - a type of sugar naturally found in fruits and vegetables, but also present in soft drinks and sweets - damages brain cells …

Fructose

Deconstructed Faces Look Like Skin Masks and Beehives | GIF Six-Pack

Trypophobes beware, Adam Pizurny's beehive image is frightening.<p>When artists take too many liberties with the human face, things get creepy, but the work of Adam Pizurny crosses right through the uncanny valley and winds up somewhere between Ick Mountain and the Heebie Jeebies Lagoon. His distorted …

Animation

CIA 'inadvertently' left explosive training material under school bus

Remnants remained undetected for more than a week as the bus ferried public school students in Virginia but agency says material was ‘benign’ and ‘stable’<p>The CIA has admitted to accidentally leaving “explosive training material” under the hood of a Northern Virginia school bus for more than a week …

This $99 Device Transforms Any Smartphone Into a 3D Printer

This is seriously cool.<p>We keep hearing about the awesome applications of 3D printers, such as home-made braces (don’t actually try at home), toys, …

Video: Check Out the Launch Trailer for Slain!

It's pretty metal

Nintendo

Metroidvania Axiom Verge Coming to Xbox One and Wii U

Axiom Verge will launch on the Xbox One and Wii U later this year. The retro-style action platformer features gameplay that's similar to Metroid, such as exploration and equipment-based progression.<p>Developer Tom Happ, who created the game all by himself, announced the news in a press release. Axiom …

11. Resident Evil

Where to start with the sound palette of Resident Evil, eh? This is one of the games that established video games' reputation as the go-to place for …

The Internet Archive Just Added Over 1000 Windows 3.1 Games To Its Library

These Chaotic Illustrations Aren't Trying to Be Charming (But Still Are)

Tom O'Hern exposes himself through his art.<p>Known to travel armed with a pack of homemade stickers to make his mark on defaceable public property, Tasmanian artist Tom O’Hern has a large output of paintings, photos, drawings, animations, outdoor stencil work, and graffiti. He centers all these …

Artists

Nearly 200 images released by US military depict Bush-era detainee abuse

Court ruling forces Pentagon to release photos after 12-year legal battle over abuse at military sites around Iraq and Afghanistan<p>Warning: Some readers may find these images distressing<p>Bruises, reddened marks and bandaged body parts featured in nearly 200 images of US detainee abuse that the …

Torture by another name: CIA used 'water dousing' on at least 12 detainees

Interrogators used a technique that elicits a drowning sensation and lowers body temperature on many more detainees than the agency admits to waterboarding<p>At least a dozen more people were subjected to waterboard-like tactics in CIA custody than the agency has admitted, according to a fresh …

CIA-funded Afghan militia accused of killing civilians

The Khost Protection Force - paid and equipped by the CIA - has allegedly murdered civilians and tortured detainees<p>An Afghan militia paid and equipped by the CIA has been accused of killing civilians and torturing detainees in a secret war against the Taliban and al-Qaeda.<p>The Khost Protection Force …

Afghanistan

How To Argue With The Anti-Vaccine Crazies: A Guide

In honor of Jenny McCarthy's new seat at "The View"<p>Jenny McCarthy—savvy, telegenic, and pulchritudinous—is joining the popular daytime talk show "The View."<p>McCarthy is a strident proponent of not vaccinating kids, as she believes vaccinations made her son autistic. Now, many scientists and science …

This company has a way to stabilize footage from almost any camera

Hyperlapse, but for everything<p>Almost nothing makes a video look worse than shaky footage. I’m not talking about the purposely-added shake you see in <i>Bourne Identity</i> fight scenes — rather, the little bumps and wobbles that DSLRs and phone cameras are so bad at hiding. They're the kind of thing you …

Videography

Everything you need to know about the new iPhone

Apple, as expected, unveiled its latest iPhone models today, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.<p>The biggest change is a new screen technology called “3D touch.”<p>The big idea: You can press a bit harder on the screen to activate hidden features in iOS. For example, pressing harder on the Camera app icon …

Mobile Technology