Welcome to Marble Mountain, a three-year building effort that takes hundreds of marbles and sends them on a rollicking adventure through falls, jumps, spirals and castles.
A huge music box-like device plays music using 2,000 marbles; plus, researchers show off a stretchable circuit that might someday evolve into robotic skin.
It took Swedish musician Martin Molin 14 months to build the Wintergatan Marble Machine, and the finished product looks and sounds like something straight out of a futuristic Alice in Wonderland concert.
The mysterious product celebrates 70 years of the family-run German audio company.
Put your spare change into the maddeningly protective embrace of a Great Old One.
A trippy image of the sun created from three sources hints at something that might help us unravel the mysteries of our star -- and dark matter.
One of NASA's farflung eyes in the sky offers a unique perspective on our planet over the course of a year.
Researchers at a Canadian university learn that dead mouths do tell tales in new research that examined teeth from the 1700s and 1800s.
Samsung is developing TVs based on quantum dot LEDs, pinpricks of light that promise even better picture quality than OLED TVs.
You can try the slide perched on the outside of the 70th floor of a skyscraper for a mere $33.