Ashley celebrates the news of liquid water on Mars, ponders the creepiness of a "living" cape that responds to anyone who stares at it, checks out a new high heel design that aims to be better for wearers, and announces the show's new co-host! #TDCape
We're both impressed and wary of this futuristic fashion piece: a cape that can "see" when someone stares at it. When it realizes it's being watched, its creator says the cape "responds accordingly," which sounds pretty ominous to us.
Want your own pope at home? This photorealistic 3D-printed mini pope looks very lifelike, and a bit creepy.
The Loom Launcher toys on Kickstarter include a series of rubber-band guns, but the real gems are the magic wands.
What will our homes on Mars look like? If French 3D printing firm Fabulous has anything to do with it, like something out of a Moebius comic.
Capture more original pictures than you might otherwise with Camera Restricta, an iPhone case that actually stops you from taking shots of traditional tourist traps.
3D printing has allowed the creation of a suite of instruments that explore the relationship between humans and the instruments we use to create music.
In the first surgical operation of its kind, a cancer patient has been fitted with a 3D-printed titanium sternum and ribs.
An Arduino-powered DIY project uses a colour sensor to automatically sort and separate Skittles.
Ashley and Khail check out a whisky cup designed to be used in microgravity, a vomiting robot used to study the spread of a particularly widespread virus and a compass created to help visually impaired people navigate. #TDCocktail