A designer in Rotterdam got 60,000 bees to help him create a one-of-a-kind sculpture, and you can watch them work.
Form virtual pottery throwing to music making, these Android apps do wonders to get you out of your mental rut and try something new.
"Skin Deep" is an exhibit in which visitors color in outlines of two artists, and a watching webcam captures their choices for a projector that displays a real-time 3D render of the artwork. We hope you've been working on your coloring skills (no pressure).
At Toy Fair 2015, CNET's Bridget Carey tracks down new high-tech toys. Kids can train robot dino pets, race cars with a mind of their own, bring coloring books to life and don headgear to learn how to use the Force.
A damaged sixth-century sword in a museum in Norway has been perfectly reproduced as new through 3D printing.
"Brick Bowl" re-creates some of most popular TV spots for brands such as T-Mobile, Snickers and Toyota, as well as the "Jurassic World" trailer and the Bud Light Pac-Man maze.
"Brick Bowl" will reimagine the best of the big game's halftime commercials as a stop-motion animated film using thousands of Lego bricks in less than 36 hours.
By releasing the controversial film on the Internet before it hits theaters, Sony has turned the comedy into Hollywood's first mainstream testbed for delivering movies straight to your home.
The Kinematics dress created by design studio Nervous System using a 3D printer has been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art.
Playing host to 19 different companies, the Arcade in Melbourne, Australia is dedicated to changing the face of indie game development. Just don't call it an incubator.